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Best of Yanko Design 2011

…6932 19) Engrain Tactile Keyboard by Michael Roopenian | Permalink Hits: 178895 18) Chalkeeper by Yonggu Do and Eunha Seo | Permalink Hits: 208347 17) Hyper Touch Guitar by Max Battaglia | Permalink Hits: 213075 16) Network Tube by Son Kijo, Joon Hyoung Seo, Uhm Hyung Woo, Choi JinYoung & Kim Junpyo | Permalink Hits: 237465 15) Writable by Tianyu Xiao | Permalink Hits: 239402 14) Digimo Camera Concept by Sangik Lee | Permalink Hits: 241186 13…

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The Part – Tablet and Smartphone Concept by Eunha Seo, Junse Kim & Yonggu Do

Why Two?

Do we really need the tablet and the smartphone to be two different entities? If you ask these trio designers their answer is no! The Part is the coexistence of a smartphone and a tablet as one whole device. You can remove the phone for individual use, however together they tango even better! Designers: Eunha Seo, Junse Kim & Yonggu Do…

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Cuum – Trash Bin with Vacuum at the Base by Junse Kim, Yonggu Do & Eunha Seo

Trash Eater!

The Cuum is when a vacuum cleaner and the dustbin made love. It’s a good combination of the two, where the top functions like a regular trash bin, and the base like a vacuum. So just sweep the dirt towards the bin and watch it devour it all up! No more bending, no more pails; love it! The Cuum is a 2011 IDEA Awards Entry. Designers: Jun-se Kim, Yonggu Do & Eunha Seo…

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Ecopad – Tablet PC Concept by Jun-se Kim, Yonggu Do & Eunha Seo

The Power of Touch

Touch technology is more or less the best way to use a device, simply because it’s the most natural and intuitive human behavior. Banking on this theory, the designers of Ecopad have come up with a concept Tablet PC that uses no external power source to charge it. Right below the display is the nano piezoelectricity film that harnesses every touch or press on the screen, as an energy source. Designers: Jun-se Kim, Yonggu Do & Eunha Seo…

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Hot Liner Solar Cooker Stove by Yonggu Do & Eunha Seo

By the Heat of the Desert

…stovetop. It’s intended for the deserts of Africa where sunlight is aplenty. A couple of belts together can increase the intensity of heat for cooking and accommodate huge pots and pans. A nice concept that I think can be developed and refined further, in any case it was showcased (and won the Golden Haechi) at the 2010 Seoul International Design Competition co-hosted by our good friends at Designboom. Designers: Yonggu Do & Eunha Seo…

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