E-paper makes a flexible display that consumes power only when updated. The design is inspired by a regular tourist map where you get good overview, good level of detail, and quick access combined with the advantages of GPS navigation. Store your images from your digital camera on the internal drive and sync them to the GPS log. Now you can see exactly where your photos were taken. Share this information directly by using WiFi or piggyback your phone with Bluetooth.
As they say good things come in small packages, the new kitchen scale design seems to have taken this adage. This cute little masterpiece is something which can be said to be a necessity that all modern kitchens should have. As mentioned, design wise it’s small and compact thus does not take much of a space, also it can measure in both grams and calories and does the necessary exchange. Also it can tell time as well, it perfectly goes with the overall idea of giving maximum output using minimum space. Something all of us believe in, isn’t it?
The body functions as a measure when it is taken out from the weight panel. It can tare, show the time and make gram/cal exchange. It provides smaller space for storage that weight panel and the body are pulled through each other. It facilitates weight process and interface usage that control panel and weight panel are placed apart. The aim is to provide maximum usage facility in minimum space. By means of sensory mil weight, it measures the moment of the approaching surface and exchanges it for unit of measurement. Interface consists of three buttons and at the same time these buttons are used to set the hour data. When the part on the lower panel is to be folded, it is positioned on the coaxial gap on the acrylic part. The orange-colored circle is a visual complement that ensures us placing the things to be weighted on the very middle point.
To all geeks out there, Cadence is proudly present 4-bit Chronograph steel watch. Instead of using the Roman numerals, this watch prefers to display 4-bit binary code (if you know what we mean by binary code, then you are one of us). At a glance, it looks like just another typical watch. You don’t need instruction to read the time, because this watch design only replaces the numbers with 4-bit binary symbols.
Vanya Buvac, the founder of Cadence Watch Company says:
“We wanted to design a line of watches that integrates high-tech into classic and sophisticated timepieces. Incorporating the 4-Bit binary markings, we were able to bring us back to our technological age where geeks rule supreme.”
Wearing this watch will make you look like “normal” people without losing your identity of being a geek