The Perfect Spy Light

The Perfect Spy Light

Memo is a high-tech, compact and lightweight flashlight that merges three devices into one- the flashlight, camera and projector. Designed for nighttime use, the inbuilt camera makes it possible to capture photos of the illuminated scene with the simple click of a button. The photos stored internally can then be projected back onto a surface through the built-in lens or uploaded to other devices via the retractable USB port.

0 Designer: Stephanie Liu

How's the air up there?

How’s the air up there?

Aerio is a nifty gadget that aims to provide users with information about their environment’s air pollution. Paired with the user’s smartphone, the device transmits data to a central network with other devices also giving real-time air quality updates. More than just a sensor, it also brings awareness to the user’s own individual carbon footprint in hopes of encouraging eco-conscious behavior throughout the day.

0 Designer: Nikolas Ethore

A Perfect Circle

A Perfect Circle

Just like the name suggests, the Easy-to-View Compass makes reading the radius of circles or arcs in technical drawings a cinch. Numerical values are instantly calculated and displayed on its bright LCD screen. It’s not only more accurate, but decreases fatigue by eliminating the needs to constantly readjust and monitor the setting.

0 Designers: Cheol Woong Seo & Jae Hee Park

Tick tock, it's the first iPhone clock!

Tick tock, it’s the first iPhone clock!

Bissol for the iPhone 5 balances traditional watchmaking with modern technology to form the world’s first mobile timepiece. Sure, you could tap the home button to read the digital display, but in anodized aluminum with painted sapphire crystal and a Swiss made, gold plated, 5-jewel face, Bissol introduces an entirely new way of telling time and adds a touch of classic elegance to your modern device.

0 Designer: PTB Design Corp.

Magnetically Driven Pen

Magnetically Driven Pen

MagPen is a magnetically driven pen interface that works both on and around mobile devices. The device introduces a new vocabulary of gestures and techniques that redefine the way we use our current standard capacitive stylus. With this new pen we can explore ranges like detecting the orientation the stylus is pointing to, selecting colors using locations beyond the screen boundaries and more.

0 Designer: SungJae Hwang

The USB Drive

The USB Drive

Sometimes innovation is about coming up with new ways to do the same old chore. For example, if you need to access files from your portable Hard Drive and transfer them to a USB key, then you need to route it through the Laptop or PC. Without PC is a device that eliminates this step; it features a touchscreen that facilitates easy transfer of files from the Hard Drive to the USB.

0 Designer: Dongwook Kim

Tangible Alarm

Tangible Alarm

Like a lot of people, I use my phone as my morning alarm clock. And like a lot of people, I love to snooze! But after going through the motions to reset the timer, I’m already awake! This interesting bedside gadget eliminates the need for any touch screen interaction, making it possible to snooze your alarm simply by shifting its position on the rectangular board that syncs wirelessly with your phone. In one easy motion you can set the alarm, snooze it, or turn it off completely!

0 Designer: Victor Johansson

Shower To-Go

Shower To-Go

Admit it or not, we’ve all had moments where we haven’t had the time or energy to bathe! This compact personal device aims to make cleaning up a cinch with interchangeable heads for body, face, and hair that disperse and almost instantly reabsorb a mixture of water and specialized detergents. No larger than an electric shaver, it’s perfect for traveling, camping, days-long outdoor music festivals, and more… freshen up any time or place!

0 Designer: Hamed Kohan

Spelling The Death Of Gadget Clutter

Spelling The Death Of Gadget Clutter

LifeHub is a paradox in many ways, on one hand it marks the birth of an innovative concept and on the other hand it spells the death of many! In a nutshell, LifeHub is a Watch, Smartphone, Headset, Key, Wallet, Bluetooth Speaker and Projector, all rolled into one. By investing in this one item, you end up eliminating the need for eight individual devices, thus saving up on space and resources. Sounds interesting? Read on….

0 Designer: Lucid Design

Nom Nom... phone tasty!

Nom Nom… phone tasty!

Younggun Cho’s eco-friendly set of birch smartphone stands are hungry for your phone! Each playful stand makes for a fun desktop accessory that props up your device but also functions as an amplifier for your phone’s speaker thanks to its internal acoustics.

0 Designer: Younggun Cho

A backbone for your wrist...

A backbone for your wrist…

Kakum is a minimal, ergonomic accessory for your workspace that eliminates the need for those cumbersome (and often ugly) wrist-supporting mouse pads. Unlike most stationary wrist supports, the lightweight design easily slides with your arm as you move across the desk. Adapted for the most natural and comfortable position of the user’s wrist while using a mouse, the design improves form and prevents hand and wrist strain over long term use. See it in action after the jump.

0 Designer: İbrahim Guvendikler

Tear And Share USB

Tear And Share USB

I love the fun and interactive element given to the GIGS.2.GO, which is a credit-card-sized pack of USB flash drives, with “Tear – and – Share” technology. You just need to tear off a tab and take the handy USB Drive on the go with you! Crafted essentially from 100% post-consumer molded paper pulp, this economical, credit-card-sized data pack is fantastic!

0 Designers: Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup

Puzzled About Your Keyboard?

Puzzled About Your Keyboard?

Here is a question for you; do you really need all the keys on this keyboard? This is especially true when we use software that incorporates special function keys that are far from the most commonly used ones. Hence thoughts like why can’t I shift my F1 key closer to my space key or, why can’t I arrange my keyboard to suit how I use it are very legit. The answer to these questions is the Puzzle Keyboard.

0 Designer: Wan Fu Chun