Who else here thinks that a TV is an eyesore in any setting? I guess not many cos’ we have learned to come to terms with what we believe as the “necessary evil.” Well, what considered to be an eyesore to some, will not be anymore with Jang Junyoung’s 55-inch Transparent TV. The designer conceptualized a flatscreen TV with an almost completely transparent display that literally hides the TV in plain sight when not in use. Pretty rad, right? Continue reading Jang Junyoung’s Disappearing Flat Screen TV Is The Future Of Television
There are a lot changes to the MacBook over the years, but one has remain the same: it is still the wedge cross section form. In fact, that has been the design language of almost all laptops in existence today. TBH, like the smartphone, there’s really nothing much you can do about the aesthetic of a laptop, but designer Ludovico Campana begs to differ. Continue reading Designer Dream Up A MacBook That Is Inspired By iPhone X’s Design
First and foremost, to avoid unnecessary disappointment and rage, you have to know that the Dogzilla figure you see here is not real. It is a concept design dreamed up by Taiwanese designer Noger Chen, otherwise known as Goodzilla, to mark the Lunar Year of the Dog. Yeah. I know, it is disappointing that it isn’t real. Also, knowing how sometimes licensing can cost, I wouldn’t hold my breath for it to happen now, or in the future. Noger just love designing and for this particular concept figure, he imagine this figure to feature a wagging tail because, dog. Continue reading Man, This Dog Version Of Godzilla Figure Has To Be Made!
You know Peugeot is dead serious about pushing its i-Cockpit to the auto industry when it decided to stick their hands into designing cockpits for sea-faring vessel too. In an announcement made late last year, the French automaker unveiled the Sea Drive Concept in collaboration with French boat maker Beneteau Boats. Designed and built by Peugeot Design Lab, the Sea Drive Concept is a functional demonstrator that leverages on Peugeot i-Cockpit which fuses Beneteau’s Ship Control technology to result what the company said to be “the boating industry’s future steering station” and “the future of powerboating.” Well, what can I said? It does look damn futuristic! Continue reading Peugeot Worked With Beneteau Boats To Put i-Cockpit Into Boats
It is true that the much-hyped game of 2016, Overwatch, may not share the same iconic status as Marvel’s superheroes, but if you happen to be both an Overwatch and Marvel comics fan, would you have thought of what if there was a mashup between the two? Maybe not. One thing for sure, though, there is at least one person in this world who have gave thought about it and he is Australia-based veteran artist Kode LGX who specializes in digital art. Continue reading Marvel x Overwatch Mash Up Beautifully Pulled Off By One Artist
Thanks to the space race that spanned from the 50s to the 70s, it inspired a tsunami of sci-fi movies in the 60s-70s including classics like Barberella and Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. These movies, together with the then on-going space race, in turned inspired the designs of many things ranging from appliances to furniture to even automobile which resulted in products that oozes with space age details in them. When we say ‘space age’ details, it was the soft curves and minimalist outlook that we are talking about. It was an era that some of us reminiscences but not necessary thought has a place today, or so we thought. And then we stumbled upon the RE:MAKE WE:MAKE Teleavia P111 TV by Hogeun Jang of South Korea design studio, PDF Haus. Continue reading Design Studio Reimagined 60s Space-age Television And It Looks Fabulous
With Apple CEO Tim Cook quoted saying that Mac mini will remain a staple of Apple’s lineup and it (the Mac mini) being tipped to have some much needed overhaul, industrial design student Louis Berger jumped at the opportunity to imagine what it will look like and boy, was the concept a drool-worthy we-want-it-to-be-real Mac mini. With Berger’s design, he completely reimagined what a Mac mini should look like. Gone is the now passé set top box-like design and in is a tube-like form with touchbar integration. Louis called it a “Taptop Computer Concept” that, unlike Apple’s current (and previous) designs, puts the Mac mini in the forefront of your desk. Continue reading Apple Should Make This Pill-shape Concept Mac mini A Reality
I am not aware of any man who harbors the secret desire to have a beer belly, AKA dad bod. I mean, seriously, no man would want an oversized belly that looks like they are three months pregnant. However, in some rare instances, there are man folks who sought out this alternative look, but if you happen to be one of those odd balls, well then, the good news is, the Dadbag is here to help. Conceived by one Albert Pukies, the Dadbag is “made for people who want a Dad bod without eating junk food,” or perhaps, for those who simply love a dash of quirkiness in their life. Continue reading Dadbag Adds Dad’s Beer Belly To Your Waist Without Actually Having One
I am sure you are familiar with heatsink. Typically milled out of aluminum, heatsink sole purpose is to mitigate overheating by dissipating heat quickly from high heat-generating equipment, such as a processor or LED elements. And it does so by introducing multiple fins which increases the surface area of a heat-conducting block. The science behind is, the more surface area there is, the quicker the heat can be taken away by the virtue of natural cooling. Understanding this and how much heat a laptop can produce, designer Bryan Wong has conceived a laptop stand that’s basically a giant-ass heatsink which kind of makes us go, “why we didn’t think of that!” Continue reading Laptop Stand That Is A Giant Heatsink Seems Like A Match Made In Heaven
Consumer-grade drones are a dime a doze. It seems like everyone knows how to build one and sell it to you for a handsome amount. Most drones available today differentiate themselves with sophisticated software and sensors, but really, that is all there is to it. The drivetrain that makes them take flight is pretty much the same, comprising of, you know, brushless motors and rotors. While companies are cashing on this common technology, design engineer Edgar Herrera decided to challenge the status quo. And what he has proposed is, imho, a slap on capitalist businesses who seek little to no innovations and taking the easy way out to milk the market. Continue reading Is Herrera Bladeless Drone Concept The Next Evolution In Drone Tech?