Motivity 400C is a future car concept which is the latest creation of Nissan with brilliant visor and stunning functional features. This concept uses maglev’s engine system that has made it even powerful along with every tire that allows great control, functionality and style. The triangle shaped bode of this car reduces drag of air, therefore, this car provides superior acceleration and is able to save more power. Steering wheel of this design has been kept traditional so that the user can enjoy driving the car without any problem associated with unusual and newly designed wheels.
ALIS is a bench design for Battery Park, a territory that serves as a platform for exploration in the design of public space. This bench is constructed by utilizing the process of renewable plastic injection molding. This process is a common form of method for manufacturing plastic products, usually you can find the application in urban playful equipment. Once user engages with ALIS, the lightness of this object re-informs user’s understanding of initial static nature of the object.
ALIS acknowledges this well established vernacular not for its style, but rather for its desire to exist simultaneously as commodity and art. The structuring of this desire, rooted in functional and economic logic, becomes the formal and material expression of ALIS. ALIS efficiently redistributes external forces through its composite skin system. This skin system maintains a constant surface enclosure thickness while responding to areas of higher impact stress by the integration of fiber bundles. The networking of these bundles comes together to form deeper cross sections in material thickness thus providing optimum structural integrity. Subversive by day, these strands emerge as the sun sets to establish an alternate formal dimension.
Designers : Edward Kim, Tommaso Casucci, Charles Jones, Mike Nesbit
Tuvie has received “ALIS Battery Park Bench Design” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
Scrubba Wash Bag has been awarded Australia’s top innovation in 2012, a pocket sized wash bag that you can carry anywhere with you, weighing only 6oz, you can wash small loads easily. The idea came to Ashley Newland (a patent attorney) when he was preparing to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. As a seasoned traveler, he found that one of challenges he had to deal was having clean clothes, especially when you spend your days in the great outdoors. Scrubba is a great alternative to machine or sink washing for travelers, it’s a waterproof bag with internal washboard made of flexible yet durable plastic polymer. All you need is place your items of clothing inside the bag, add 0.5-1 gallon of water and some amount of cleaning liquid, there’s a small valve that push the air out before the washing process, no electricity needed.
In less than 3 minutes, this wash bag works more effective than handwashing and provides washing machine performance, now you get yourself some clean clothes. The secrets lie on the inside, it’s flexible washboard.
Since this bag is completely waterproof, it means when not in used as washing bag, you can use it as a dry bag. You can keep your stuff such as clothes, mobile phones, or other gadgets to keep them dry while camping or hiking. That’s why Scrubba Wash Bag has been popular among travelers, campers, boaters, or hikers.