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Concept Spider Computer

What can  say about this concept?  Spider Computer, a portable device that relies on a projected screen and laser keyboard to offer you a ready computer on the go. That's why he has three thin legs like a spider. When they are hidden, the device becomes a mobile phone. It can be simply put in your pocket. And when the legs are deployed, the device can easily be placed on a flat surface. ...


Concept Smallest Touch MP3 Player "Kube2"

The diminutive device has an aluminum body, runs for six hours on a one-hour charge of its lithium-polymer battery, and can store approximately 1,000 songs on its included 4GB microSD card. Users have the option of increasing its capacity by swapping in memory cards up to 32GB in size, which should allow for the storage of about 8,000 songs. The follow-up product to Bluetree's similar theKube, the...


HYT H1: liquid watch concept

Two bellows are used to push and pull the liquid to show the time on the scale. The Hydro by HYT uses a liquid filled chamber to display the hours using luminescent green goo in a circular tube. On the right is a power reserve indicator for the mechanical movement. The minutes are displayed in the center of the face with a dedicated dial, and there is a water turbine style subsidiary seconds hand ...


Mus3 optical mouse concept

The new Mus model has a scroll wheel. The scroll wheel also performs the right click action. Compatible with Windows and Mac OS X. Mus3 cordless optical mouse not only controls the cursor on the screen, but cleverly looks like one, too. Despite its unconventional shape, Mus3 fits well into your hand and feels comfortable. Signal range of at least 2 meters. A built-in power indicator in the handle ...


Music Phone "Ondo" by PILOTFISH

Conceptual mobile phone for the music enthusiast who seeks to interactively capture, edit and share sounds. The Ondo concept enables OEMs to visualize a new form of user interaction for mobile phones. Going beyond software-based solutions of other products, it is specifically designed to effectively collect pure sounds and is specially constructed to create a tactile sound editing experience. Like...


Transparent Watch 2LMX

The 2LMX watch sports an interesting design with a transparent crystal case. Created by Arnaud Tellier, the former head of the Geneva Patek Philippe museum. This watch only indicates the time in a 24-hour format, and it will be produced in titanium, platinum, white gold and pink gold with black or white rubber stripes. This visibility makes the watch fascinating, as the rotating drums and mechanic...


Concept – iCool by Alexey Dmitriev

We are trying make our fridges more functional and more attractive by using magnets. Pretty soon touchscreens will be so cheap that it will be easy and inexpensive to make a screen of any size. A regular refrigerator should have a touchscreen the size of its door. Nowadays it is fairly easy to put a computer into a refrigerator. Systems like Android or a special Apple program allows to put widg...


Phone, which rotates in the air.

This phone works in tangent with the charger, its cradle, the phone and magnets creates a space in which the phone back on while charging, creating a unique aesthetic experience.First, the phone itself has a sleek candybar design you should all be relatively familiar with. The iPhone and a slew of Android-based phones look right along these lines, and this looks fabulous. Hollow parts at the top a...


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...


By The Power Of Rings!

The RIMA lamp is an awesome beauty that has what it takes to be artistic and fun. Four controller rings manage the whole show…sliding them left to right or vice versa illuminates the LEDs or switches them off. The heat, intensity, angle of the beam and color are controlled via these rings, however a processor, which detects the position of each single ring, regulates the actions. (more&h...


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