Luna bangle-style watch uses flower motifs to tell time

Luna concept watch by designer Nigel Roddy is a functional timepiece that merges the technological aspect of the accessory with a pleasing overall aesthetic that makes the design truly unique. Designed like an oversized bracelet, Luna watch looks to being the fun element back to time keeping by introducing a new and interesting way to tell time. The quirky watch does away with the regular,

August 31st, 2011 0 comments Gadgets

Lithium Hawk EV: Innovation at its best

Nap Pepin, an electronics engineering technologist from Canada, had a vision four years back. He wanted to improvise the BugE EV, even though it is a high performing vehicle; he still wasn’t satisfied with it. So, he made some tweaks and the vehicle responded like anything. The speed increased, and so did the range. And that mars rover look didn’t look bad either. The BugE

August 31st, 2011 0 comments Autos

Mutewatch comes wrapped in plain looks and attention-grabbing features

A good-looking watch always manages to fetch attention and works like a delicate piece of precious jewelry. It decorates your wrist and is a great accessory to possess. But, most of the wristwatches don’t solve the purpose of sending reminders in the form of alarms. Even if they have one, it pinches the ears with its sound and can cause disturbance when sitting at a

August 31st, 2011 0 comments Gadgets

Peugeot HX1 concept drives you in a luxurious, sporty fashion

Wish you had a power vehicle that could drive you and your family in a sporty style? Then check out the Peugeot HX1 Concept. Although the prototype vehicle is designed to be a multipurpose one and is thus based on the MPV architecture, its look is transformed to reflect itself like a sports car. This can be better judged by having a glance at its

August 31st, 2011 0 comments Autos

Chinese cartoon museum is a mixture of traditional values and modernity

Spain based architectural firm EMBT has released their proposal for a Comic and Animation museum in China. In continuation with a longstanding Chinese policy, the museum will be a mixture of tradition and modernity. In the past few years, China has aggressively marketed the philosopher Confucius’ ideas along with philosophy as a global spiritual movement. With this particular museum, Chinese government is trying to interpolate

August 31st, 2011 0 comments Architecture

Razer Blade: A thin and portable gaming laptop to woo gamers

If you are one amongst those who thinks that PC gaming is as good as dead, then you ought to read ahead. Razer, the gaming hardware manufacturer, recently unveiled the Blade laptop, which vows to create ripples in the world of PC games. The company has entered the PC space for the very first time, and may prove to be the most coveted gaming laptop

August 31st, 2011 0 comments Gadgets

Club Pro/Deluxe DJ Furniture gives a designer edge to sound mixing

A great workstation for the style-conscious DJ who wants to stay one step ahead of the “in” crowds, Club Pro/DELUXE is a perfect fashion accessory. The unit is available in two different finishes to cater to differing moods and settings and provides both amateurs as well as professional DJs with the options to flaunt their personal taste in some style. Created by Modek, the DJ

August 30th, 2011 0 comments Gadgets

Hydrogen and fuel cell-run Huella concept vehicle is 2030 ready

Futuristic vehicle concepts have a strange way of being unrealistic projections that look like they belong only in sci-fi novel and can never possibly see the light of the day. But the Huella concept vehicle created by designers Robert Reid and Jacqueline Savage bypasses that pitfall and draws on the current trend of vehicle design and improves upon the existing silhouettes featured in the current

August 30th, 2011 0 comments Autos

Himalayan goat inspires Markhor prosthetic foot for amputee mountain climbers

A project sponsored by DePuy Medical, Markhor is a prosthetic foot that aids amputee athletes in the rigorous sport of rock and mountain climbing. The sport, which is not yet included in the Paralympics, has many professional athletes hooked. However, the lack of Paralympics recognition has meant that prosthesis for climbers have been a little too slow to evolve than the ones that are created

August 30th, 2011 6 Comments Industrial Design

Chandelier-like El Warrak Cairo Trio Tower concept promotes a greener future

Created as a collaborative effort between Mans-Our Studio, WHM Design, Wahag Studio and designer Mohamed Sarha, the El Warrak Cairo Trio Tower concept takes the principles behind urban planning to a completely new level. The project builds itself around the notion that instead of having a horizontal span of buildings, urban space can be better utilized by building skyscrapers and towers which would allow the

August 30th, 2011 0 comments Architecture

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