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 […]Read more "A Vision for the Future: Digital Touch Screens"
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: TrendlandRead more "Seabird by Mozilla Labs"
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 […]Read more "Occult Jam"
Trend Hunter is all about mobile phones today: ‘build-your-phone’ from www.zzzphone.com (basic price: US$149/£76.51) sliding glass concept conceived for Chanel the smell-emitting Nokia ScentsoryRead more "Mobile phone concepts"
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 TreehuggerRead more "Peak Bath"
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 […]Read more "Kakujio"
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!!Read more "Chocolate portable HDD"