Another Nokia Phablet

Another Nokia Phablet

It’s raining Nokia concepts these day, and it only makes me happy! The good thing about this Nokia Lumia 1025 Phablet is that it is designed based on the leaks and plausible rumours. This concept features a 6 inch screen (1920 x 1152px – 15:9), is 8mm thin and with much horse power!

0 Designer: Phone Designer [ Jonas Dähnert ]

Feel-good Fresh Air

Feel-good Fresh Air

Atem is an innovative breathing windo panel that brings in fresh air and maintains its purity as well. It provides constant air circulation and balances the air temperature according to your needs. The panel is such that it constantly evaluates the quality of the air and opens and closes air passages of the membrane panel. The system can be controlled through a control station and an app.

0 Designer: Małgorzata Blachnicka

Repurposing done right!

Repurposing done right!

One of the most abundant and yet easily forgotten objects, the shipping pallet can be found in all corners of the world… many of which are neglected, or disposed of after use. The Re-Stacked Lounger breathes new life into old pallets, repurposing them into a lightweight mobileseating structure. Though unrecognizable from its original form, each lounge maintains the character and patina of the material for a naturally aged aesthetic!

0 Designers: Various

Easy Air Awareness

Easy Air Awareness

With pollution on the rise it’s more important than ever for urban dwellers to be aware of their air quality… especially at home. The Airioan Serves as an unobtrusive, easy way to maintain breathable air inside by using a simple yet effective ion filtration system. Compact and easy to carry, it was designed to be placed next to the bed, on the desk or other places in which we spend the most time. 

0 Designer: Nariman Bashiri

Laser Typing is Here

Laser Typing is Here

Projected keyboards are all the rage! This one, by Celluon, doubles as a virtual multi-touch mouse, eliminating the need for extra peripherals. With the flick of a switch, a full-size QWERTY keyboard is projected in the safe form of a laser directly onto any flat surface. Compatible with both Windows, Android, Blackberry and iOS systems, Epic pairs via Bluetooth to your favorite devices. Get it here fo’ real!

0 Designer: Celluon

Cuppa Uppercup

Cuppa Uppercup

The Uppercup is a sustainable designed, reusable takeaway coffee cup that is elegant and durable. It comes as a great alternate to the disposable cups that we see out there. Constructed as a double wall tumbler, it is made of Tritan plastic and is ultrasonically welded. The BPA free design insulates the cup and doesn’t absorb odors and flavors and is fully recyclable. Looks cool too!

0 Designer: Charlwood Design

Robotic Clean

Robotic Clean

The one place I’d like to see robots do their thing is in the domestic space. The Mab is a concept in this direction and looks at giving home space a robotic clean look. Essentially it is an automated cleaning system consisting of hundreds of flying mini-robots which will clean all surfaces. Mab scans and custom cleans an area according to its requirements.

0 Designer: Adrian Perez Zapata

Carbon Creature Stool

Carbon Creature Stool

The Red Dot Award winning Plum Stool’s swift, aerodynamic form emulates natural, organic style in modern carbon material. Though delicate looking, the logical structural geometry and material quality together make it not only strong but incredibly light. To highlight this, the design’s name is a derivative of the Spanish word “pluma” which means “feather.”

0 Designer: Alvaro Uribe

Therapeutic Thin Heater

Therapeutic Thin Heater

Leveraging SIMTech’s Printed Heater technology, Heatran is a home-use heat wrap therapy treatment designed to provide relief for anyone suffering from knee pain. It soothes discomfort by rapidly heating and maintaining temperature to promote blood circulation. Even heat distribution is achieved throughout each 30 minute therapeutic session with a rounded heat channel. Velcro fasteners make it super easy to affix to the knee for users with limited mobility.

0 Designers: Various

Putting the Book Back in eBook

Putting the Book Back in eBook

TwistBook is an eReader with not 1 but 2 eInk screens connected by a flexible binding to mimic the familiar split of paper books. The bisected shape is perfect for protecting the dual screens and can be easily collapsed to throw in a bag or backpack. For enhanced personalization, users can customize their TwistBook by applying photos or art directly to the printable outside and inside covers.

0 Designer: Fabrice Dubuy

High-rise Escape

High-rise Escape

It is a situation that you never want to get stuck in, but should the need arise, then hopefully this Fire Alarm and Escape Box for High-rise Building will bail you out. Essentially this box integrates escape equipment for high floors and places it next to the windows and enclosure wall at each floor. The system is equipped with cloud alarm system, fire extinguishers, Descending Escape Vest DEV and the Extension Breathing Space Hood EBSH. The intuitive use of the graphics guide facilitates fast, simple and safe escape process.

0 Designers: Cheng-Ming Wang & Cheng-Yu Tsai

Round And Straight Lines Are Best!

Round And Straight Lines Are Best!

Attention Designers! Your need to draw the perfect curve using a ruler is now easier thanks to the Compasses Ruler. The design is self-explanatory so I’m just going to applaud the fact that doing geometric stuff is getting neater by the day! What do you say?

0 Designers: Hyejin-Lee & Youngkwang-Hyun

Tablet to the Rescue

Tablet to the Rescue

Designed for firefighting teams, the Command Goal tablet-system aims to ease the management of emergency fire situations on-the-spot. An incredible improvement from ineffective white-board techniques, the device displays an accurate, constantly updated representation of the fire zone to aid in resource management and inter-departmental information sharing. A comprehensive visual map and improved communication means enhanced safety and fewer lives lost.

0 Designer: Vernon Chen