Tag Archives: phone

nipi


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Designer: nipi Coolers

Categories: Technology Outdoor

Year: Present-2020

Overview: nipi is more than a cooler! it is a charging hub for your phone/tablet! Continue reading →

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CydeKick Pro


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Designer: Spinetics

Categories: Technology Transportation Outdoor

Year: Present-2020 

Overview:The CydeKick Pro is a self-powered, add-on bicycle generator that converts a cyclist’s motion into electrical energy for charging your phone and powering your lights. Continue reading →

ExtraVerso


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Designer: Flavio & Benedetto

Categories: Cellphones Technology Product Design

Year: Present-2020 

Overview: The innovative material has the suction effect on flat and glassy surfaces, but isn’t sticky at all to hands or pockets, and doesn’t attract dust.  Continue reading →

Kick Scooter


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Designer: Céline Venet

Categories: Product DesignTechnology Transportation

Year: 2021-2030

Overview: The concept of this three-wheeled electric kick scooter is to rethink urban mobility, in order to improve accessibility to the city in a pleasurable and easy way.

Three wheels give more stability, even at low speed and with an electric motor in the rear wheel it is both fun and effortless to ride. With all the compactness and portability of a classic scooter, it is a must in the city.

The design is sporty: crisp lines are combined with subtle and elegant volumes. It is equipped with LED lights front and rear. Every function is fully integrated into the design and there is even a dock in the handlebars to connect your mobile phone.  With a dedicated application, it can display all the necessary information: speedometer, battery, GPS

Sphericam 2


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Designer: Sphericam

Categories: Technology | Cameras | Gadgets

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: Sphericam 2 is a spherical, 360º camera that allows you to capture absolutely everything around you in high resolution without any blind spots. You can watch the resulting videos on a VR Headset (like Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard) or on your iPad, tablet, PC or mobile phone.

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