Air Guitar Anywhere!

Air Guitar Anywhere!

Whether it was in your car or at a concert, everyone’s played a wicked air guitar solo or pretended to beat the drums at some point! Now musicians and music lovers can actually make beats or practice on-the-go without an instrument! Using motion technology like Leap and Myo, the Soundbrace wearable device transforms the user’s arms and fingers into instruments!

0 Designer: Eugene Wang

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

Apple, meet Lego!

Apple, meet Lego!

No matter how small Apple’s Lightning cable port might be, I still manage to get objects from my pocket lodged inside it! Here’s a clever, interactive solution that uses everyone’s favorite building-blocks to protect the device’s port and entertain the user. Each Lego in the Brick series adapts to the port, making your iPhone an integral part of your creation! Do want!

0 Designer: KBme2

Constantly Upgraded Smartphone

Constantly Upgraded Smartphone

The tech industry is on an innovation overdrive, what’s fresh today gets obsolete within days. The loss belongs to the end consumer actually; we all felt the twinge when Apple introduced two new iPhones barely months apart. Its human nature to want the newer product, hence designer Francois Rybarczyk has a good solution for this: the XTRUD Concept Phone.

0 Designer: Francois Rybarczyk

What SaY?

What SaY?

The SaY mobile phone was designed quite a while back but somehow the design looks still fresh and in sync with today’s needs. Right from the colors to the angles, the use of a rubberized body in contrasted with a slightly angled glossy keypad that fits perfectly in the talking position; everything is relevant to date. The camera and a pair of stereo speakers are arranged in a graphical and eye-catching fashion. Strikingly modern, yet rustic!

0 Designers: Simon Yan and Jose M Perez

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

The Less is More Phone

The Less is More Phone

While the majority of modern smartphones focus on more, more, more to increase productivity, the CELs phone was developed from the belief that less distraction and “uni-tasking” rather than multitasking is the key to being productive. It focuses on just 4 basic functionalities: music, photography, fitness, and communication. What it lacks in apps (even internet!), it makes up for in a cool, quirky aesthetic and a straightforward, user-friendly interface!

0 Designer: Sankalp Sinha

Sunkissed Water

Sunkissed Water

The Solar Glass is a like an individual glass thermos that harnesses solar energy to keep the beverage within either cold or warm. This individual glass features a heat-absorbing layer that regulates the temperature of the beverage within. Seems like a cool office gadget to have around, what do you think?

0 Designer: Fan Wu

Easy Sketchbook

Easy Sketchbook

The Easy Sketch is a transparent drawing pad, which allows you to trace and sketch views during your outdoor trip. You don’t need to be the best of artists but just have the knack of thinking imaginatively. The pad is capable of combining different views into one painting, and incorporates color and brushworks. A good and engaging alternative to the digicam!

0 Designer: Yun-Fan Chang

Speakers of the Sea

Speakers of the Sea

These speakers celebrate and take inspiration from the natural world, using biomimicry for enhanced audio and aesthetics. Soundwhale surround sound provides multidirectional audio in the form of a whale passing through a wave while the Fishead focused speaker is a skeletal interpretation of the mouth of a fish where sound emanates. Composed of matte ceramic, polished titanium and oak wood, they’re an elegant compliment to entertainment systems anywhere from your boat to your beach house.

0 Designer: Patrick Frei

E-Ink Simple Smartphone

E-Ink Simple Smartphone

Designed for the modern bookworm, the Booklet merges the functionalities of both an e-reader and smartphone into a single device that essentially makes it possible to take calls in between lines! Whether you’re diving into emails, documents, or your favorite book, reading is made easier on the larger screen with bold text that won’t tire your eyes. What it lacks in apps it makes up for in simplicity, ease-of-use, and a friendly, flexible aesthetic.

0 Designer: Fabrice Dubuy

RAFL Wireless Speaker

RAFL Wireless Speaker

Gotto love this gesture controlled Touch-speaker set. Just like fumbling through a jar full of candies, the interaction with the RAFL Wireless Speaker, brings home similar emotions. Pick through your favorite music through touch or the flick of your finger, the possibilities are endless.

0 Designers: Studio Zebi & Kihwan Joo

Portable Printable Wallpapers!

Portable Printable Wallpapers!

The Portable Freenter has the potential to be a game-changer in the world of wallpapers. Imagine using a device that directly prints your desired wallpaper pattern onto the wall. You get the liberty of choosing different kinds of fonts and also draw a picture and put texts, colors or sizes of your choice. You can input the selections via a pen or through a keyboard. Get creative, people!

0 Designers: Kim Kwang-hyun, Roh Ga-young, Kim Su-hyun & Shin Jun-won