Archive for September 2011 | Monthly archive page
Make the urban gardening easier and more successful. Let the plants express their needs. The pack is composed of: one light detector, one water detector and one temperature detector.
Designer: Elodie DELASSUS
The concept “whatatree” is a project which was born from the idea of taking nature to your home, but especially of generating a new experience with the product shower.
Designers: Hansel Schloupt and Pol Trias Coca
All of the equipment is concealed in elegant body with touch sensitive surface and backlit dot-matrix display. This idea of home entertainment centre involves 69″ flatscreen , Blu-ray player with 10 CD changer ( inspired by famous BeoSound 9000 CD player ) and of course set of high-end speakers. After being turned-on, simple minimalistic cube turns into high-end audio/video home system.
Designer: Juraj Nevolnik
The unconventional form of the machine; a rectangular closet-style rack that fits in tight spaces. Amazing idea; separate compartments for the boxer shorts, socks and towels have been considered. This machine tries to do, is cut down a few steps in the washing process so that you can just load in a rack full of stale, stinky shirts and bring out a lineup of fresh no-ironing needed stack.
Designer: Won Suk Lee
Glocke is a unique cradle for an MP3 player and is inspired by the Korean Buddhist Bell. So when you dock the MP3 player on this device, it amplifies the low sound using the glass cylinder and glossy plastic body to full effect. The LED lamps are cute and glow according to the volume of the music. The bell works on the principle of resonance and amplifies sound, spreading its outreach.
Obsessively designed and crafted from premium materials, TikTok +LunaTik complement the impeccable quality of Apple products. TikTok + LunaTik simply transform the iPod Nano into the world’s coolest muti-touch watches.
Developed by Colorado-based tech firm Orbotix, Sphero is a self-propelled rolling ball that users remotely control via Bluetooth, using an app on their smartphone. Of all the products on display at CES 2011 in Las Vegas, one that drew a particularly large number of spectators was … a ball. It juices up by sitting in an included induction charger, and works with both iOS and Android devices. Internal LED lights glow through shell, and can be user-adjusted to take on any one of thousands of possible colors. Besides the standard tilt, tap and touch-based directional controls, it also includes an on-screen “boost” button, that gives it a burst of power to climb over things such as carpet edges.
Green Noise tries to harness the power of loud sounds and directly generates electricity through it. Green Noise features powerful microphones that allow it to generate electricity even in the harshest of weather and environments, while still having a easily maintainable design. Aimed to be used on runways and highways, these small gadgets are placed among the road and sense even the smallest of sounds. Green Noise would be the perfect gadget for an electrical car- instead of searching for specific stations, the driver could easily get out and charge anywhere.
iWallet is the high tech cash and credit card wallet that encompass quite a lot of innovative features and facility that make it highly sought after security system today. Developed as a result of years of effort and perfection by eminent engineers working in projects with NASA, iwallets comes in an elegant hard case construction, just ideal to store your imperative credit cards, past port photos, personal information and other critical data safely. iWallet is your portable safe that cannot be accessed by any one else than you alone as it recognizes one single finger print- only the fingerprint of its ‘owner’.