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  • Touch Me Michael, I Drive Just for You
    By on December 1st, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Touch Me Michael, I Drive Just for You
    You love light-up cars, right? You want your car to stick-out and keep the streets bright, right? How would you like your car to be uniquely coded to open and activate based on your touch- your fingerprints and more? Ask Enache Florin to hand the plans over. Here is the Peugeot Touch. Designer Enache Florin keeps your car private, maybe: [The Peugeot Touch] has a light weight body that in some areas, like the doors, are placed touch-sensitive sensors and finger recognition. [These sensors ensure that] only the owner can use the car. Everything is opened [and activated] by touch. The lights com...
  • The “8″ Challenges the Modern Handheld Communicat...
    By on November 25th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    The “8″ Challenges the Modern Handheld Communication Device Community… or Does it?
    With the Weird on the rise, is there any room for flip phones and extra-small touchscreens? Kyung-Ryul Lim + Miyeon Kim have designed the 8, a handheld communication device which makes use of two flip-up touch-screens with video, telephone, dictionary, and undoubtedly many other programs. Is there a market? KyungRyul Lim and Miyeon Kim design moving parts: The mobile phone has dual touch screen and 8 shape frame which help to move dual touch screen. Moveable dual touch screen is easy to use and has various functions according to its shapes. It can be used electronic dictionary by moving touch ...
  • Compenion – Visionary Personal Computer System ...
    By on November 24th, 2008 | 2 Comments2 Comments Comments
    Compenion – Visionary Personal Computer System by Felix Schmidberger
    Based on a personal computer that accompanies you through your day and context-oriented docking stations at personal spaces like in the office or at home. Those stations are matching the needs of the user in their particular surrounding, like home entertainment in the living room or conferences and multi-tasking at the office.The computer itself is a OLED-touchscreen slider, with a second hidden touchscreen underneath. This way, it gives you a similar working experience as with a 2-monitor setup. It is controlled per hand or via a senstylus pen, that you can use like a normal pen or twist it a...
  • The Mac is Back with a Double-Dose of Glass Phone Sty...
    By on November 24th, 2008 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    The Mac is Back with a Double-Dose of Glass Phone Style Design
    These would definitely need protective cases to make it through a day in my pocket, or any other regular human-being for that matter. And with a full-glass (and a little bit of plastic) construction, I wouldnt be using it on anything but pure-pc-clean-hands days. On the other hand, they are just gorgeous, as per usual. Oh, and they are dubbed Glassy Glassy phones by Funamizu. Not to be mistaken for the Gassy Gassy phones which Im in the process of making, lols. Designer: Mac FunamizuTweet Incoming search terms for the article:dose of glass phone style design (7)mac glass phone (3)Double-D...
  • A Phone That’s Not Afraid to Mess with Water
    By on October 24th, 2008 | 3 Comments3 Comments Comments
    A Phone That’s Not Afraid to Mess with Water
    Among the grievous wrongs done by touchscreen technology, the worst is its disregard for tactile feedback. Without the pleasant sensation of a button being pressed, we are woefully incapable of using any gadget without complete visual attention. This Nokia concept tries to right this wrong by using a small pump to fill a substrate beneath the screen that gives our fingers something to feel and press. Maybe now I can finally type out these posts while driving to work without having to put my coffee in the cup holder. Designer: Rune LarsenTweet Incoming search terms for the article:a pho...
  • PSP 2 Makes Pocket Bulges Almost R-rated
    By on October 24th, 2008 | 3 Comments3 Comments Comments
    PSP 2 Makes Pocket Bulges Almost R-rated
    Sony just barely updated the PSP but designer Tai Chiem is already thinking about the next iteration. His design calls for a flexible OLED display that can be conveniently rolled. An electric charge powering the display stiffens it while providing near bezeless prime real estate for gaming. Stereo speakers on either side double as a jog wheel and camera control. He also envisages Sony finally implementing two joysticks. Pipe dream or not, it’s sexy and lives up to its name; it don’t get any more portable than this. Designer: Tai ChiemTweet Incoming search terms for the arti...
  • Trod the Untrodden Path! GeoCane and Upward!
    By on October 24th, 2008 | 2 Comments2 Comments Comments
    Trod the Untrodden Path! GeoCane and Upward!
    Presenting the best way to get lost in a walking stick. The GeoCane by Felix Hardmood Beck takes the idea of a divining rod and finds you some great adventure in the great hiking pilgrimage. Stamping the ground creates a path that noone else has followed, creating a unique experience for you, the final and last one true highlander.Designer Felix Hardmood Beck puts it like this: “The goal of this project was to translate the central aspects and values of the pilgrimage into a digital object a new interpretation of the traditional walking-cane: The GeoCane. This new cane shows various ...
  • Idea for new technology phone version
    By on October 24th, 2008 | 2 Comments2 Comments Comments
    Idea for new technology phone version
    I don’t know what it is about Apple fanboys, but they can’t stand to see good design without their beloved logo glowing affectionately on the back. The designer, Mac Funamizu, drew on the Nokia Aeon to design a phone he would like to have, complete with Apple’s standard livery. Using a nondescript tactile feedback technology, its surface adapts to different purposes while the e-ink screen envelops the phone in graphics and information.Designer: Mac FunamizuTweet Incoming search terms for the article:newtecknology phone (1)...