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JIBO: the world’s first family robot

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— 5 days ago
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Lego Calendar, a physical planner which can synchronise with the online calendar through a photo taken with a smartphone

(Source: vimeo.com)

— 1 week ago with 1 note
#design  #interaction  #calendar  #lego 
Duffy london layers the abyss table to look like ocean depths

Duffy london layers the abyss table to look like ocean depths

— 1 week ago with 5 notes
#design  #product  #table  #glass  #wood 
Stallo project turns old wine bottles into chalices

Stallo project turns old wine bottles into chalices

— 1 week ago
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Caution Wet Floor Cones That Look Like Banana Peels

Caution Wet Floor Cones That Look Like Banana Peels

— 1 month ago with 89 notes
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NESCAFÉ Alarm Clock cap

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— 2 months ago
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The “Forever Lock”. Un-pickable lock with an amazing design

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— 2 months ago
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Axor Starck V by Philippe Starck

Axor Starck V by Philippe Starck

— 3 months ago with 1 note
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mnkto:

#263 The Span - a smartwatch that’s not trying to be a smartphone.

Despite the jump hour mechanism being a bit confusing to read at first, we love the perfectly functional minimalism of this concept and Span’s clever input system based on simple interactions with the round dial along the outer edge. 

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— 3 months ago with 1 note
#design  #interaction  #watch 
YOY design studio casts light to create lamp shade silhouette

YOY design studio casts light to create lamp shade silhouette

— 3 months ago with 2 notes
#design  #product  #light  #lamp 

Pinch - system fo chronic pain management by Loris Bottello

Pinch is a system for chronic pain management, composed of an interactive bracelet, a docking base for recharging and synchronising, and an online application. The bracelet allows a patient to record the pain level through the day, whenever and wherever is needed, together with pulse rate, drug consumption, physical activity level and quality of sleep. Through the docking base, data recorded in the bracelet is transferred to the servers of the system, and become consultable with a graphic interface which let the user analyse possible patterns and get meaningful insights, thanks to the possibility of adding comments and details to every record of pain. Collected data can be shared with doctors and relatives, so they can be updated in real time about the condition of the patient.

(Source: vimeo.com)

— 3 months ago
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