Binary Samurai Watch Concept by Scheffer Laszlo

Binary Samurai watch design is inspired by the Ice Samurai watch from Chinavasion. It’s a bracelet styled binary watch where the LEDs on the left indicates the hours/months and the LEDs on the right indicates the minutes/days. You can watch the animation below to understand how to read the time, unfortunately there’s no further information from the designer about the materials used for this watch.

Designer : Scheffer László for [TokyoFlash]

Binary Samurai Watch Concept

Binary Samurai Watch Concept

We also have featured great concept SF View Watch as part of TokyoFlash design challenge.




Electra Faucet by Valfsel Design Team

Electra Faucet offers you revolutionary design where you can switch to different flow options as easy as pressing a button. This faucet provides you with unique experience as its body has been designed visually attractive, sculpture like object, so elegant. You can pull down the digital sink mixer for freedom in movements while you are washing in the kitchen sinks. The front area of this faucet, you’ll find an electronic pad that gives you full functions to control the spray.

Designer : Valfsel Design Team

Electra Faucet by Valfsel Design Team

Electra Faucet by Valfsel Design Team

Electra Faucet by Valfsel Design Team

Electra Faucet by Valfsel Design Team

Electra Faucet by Valfsel Design Team




Human Energy Recycle System Can Generate Energy From The Movement Of Users

The human energy recycle system is an innovative concept that can gather energy emitted by human or even pets. This energy is used to power other devices, ensuring a new lifestyle for mass people with reduced electric bills and complementing to the environment. The system comprises lightweight, compact and portable units named ‘Solution Units’, designed to be worn in different spots of the human body, which collects energy from spinning, shaking, human heartbeat, body temperature and various other types of movements, and stores the energy into the ‘Standard Battery’ inside. When emergency power is required for a mobile device, these units can be connected to the device directly. Alternatively, the energy of the battery can be stored in the ‘Application’ units for later use.

human energy recycle system

human energy recycle system

human energy recycle system

human energy recycle system

human energy recycle system

human energy recycle system

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human energy recycle system

Designer : Choi Hyung-Suk and Yun Jung-Sik






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