Every time I strap an MP3 player around my arm I get agitated by how tight and clunky it feels — whether it's a nano, mini or regular sized iPod. The Lobster multimedia player concept designed by Danilo Mangini serves to break up that bulky player syndrome in many different ways. It's made up of an LCD screen that acts as a base for a multitude of media modules. When you snap those small modules on, you extend the Lobster’s features and create a bendable arm band that's multi-functional and malleable. I love the idea of being able to make a player smaller by taking away video or storage capacity when I work out and still be able to add other functions back on later when I need them. It's just a concept, but here's hoping this one makes it onto the market!