Tag Archives: hand

SIGNEL – Electroluminescent Signaling Glove


Rate This Concept Now!

Overview: The ‘SIGNEL’ (Electroluminescent Signaling Glove for Urban Cycling) integrates an electroluminescent signaling area that follows the physiognomy of the hand. In lay terms it simply means that the gloves glow in the dark and provide illumination so that you can easily indicate your turns, even in pitch darkness.

Details:

  • A textile switch placed on the forefinger sends an electrical signal to the electroluminescent driver to activate a flashing turn signal.
  • It clearly communicates a left and right turn signal in the context of roadway traffic.

The SIGNEL is a Red Dot Award: Design Concept winner from 2014.

Designer: Sandra Chavarro

LEANO – Have a Chair Everywhere


Rate This Concept Now!

Overview: How many times have you wondered if there had been something like chair to put your back on and relax for a while when you’re out, maybe read a book or simply enjoy a fine weather with someone special? Well, believe me when I say, “LEANO’s got your back”, it really does. A simple product with a unique design, handcrafted benchwood frame, 19.3 inches wide and weighs even lighter than an iPad making it quite portable for you, well… That’s the point; it’s hard to roam around with a chair everywhere you go, but with LEANO, you can either hold it in your hand or even pack it in your bag. And the best part, it comes in a great variety of summer colours. So next time when you’re up for camping, hiking, festival or any other cool outdoor activity, don’t forget to grab a LEANO. Back this project at Kickstarter LEANO

Designer: LEANO