Having an electric alarm clock means the time would reset after every blackout, hate that don’t you? TimeSmart App-Controlled Alarm Clock is a smart clock that would automatically set itself to the correct time when synced to your phone. It would be really easy to set your alarms, the alarm sounds, and snooze times through the TimeSmart app. Aside from being an alarm clock, this device also functions as a charger where you can dock your smartphone right from the clock using 1A USB port in the back. You can also use the clock to stream music from your phone during the day.
Inspired by time and space, Elliot Cohen, an industrial designer, designed the front and rear enclosures warp in like a black hole to the center where time stops. The front enclosure is complimented with a black chrome finish. The rear enclosure features a dot matrix pattern inspired by stars.
Having this clock means you don’t have to set your alarm clock again, simply pair it with your smartphone and it’ll set itself to the correct time automatically. You can use TimeSmart app to set everything up, making sure you’ll wake up right on time with your favorite music. The reverse LCD screen with big digit display makes it easy to view the time, you can set how bright the dimmable backlight, also its dual crescendo alarms provide gentler wakeup calls.
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Totem is the perfect solution for anyone who lives in a small space apartment or travelers. It is a multi functional modular food system that enables you to prepare and cook by simply stack and flip the units. Due to its simplistic design, this unit allows you to perform in any situation; in fact, it doesn’t require main power source since the exterior has been coated with EnSol, spray-on solar cell technology. Totem is capable of performing various kitchen tasks in any location by stacking flipping, and building the units for your specific requirements. It uses less energy and space. Even when you are in remote locations, you can still use this cooking device.
Each unit has the same capabilities to cook, clean, chill, and freeze. However, the orientation of each unit determines the mode. If you want to bake a cake, just combine several units together to form a hexagon. If you want to fry something, just flip it.
Designer : Nick Morris
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Ferrari Flusso was a project created for Ferrari World design challenge in 2011 in ISD DSK India. The goal is to design a supercar where each user has the ability to create its own supercar model, one of a kind as one wishes. Buyers can choose to purchase Ferrari Flusso at zero stage which means, depending on their driving skills, the style of aerodynamic flow will not be the same. The result would be a unique car, one and only.
Designers : Devauze Marc, Alexandre Labruyere, and Vianney Brecheisen