The GloBike system concept allows the user to share the bike and their experience with all other members of its internet community. The motto was to promote the cultural exchange and friendship between people from different communities through its online portal and use the bicycle as one of the best green transportation solutions. These bikes can send their exact location to the Globike portal which can be accessed by other users through their Globike device and call the nearest bike for their use. There are two parts of the system to manage navigation, sharing and communication between users. They are the hardware part, a device with a NFC chip that is permanently installed on the bike and the software part is the web portal itself. Globike is an updated version of Freecycle, designed by Cristiano Giuggioli, Stefano Marchetto, Massimo Brugnera and Alessandro Brunello.
We’ve heard about BioLite CampStove and BioLite BaseCamp Stove, now Biolite introduces KettleCharge. It’s an evolution of its thermoelectric technology that uses water you boil to produce electricity. This little gadget offers you off-grid power as well as potable water in a matter of minutes. Since it uses the heat from boiled water, this device is ready anytime of the day without having to wait for sun’s energy just like solar panels, with 10 watts power, it’ll charge your USB devices as fast as wall outlets, even your tablets.
Biolite KettleCharge works with a wide range of stoves and serves as a perfect personal scale generator for your everyday gadgets, especially when you are outdoor without any wall outlet available. You can simply fill, heat, and charge. The TEG (Thermoelectric Generator) which is located at the base of KettleCharge utilizes the difference in temperature to produce electricity, it comes from having both a hot side (the flame that touches the baseplate) and a cool side (water) within the device.
Finally, there’s a rotatable twin touch display mobile phone design. Using this gadget, you can hold the phone the way you like it, it won’t block your views with your fingers while browsing or gaming. This phone has been designed with two touch screens where one is used for viewing and basic operations of a smartphone such as checking mails, browsing, access mobile apps while the other screen is used for typing or gaming. We think the use of the second screen to display difference key controls based on what the user’s need is more practical compared to modular hardware components that Microsoft just patented.
Designer : Abhi Muktheeswarar
You can slide the top panel in different directions: slide up, slide down, or slide both sideways. It is also rotatable for complete freedom of holding your phone. The base touch panel can be configured as portrait or QWERTY keyboard & as a joystick while playing games.
Tuvie has received “Rotatable Twin Touch Display Mobile Phone” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.