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OneBarCo.


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Designer: OneBarCo.

Category: Accessories & Fashion

Year: Present-2020

Overview:  A tie bar product that will provide consumers with the ability to purchase a variety of tie bar designs for an affordable price. Continue reading →

FOLLOWER


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Designer: Kangpyo Hong

Categories: HealthProduct DesignRoboticsTechnology

Year: 2041-2050

Overview: Motivated by robot cleaner, Follower is movable air-purifier without disturbing people by moving on the ceiling. Continue reading FOLLOWER

T.brush – Coolest Electric Toothbrush


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Overview: Dot Company is a team of innovators that have observed that dental care products have started lagging behind in the world of product design and personalization. They feel the big companies are producing new products but with the same old boring designs that the consumers, who are interested in personalized and contemporary design, find dull and uninteresting. T.brush is reinventing the art of toothbrush design by providing a compact and lightweight electric toothbrush, personalized to several styles and designs, with an overall performance better than the leading products in the market.

Battery Life – custom designed lithium polymer battery delivers 70% longer battery life than comparable brushes and takes 3 times less to reach full charge.

Perfect Travel mate – 60% more compact and lightweight than comparable brushes, with its universal voltage and USB travel charger allow it to be used anywhere in the world.

Technology –  uses oscillate-and-rotate technology, proven to be the most effective cleaning method, removing 100% more plaque than a manual toothbrush. A custom designed motor that delivers 9000 rotations per minute, and for that prefect dental clean it has 5 brushing modes, 2 min timer and quadpacer

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Designer: Dot Company

Electrolux Hub


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Overview: Based on the convergence of consumer technology used by children, Electroluxhub is an educational cooking experience in an augmented reality environment. At the core of the design is the notion of virtual progression by earning experience points to advance in levels and unlock further recipes. Augmented reality engages children in ways that traditional methods cannot, the user can have a more immersive cooking experience with their Electrolux buddy, share progress with friends to see who can become Masterchef!

The system encourages development and education by rewarding the child with experience points (XP) as they complete recipes, the more XP they earn, the more recipes they can unlock. With seasonal dishes and bonus weekends, there’s plenty of opportunity for children to learn and most importantly, have fun doing so!

Wanna know more? Visit Electrolux Hub

Designer: Angelo D’Onofrio

Nutrima


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Overview: The Nutrima Kitchen Scale concept combines piezoelectricity with smart and flexible technologies, making consumers more aware of food and it’s quality.

In the urbanizing world, we cannot take fresh, pure and healthy food as granted. Nowadays fresh and healthy ingredients are highly appreciated and the trend of cooking together is growing rapidly, yet even the most aware consumers cannot always tell whether the food they eat is fresh, healthy, or pure from toxins. This is a real concern especially for those with limited food supplies, funds, strict special diets or little children. Nutrima allows consumers to choose between alternatives by their actual qualities, allowing them to prepare the healthiest meal possible.

Before use, Nutrima is charged by bending repetitiously, creating enough electric charge for the scale to operate for the time needed.

Along with weight, it analyzes the food’s or ingredient’s weight, basic nutritional information (energy, protein, carbohydrates and fat content), freshness level, and cautions the user of high levels of the most common toxins, such as mercury. Nutrima can also be used as a traditional kitchen scale when measuring ingredients in a bowl.

Wanna know more? Visit Nutrima

Designer: Janne Palovuori