Lately we get a lot of submission for a small GPS locator, one of them is from Raees PK. It’s a small device that works GPS enabled mobile phone, so whenever you lose your valuable things such as money, purse, laptop, key or any other small things, you can easily track them if you attach the device onto those stuff. Once the device informs you about its location, you can track it down by following the route map in your mobile phone and find your missing item.
Designer : Raees PK
Tuvie has received “GPS Locator Concept” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
We all may be very simple on the inside but when it comes to show off we never miss a chance to do so. The only thing, we think, is to be sophisticated than others in terms of our eating, drinking and interacting style. So here is Peter Lee presenting an excellent style statement with a contemporary digitable coffee table with an inbuilt CD and DVD player.
With a very inviting, attractive and glossy look of this glass coffee table all you need to do is to pair it up with a plasma TV and invite your special one for that romantic date with a movie along with a sip of coffee.
Do you think this would be the “Next Big Thing” in interior design ? Well, seeing the recent buzz of this product prototype, I believe so. FootLume basically is a rug that lights up when you step on it, pretty futuristic. The co-inventor Leona Dean said that the glow that the rug emits was very soft. “It can provide ambient mood lighting or flash in time to music as talking point at a party”, Leona Added. Footlume, powered by rechargeable batteries, works by responding to the weight applied when a person walks across the carpet.
Electroluminescence relies on an electric field to generate visible light. Other light producers include photoluminescence, which is used in many glow-in-the-dark toys; and chemoluminescence, which involves light-producing chemical reactions (as in the body of a firefly).