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VINET – Innovative Vehicle Head-Up Display


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Designer: VINET

Categories:  TechnologyProduct Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: VINET is an innovative vehicle head-up display (HUD) that wirelessly connects to both your vehicle’s onboard computer and your smartphone. Continue reading →

Samsung Galaxy Gear Edge


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Designer: Kovacs Apor & Maform Design Studio

Categories: Watches Gadgets Technology Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Designed with multiple straps to match any outfit. You can attach your smartwatch to your seat belt and use it instead of any bluetooth device Continue reading →

Eddie – All In One Security Cam


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Designer: Eddie Corp

Categories: Technology Apps Cameras Gadgets

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Eddie will be there with you whenever you need it. Being so small and wearable you can put it anywhere while travelling, driving and parking your car. Continue reading →

Acura NSX


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Designer: Acura design studio

Category:  Automotive

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Powered by a hybrid drivetrain which utilizes a mid-mounted V6 and a unique 2 Electric Motor Drive Unit with a Bilateral Torque Adjustable Control System. The NSX will employ the company’s latest SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive) hybrid system. To boost both performance and fuel economy, the new Acura NSX concept makes use of lightweight materials.

Infiniti SYNAPTIQ


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Designer: John Sahs & Team

Category: Automotive | Technology | Product Design

Year: 2041 – 2050

Overview: The Infiniti SYNAPTIQ is a modular racing vehicle which is designed to compete on the track, off-road and in the air. The cockpit section of the vehicle remains the same, but the rest of the vehicle is swapped out for different racing environments.

The SYNAPTIC concept is designed to compete in a fictional future racing series called the A.R.C. Race, which sees competitors racing on a road course from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, they then convert the vehicle to an off-roader and speed off to the Grand Canyon. From there the vehicle is rebuilt yet again, this time as a high-performance aerobatic aircraft for the final leg of the race back to Los Angeles.

The driver/pilot of the Infiniti SYNAPTIQ controls the vehicle by way of the SYNAPTIQ S.U.I.T.(Symbiotic User Interface Technology), which is connected directly to the vehicle to make man and machine function as a single unit. The S.U.I.T. is woven with synthetic muscles that both enhance the driving experience and give tactile feedback to the driver. Inside the fuselage, liquid crystal canopies are enhanced with an augmented reality system and 3D displays that actively display relevant information for the pilot.