As you can see here, the Electrolux Mobile Kitchen concept design is inspired by laptops. The futuristic design of this mobile kitchen provides a small workspace for you to do multi-task as you usually do in the kitchen. Its portability is defined by your needs, whether for outdoor camping or home to prepare delicious meals. Electrolux Mobile Kitchen features compact 3-in-1 design.
The base is an induction cooktop covered by board as the second layer that can be used as a cutting board. Electrolux Mobile Kitchen utilizes inductioncooking technology and features 4 induction rings in different sizes. In this way, depending on the type of food you’re cooking and the pan size that you need, you can choose the appropriate induction ring size in order to save more energy. The touchscreen display can be used to find your recipesonline, watch and download free and complete cooking tutorial, cooking is more fun and interactive this way. It is also possible to do video call with your friends while they guide you through the cooking process.
Designer: Dragan Trenchevski
Keeping with the tradition of simplistic minimal design, Sang-hoon Lee has designed his vision for the Apple Headphones. Looks more like a hairband with a sleek finish. I think the touch of volume controls within the glowing apple logo is just too clever!
Designer: Sang-hoon Lee
Almost unrecognizable as a watch, the Round-the-Clock bracelet communicates the time with hour and minute rings that rotate around the user’s wrist. Made of stainless steel, plastic and rubber, this exceptional timepiece is modern and elegant with a touch of masculinity that an equally unusual wearer will appreciate.
Designer: Kőrös Benedek
In this era of multitouch phones, monitors and other such devices, one cannot really predict what the next invention would be. Multi-touch tables are something that catches our focus. If you are updated about the multitouch gadgets, you must have heard about the high definition LCD multitouch tables by Ideum.
Now, Ideum has added some more functionality to that 55-inch model. This new invention, a 31-inch tall multitouch table named MT55 Platform, possesses single button operation and LED under-table illumination effects along with the Bluetooth and Wireless LAN that is present in the older series as well.
The most interesting feature of MT55 Platform is its size. With 76 mm top surface and 57 mm bottom, MT55 can be termed as the thinnest commercially available multitouch table. Being proficient at handling 32 touch points, the platform features an optical touch system. In addition to this, the device also comes with an SSD storage system.
The hidden physical ports present in the system include HDMI-out, USB 2.0 and Ethernet. Windows Professional is the software on which the table is run. With a consumption of 400W, the table enjoys an additional benefit 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth connectivity, supplied with a Bluetooth keyboard.
This multitouch table sells for $17,950 including the GestureWorks SDK that supports 200 gestures, plus pre-built Open Exhibits. You can even enjoy an Intel Core i7-620M processor running at 3.06GHz for additional $750. Furthermore, if you shell out $1,000, you can have the top surface of the tableprotected with the help of micro-etched HaptiGlas, which is a non-reflective, scratch and fingerprint resistant surface.
Inspired by the designer’s own personal experience of waiting too long during a stay at the emergency room, the Radio portable x-ray was imagined as a way to cut back on time spent in the radiology process. The device uses the same dental imaging technology that exists currently and incorporates it into a compact, portable unit that can detect broken bones or other abnormalities. the sRadiologists can instantly read the screen or print radiographs via from the unit’s charging dock.
Designer: Francois Rybarczyk