Posted: 21 Nov 2011 06:01 AM PST
As my landline telephone gathers dust each day, I wonder if the classy ‘Hello Tomorrow’ concept will tempt me to use it more often! The thing is that snazzy smartphones and competitive cellphone rates lure us to use them more than the desk phones. But with features like a touchscreen, intuitive functions and customization options like home or office; this iteration looks at reviving the grandeur of the good ‘ole desk phone.
Designer: FORM & DRANG
Posted: 21 Nov 2011 05:47 AM PST
Ever been in a situation where you have loaned your USB stick to someone and accidentally shared some sensitive files (maybe naughty pics) that were meant to be confidential? Human memory has this way of getting us into trouble! This may not be a problem anymore thanks to the brilliant Amoeba Modular USB Flash Drive. Simply unhook the ‘Private’ segment and share information safely!
Designer: Hyunsoo Song from SADI
Posted: 21 Nov 2011 01:13 AM PST
Focusing on the importance of ergonomics and overall comfort needed by astronauts, Designer Herald J. Ureña’s goal in designing this space-helmet was to humanize the head-gear and make it an extension of the wearer rather than a restrictive encapsulation.
Designer: Herald J. Ureña – Umaña
Posted: 21 Nov 2011 12:03 AM PST
It may not be flashy, shiny, dazzling, or obvious, but that’s exactly what’s so great about the Sponge lamp. Inspired by the sea sponge, these hand made clay pottery pieces provide a warm and inviting glow through a porous surface. Perfect for the beach home as a subtle maritime accent or any natural setting as a uniquely textured lighting element.
Designer: Miguel Ángel
Posted: 21 Nov 2011 12:01 AM PST
Gotta love these minimal LED desk lamps by Duck Image. The Bamboo Lamp combines natural wood and aluminum into one angular, cohesive unit while the Swan Lamp boasts an elegant curved, aluminum arm. With intuitive touch-sensors, both are as simple as they are easy to use. The housing of the lamps is designed to hide components like screws and wiring for a clean, seamless finish.
Designer: Duck Image
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Some New Innovations
Posted by Nithiy at 11:36:00 pm