Moveo foldable electric scooter will enter scooter market and revolutionize urban traffic with its beautiful organic design. It can be folded to size of a suitcase, very compact and lightweight (25kg without saddle bag). This e-scooter has been designed and developed to meet the needs of mobility in crowded urban traffic, it can reach up to 45km/h and 35km range. Its closed foldable body is so compact that you can easily store or move from one place to another using public transport, it doesn’t require any parking space.
Currently the company is looking for investor to mass produce Moveo. Their mission is to create eco-friendly transportation, just in case you haven’t heard about the company, they were among 50 best innovations by Time Magazine in 2010 for their hybrid concept car, Solo.
UPDATE : The team has launched a crowdfunding campaign on the JumpStartCity site to get the MOVEO scooter project to the next stage and start a limited series production.
This car concept is called BRB Evolution, because it has the ability of this car to fold up to 50% of its original size. Daniel Bailey, the designer, figured the two of the main problems of the future in big cities would be the pollution and over population, he wanted to design a car which powered by electricity and a hydrogen fuel cell to deal with the pollution issue, while the fold-able concept is to help with the limited available parking space. This potentially doubles the amount of parking spaces! two rollers would come from the bottom, roll the car up, turn and slide the car into the space sideways, the driver would have to exit prior to the folding. This car design was inspired by Peugeot 908 and Lamborghini Murcielago, with 180 degree moon roof, this concept car definitely sleek and sexy folding car.
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.