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Windows phone 7 concept



For most people from many different disciplines a desk is the main workspace. A typical desk is composed of at least one or more vertical displays that show digital content and a larger horizontal area, containing input devices, such as mouse and keyboard, paper-based documents, and everyday objects. These two areas are clearly separated which makes it hard to move documents from one surface to th...

The Future Of MP3 Player

Keeping your music with you wherever you go is easier now than ever before, but in case you forget your MP3 player on a trip or at the gym, this design could save you from boredom. The Skinny Player, designed by Chih-Wei Wang and Shou-His Fu, sticks to the skin just like an adhesive bandage and eliminates the need for holsters, cases and carriers. (more…)

Phones of the future Nokia 2030

This junior project focuses on the branding of products, and this (fictionally) shows how a Nokia® cell phone would look like in 2030. The process involves capturing features and elements on existing products that represent the brand. These elements are then applied to the newly designed product for this project. (more…)

Blackberry Empathy Phone.

Communication technologies may allow interaction on an entirely new level; still users feel cramped to communicate their true feelings on certain occasions. Intended to integrate the concept of social networking with human emotions, the new cellphone employs biometric technology to sense and share the true feelings to ensure a better communication among users.In recent past, social networking has ...

Waxy Printing.

The Wax-on is a solid ink printer that simplifies the process of printing. It removes the need of producing plastic waste and annoyance of using ink jet cartridges. The minimal design ensures less use of desk-space and it’s vertical orientation works perfect with the printing disposition. The concept challenges the future of printing and takes advantage of new advancements in wax ink printing an...

Kard – Swiss Army knife- phone cards to ease data transfer.

Concept phone powered by solar energy. Industrial designer Cyrene Quiamco took inspiration from a Swiss Army knife to design a concept phone that eases music, contact information and other data transfer that till date is mostly transferred via Bluetooth. The concept phone, known as Kard, utilizes electronic cards to exchange information between two similar devices   (more&helli...

ViewSonic DVP5 camcorder projector

ViewSonic launches a pocket camcorder projector, the DVP5, that combines a pocket HD camcorder with a pico projector. As a digital camcorder, the DVP5 packs a 5 Megapixel sensor for recording 720p HD video and up to 8 Megapixel still images. Other than the 2.4-inch LCD display, the device has built-in pico projector with 640×480 VGA resolution, 200:1 contrast ratio, up to 15 lumens brightness and...

Futuristic computer – Amor Tablet

This 13mm thick tablet-pc was developed in collaboration with Freescale (semiconductor) and Surface Ink (engineering company) It comes with a matching USB,HDMI and power docking station, which also works as a portrait stand.When docked with your home computer it works as a sketch tablet, a virtual flash drive and/or external screen where you display widgets, shortcuts and tool bars away from the m...

Accept payments Everywhere

A new company, called Square is turning the credit card processing industry on its ear with an application available at the iTunes store. Available for the iPad, the iPhone and iPod Touch, Square enables you to take credit card payments for, well, just about anything. Once you register for the free Square app they will send you a card reader that plugs into your mobile device and then, let the ...