It is the constant endeavor of mobile makers to provide the best of the services to their users, which is why the innovation by all designers is aimed at getting the max out of their handsets. The new Mozphone concept: OLED Blackberry which is nothing but a combination of Balckberry 7139 and an optimus keyboard. It is quite significant whereby the combination opens up a lot of communication channels. The phones usually have limited ability for receiving and providing information through the 3″ display screen which does seem to be an inconvenience, addressing this problem, this concept utilizes every inch of the phone thus providing complete utilization. All in all it’s a very practical solution.
“Xylophone Bin” is an amazing creation by Dominic Wilcox designed for Danish Company Vipp’s charity auction event held in New York. It is not an ordinary bin but it plays music. Xylophone bin is made up of oak and steel. When you press the pedal, the lid opens and it releases a ball that travels down a spiral set of xylophone steps around the bin. Whenever that ball touches a step, a note is played and while going down, the note gets lower. It is hard to see such a musical concept and that too for a good cause.
Wilcox words :
When the pedal is pressed the lid opens, releasing a ball that travels down a spiral set of xylophone steps around the bin. each time the ball hits a step, a note is played. the xylophone steps are cut in increasing lengths so that the note gets lower as the ball travels to the bottom.
Awesome, Tokyoflash Kisai Vortex LCD Watch features spiral time display underneath a sleek concave lens. It’s a limited edition touch screen watch that features dual time zones, alarm, date, animation, audio feedback, and LED light up, housed in a beautiful stainless steel case with beautiful gunmetal finish.
At first sight, it looks like just a vibrant cyclone of rings, but when you know the secret, you can easily read the time at a glance. It looks complex at first, but actually this watch displays time just like any regular clock. You need to pay attention to the gap in the second outer ring of 12 large blocks, it indicates the hour which is positioned just like any conventional clock. The smaller dots inside display the minutes of 1 to 60. the rest of inner 2 rings display hours and minutes for second time zone. So, what’s the outer ring for? Well, it indicates seconds.
The hybrid display means you can always read the time by the LCD panel without having to press any button, however, just in case you are under low light vision, simply touch the screen to activate LED backlighting. There are 4 hot zones on the display: top, bottom, left, and right. You can change each zone to change modes from time, alarm, date, or light up.
To set an alarm, simply hold your finger a bit longer, you can do the same to set the time, it’s simple, intuitive, and fun to operate. Just like touch screen device, Tokyoflash Kisai Vortex LCD Watch also comes with lock feature (after 60 seconds idle) to prevent accidental input, simply swipe the screen from left to right to unlock. This futuristic watch is available in 2 display color options: cool blue LCD with blue LED backlighting or natural LCD with red LED backlighting.
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