Wool Ball Hybrid Humidifier was designed to complete the task about creating a hybrid energy humidifier when Yuan Gu was a junior student of Beihang University, China. Two important elements in this project were eco friendly and energy saving. This concept humidifier works in 2 modes: Standard and Hybrid. In Standard mode, this humidifier works by getting its power from external electric sources. This is the common way of using the humidifier, in this case the “hybrid” element is not in use. In Hybrid mode, Wool Ball works by getting its power from integrated battery. To recharge the battery, you can just plug the cable or roll it. As this device rolls, it emits a sound while the generator inside re-charges the battery. You can use it as a toy for your pet, it could be really fun.
Unlike the movie “Up”, you don’t have to tie thousands of balloons to your home to make it fly. Wolke7 Future Flying House concept has envisioned the possibility of enjoying your live in the sky. If you don’t have acrophobia, you would love enjoying the view while relaxing on the deck, feel the wind on your skin. It’s a great combination of traveling yet it feels just like home. You can also say that this like a flying yacht, simply go everywhere anytime without compromise.
Autographer wearable camera is said to be the world’s first intelligent camera that is able to take thousands of photographs per day through its custom designed wide-angle lens. It utilizes Microsoft SenseCam technology, on-board sensors and GPS to identify when is the right time to capture a moment. Autographer has been designed to change the way we think about photography, it captures moments without intervention based on changes in light, color, motion, direction, temperature, your speed and location. The result can be pretty amazing since it captures your spontaneous moments, everything is natural, no pose, unpredictable.
Autographer wearable camera makes you see the unseen, it’s not just a new camera but a new photographic approach. You can see your whole day activity in a few minutes with the stop-frame video feature, pretty cool huh?