Tag Archives: physical


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Designer: Kyle Linton and Suraaj Doshi

Categories: Medical Technology Apps

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Nicotrax is the first system to fully integrate strategies to address all three areas of addiction: mental, physical, and social. Continue reading Nicotrax



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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 →

LeanChair – The portable, reclining standing desk

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Overview: Working while standing up is a lot easier said than done. You can force yourself to do it, and fight through the physical pain, but that’s just part of the problem.

Prolonged standing is not normal, and your brain dedicates a lot of resources to a background process called “trying to get comfortable.” And that constantly diverts focus and attention away from your work.

And that’s before you get to the fact that standing up all day isn’t that good for you either.

LeanChair uses a reclining angle that takes about 25% of your bodyweight off your legs, which makes standing a lot easier and less painful.

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Designer: Wayne Yeager

Ledwork- Interactive Lightforms

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Overview: “ledwork” is a series of highly tangible, autonomous lights that respond to touch and movement. Connected together with magnets, they form a swarm of light in which new patterns emerge as the lights talk to each other and work in an ever-changing colorful harmony. This invites the user to observe, explore and construct new physical configurations while deepening the connection between object and user.

Designers: Teun Verkerk, Thomas Van Oekelen, Cees-Willem Hofstede, Tom Goijer

Wacom Ergos

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Overview: There’s no such thing as a “universal” drawing tablet that’s a good fit for everyone, but Ergos is a perfect match for entry-level graduates. The student-designed sketching tablet + accessory set takes into consideration the physical, organizational and cognitive ergonomics that are best suited for THEM, taken from their own experience. Innovations include: bluetooth connectivity, a buttonless pen with touch “hotkey,” and wearable ring for zooming just to name a few!



  • extended body for enhanced palm rest
  • Bluetooth connectivity (no wire tangles)
  • 3 angles of stand for ergonomic positions
  • battery life indicator


  • unique cross section for tripod grip
  • touch hotkey keyring (no more buttons)
  • pen shaped for optimum CG while sketching

Wearable Ring

  • zoom-in and zoom-out
  • 2 assignable hotkeys

Designers: Indrajeet Bakhale, Sumedh Vartak, Sagar Joshi, Hrushikesh Joshi, Syed Hamzauddin