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MEMOME! USB Drive looks like a Post-it note, displays file contents using e-ink, without the need to plug into a computer
People nowadays are always in search of gadgets that are useful and uniquely designed. Take for example, the MEMOME! concept USB drive. It looks like a Post-it notepad, but with an added feature.
The USB drive is slightly curved to immitate a real post-it note pad. The device makes use of an e-ink, that allows it to display the file contents. It enables the user to check what are saved on it, without the having the plug it to a computer.
The MEMOME! was designed by Jui-Min Huang from the National Yunlin University of Science and Technology in Taiwan. His innovative concept was an entry to the iF concept design award 2012.View Article Source »
Concept solar powered car, features a dimpled roof to reduce drag and boosts car efficiency
French designer, Dimitri Bez has proposed a solar-powered concept car that showcases dimples, inspired by golf balls.
The Hexa car concept immitates the surface of a golf ball and optical cavity of its unique material. The car’s unique roof design reduces drag of the vehicle just like a surfboard or a golf ball and at the same time, promotes the efficiency of the solar powered vehicle, even on a cloudy day.
The car’s dimpled roof reduces heat transfer, allowing the vehicle to conserve solar energy.View Article Source »
Odor Menu is a braille menu that also provides the scent of food dishes
Ordering food in a restaurant is hard to do when you are blind. You can’t see what you are ordering and establishments don’t have a special menu specifically made for blind people. Luckily, two Asian designers have come up with a menu that makes it convenient for visually impaired individuals to order food.Read the rest of the article »
The DJ cooker lets you cook and control your tunes at the same time
Aspiring DJ’s can now multitask with a unique concept design created by Singapore-based designer Kevin Li Jinhui. The DJ Cooker is a hot plate/turntable hybrid that lets you cook and play tunes, simultaneously.
This unique kitchen appliance features a small control plate, where you can play music when you start cooking. Once the music plays you can hit the plate to create hip-hop rhythm or shake the pan.. This device can be loaded with music of your choice from the internet.
The DJ cooker lets you enjoy cooking while playing and composing rhythms at the same time.View Article Source »
Lampbrella concept, doubles as an umbrella canopy during rain
Mikhail Belyaev, a multidisciplinary designer from Russia has designed a streetlamp and umbrella concept that lets people take refuge during the rain.
The concept is coined as the Lamprella, features a rain and motion sensors, that opens up the umbrella canopy when it starts raining and closes when it stops.
Belyaev adds that his concept is useful during the times when people need to keep dry during a sudden surge of rain and large trees or sheds can be found.View Article Source »
‘Air Lair’ features a double decker seating pods that gives a passenger a private and more comfortable flying experience
Contour Aerospace, an airplane seat manufacturer, has teamed up wirh Factorydesign, a product design consultancy firm, to develop an airplane seat concept called “Air Lair”Read the rest of the article »
BMW i3 concept car has two fold-up i Pedelec bikes hidden it its trunk
Luxury car manufacturer, BMW has came up with the BMW i3 Concept car, their first ever premium electric vehicle.Read the rest of the article »
Although we may never see this one coming anytime soon, the idea of a laptop that folds into quarters is a neat idea nonetheless.
Here’s another conceptual design that might be interesting. In what seems to be Kyocera Echo’s distant relative, designer – Park Hyun Jin – unveils over at Yanko his conceptual rendition of the Fujitsu Lifebook X2. This laptop probably made for any doomsday scenario sports four folds, which can be folded into two orientations. We have the QWERTY Keyboard and what seems to be a mouse pad for the first two panels, then two screens for the remaining panels.
The two fold orientation transforms the lower screen into a QWERTY keypad. While the four fold orientation turns the two screens into one. No idea how that will pan out, especially since there will be a seam between the two screens. It’s an awesome design nonetheless. Again, this is just a concept and won’t necessarily see the light of day.
See the concept design after the break.Read the rest of the article »
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