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The Porter


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Designer: LDR

Category: Bags

Year: Present-2020

Overview: As female executives on the go, Sarah and Nickole experienced firsthand the great need for tech accessories that accentuate personal taste and Continue reading →

SIVIL – The Best Workout Shirt Ever Made


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Overview: Using revolutionary CoolCore powered technology, the shirts utilize the moisture from your body to create a prolonged cooling and excelled drying effect never seen before.

The uniquely engineered fabric uses a multiplicity of fibers that create a capillary system, wicking away moisture from the skin, circulating the moisture throughout the entire garment, and regulating the rate of evaporation before releasing the molecules into the atmosphere. The fibers, coupled with a proprietary fabric construction, provide maximum cooling capability beyond what today’s leading competitive fabrics exhibit.

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Designer: Will and Vince Simon

Vufin – A Handsfree Wearable Display


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Overview: People carry around so much technology every day and it’s only getting more powerful. However, as useful as technology can be, there will always be a need to interface with information while your hands do the real work. This technology is smart enough, you just need new ways to experience it.

Vufine is a wearable display, not a computer, so there is no camera, no operating system and no confusing user interfaces to learn. Because the focus is on the display, the resolution is superior to similar devices like Google Glass or Recon Jet. Boasting a 720p high-definition display, the picture quality is crisp enough to read text and enjoy videos. Vufine allows you to experience real-life picture-in-picture with your favorite applications!

Vufine can connect to anything capable of outputting a 720p HDMI signal using a special, thin HDMI cable so you can plug in and go without worrying about latency issues or a rapidly draining battery. It attaches to a wide variety of user glasses with a magnetic docking station for added adjustability and stability. Plus, it makes it incredibly simple to put on and take off so that you can easily pocket it when not in use.

Vufine facilitates your favorite activities as an extension of your technology, not some overreaching replacement. So free up your hands and take full advantage of the technology you already own — plug in and get out there!

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Designer: Vufine

Doppel


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Overview: doppel is performance-enhancing wearable technology. It can naturally make you feel more alert or relaxed on demand using the innate human response to rhythm.

doppel is a new breed of wearable technology. It is not about monitoring your body or sending bleeping emails and alerts. It is about changing how you feel. doppel is technology that works with your body to give you tangible benefits in your everyday life.

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Designer: Team Turquoise

Ilumineat


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Overview: Ilumineat is made of Graphene and OLED technology, which makes it lightweight and malleable. It is powered by flexible solar cells located on the reverse of the canvas. It has been designed to accompany the user through the whole process of cooking to the final presentation before eating, being a powerful assistant and a smart kitchen tablecloth.
When cooking, you’ll be able to choose the dishes you like from anywhere in the world, learning how to prepare them through step-by-step videos to reach an excellent result.
After the preparation comes the presentation of your gastronomic masterpiece. When you put the plate on the Ilumineat, the canvas recognizes the dish and displays a short animation in relation to it. The plate is illuminated and the images fade softly into a background color.
Finally, it’s time to eat! While you enjoy your dish, you will see how it links to this interactive tablecloth, creating an instance of harmony between the two. So relax and let Ilumineat do the work.

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Designer: Camila Labarthe