Third Eye for Cyclists

Third Eye for Cyclists

With more and more urban dwellers opting for bicycles over cars, it’s to be expected that more riding accidents between regular traffic and cyclists will occur. The Safeye system adds an additional layer of protection to riders by giving them a view of following traffic. The system detects when an object (such as a car) has approached from behind, first alerting to the rider with tactile vibration in the handles, and then on their smartphone with a live video feed from the rear facing camera.

0 Designer: Jun GyeJin

wPad

wPad

There is only one word for the Wise Pad – exceptional! Here is a tablet that has a device that is piggybacking on it and can be used to make calls and even juice up via kinetics. I bet there will be some complex tech involved, which only my engineering friends will be able to help figure out. Until then I am going to enjoy this project as a concept and so should you!

0 Designer: Geng Kaiqian

Print Nigella’s Recipe From The Telly

Print Nigella’s Recipe From The Telly

There are many reasons why the Skyworth_Memory Share has a place in the future of television evolution. Thanks to the recording feature that Satellite TV operators provide, many a times we tend to pause or replay certain segments of our favorite show, just to capture and relive that moment. I do it a lot during the complex Yoga postures or when noting a recipe from a cook show. With Skyworth_Memory Share, you simply hit the print button and it screen capture of the program gets printed.

0 Designers: Various

The Great Observer

The Great Observer

Extreme Sports are exciting and equally exciting is capturing those precise moments of adrenalin pumping excitement. Observer is a camera this is a remotely controlled multicopter robot. It hovers around its subject, shooting video and photos from a safe distance, while the extreme sport activities are enjoyed.

0 Designers: Jinho Kwon, Minhyun Choi, Seunghun Shin & Hyeonwoog Yoon

Virtual Companion for Grandparents

Virtual Companion for Grandparents

Dusk was designed to offer seniors and their families peace of mind when it comes to mind and body. The 2-part system includes a health monitoring band that monitors the wearer’s vitals, reporting stats directly back to loved ones and alerting paramedics in the event of an emergency. For interpersonal support, the 2nd part of the system uses a projector for real time video and photo sharing with family members.

0 Designer: Subinay Malhotra

No more low battery blues!

No more low battery blues!

The world’s first and only “blind positioning” wireless charger, the QITAH’s minimal design marries with the latest Qi technology to give you freedom from the low battery blues! Adaptable to any Qi device, it will also hold your phone at an ergonomic 40-degrees for use on your desk or 7-degrees for your nightstand or bedside table.

0 Designer: Paul Sandip

Divide and Conquer

Divide and Conquer

The portable audio market is hotter than ever with a number of brand names competing to have the smallest, coolest looking and most powerful speaker on the block. Leu Aurelian’s take on the trend goes a step beyond, exploring wireless Bluetooth capability in not one but two nested speakers that work together to deliver an encompassing surround sound experience.

0 Designer: Leu Aurelian

New Newton

New Newton

Newton is a new type of astronomical telescope that is made with very simple low technology. It is crafted and designed using the principles of reflecting telescope that are suitable for the observation of nebula, star clusters, galaxy etc. The elegant shape reminds me of a spaceship!

0 Designer: Erik Edward Kim

Behold The Cactus

Behold The Cactus

The Cactus is a hybrid kinda appliance, one that moves from a freezer to a refrigerator to a food warmer. Consider it as a food storage box that keeps your eatables either warm or cold, depending upon the requirement. Designed for use in nuclear households, the appliance goes against the typical principle of conducting heat from the outside to cool the inners of a fridge.

0 Designer: Erik Edward Kim

Meet Frame.

Meet Frame.

Frame is a tablet like no other! Instead of a regular touchscreen panel, Frame has an interactive translucent touchscreen on which information is projected. Now users can harness the power of augmented reality to display an varied array of informational media. If you’re an architect, show your client the home of their dreams against a landscape. If you’re a doctor, show your patient their diagnosis in real time. The possibilities are endless!

0 Designer: Robrecht Vanhauwere

Modern Day Jukebox

Modern Day Jukebox

The PA1 speaker concept elevates the everyday experience of audio through its inherently simple functionality, elegant aesthetics and big, room filling sound to match. Its aluminum back casing is a striking yet minimal visual feature of the speaker, and its interchangeable front facing mesh covers available in Black or White, allow for a personalized touch. Wireless Bluetooth functionality and super-easy mounting mean you can enjoy tunes from any room in no time.

0 Designer: Studio Proper

Sporty Evoflow

Sporty Evoflow

Question is, do you want to focus on having a great time skiing the slopes or do you want to get distracted with unnecessary photography setups? Sony EVOFLOW Concept Camera is the ideal solution if your focus is on good times. Just strap it on and take the plunge… the rest the cam will do for you.

0 Designer: Romain Guillame

Audio Orbs

Audio Orbs

It seems like we’re obsessed with making speakers smaller and smaller without sacrificing power. What would the result be if we reversed our logic and started thinking on a much bigger scale? StudioTotal answers this question with their latest conceptual sound system, Audio Orbs: the speaker you can enter. Inside the sphere are 18 speakers and plenty of comfy cushions to give the user an enhanced immersive music experience!

0 Designer: StudioTotal