Why Don’t We Have Iron Boards Like This!

Why Don’t We Have Iron Boards Like This!

E-Board is super classy and I love it! The ironing board has five components that adhere and adapt to the garment that you are ironing. A controlling green knob allows you to split the board up for easy ironing of pants and wings out the sides for sleeves. Skirts, coats, trousers, shirts or any other thang, basically the board makes the mundane chore of ironing a whole lot easy. Clever integration of a hanger-stand and iron-stand, adds to the perks. Love!

0 Designer: Mohsen Jafari Malek

Camouflaging a Bandage

Camouflaging a Bandage

The only time I’ve been so obsessed with bandages was when I spied the jewel encrusted Cynthia Rowley’s Limited Edition. This Chameleon Bandage takes the concept of band-aid protection a notch higher by becoming literally invisible. I suppose there must be some chemical elements to it. However the designers have not clarified it as yet. Imagine how cool will it be to sport a bandage that blends with your skin tone, especially for those awkward places on your chin or cheek! Me wants one now!

0 Designers: Various

It’s Zero Wherever You Like

It’s Zero Wherever You Like

My designer friends are going to appreciate the ‘0 Point Ruler’, one that gives you the flexibility to start point zero from wherever you like. The ruler is basically a pressure-sensitive touchscreen strip that has digital markings. It tanks up juice via a few good swirls around your finger and is easy to use. I love it for its innovative streak and peaceful marriage of technology.

0 Designers: Various

Flat Pack Mouse

Flat Pack Mouse

I know the tech companies are doing their best to come out with a mouse that is sleek and compact enough to compliment a laptop. However I am sure most of you will agree with me that a full bodied mouse is what our hands crave, when we work one with a laptop. So to address the issue or portability and keep with the demand of a fully functional mouse, we have here the Flat CD Mouse Concept.

0 Designer: Taewon Hwang

Water Vigilance and Measure

Water Vigilance and Measure

Call it the vigilance committee or eco-functionality, but you have to hand it to the Cook Faucet for being a cool way to measure and keep a tab on how much water you consume. The buttons on the tap are divided into 100 ml, 500 ml and 1 liter and if you need some more, simply press the button for a wee bit longer or opt for the normal.

0 Designer: Jae il Bae

Guessing Game #11

Guessing Game #11

What do you think this is? Hmmm, if you guessed it as a lock of some sorts, then I’ll hand it you; you’re pretty close. All I can say, it holds a ton of information….literally! All the best!

0 Designer: Beijing Technology & Business University

Skippy The Scooty

Skippy The Scooty

Love the thoughtful SRV .h concept. It is an eco-friendly concept vehicle that is best suited for shopping and mobility. Basically this commuter scooter can transform to a helpful shopping cart via some simple folding steps. Details that include a cradle for storing your phone makes this such an awesome thang. Elegant and functional, this is my scooty of the future!

0 Designer: Chiu-YenKai

For The Seven Dwarfs

For The Seven Dwarfs

For some odd reason the seven dwarfs used to go mining at night and I reckon they could put this Light Shovel to good use! Jokes aside, I think it is a clever idea to integrate lighting into the shovel stick. It could come in handy in mines or when for you have to use it at night. Plus if we can get it to somehow trap kinetic energy and put it to some use, it would be great! For now the concept looks it can be tweaked and toyed upon.

0 Designer: Shenfen Wang

Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt 'em

Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘em

I think it’s probably the childhood incident where I was helping my father to hammer in with some DIY project and I hurt my thumb pretty bad. But its put me off hammers for life! I guess the only way you can get me to bang in some nails is with protective sheaths like this Fear Not Hammer. Guides that hold the nail in place, allow you to hammer without the fear of hurting yourself. Please Hammer don’t hurt ‘em!

0 Designer: Cheng-Wei Wang

The Intuitive Extinguisher

The Intuitive Extinguisher

The Easy Trigger hopes to make your experience with a fire extinguisher less frightful and more intuitive. The thing is, different people have different ways to react during emergencies. Some are calm and collected and will follow instructions and pull out the pin correctly from the conventional extinguishers. Others may panic and fumble. In order to ensure smooth operations, the Easy Trigger was designed.

0 Designers: Shim Wonbo and Moon Woojung

Time To Wake Up!

Time To Wake Up!

The adorable Sub Morning is quite a quirky way to wake up in the morning! The dang thing actually requires you to submerge it in water in order to shut it off. The crisp display and added advantage of being a submarine, makes it more of a bath-time toy than an alarm. Oh well, ducky will have to go if you want to play submarines in your bathtub!

0 Designer: Kim Min Jeong

E-Post-it!

E-Post-it!

The MEMOME is a USB stick with an e-ink display that automatically updates as to what files the stick holds. Almost like a digital post-it, the drive is designed to fit your style and keep you in the loop with regards to file and memory information. Love the thoughtful curve on one side, which makes it easy to pick up and grab the stick in a jiffy.

0 Designer: Jui-Min Huang

Guessing Game #14

Guessing Game #14

If I use this on you…where are you and what am I doing to you?

Any guesses?

Yes, the Guessing Game is back with a vengeance…Be honest, just look at the small pic and tell us what you think it is, the answer is after the jump. No prizes for guessing right, however you do win our appreciation and our salute!

0 Designer: Moonjeong Choi