Tag Archives: object

KALON


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Designer: Pierre-Marie BAGOT

Categories: Kitchen Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: The knife comes in freeze block slot and thus gives the illusion that it is celui- thereof which cut the wooden object , wood visually loses its density approaching that of the bun . 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 →

trakkies


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Designer: trakkies

Category: Gadgets| Technology

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: Nodes are tiny microcomputers that make your objects smart. So smart, that they can warn you when you are about to leave something behind. They can even watch themselves and give an alarm when they’re touched and you are not around. You can connect anything, from keys, wallets, bags, laptops, whatever you want.

The best thing? You can even get a notification when you leave your phone behind, because every node has a display and a speaker.

trakkies come in 2 varieties. trakkies.micro is designed for extended range (up to 180m) and battery life. trakkies.tagg is designed to be small and affordable enough to fit anywhere, and put on anything.

Visit This Concept At trakkies

Gloveone – Feel Virtual Realtiy


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Overview: Gloveone enables users to feel and touch any virtual object that they can see on the screen or in their VR headsets. If a virtual apple is shown on the screen, with Gloveone you will be able to feel its shape or weight, sense all of its physical features, and even smash it!

It is all about translating touch sensations into vibrations. There are 10 actuators distributed along the palm and fingertips of Gloveone, which vibrate independently at different frequencies and intensities, reproducing accurate touch sensations.

You can back this project at Gloveone | Kickstarter

Designer: NeuroDigital Technologies

Backtrack – Sound Memory Recorder


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Overview: Tchotchkes, photos & other tangible objects are all effective when it comes to reflecting on our memories, but what if you could hear your memories rather than see them? The Backtrack concept explores this alternative sensory approach to preserving memories. Equipped with GPS, the device detects the user’s location & records audio when specified. Users then define the precise emotion they were feeling at the moment. The device saves each recording with an “emotional tag” that can then be shared on social media to let others in on the sound of your experience!

Designer: Maria Romero Pérez