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Tag: Concept

Darth Vader Ralph Mcquarrie Concept Helmet: Force Scowl

Darth Vader Ralph Mcquarrie Concept Helmet: Force Scowl
Science fiction fans know the name Ralph McQuarrie. The illustrator and designer has contributed to the look of some of the most popular films and TV series, including Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T., and the big one: the original Star Wars trilogy.

Swirl Washing Ball Concept Harnesses the Power of Your Offspring to Wash Clothes

Swirl Washing Ball Concept Harnesses the Power of Your Offspring to Wash Clothes
Conceptualized by designaffairs studio with developing countries in mind, the Swirl is a “washing ball” that also serves as a clothes bin, a container for water, and a toy. The idea is that you place your dirty clothes in the Swirl, which can be push or pulled via its detachable handle or even better, kicked along to where you get water.
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Rug With Scale Remembers Your Weight and Keeps Your Feet Warm

Rug With Scale Remembers Your Weight and Keeps Your Feet Warm
For anyone who uses a scale regularly, it’s a given that most of them out there are pretty basic. How about injecting a bit of style and technology into these utilitarian weight-watchers? And no, I’m not talking about a scale that tweets your weight.

The Great Wall of Ipads

The Great Wall of Ipads
Even though the iPad was just announced, there are already plenty of concepts emerging that could take advantage of the device. This one is somewhat interesting, but dubious. It’s basically a huge display made from a bunch of refurbished/recycled iPads.

Geoffrey Cooper’S Geocentric Watch Mimics the Motions of the Planet

Geoffrey Cooper’S Geocentric Watch Mimics the Motions of the Planet
As much as I like digital clocks, there’s just something great about cool analog ones. This watch is called Geocentric, and for now it’s just a concept design. Geoffrey Cooper’s Geocentric watch is kind of awesome.

Toshiba Rx Medical Tablet Pc: the Clipboard Evolved

Toshiba Rx Medical Tablet Pc: the Clipboard Evolved
Seems like Lenovo has set a standard for the form of the computers of the near future with their Ideapad hybrid tablet. Toshiba has a similar and sensible concept for a medical computer: The Toshiba Rx replaces the traditional clipboard and medical sheet used in hospitals in favor of a touchscreen tablet: “Using state of the art medical software, nurses and doctors can document, diagnose, communicate and educate while bedside or on the go.” It’s an elegant improvement over traditional notetaking – a digital clipboard means less paper, less waste, and easier filing and archiving.

Dell Froot Concept Computer Does Away With Keyboard, Monitor

Dell Froot Concept Computer Does Away With Keyboard, Monitor
How’d you like a desktop computer that works without any physical keyboard or monitor? That’s what industrial designer Paulina Carlos envisions with her Dell Froot concept PC. Instead of connecting to a traditional monitor or USB keyboard, the Froot features a pair of projectors – one that casts the keyboard on a tabletop, and the other one that projects the computer screen on the wall.

2oct2031: in the Future It’Ll Still be Hard to Tell Time

2oct2031: in the Future It’Ll Still be Hard to Tell Time
This modern watch isn’t made out of diamonds, but its face is akin to some kind of cut stone. It’s called the 2Oct2031, presumably because it’s from the future. The 2Oct2031 watch was created by the Chinese designer Tao Ma, and from the minute you set your eyes on it, you try and make sense of what your eyes are seeing.

What You Write is What You Get: Scribblenauts in Real Life

What You Write is What You Get: Scribblenauts in Real Life
Made by Steven Zhou and Syed Olmer Gilani of the National University of Singapore’s Interactive Multimedia Lab, What You Write Is What You Get (WYWIWYG) is a visual way of learning about language. Just like 5th Cell’s critically-acclaimed DS game Scribblenauts, WYWIWYG can analyze written words and come up with a virtual representation of the corresponding object.

Art Lebedev’S Fleksimus Camera

Art Lebedev’S Fleksimus Camera
Art Lebedev’s latest concept design is a digital camera with a flexible tube, allowing you to take pictures around corners. The tube of the Fleksimus is flexible and is fitted with a lens on one end, while the other goes into a compact viewfinder or a 3-inch color display.

Castoven Microwave Oven: Watch Youtube While You Wait

Castoven Microwave Oven: Watch Youtube While You Wait
Keita Watanabe, Ph.D., and Shota Matsuda of Japan’s Keio University have won a couple of awards for their crazy, yet somehow logical concept for a microwave. Called the Castoven, it eschews the transparent glass panel typically seen on microwave ovens in place of a 10.4-inch LCD display.

Zoozen Overcase Turns Your Xbox 360 in a Big Black Behemoth

Zoozen Overcase Turns Your Xbox 360 in a Big Black Behemoth
It looks like accessory maker ZooZen are working on a new case for the Xbox 360 which would let you give your 360 a whole new look without ever having to crack open your existing shell.

Mintpass Cube Music Player for Meter Readers

Mintpass Cube Music Player for Meter Readers
The design minds over at mintpass are at it again. One of their latest conceptual gadget creations is the Mint Cube, an unusual retro take on the modern MP3 player. The 2-inch Mint Cube features a striking cubic design that’s punctuated by large analog meters on three sides of the cube.

Newman Newsmy A18hd Media Player Looks Mighty Slim

Newman Newsmy A18hd Media Player Looks Mighty Slim
I must start out this post by saying that I rarely trust artist’s renderings of gadgets before they’re released, as they’re almost never what the real thing looks like. That said, this new media player LOOKS pretty slick from the concept renders, but I haven’t found any photos of the real thing.

The Crunchpad Project is Dead… or is It?

The Crunchpad Project is Dead… or is It?
Unless something awesome happens, this will be our first and last post about the CrunchPad, TechCrunch head Michael Arrington’s nearly-there web tablet. Yesterday, Arrington announced on TechCrunch that the project “self destructed over nothing more than greed, jealousy and miscommunication.” Goddammit.

USB Sofas: the Best Flash Drive Ever Made

USB Sofas: the Best Flash Drive Ever Made
In this case, the memory is embedded inside the sofa, but isn’t that the case with almost all of the other wacky flash drives on the market? I don’t know about you but I’d rather have my flash drive inside a sofa instead of a plastic UFO or Statue of Liberty or burger or credit card or T-Rex or bento box or kunai.
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