Light Direction In Floods

Light Direction In Floods

The Safety Light is a lighting system that kicks into action once the streets get flooded and are under water. As a thumb rule its safer not to use vehicles during this time, but these lights are meant for those folks who are simply stuck and need to move out of harm’s way. The design combines LED, an H2O battery and traditional Cat Eyes Road Studs.

0 Designers: Various

Custom Color Thread

Custom Color Thread

I hate sewing but if you are the sorts who likes to mend their own clothes then the Line Printer is meant for you. This small device allows the color of sewing-machine thread to be customized to the color of the cloth being worked upon. You may not have the exact color and re-threading the machine is always a hassle; with the Line Printer you get to ‘print’ thread with color on demand.

0 Designers: Various

A Different Kind of Desk Lamp

A Different Kind of Desk Lamp

The Ugol lamp is a simplistic desktop lighting solution with a very creative way of staying upright. Designed to hug any corner, it leverages the table itself as a means of support. Simply position it on any of the four points to direct light where you need it. Without sacrificing brightness, the minimal design’s small footprint leaves the user with more usable space to work.

0 Designer: Yaroslav Misonzhnikov

Ultimate Foosball

Ultimate Foosball

The B99 brings some awesome hi-tech additions to the game of foosball which has gone surprisingly unchanged in design throughout it’s history. It wirelessly syncs with your smartphone to give you training, match statistics or even replays. As added bonus, it features a Bang and Olufsen sound system so you can stream your jock jams while you play! Whether you consider it just a table-top game or a full-fledged sport, it’s easy to appreciate this unique integration.

0 Designer: Michaël Imbert

Electric Sport Utility

Electric Sport Utility

The Exploder II has a four wheel drive system where each wheel uses the Michelin Active Wheel technology and an individual electric motor that controls the vehicle direction linked to the steering wheel by a wireless system. The Michelin Active wheels toe-in to allow the vehicle to rotate about a pivot point that is located at the center of the vehicle. This in combination with its lightweight chassis make it an unstoppable ESUV.

0 Designer: Cristian Polanco

Refined Crossing

Refined Crossing

The Glass Sign is a solar powered pedestrian crossing that is quite funky. The sign stays mostly off and when a pedestrian needs to use it, they just swipe the signal pole to activate the light. The duration of the signal depends upon the width of the road to be crossed. I love the awesome glow-red-effect the lamp has on for the night.

0 Designer: Almasov Aibek

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

Bod Pods

Bod Pods

Gosh shower gels introduce an entirely new shower experience in the form of single-use dissolving tablets that completely eliminate the need for PET plastic bottles. It’s similar to the detergent tablets for your dishwasher only they’re for your bod! Each tablet has two uses; the first layer exfoliates skin before dissolving to the second layer of shower gel that cleanses and leaves skin feeling refreshed with nutrient-rich geyser water. 

0 Designer: Jamie Stewart

More On The Curves

More On The Curves

Is there something more comforting about holding a phone in your hand that feels and looks curvy? Perhaps yes, and this is why phones like the VEGA, inspired by the design and innovation “brionvega”, demand so much attention. According to the designer, the display is curved for a better grip and use and the black and white OS is super cool. The color function is active only for the video – photo modes and the phone is crafted from polycarbonate.

0 Designer: Simone Savini

This Corkscrew Sucks!

This Corkscrew Sucks!

Literally. It’s called “My Corkscrew Sucks” and it does… in the best way! Lots of people love to collect their old wine corks for keepsake, but regular wine corks damage the cork in the process of opening. This design uses suction to pull out the cork, ensuring that it’s left perfectly in tact. It’s just as quick to use, safer, and takes less muscle!

0 Designer: Alan Kwok

The Safety Dance

The Safety Dance

The Safety Ski Pole is one handy device that you will want, if you are an accident-prone skier. The ski pole is integrated with a GPS tracker that can be used in case of an emergency. Moreover the pole also beams out an SOS signal so that it can reflect on the snow slopes and attract attention. Anything to help distressed and lost skiers I tell ya!

0 Designer: Myunggyu Kim

Bubble Trike

Bubble Trike

This is totally one of those concepts that hurts your heart because it doesn’t exist yet! Bemoove is a futuristic urban vehicle with a wild aesthetic that was dictated not by a desire for attention, but by experimenting with material & powertrain options ideal for the city. The ultra-lightweight frame of the trike’s base is carbon fiber, but the real innovation is the inflatable cab that offers safety, shock absorption, & total panoramic views to passengers. So, how does it move? Hit the jump for more! —>

0 Designer: Andrea Filogonio

Crazy About Cork

Crazy About Cork

Cork isn’t just the stuff of wine bottles, it’s also a unique & healthy method of farming & material sourcing… not to mention- infinitely recyclable, naturally waterproof, buoyant, & fire resistant. The Rolha (Portuguese for the stopper used in wine bottles) table taps into the unique nature of the material, & consists of just 3 legs & a solid, turned cork top. Each leg is fitted with a screw similar to a wine key, so the user simply has to twist each one into place!

0 Designer: Gonçalo Campos