Go Sense Crazy!

Go Sense Crazy!

Clime Inc’s smart sensors maximize home connectivity while minimizing complexity! The tiny devices, called Climes, monitor everything from temperature and humidity to light and motion, making them a highly versatile and affordable home automation system. Setting up is simple- just drop, stick, mount, or hide a sensor in any area you want to monitor and it will communicate readings to the Clime app via Bluetooth. Use it to keep your lighting just right, the thermostat adjusted, or even use one to alert you when your washing machine has finished a cycle.

0 Designer: Clime Inc.

Get Your Act Together

Get Your Act Together

These three minimal yet multifunctional organization products from Modko aim to make our daily routines easier as they relate to our digital devices. One, the Jack Headphone Stand, allows one to hang headphones, conceal cords and dock phones. The next, called Stash Catchall, is a sculptural bowl designed to organize change, keys, wallet and anything else that goes in or out of your pocket. Last, the Tuck Device Rack is tailored to accommodate laptops and tablets, keeping them out of harms way while they charge.

0 Designer: Modko

Tablet Accessory with a Twist

Tablet Accessory with a Twist

Vyne is cleverly named after its functional flexibility that makes it an extremely versatile stand for tablets of any kind. A cinch to wrap up and store in your bag or briefcase, it’s even easier to mold in to shape for your unique requirements. Once bent into configuration, it offers a stabile place to work, learn, or simply entertain with movies and more. Get it here!

0 Designer: Vyne Products

DIY Matter Maker

DIY Matter Maker

The Alchemist Matter kit teaches you how to create DIY matter through physicochemical phenomena. Mind blown? In a nutshell… it’s a cleverly designed for kids, teaching them to experiment with components that look similar to the naked eye but react differently—the same way that alchemists, the ancestors of chemists, did! It’s the first steps for basic chemistry presented in a fun, hands-on, educational way! See how it works….

0 Designer: Laurence Humier

Do-It-Yourself Oil

Do-It-Yourself Oil

For the choosy culinarian, the Daily Expeller offers an entirely new way of utilizing cooking oil- by manufacturing it yourself to your own requirements and tastes! In only 15 minutes, you can extract enough oil for 2 individual meals (100g ingredients for 20cc of oil) using any kind of nut or seed of your choice, including walnuts, peanuts, sesame or sunflower. Aesthetically, it’s a bit steampunk-ish, a bit scientific, and a whole lot beautiful. Watch it in action —>

0 Designers: Jyh-Zern Shen, Yu-Hsin Wu, Po-Chun Chiu

One Accessory to Rule Them All

One Accessory to Rule Them All

Irene is the Swiss Army Knife of accessories, designed for all your portable devices including smartphones, tablets, GPS, cameras and more. Its goal is to eliminate the need for the countless accessories by utilizing a simple yet effective attachment technique that adapts to all your devices. One minute it’s a hand-held tablet holder and the next it’s a GPS windshield mount or camera monopod. See it in action after the jump!

0 Designer: Naneau

The Go-Anywhere Chair

The Go-Anywhere Chair

Introducing, Sitpack: the world’s most compact, foldable seat! In its collapsed form, it’s so small it can fit in your pocket… but expand it and you’ve got a comfy place to rest your bum. The magic lies in its unique telescopic structure that’s easily stretched and locked in place in mere seconds. Perfect for long lines of any kind, concerts, sporting events and more!

0 Designer: Theo Fischer Ginman

The Apple iWear

The Apple iWear

With the Apple Watch announcement, many an inspirational designs in concept Apple wearables have been dashed. The real thing is sleek and very Jony Ive, however the battery life and longevity is still questionable. The iWear came in as a refreshing approach that now questions the possibility of making an iPad-esque wearable. No more watch … let’s have a look…

0 Designer: Sunfer Ho

The Invisible Umbrella

The Invisible Umbrella

SRSLY! You won’t find any delicate nylon material to rip, or flimsy metal rods that’ll break… in fact, no canopy at all! Instead, this innovative design uses air flow to protect the user from rain. Call the Air Umbrella, it creates an invisible shield with multidirectional air-jets that dispel raindrops and keep the user dry. Though it looks high-tech, it’s actually quite simple. Better yet, it might just be available sooner than you think. Jump to the vid!

0 Designers: Various

Trio Power

Trio Power

The Trio charging station is a great way to start the accessory trend for the first ever Apple Watch! Between your phone, watch, & other devices, your charging situation probably needs a clean up… so Trio is here to help. Rather than set your precious on a surface where it could be scratched, it has an alternative inductive charging stand that keeps your device safely elevated. It also contains 2 additional USB charging ports for your phone, iPad, or computer. Perfect for the bedside stand, it also has an integrated OLED light for seeing in the dark.

0 Designer: Oliver Sha

Universal Lost and Found

Universal Lost and Found

Whether you’ve been the loser or the finder, you’ll appreciate this clever community-driven system for giving/retrieving lost things! Called #LostFound, the system utilizes 3D printing & social media to connect people with misplaced items. Attention-grabbing red hooks attach to fixtures in urban settings. When you come across a lost item, just hang it on the nearest one & post with a picture and location on Twitter or Instagram with the appropriate hashtag. The owner can then check social media by searching #LostFound to retrieve their stuff!

0 Designer: Evan Gant

Sodavalve: The Hand-Saver

Sodavalve: The Hand-Saver

Designer Injoon Yang has grandma to thank for this clever gadget! After noticing her struggling near the refrigerator, he realized she was having difficulty opening a bottle of soda and took it as an opportunity to design a universal replacement cap that users can keep at home. Similar in shape and function to a spigot, simply replace the regular cap with one of two ergonomic handle designs for easy twisting on and off! Vid after the jump —>

0 Designer: Injoon Yang

No More Waiting for iWatch

No More Waiting for iWatch

For a gadget that tells time, the exact release of Apple’s rumored iWatch are still a mystery! Until then, get your fanboy fix with this concept by Francisco Costa, because it’s probably not far off from the real thing. The designer has not only mastered the Cupertino company’s signature minimalistic style but also the ingenious marketing that goes along with it.  So, for a sneak peak at the clever commercials to come and a really good guess at the iWatch hit the jump! You’ll do a double-take to make sure it’s not the real deal!

0 Designer: Francisco Costa

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