Most Buzzed Designs of October 2016

Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in October 2016.


The good guys at ASAP Technologies devised the X-Connect, a magnetic charging cable for your smartphone. Yes, ANY smartphone!


To commemorate Sherlock Holme’s 150th anniversary, designer Jong Hyuk Bae developed this next-gen pipe that’s perfect for today!


Moto Z is creating a buzz in the tech world by making a very bold move and being a truly modular phone with third-party snap-on accessories.


The DSLRUOK explores an impressive array of form and function updates that the DSLR market has been resistant to for some time.


Now that cycling is officially the greenest and most hipster mode of transport, we should tech it up a bit. DCA Optic is a helmet for bikers that gives you an augmented reality cycling experience.


The STC Memento is a simple, unsuspecting looking disc with rings and holes on it… at first glance. However, these designs aren’t arbitrary. They’re a portrait of the solar system, and its exact formation on the day of your choice.


Chevrolet Camaro Lemans 2030 definitely has my attention. Deviating from Camaro’s muscle car aesthetic, this one is actually built as a hybrid, to be a part of the LeMans 24 hour race.


The Cat Mod is a system of modular feline furniture that users can customize for their kitties! Version 2.0 of the wall-mounted fabric complexes saves valuable floor space while giving cats an area of their own.


From attempting to conquer the red planet, to building red and white drones, Elon Musk does it all! The Tesla drone concept really does a revamp on drone design, with an upper and lower propeller layout, carrying the payload in the middle.


The Motorrad Vision 100 makes the bike truly autonomous and insanely smart. Which leads to the death of the helmet. If your bike won’t crash, you won’t need protective headgear, right? However, there’s some face-gear in question. The helmet gets replaced by AR glasses that act as the interface display for when you drive.