Designers Yong-kai Tan and Priscilla Lui from NUS Design Incubation Centre have come up with a GPS tracking device called Dandella. It can be used to locate friends in a crowded place, find a pre specified location or help parents to keep track of their kids. You just have to program your Dandella and it will bend and point in the direction of the synchronized Dandella. It has a floral make and geometrically designed vase-like dock for charging and map programming via a USB hub. It also features electromagnetic inductive base technology for GPS enabled mobile phone users.
This technological marvel is set to make waves in the GPS tracking industry for its easy user interface and portability. Although on the lighter side you wouldn’t want to track someone in the middle of the night looking like a ghostly apparition.