Line Block gives a new way of cable management

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(image credit: Junbeom So, Lee Ji Eun, Yi-Seo Hyeon, Heo-Hyeoksu & Jeong Minhui)

before electro-induction becomes a reality for wireless power without electrocuting us, we have to make do with other means of physical cable management. besides the traditional cable trunking, here’s a rather innovative solution to manage the clutter in the form of Line Block Cable, designed by Junbeom So, Lee Ji Eun, Yi-Seo Hyeon, Heo-Hyeoksu & Jeong Minhui.

the Line Block Cable has a ‘C’ channel cross section which allows one or more cable to ‘sit’ on top another and only splitting out near the socket. a neat solution for now and also has the potential of wrecking the cable organizer industry. however good it is, it is still near perfect as we have yet to resolve those cables coming out from the different devices located at different height and position in the same locality.

well, you know what they said: a picture worth a thousand words. that said, check out some pretty self-explanatory images after the jump on how the Line Block Cable works.

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via Yanko Design

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