We have new designs coming up all the time, however, there are a select few that seem right out of the future. Such designs give us a glimpse of what the tech could be like in the years to come and sends a chill down our spines. From automotive to gadgets, to even headphones, the innovation is unparalleled! So we’ve curated a collection of the best futuristic designs of 2019 that we know you will love!
Poland-based Wojciech Morsztyn designed the Ocean Community, an ocean-based domestic habitat that lets humans essentially live and form colonies at sea. The idea of the Ocean Community vessel is to extend a city’s coastline. By existing not more than 800 meters from the coast of a city, the dwellers of the Ocean Community can easily make their way to the city to access facilities and enjoy a normal city life before heading back to their sea-based home.
The Encompass toothbrush’s unique J-shaped design is what sets it apart. Designed by RYCA International, its J-shape allows it to self-adjust to the shape of your jaw, covering both your upper and lower teeth with bristles that vibrate at a precise 100 strokes per second, while the bristles themselves are positioned to give you the right pressure, intensity and angle for efficient brushing in just 10 seconds on each (left and right) side.
W2 Architecture’s revolutionary trailer design, Romotow, the name an amalgamation of ‘room to move’ contains all the usual RV features but with an innovative 90-degree twist. With the press of a simple electric button, it swivels open, rotating at 90 degrees, to reveal an open synthetic teak deck, and 70% more living space.
The Graphene Jacket from VolleBak is two-sided, with one being coated with the wonder-material that is Graphene, and the other being super-stretch super-strength nylon. The reversible jacket can be worn both ways, giving it the ability to absorb and handle heat in unusual ways. According to physicists at the Max Planck Institute, graphene has the ability to store unlimited amounts of heat, making the jacket practically a radiator that you can wear in the cold!
Designed by Bret Recor & Kenneth Young of Box Clevert, to be the world’s first portable bidet, Sonny is practically the size and shape of a baton and can be stored anywhere or carried around with you. Using a battery-powered motor and an internal water tank that you can top off before you head to the loo, Sonny generates a micro-shower to help you clean up after your business, effectively, hygienically, and sustainably.
Designed by Padwa Design, Olga Kravchenko & Yehuda Azoulay, the Link shoes present a very unique approach to footwear. Just step into the soles and they automatically hug your feet, securing themselves in place. Without any upper cladding, the Link feels quite like walking barefoot. They allow your feet to remain ventilated, and providing all the freedom of movement and security you’d get from a pair of sneakers, but with the airy feel of flip-flops.
Ayush Singh Patel’s OnePlus Bullet truly wireless earphones double up as a fashion accessory! Rather than be confined in a case, where they hide from view, these conceptual earphones sit around your neck, magnetically attached to a chain, giving the earbuds a more fashion-forward approach in a rather direct sense
The 3Dsimo MultiPro is a pen-shaped tool that is literally a designer’s best friend, helping them prototype, and create in ways never envisioned before. The 3Dsimo MultiPro is basically a pen-tool with interchangeable heads. The heads let you drill, engrave, burn-etch, solder, 3D print, screw-unscrew, and even cut. The 3Dsimo MultiPro was designed to be the smallest workshop ever made.
Designed by Sarang Sheth, Project Stream is a visualized concept of Google’s patent design. It helps integrate quite a few community features into the gaming experience. For starters, since you’re gaming on the cloud and having the game streamed to you in realtime, you can stream your game to other people too. The controller has a chat/voice button built into it, aside from a Stream button, home button, options button, and your regular control sticks, action keys, a directional pad, shoulder buttons, and triggers.
Aura, designed by Vince Wang, transforms the humble laptop into an ultra-portable, productivity station! So, you may be asking yourself how it functions without a screen, well that’s all down to the rather clever Eye-tracking Infrared Illuminators that locate eye-details and reflection patterns to project the image directly onto the user’s retinas! There is also a concave keyboard with Glow Thru keys that have been paired with an adaptive input service for maximum productivity!
Designed to help you get a more holistic view of your body, vitals, and internal organs, RaDoTech is a simple hand-held device that can, in a span of 5 minutes, help you perform a full-body scan to see how healthy you are on the inside. Bring it in contact with certain acupressure points on your body, and the RaDoTech reads electrical currents to judge the health of your internal organs.
The DoBox Mini now turns your iOS device into a powerhouse of sorts. Ports on the DoBox Mini become ports you can use with your iOS device. You can plug a USB Mouse, Keyboard, an HDMI-connected display, or even a USB Drive or SD Card, and they all become accessible via your smartphone or tablet.
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