Archive for the ‘Concept future’ Category
The design is founded on a simple principle that water pressure around the pipe will push through the purifying levels, producing drinkable water with hardly any effort. The Source of Water concept should assist all those in need obtain clean water easily and quickly. The person just has to drop the tubular filtration system in the center of the mix inside the buoyant ring and eliminate whenever complete.
Dental Paper Dispenser Concept by Kim Jiyeon, Han Juhee & Park Youngwoo is your toothpaste substitute while on-the-go. You can call the idea a conceptual toothpaste paper, since this particular tool will dispense paper-like toothpaste for your own convenience in brushing your teeth while traveling. Brushing my teeth is a routine that I won’t ever forget to do within the morning and at night. Nonetheless, when I travel and have for you to carry toothpaste in my luggage, I always worry that the tube may possibly rupture creating mess even though I always wrap the idea with a plastic bag. This product has been designed to be the dehydrated and compressed form of toothpaste exactly where each strip is perforated with holes to enable it catches the particular bristles of a toothbrush. The transparent section might be used to check on how much paper is actually left inside.
Designed by Danish coffee-machine-maker Scanomat, the Top Brewer consists of a tap that can simultaneously dispense up to three types of liquid (such as coffee and cream), which runs down to an aluminum-bodied brew unit, that is enclosed inside the Top Brewer cabinet. You’d just shuffle into the kitchen in the morning, and grab a cappuccino in the same way that you’d usually get a glass of water from the tap in the sink – that said, it probably wouldn’t be a good idea to put your mouth right up to the coffee tap. Unlike traditional coffee-makers, which draw power continuously to keep the coffee hot, the Top Brewer shuts off completely when not serving up Java.
The Tooth Guardian is a concept designed by Yu-Hsin Lin, Chu-Che Chang and Shang-Hsuan Lu, to help cut down on unwanted dentist visits by integrating a camera system into your toothbrush. An LED light on the brush illuminates your mouth, a micro CCD captures what’s going on inside, and a UV light sterilizes your toothbrush when you’re done. The camera takes a look at your chompers while you brush, and displays an image of what it sees on your bathroom mirror – the idea is that you would see where you’re missing in your daily brushing routine, or be able to catch things like cavities early.
The Windowfarms system downsizes and personalizes veggie growing by placing an indoor farm in the window. The first system was made using recycled plastic water bottles, had an upper and lower reservoir that funneled nutrient-enriched liquid down through martini cups to the plants below, and produced 25 plants. The original plastic-bottle-based, do-it-yourself hydroponics system design has been available for a while now but the developers are getting ready to make a new, improved kit version available. The Windowfarms indoor farm allows the crops to take full advantage of the light available at the window, assisted by personal living space climate control, and regularly feeds the roots with organic liquid soil.
For some, their search is ease by having very unique luggage or special markings such as a ribbon tied onto it. “Tag Finder”, is not just your ordinary luggage tag. This is a pretty awesome concept. Consists of a 2 part device based on RF technology; it alerts the user when both the tags are in close proximity of each other. Secure the tag part of the “Tag Finder” on your luggage handle, clip the finder part on your passport and check in your luggage. When at the luggage conveyor belt, as the Tag & Finder comes within range of each other, a beep would be emitted, alerting the user that his/ her luggage is here and identified.
Lumi nube is a new lighting what has the form of pillow. And it can be controlled with i-pad & i-phone, you can turn on & off with their timer or alarm. During the connection it charges i-pod & i-phone.
Designer: Takanori Matsukobo
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
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.