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LG Finestra: display-charging cradle-smartphone concept

The Design finestra LG screen-filling-Smartphone cradle concept. The advantage is that you can manipulate the screen to display an image as a display window and enjoy the different scenery. What we have here is a display with charging cradle and the ability to synchronize with a smartphone so you can access your social sites at whim. Phone beams exit the virtual keyboard for easy navigation. ...


Audio Wrap – Flexible Speaker Concept

ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute) of Taiwan, came to Pilotfish to find help for promoting one of their hottest new technology, the ITRI Flexible Speaker. An A4 sheet can produce the same volume as a small mobile speaker. To produce enough sound the Flexible Speaker needs a minimum of surface. But the quality of the Flex Speaker being yet insufficient for the Hi-Fi market, we had deci...


3Dconnexion SpaceMouse Pro – mouse of the future

3Dconnexion has updated its lineup of 3D mice aimed at the professionals working with sophisticated software. Its aim is to provide more natural and intuitive way to interact with digital 3D content. The new arrival is equipped with six-degrees-of-freedom sensor for manipulating 3D objects, 15 programmable keys and an on-screen display. The SpaceMouse Pro comes with a patented 3D knob with six deg...


Intuos 4 – Innovative Tablet by STUCK

Handling, thiness, tactility and even the sound of pen on paper was essential for the close connection between artist and artwork. In order for technology to replace pen and paper, the Intuos 4 needed to be more craft and computing. To achieve this, the Intuos 4 needed a dead simple learning curve and interaction elements that were here when you needed it and gone when you don't. Even users famili...


Home Web Appliance – UBQT by Stiven Kerestegian

PC products like UBQT are no longer expensive or complex carriers of personal information but more appliance-like access devices managing our information and the services available from the cloud. UBQT provides a simple, flexible and honest form factor that completely integrates into our existing home environments and intuitively provides an immersive human-PC interaction allowing an appropriate h...


Green Doctor Saving Energy "Eco-pulse"

It works by visualizing the electromagnetic fields as pulses on its display and thus allows the discovery of power usage that would otherwise remain hidden to consumers. Eco-pulse is a concept that aims to cultivate the habits of green consumers in their daily lives. When appliances are in standby mode, Eco-pulse also enables the detection of vampire power that is being wasted. (more&helli...


"Snail" Braille Reader: Syncs with a Bluetooth Headset

Features like kinetic recharging and pressure sensitive reading make it the ideal companion for a bookworm. The Snail can record the text as it reads for future playback and it even syncs with a Bluetooth headset so the visually impaired can listen to the book without disturbing others. (more…)



Innovative Watch: Beats by Dr.Dre

Unfold the watch and put your wrist adjusting the bracelet like the headphone on your head. Feel the small cushions against your wrist and just tell the time. The concept watch is totally taken from the Beats by Dr.Dre headphones particularities from the main style and colors to the functions. (more…)



Portable GPS system and music player

Designers Jukka Roitto, Miska Vaisanen, and Jordan Siegler have seen the road map to the future, and it sits on your wrist. It has a name that's crystal clear even to the geographically challenged: Seek. This Minority Report-like wristband concept packs a portable GPS system and music player all in one--though given how power-hungry GPS units are, you might not want to drain that battery pack tuni...


Concept future innovation – Google Magnify

Google Magnify is the latest concept to be created by Anh Nguyen. This concept began with a funny email that he had been going around the office at his work. He went up to their intern, who just happened to be from France, before realizing that he would have a tough time reading it. After a little bit of confusion, the intern just copy and pasted the entire email into Google Translate and was crac...


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