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  • danni 21:48 on March 3, 2011
    Tags: concept, , speciality glass, vision   

    WGSN-Homebuildlife has posted a video on their blog that shows speciality glass brand, Corning’s vision for the future with specialty glass at the heart of it all – of course. Email can be accessed through mirrors, the morning news broadcasted from the kitchen table and refrigerators with digital photo frames. However, while watching it, I’m […]

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  • danni 16:34 on September 25, 2010
    Tags: bluetooth, concept, Infra-red, pico projector, The Seabird, wireless   

    Mozilla labs showcases their concept phone The Seabird. Crammed with lots of functions such as a 8.0MP camera, dual pico projectors, wireless charging and mini USB. I like the embedded Bluetooth/Infra-Red dongle that can be pulled out and used as a remote control to pan and zoom the screen. Source: Trendland

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    • Praca 02:58 on September 29, 2010 | Reply

      Though I didnt really like the placement for the projected keyboard, I would rather have it below the phone as single keyboard.

    • Mike 05:58 on September 29, 2010 | Reply

      Intesting concept presentation, love the CG – makes it seem like it’s almost there. However, just like the gesture-based interaction in Minority Report, there are still so many problems to overcome. Putting dreams in a video means that crowd-accelerated innovation (Chris Anderson) may make this happen sooner rather than later. Great stuff!

    • Phi Dinh 01:36 on October 1, 2010 | Reply

      Yeah I love it. The thing I like most about it is the screen almost goes all the way to the edge of the phone. The CG is really impressive, you can even see the textured ceiling on the reflection on the phone at the end… Thing is, where’s the reflection of the camera that is filming it? :P

  • danni 02:02 on July 24, 2010
    Tags: alcohol, concept, Surrealism   

    I love the work of Bompas & Parr – true experimenters and inventors of food-related experiences (they once created a walk-in cloud of breathable gin and tonic!). For an exhibition on Surrealism at London’s Barbican Art Gallery, they launched ‘Occult Jam’.  Turning the everyday, domestic pot of jam into a surreal object. Three flavours made with fruits […]

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  • danni 13:51 on February 11, 2008
    Tags: Chanel, concept, , , , zzzphone   

    Trend Hunter is all about mobile phones today: ‘build-your-phone’ from http://www.zzzphone.com (basic price: US$149/£76.51) sliding glass concept conceived for Chanel the smell-emitting Nokia Scentsory

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  • danni 13:35 on December 18, 2007
    Tags: concept, eco-friendly,   

    The Peak Bath is an eco-friendly concept designed by Lyndon Craig. Its shape fits the contours of the body and therefore accommodates the relevant amount of water as and where is needed the most. Source: Yanko Design and Treehugger

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  • danni 12:34 on December 14, 2007
    Tags: concept, health, Muji, salt cubes   

    With increasing health-related food worries (including too much salt consumption), the timing of the Kakujio couldn’t be better! Salt presented just like sugar cubes – in pre-measured dosages. Designed by De Meyboom Lab (Yasuhito Hirose and Ryohel Yoshiyuki), it was submitted for the Muji Award 02 competition where it won the Judge’s prize. This is […]

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    • phiphi 11:28 on December 17, 2007 | Reply

      Cool but those cubes look like a huge amount of salt!!!!!

    • Michael Voong 03:23 on January 5, 2008 | Reply

      Yeh if that’s anything like sugar cube sized… that’s a lot of salt.

      Is that Muji?

  • danni 12:27 on December 14, 2007
    Tags: concept, portable hard drive,   

    Yanko questions the realistic usability of this portable hard drive concept. Designed by Sang-Hoon Lee, the central hub is a touchscreen used to view and organise the collective files. If it were me, I would probably lose the individual flash drives!!

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    • Michael Voong 01:27 on January 4, 2008 | Reply

      Modularity for the sake of modularity! Angering… do people actually want that?

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