The Hottest Headphones Ever

The Hottest Headphones Ever

Anyone who works in the audio/sound industry has heard of the Sennheiser HD25-1 headphones; they’re the professionals choice, but have yet to break into the consumer market due to their overtly utilitarian & basic appearance. Cyprium is an exploration into how these high-end headphones could win the hearts of consumers and audiophiles with styling that’s worthy of Sennheiser’s unrivaled audio quality, background noise isolation and robustness. And win your heart they will! See em up close —>

0 Designer: Dan Salisbury

Apple iPhone 6 – Unmasking Yet Another Concept

Apple iPhone 6 – Unmasking Yet Another Concept

Some of the rumors surrounding the iPhone 6 are: a range of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches screen, durable sapphire display, slimmer bezel, thinner chassis and 128GB storage capacity. While we still have to wait for the real announcement, lets take a look at yet another Apple iPhone 6 Concept phone that looks groovy.

0 Designers: Tomas Moyano & Nicolàs Aichino

Mind Over Food

Mind Over Food

Mind Power is potent and it can manipulate or simulate circumstances that may seem fictitious and surreal. Based on this premise is the plate and glass combo of the ‘SET TO MIMIC’ tableware. The idea is to put a microchip in us, which interacts with our brain cells so that it can register smells, tastes and textures of our favorite food. When bland or ‘health foods’ are placed on the plate, the microchip manipulates our senses to feel as if we are eating our favorite food.

0 Designer: Sorina Răsteanu

Living in the U Bubble

Living in the U Bubble

The U-Bubble is a refrigerator that can be suspended in air and is inspired by the soap bubbles that we love so much. It’s basically this plastic construction that is temperature controlled and works with your smart devices. Like most advanced apps, it relays critical food info like quality and freshness state. With the social aspect you can compare food habits and trade recipes with friends.

0 Designer: 成荫 张

The Virtual Valet

The Virtual Valet

With its new home at the Düsseldorf airport in Germany, RAY is the world’s first operational parking robot! When you drive up, it scans your vehicle and adapts to its size before lifting and carrying it away to an ideal parking space. With connectivity to the flight database and a user-controled mobile app, it can have your car ready as soon as you land or whenever you’re ready. More flexible and agile than self-parking, it’s super-efficient and can create almost 60% more parking. Next time you’re at Düsseldorf, check it out yourself at parking structure P3!

0 Designer: Serva and Lumod

Always Take The Weather With You

Always Take The Weather With You

Love the song and the deep meaning of taking the weather with you, albeit only if it’s sunshine and cheery! The thing with weather predictions in most countries is that it’s the most unreliable news relayed on the TV Channels. For example, in my hometown if the station predicts a sunny day, be assured it’s going to rain heavy! To remove this ambiguity about the weather, we have here the StormTag – your personalized weather station.

0 Available At: StormTag [ Buy it Here ]

New Parents' Best Friend

New Parents’ Best Friend

After almost losing their minds trying and failing to figure out how to operate a baby monitor to keep an eye on their first-born, designers Satu Niemelä and Erasmus van Niekerk vowed to create an easy-to-use monitoring solution with even greater functionality to use with their upcoming set of twins. The result is a monitor that not only provides live video and audio, but tracks vital signs, records developmental milestones and even lets distant family members tap into the feed to be closer to baby! They call it Onni, their 4th child!

0 Designer: SEP Solutions

The multi-tool must-have.

The multi-tool must-have.

Forget your heavy, bulky, ugly tools and check out the Tool Pen! No larger than a stylus, it’s the all-in-one, slim and sleek alternative to cumbersome screwdriver sets. Designed to use on the go, its sleek shell houses a variety of bits in one easy-to-access unit. Lightweight, inconspicuous and compact, you can throw it in a bag or even carry it in your pocket for those unexpected moments when things need a little tightening. Check out its many uses —>

0 Designer: mininch

Air Purifying Drone

Air Purifying Drone

The city is our home! Based on this premise is the UrbanCONE – a personalized drone that aims to keep your surrounding environment pollution-free. Inspired by jellyfish, this floating device stays afloat thanks to the air fans. As a part of the Semi-finalist concepts of the 2014 Electrolux Design Lab competition, it will be intriguing to see if this urban mass air purifier makes it to the finalist list this year. More details here.

0 Designer: Michał Pośpiech

Yes, We Love iPhone Concepts

Yes, We Love iPhone Concepts

Perhaps this is the reason why we feature so many of them! Check out this really ultra slim iPhone 6 Pro with Wireless Charging and iView Cover. Sporting a metal body construction and Sapphire Glass bezel, the innovation here is the much-awaited wireless charging accessory. Check out the video after the jump.

0 Designer: Vishal Bhanushali

Age of the Yura

Age of the Yura

Yura is a personal bartender that can make anything from a healthy cocktail, tea to coffee. Besides being this futuristic droid that hovers and flies, it has the ability to make your drink with the accurate number of calories that your diet requires. The main body of the appliance features a smart cartridge that can heat or cool the beverage.

0 Designer: Herman Haydin

Visible Crossing

Visible Crossing

The Smart Crosswalk is a great way to ensure minimum pedestrian accidents when they use the crosswalk. Basically the crosswalk changes to red as soon as someone sets foot on it. The crosswalk is laced with sensors and during poor visibility (or night), it bears a hint of white illumination, making it perfectly visible to both pedestrians and vehicle drivers.

0 Designer: Alexey Chugunnikov

The External Green House

The External Green House

The Garden Pod has one big thing working in its favor – it utilizes the external walls of a dwelling rather than clamoring for space indoors. This modular green house is designed so that it can be fitted onto exteriors of a building and can take advantage of the natural energy sources. A handy app allows you to control the setting of the pod and also relays essential information such as which vegetable is ripe enough and how much compost is available.

0 Designer: Ovidiu Subțire