Best of June 2009

Every month we take a look around and select some of the most interesting designs that was showcased here. Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in June 2009.

10) Scania Truck by Adam Palethorpe. Permalink Hits: 7229

9) Portable Record Player by Charles Pyott. Pemalink Hits: 7380

8 ) Hologram Mobile Phone by Mac Funamizu. Permalink Hits: 7693

7) Turn-around Toilet by Young Sang Eun. Permalink Hits: 7935

6) Ferrari X-Racer by Vincent Montreuil. Permalink Hits: 8487

5) Mobile Touchphone for the Blind by Zhenwei You. Permalink Hits: 9487

4) Meet Pushya & Pullya Robots by Paul Grader. Permalink Hits: 9978

3) Earphone Transforming Mobile Phone by IIshat Garipov. Permalink Hits: 11397

2) Service Please Bottle by Doyeop Kim. Permalink Hits: 30711

1) Cargo Truck by Adam Schacter. Permalink Hits: 150407

12 Comments

  • Eric Foor says:

    Some of these car designs are so…out there. The ones that are flat to the road would seem such a turn off to drive, unless they have a secret hover/flight mode. Like the futuristic cars we see.

    I definitely want the holographic cell phone. That is something on my “to buy” list in the future, if it ever comes out that is.

  • jame says:

    the only thing on here that’s remotely innovative is the record player. Even then, less than 0.5% of people listen to records anymore.
    And what the hell is up with the “cargo truck?” That’s the least aerodynamic vehicle I’ve ever seen.

    • trimtab21 says:

      if its so non aerodynamic – why does it look like a helicopter?

  • Dale B says:

    I believe the cargo truck is already being tested in smaller markets.

  • sean says:

    some people have no sense of innovation! The cargo truck looks radical, but could be very feasible and the idea would make a huge difference to the delivery industry… I think its an excellent concept and hope we see these on our streets soon

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  • sue says:

    i like the ‘service please bottle’ idea. would make it look and behave a bit differently, but it’s a well recognized niche.

  • I too like the service please bottle idea. It would make ordering and paying a lot easier and much more efficient and would be less of a hassle than finding and calling out the name of a waiter.

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