Security for the Sightless By Troy Turner 09/02/2015 Doing away with the need to fiddle with or carry easily lost keys! This combination lock for the visually impaired uses Braille for fuss-free operation. Designer: Edouard Guesne SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket22 Shares Related Posts The iconic picture frame that ‘slows down time’ is now on a 20% Black Friday discount! I understand that everyone wants this year to end as soon as possible, but Jeff Lieberman’s iconic installation, the Slow Dance, makes the case for slowing… This robotic icing-assistant helps you intricately decorate cakes using your existing 3D printer! As a person with moderately good sketching skills (how I got my design degree, I don’t know), and pathetic handwriting (should’ve become a doctor instead, but… Cokick Around Here Cokick is a conceptual shuttlecock with a digital display. Its makes for a fun and interactive game amongst a group of players. It imbibes physical activity… Fight Fire From Afar Not all fires are the same, so why should our extinguishers be any different? The Aim Fire Extinguisher is one alternative that offers an entirely new… Scandinavian interior designs to inspire a minimal space Scandinavian Design is all the rage these days, especially with the wave of minimalism that has spread through the millennial generation. But what exactly entails Scandinavian… This wearable bracelet let’s you go back to work while enforcing social distancing Are you getting tired of quarantine? Funny how we always wished for work from home and now we are itching to go back to our offices…. TagsEdouard GuesnelockLock for the BlindSecurity Previous articleTake a chair, everywhere Next articleA Little Better Ladder 1 Comment mahmoud says: 10/27/2015 at 12:38 am great idea, shouldnt we care more about disables people? Comments are closed.