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Reverso

…This range of multifunctional occasional tables eschews the usual the 4 legs for panels of 3 with the main support structure highlighted in bright red. The design allows free-from arrangement. Turn them on their sides to create whole new spaces and configurations. If you don’t move them around, you could potentially used the red support leg as a cool asymmetrical book shelf. Designer: Cédric Ragot…

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Questions to ask a product design candidate

…the clapping mechanism instead of a simple ‘like,’ which lots of folks considered quite controversial. She said every publication or story published here is a performance, and a good performance should be recognized with a million claps. Such a response is a perfect example of someone with a knack for good product thinking. 9. You start working on a new desktop/mobile/web app. What are your first steps? Why you should ask: It’s sort of a dual che…

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The Shake-before-use external charger

…l dynamo. Give it a few good shakes and you’ve got juice for your phone or tablet! Of course you can charge it the traditional way too (via MicroUSB), but that’s too boring. The form-factor features a cylinder with an intersecting cuboid. On the front of the cuboids are two outputs and one input. It also has an LED matrix that displays the power bank’s battery in a percentage format so you can see the power build up when you shake the gadget aroun…

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Your Very Own Personalized Fragrance!

…electing the type of fragrance they would like, the five capsules housed inside Blow will mix a unique scent for the user. Unlike traditional perfume bottles which are suited to only spraying a specific concentrated area at a time, Blow uses a fine, delicate mist to dispense the scent, allowing for a far broader coverage. All of this advanced technology is housed within a minimal and compact body that would look right at home on your dressing tabl…

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Getting It Clean Alright

…electromagnets within the ball and the body of the cleaner to separate the two parts. The ball attracts fur and dust. As the ball is rolled across the floor, the fur and dust gathers inside the wand in a holding area. It is silent, comfortable to use, and easy to empty. Designers: Lee Hyelynn, Seok Juwon, Sin Junho & Yoon Jisu…

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Melts in Your Brain, Not in Your Hand

…heimer’s and other developmental ailments. The headgear’s made to be comfortable with the head, with foam padding all around. Concave earpiece for the most simple form of hearing aid. Speaker Prompter for spoken commands for the games. Concave earpieces also work with the speaker vents, which, inside the earpieces, are then amplified. Indication lights similar to the original WiiMote. The visor – on the other hand, is basically a slightly modified…

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Print-a-Beemer

…the BMW i-3/60° isn’t its futuristic yet viable appearance. It’s what’s inside! The vehicle’s construction consists of layered structural elements that were designed to ease transportation while maintaining structural integrity. After building the shell, the remaining exterior and accessory parts are chosen from a 3D-printable catalogue for the user’s complete customization. Check out the vid for the full 360°! Designer: Han Yong-Fei Video_1 from…

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Hybrid Inclusive Mobility?

…nd hands-free. The design comes with two main hubless wheels and two retractable rear wheels. The rear wheels (almost like a plane’s landing gear) remain outside before and after the ride. However, while in-transit, they retract inwards, so that you ride using only the main hubless wheels on each foot. Think of it as a split hover board, but Volkswagen style. Each roller comes with a hard-plastic shoe that you slide your feet into. Maybe one day d…

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