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Scanadu Scout


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Designer: Scanadu

Categories: Gadgets TechnologyMedical

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Scanadu Scout™ is designed to be a medical grade Tricorder® using your smartphone and Bluetooth LE to emulate an Continue reading →

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Inspira


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Designer: Pablo Luchino

Categories: AppliancesKitchenProduct Design | Technology

Year: 2041-2050

Overview: Usually an analogy can be made between their primary function and an existing object, for example “kitchen” and then “portable” or “solar” is the innovation. But how do we do if we have more functions? Continue reading →

Blade Yacht


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Overview: A totally unique superyacht, with panoramic windows, shell doors, in-out swimming pool. This yacht has a generous pool, extended at the infinity end by a decorative waterfall and equipped with a current generator. There is the option of a rising pool floor to extend available deck for banquets and parties.

The dining room caters for up to 20 guests in banquet configuration. Additionally, there is a smaller dining area catering for up to 12 guests, and set-up to double as a conference area. Both these facilities are available at the main deck adjacent to a dedicated library and writing room/IT room.

The yacht is equipped with a variety of offices, including a ship’s office, owner office, guest writing room and adjoining secretary’s room, ship’s office communications and navigation, staff office, etc.

There is a dedicated cinema room which can convert to an additional private saloon.

In addition to a spectacularly large guest gymnasium surrounding the glass walls of the transparent pool sides, there are steam room, sauna, massage, hair and nail and medical facilities, as well as “his and hers” changing areas. Further, there is a dedicated crew gymnasium.

There is a helipad facility at the foredeck.

The yacht has a total of 11 double guest cabins, so potentially can cater for up to 22 guests. The owner’s cabin is sited in an exclusive owner’s deck, and enjoys his and hers changing rooms and bathrooms, as well as a private owner’s lounge. There is also a spectacular full beam VIP cabin with his and hers changing rooms and bathrooms. Six of the guest cabins can be consolidated, such that rather than just a cabin with attached ensuite bathroom, they would also end up with an integral private saloon and additional his or hers ensuite bathroom. All other guest cabins also have generous ensuite bathrooms. Additionally, there are 14 double crew cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms, catering for up to 28 crew.

In addition to the pool, there is a spectacular hot tub/Jacuzzi at the owner’s deck, as well as a further Jacuzzi within the VIP quarters.

This quite unique yacht was conceived by Ken Freivokh Design in response to an enquiry from Dunya Yachts with the stated intent of achieving the optimum layout and facilities possible at the size whilst retaining a strong and bold appearance quite distinct from the current crop of more conventional yachts in the 85 to 95m bracket.

The purposeful look is a direct result of developing large panoramic glass on key internal spaces, to achieve a powerful balance between the steel structure and the transparency of the glazed curtain walls and bulwarks.

The yacht has been conceived to truly open to the sea – key real estate areas at the lower decks are devoted to the enjoyment of the water, garaging of an amazing collection of tenders and toys, large expanses of beach and gym facilities which open on all sides with shell doors creating extended bathing platforms – all surrounding an all glass swimming pool spanning two decks.

Whilst handsome guest facilities have been created to offer a wide variety of saloons, conference areas, office and IT dedicated areas, secretarial facilities and entertainment and sport areas over two decks, the higher decks provide a number of more private saloons and finally, the owners enjoy a 100% private top deck, with 360 degree views all round. The owners stateroom is completely private, enjoying forward and side views, whilst the associated owner and family saloon opens to a private deck aft. A further saloon can be accessed at bridge deck level.
In addition to 13m and 10m Pascoe limousine tenders, there is also provision for a Pascoe 7.5m tender and 6.2m rescue and utility tender, in addition to garaging for jetskis and other water toys. The transport facilities are further enhanced by a helipad forward and more than 50m of docking facilities which make this unique yacht a great entertainment and partying platform.
Technically, the yacht is a veritable tour de force, with dedicated computer and monitoring areas, and the efficient propulsion package provides excellent speed and range, further enhance by the extended waterline length extended by the elegant and purposeful plumb bow.

Designer: Dunya Yachts & Ken Freivokh Design

The Angell Unit


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Overview: While highly effective, the vast majority of emergency vehicles like firetrucks and ambulances are so large that they’re limited in the places they can go. For these hard to reach areas, there’s the Angell Unit. Meant to be supplemental to the arsenal of emergency vehicles, it’s loaded with a variety of firefighting and medical tools to provide fast reconnaissance and preliminary support, especially in isolated areas. As an added bonus, it looks badass!

Designer: Marty Laurita

Climatology Tower


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Overview: If you feel ill, you seek medical help… right? So why not provide our “sick” and polluted urban environments with the same attention? The Climatology Tower was designed as a research center that evaluates urban meteorology and corrects the environment with technological engineering. Look at it like a giant humidifier/air-purifier for your city. It also monitors things like radiation, insolation and thermal coverage, notifying the public for awareness and city departments to help maintain healthier environments.

Designers: Yuan-Sung Hsiao, Yuko Ochiai, Jia-Wei Liu, & Hung-Lin Hsieh