iDrop Information, Simple!

i dropper this wonderful stylus pen for an intuitive connective experience on mobile devices. Gadgets like smart phones, laptops, and PDAs form the essence of our environment these days and the intuitive i dropper interface allows you to connect fast and move data between devices in a jiffy. Modeled on the eyedropper, this new-age thang allows you to “suck in” and “drop out” information such as a mobile application, text, or an image.

This easy step eliminates the complexities of existing transmission process between devices to an intuitive eyedropper method.

Here is how it works:

The button at the top controls the inwards-outwards action, which is reminiscent of the rubber tip of an eyedropper. The stored information is displayed (like liquid) with illuminated icons within the stem.

Awesome!

Designers: Heo Jaeyoung, Jin Hoyoung & Jung Han-Bi

49 Comments

  • i hate this kind of futuristic concepts, but this one – i really dig 🙂 good job

  • i hate this kind of futuristic concepts, but this one – i really dig 🙂 good job

  • neat idea but how would this work ? i mean the technology behind it?

    • a3trion says:

      i guess it would work like the old lightpen. only wireless and more interactive.

  • neat idea but how would this work ? i mean the technology behind it?

    • a3trion says:

      i guess it would work like the old lightpen. only wireless and more interactive.

  • Engr. Saleh says:

    it is very nice idea I hope to buy one when but store for soon

  • Engr. Saleh says:

    it is very nice idea I hope to buy one when but store for soon

  • Stirlume says:

    It should constantly work on Wifi connection/blue tooth with the device it's 'sucking' from? Wanna know more about it!

  • Stirlume says:

    It should constantly work on Wifi connection/blue tooth with the device it's 'sucking' from? Wanna know more about it!

  • victor_lekweuwa says:

    Its nice but the tech may not be out yet for this. Bluetooth transceivers are very small, like 4mm by 4mm, but how is it gonna charge? Would this idrop even need to charge?

  • victor_lekweuwa says:

    Its nice but the tech may not be out yet for this. Bluetooth transceivers are very small, like 4mm by 4mm, but how is it gonna charge? Would this idrop even need to charge?

  • shara says:

    ooh, I want =D this looks super cool!

  • shara says:

    ooh, I want =D this looks super cool!

  • filipe_aparicio says:

    unfortunately this wouldn't work with the iphone or mac because they don't react to any other "tip" other than your finger. That's an issue you would have to approach to start off with. The rest seems to be realistic and approachable with a well developed sofware and a decent, small bluetooth trasceiver. For the charging problem I would suggest a simple solution like a small dynamo, like the one used on some flashlights. That would generate just enough energy to power the idrop, and would charge just by using it. =) Great concept ;D and good luck with getting it on the market 😀

    • Pxy3334 says:

      Fortunately,it only works with finger is because it reacts to bioelectricity, which is a tiny electricity every living thing have, like all electricity, it can transfer throw metal , such as copper, you can try hold in front of a copper wire, and touch the screen with the end, it will work, so you can make this pen with metal, or something can transfer tiny electricity without weaken it

  • filipe_aparicio says:

    unfortunately this wouldn't work with the iphone or mac because they don't react to any other “tip” other than your finger. That's an issue you would have to approach to start off with. The rest seems to be realistic and approachable with a well developed sofware and a decent, small bluetooth trasceiver. For the charging problem I would suggest a simple solution like a small dynamo, like the one used on some flashlights. That would generate just enough energy to power the idrop, and would charge just by using it. =) Great concept ;D and good luck with getting it on the market 😀

    • Pxy3334 says:

      Fortunately,it only works with finger is because it reacts to bioelectricity, which is a tiny electricity every living thing have, like all electricity, it can transfer throw metal , such as copper, you can try hold in front of a bullet, and touch the screen with the end, it will work, so you can make this pen with metal

  • TJ Kim says:

    oh… It is very fascinating and very interesting.

  • TJ Kim says:

    oh… It is very fascinating and very interesting.

  • TJ Kim says:

    And i think it's not a too futuristic concept from now. It is possible.

  • TJ Kim says:

    And i think it's not a too futuristic concept from now. It is possible.

  • Celia Zhu says:

    that is what i wanna ask ~

  • Celia Zhu says:

    that is what i wanna ask ~

  • anonymous says:

    well you should be happy with yourself for making a pretty picture, Im sure if a computer engineer ever comes up with the technology to make the product a reality you'll be happy taking the credit even if you didn't really invent it. At all. You just drew a nice picture in photoshop.

  • SamDS says:

    why not have a broader tip and have a Pre to TouchPad-like connection? Of course, you would have to touch the pen twice, but you have to do that with the original design anyway.

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