The Power Of A Fan!

The Power Of A Fan!

The Self-Generator is an amazing ceiling fan concept that can preserve the mechanical energy after the fan has been powered-off. The system uses electromagnetic induction and the remainder mechanical energy is converted into electricity and saved in the capacitor. This reserved energy can be used for next time.

0 Designers: Tab Chao & Julia Zhu

So You Need A Portable Kitchen

So You Need A Portable Kitchen

Compact living and constantly moving from one home to another can take a toll on how we pack our kitchen and port it with us. Keeping transportability and kitchen components in mind, we have here the Mobile Kitchen. The design integrates the chimney and the stove in such a way that it’s easy to assemble and take apart. As good at it gets for the moment.

0 Designers: Wen-Liang Huang, Biao Guo, Jing-Wen Huang, Lan-Lan Lin & Li-Hua Tan

The Real First Aid

The Real First Aid

The CORE Patient Recovery Vest is aimed at those workers who come first in contact with accident victims. It is designed to aid them establish triage and prevent medical shock and of course minimize casualties. Integrated sensors in the vest, measures the vitals and keep the patient’s heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature displayed so that it’s easy for the responder to monitor and administer the required aid.

0 Designer: Christopher Wright

Amazing Showers

Amazing Showers

The Calientamigos is quite a clever showering system that uses minimum input and delivers maximum output. Allow me to explain, not all can afford the luxury of a warm bath. In essence they don’t have hot running water to heat and pressurize water for bathing, cooking and cleaning. To solve this problem we have here the three modular components: Bomba, a safe, portable electric water heater that heats 5 gallons of water to 110 degrees F in 15 minutes.

0 Designers: Tianyi Sun, Della Tosin and Kevin Chang

No Limits For A Swim

No Limits For A Swim

Combining a prosthetic leg and swimwear in a clever design, Della Tosin hopes to sufficiently enhance an amputee’s swimming experience. The design aims at balancing, maximizing energy return from launch off and flip-turns, and supporting the body through the latest technology. The wearable suit will assist single-leg amputees to compete with regular swimmers.

0 Designer: Della Tosin

Starry Starry Night

Starry Starry Night

Like Stars on Earth is a very cute concept for camping lights. It is made up of two components that stay together thanks to magnetic integration. The design is such that one part stays out of the tent and the other inside. The magnets make it possible for you to position the lamp suitably and move it freely. The main innovation is that outer shell of the lamp is designed to enhance the glow of the LED light, making it easy for campers to find their way.

0 Designers: Yu Yunjo and Kim Seunghyun

Behind Locked Doors

Behind Locked Doors

Has it ever crossed your mind that someone can easily steal your electronic door passcode? Shit happens! More often than not, gullible people end up as victims and the wicked score another win. The Pattern Door Lock is designed in a way that the code combination is not easily visible. With Braille integrated, the locking system adds a layer of security and functionality to the whole setup. Check it out.

0 Designer: Kwon Hyuk-sang

Keeping your Identity Safe

Keeping your Identity Safe

Just the other day a friend of mine had her accounts hacked and meddled with. She not only lost her bank details and personal details to the hacker, she also had to go through the trauma of someone stealing her online ID. Offline ID Cards can also be compromised, which is why an additional layer of security has become a necessity we must implement. The Safe ID comes with fingerprint recognition and divulges the details only once the rightful owner uses it. Clever!

0 Designers: Various

The Power Of Writing Boards

The Power Of Writing Boards

Almost every meeting conducted has strong overtones of us being digital. While the e-notes are helpful, there is nothing collaborative about us when it comes down to sharing ideas. We need something tangible, something that we can feel while we talk through our thoughts. We need mc squares. Be it a store, home, conference room, work-space, lecture or simply brainstorming sessions, mc squares help to create a more efficient way to collaborate or keep reminders in our face.

0 Designer: Anthony Franco [ Buy it Here ]

Drying With Light

Drying With Light

Because the rainy season doesn’t agree with fresh laundry, the YOGA “light dryer” is here to help prevent mildew, water stains and bad smells when it’s humid. The upright unit not only offers a quick-dry solution, but has healthy functions such as ultraviolet sterilization and a purification system that brings a friendly smell and feel back to clothes even when it’s sticky out!

0 Designer: Xiang Yu

Supercharged Apple Watch Packaging

Supercharged Apple Watch Packaging

Yet another Apple Watch accessory! This time, the masters of creative, luxury bundles at Design Packaging reimagine the original packaging as including a versatile charger for multiple devices. Because it’s safe to assume that each Apple Watch owner will also have an iPhone, the design not only provides an intuitive and organized way to charge both, but puts each on display, elevated safely out of harms way. For super fanboys, an additional USB is available because there’s bound to be an iPad laying around somewhere!

0 Designer: Design Packaging

Razor Thin Table

Razor Thin Table

Despite its ultra-ultra-thin form, the Blade table is stronger than it looks. Designed by Alexander Purcell Rodrigues, the dining table takes advantage of Mykon’s innovative aluminum honeycomb technology. With its high strength-to-weight ratio of honeycomb material and new fabrication techniques, an impossibly thin and elegant table is reduced to its purest form without sacrificing safety or functionality.

0 Designer: Alexander Purcell Rodrigues

Visualized Biking

Visualized Biking

Love this integration of mobile devices and Bluetooth, to make a cycle ride the most techie experience. We have moved into the era of wearable tech, so may as well embrace this as the next step in riding bikes. Hands up, all those who would totally use it! Me, me!

0 Designers: Various