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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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Aumi – Reinventing the Night Light


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Overview: Aumi is the smartest Night Light you’ll ever own. It’s a Bluetooth enabled, portable, multi-colored nightlight that you control with your smart phone or tablet.

Turn the light on or off, choose from over 16 million color options, set it to automatically turn on when dark, set timers to dim or turn off, Use the aluminum bezel or the app to adjust the brightness, get notifications such as texts or calls, have Aumi stay on when the power goes out, unplug and use it as accent lighting.

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Designer: Mitch Thompson

Holus – The Interactive Tabletop Holographic Display


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Overview: Holus is a tabletop holographic platform that converts any digital content from a computer, tablet or smartphone into a 3D hologram. To put it simply, whether it is a board game, DNA structure or the solar system, your content comes alive – view it from four different angles and interact with it in ways that have never been possible.

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Designer: hplustech

SlatePro – Personal TechDesk


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Overview: From the maker of the Slate Mobile AirDesk (we’re obsessed with it) comes a big brother version called the SlatePro. It fits any size computer or laptop and has multiple display docks for all your phone or tablet devices too! The air vents provide constant cooling for your laptop and other tech products. Plus, it has a heavy duty mousepad that sits flush against the surface. There’s even a recessed cup holder to avoid any water damage to your devices!

Designer: Nathan Mummert

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!

FEATURE LIST:

Tablet

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

Pen

  • 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