Discover is a handheld navigation tool designed for the blind that goes beyond the limitations of Braille maps, allowing users to “feel” their surroundings.
The story goes that in the 18th and early 19th century, men typically wore pocket watches and wristwatches were meant for women.
Electric cables and wires can get messy around the utility poles, posing a fire hazard. To ensure that the cables stay streamlined and accountable, the Doughnut Pole offers a great solution.
There’s nothing worse than an awkwardly quiet dinner! On that note, there’s nothing that will kill the aesthetic vibe of a room quicker than ugly electronics.
The Barisieur is an alarm clock that will wake you up with a bespoke cup of coffee right when you need it most.
The Clamp Series of customizable rings by Drilling Lab translates factory aesthetic into fashion accessory!
It would be so easy to have your own vegetable patch to source fresh veggies and herbs from. There are two main obstacles though: lack of space and lack of a green thumb.
Researches have shown that myopia at young ages is usually caused by the failure of keeping adequate distance between the book and the eyes when writing and reading.
We usually consider ATV’s to be testosterone-fueled tuff stuff, and this quad is no exception, but you might find its aesthetic inspiration surprisingly soft!
Modeled on an abandoned stretched Eames Fiberglass Shell Armchair at the Henry Ford Museum, the design imagines the lost prototype reborn using the most modern materials with the most traditional methods.
Grrrr.. there’s nothing more annoying than calling a customer service number only to wait on hold before being transferred to a robot that can barely understand you!
Zero Waste is a body scanning and 3D printing unit that recycles old clothes to the latest trends. The first round of raw material needs to be bought and there after all you need to do is scan your body, pick your style from the design feed and get a brand new 3D Printed outfit.
Modeled on the basis of how an ant works in the ant farm, the Ant-bot is a robotic home cleaner. It cleans up messes and works autonomous, however you can define certain areas that need extra sprucing via the dedicated pointer.
There’s little to dislike about the simplicity of a single bulb pendant, but if you’re not into the raw industrial look, the Root socket is the perfect way to warm it up!
It’s a box! It’s a shelf! No… it’s Cubby! — the simple way to get convenient wall storage. Each Cubby features a recessed back panel and keyhole that ensure it mounts flush against the wall, an removable window that protects items, and a simple lid for quick access.
Both solidThinking Inspire & solidThinking Evolve have grown to become tools that designers just can’t do without.
Few and far between we come across Samsung concepts and today we look into the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
This utilitarian e-Ink phone by FormNation was designed for those who have better things to do than flick angry birds and flying pigs!
As you might have guessed from the name, the Space Roam fixed gear bike looks to the universe for inspiration to break away from predictable design.
The Revolution series of freestanding stoves for the Bodart and Gonay brand comes in 3 versions, called Curve, Menta, and Skin, each providing sustained warmth and enduring coziness with a natural looking yet safely guarded flame.