Futuristic Concept Pot Moots by Matej Korytar

Pot Moots is your futuristic concept plant pot designed to blend perfectly with modern home, it allows you to grow plants inside your home. The word moots itself came from the combination of two words: seed and moods. It informs you when the plant needs more water or nutrition, a smart pot with touch screen display. Simply buy multiple pots to enlarge your garden, each pot can be connected to each other so that you can control it from one place only.

Designer : Matej Korytar

Pot Moots by Matej Korytar

Pot Moots by Matej Korytar

Specification:
Pot Moots is available in three sizes and they are of diameter 15, 20, 25 cm. The main pot with touch screen has sphere form with diameter 20 cm. It is connected with other pots and communicates with them.

Each pot consist of two parts:
1. External container with touch screen and transparent bottom.
2. Internal container with plant and sliding out LED lamp.

Pot Moots by Matej Korytar

Pot Moots by Matej Korytar

Pot Moots by Matej Korytar




Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Kazunori Yamauchi has challenged automakers to design supercars for GT6 video game, but it doesn’t mean other car designers can’t join the crowd to show off their concept car. Submitted by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi, Logitta is a concept supercar with 6.3 L turbine engine 700hp. Taking his inspiration from a fighter aircraft, Dr Jammazi uses a mix of carbon fiber and composite for the body, this concept supercar fits 4 adult passengers.

Designer : Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Logitta Concept Car by Dr Hussien Al Jammazi

Tuvie has received “Logitta Concept Car” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.




Aventos Vehicle Concept for Mega Cities

Today all the concepts that’s been designed has environment as one of the focal points hence new technologies are innovated keeping in mind the future sustainability like electric motors with renewable energy etc. It is this desire that keeps pushing the manufacturers and automotive designers have been researching and designing newer and better cars. The new ‘Aventos’ concept is something that’s been designed on these lines. It is a utility vehicle which has been designed for both small and medium sized businesses in the cities wherein this concept has been used for transporting goods from one destination to another across the city thus, ensuring the cleaner and more organized cities.

aventos car concept for mega cities

aventos car concept for mega cities


Desired outcome
Eliminate or dramatically reduce transportation devices contribution to carbon emission. Be able to cut down vehicle footprint and the number of vehicles operating on the road at any one time. Provide a sound and friendly module transportation system that are used by the public on a daily bases even for people without the Aventos vehicle.

Ease the finance pressure on small and medium sized businesses by providing an adaptive transportation device for their daily needs.

Assist the younger generation in adapting to the neo-nomadic lifestyle because the vehicle can assist in independent moving operations without the need of external assistance. Provide a fresh, young and eco friendly image for medium sized city commercial vehicles to the general public.

aventos car concept for mega cities

aventos car concept for mega cities

aventos car concept for mega cities

aventos car concept for mega cities

Designer : Timothy Choi






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