Green Pass turnstile concept turns mechanical energy to electric one. It’s a simple idea actually, putting creative thinking into our simple daily objects. Turnstiles are usually located in various public locations, by utilizing mechanical energy to support its own consumption, the goal is to reach zero pollution and zero discharge product. Turnstile’s wheel and axle spin around the same axis everytime people pass through the gate, the movement of the wheel transmits power to a generator. This power later is used to operate Green Pass turnstile itself.
Designers : Su Meixian, Chen Fengming, and Chen Yujie
Adoodle is a new creativity enhancing tool for kids aged 3-7 years old. It encourages them to explore their environment and interact with other children by providing an object with which they can express themselves through drawings. Adoodle Creativity Enhancer provides a 3D digital canvas that allows children to express themselves without the typical constraints of a rectangular screen.
Using new intelligent materials like Graphene and artificial Spider Silk, the entire object is converted into a multi- touch screen. The entire surface is touch-sensitive, making it possible for kids to draw digitally all over the object without any typical rectangular screen constraints. Adoodle Creativity Enhancer also has an integrated Bluetooth transmitter that sends the art work straight to a cloud based memory folder every thirty minutes. Parents can later access the folder on their computers to see their child’s work, download it to their personal computers or keep an online folder of the kid’s progress.
Wireless resonant energy transfer makes it possible to use Adoodle without the need to recharge the battery pack or plug in any cords, giving the child complete freedom to take it wherever he wants within a 20 feet radius.
Adoodle Creativity Enhancer comes with two separate digital styli that encourage the child to explore his surroundings. The magic wand encourages the child to explore his environment by acquiring the color of any object it’s directed to, through a mini camera located on the tip. The stylus has an hexagonal shape so the child can experience different tools, it indicates the color and type of brush selected. By rotating the top part of the stylus the child can pick one of the six different brush options (pencil, crayon, marker, chalk, spray or brush). By gliding his/her finger up or down the side, the child can modulate the tone of the color selected.
It can also be connected to up to eight Adoodles so children can interact with each other and share their work, making an interactive creative environment where they can share colors and drawings. The functions are simple, intuitive and easy to learn.
Caption for the instructions panel of Adoodle Creativity Enhancer:
1. Shake to wake up.
2. Select a color and drag to body.
3. Select second color and mix to create a new color. Tap twice to make Adoodle entirely that color.
4. Save new color on left palette.
5. Select a color with Stylus.
6. Select the type of brush by turning the upper piece (marker, pencil, crayon, brush, spray or chalk).
7. Draw with Stylus.
8. Point to any object and click back button to get color and draw.
9. Simple movement to clean up and start over.
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Usually, the slide-phones are designed in a way that they look closed when you see them first and when they open up, users can see a step as well as the sliding surface on the backside of the upper portion. TO2 is a marvelously designed sliding phone that looks like a slide-phone when it is closed and when it is open, the step or the sliding surfaces can’t be seen on its backside, giving an impression that it’s meant to be open. TO2 is designed in a black piano finish that gives it a classy look. Moreover, the giant display and the unique keypad give it a modern touch.