By Ahmad on February 21, 2011
Wind Explorer is a wind powered electric car, an inspiring ideas about limiting the bad effects of traffic on the environment. This hi tech car has crossed the 3000 miles along Australia is approximately 4800 km due solely to energy supplied by wind.
By Ahmad on April 25, 2010
An iconic alternative to the most popular post-it notes, 3.5″‘ floppy disk shaped sticky notes, designed for taking notes – attaching notes to documents and to other surfaces. The Disk It Sticky Notes, as the name suggests are designed to look like floppy disks, and they were created by designer Burak Kaynak.
By Ahmad on April 7, 2010
The designer Yang Yongchang imagined iWeb 2.0, a concept of netbooks with foldable keyboard that, once opened, has same dimensions as a normal keyboard, including all the keys necessary for a complete editing. In case the designer screen measures just 6.5 inches and 2.0 has capacitive touchscreen, the overall size of the device are therefore of only 160 x 106 x 18 mm.
By Ahmad on March 31, 2010
Roundbox is a concept laptop designed for children ages 5 to 14 years. The device, in the intentions of the designers, should stimulate creativity, inspire learning and provide entertainment, all packed into a nice round shape houses easy to carry.
By Ahmad on March 17, 2010
Atomik Cars Abarth 500 is an electric concept, it is a zero-emission vehicle with a supercar performance. Inside this machine is a 300 horsepower engine powered by a lithium iron phosphate batteries (LiFePO4) that delivers a 60 mph acceleration in just 5.6 seconds.
By Ahmad on September 8, 2009
In future we will see more and more cameras with built-in projector. One of the models of camera / projector called Pioneer Hi-def but the moment is only one concept. It ‘was created by designer Dan Harden, Sam Benavidez and Hiro Teranishi for Whipsaw Inc. Who knows if it’ll ever see on the market.
By Ahmad on April 22, 2009
Kyocera EOS Folded-Up Kinetic Energy-Powered Phone. Simple phone unfolds to reveal a wide screen, and we were excited to hear that the it derives its energy from human interaction. The more you use the phone, the more kinetic energy is turned into an electric charge through an array of tiny piezoelectric generators. In other words, [...]