LedMax LED Curing Light design features appealing aesthetics with exceptional performance. The ergonomic body is compact and the handle is comfortable to grip, it’s one of thinnest curing devices available in the market. There are 2 detachable stands that offer the user easy to use device. There are 2 different models: cordless and corded version, this flexibility allows LeMax to be charged on its charging stand and can be placed on outer stand when in use. Dentists use this device for polymerization of light cure resin based composites, the light intensity of LedMax can be adjusted and timer can be controlled, pretty powerful equipment with low power consumption.
The new ply concept Japan’s phone is surely an instrument to be kept for. The phone has a look which seems like multiple layers of sandwich in plywood. The design seems more like picked straight from the spy movies, with multiple sliders, which are separated by tabs. It has a printer, a game pad, and even projector packaged into one. Add to this a dial pad for the normal phone functions, which slide downwards. It can be said to be a cool device that has a solution to all the possible devices that a normal user may need in daily usage.
Ely Can is a watering can that features unique design which mimics an elephant’s trunk. Instead of carrying this watering can, user can simply pull and roll, thank you to 2 wheels on both sides. With this new design, you don’t have to bend when water your plants. Do you know that gardening as an outdoor activity offer many health and therapeutic advantages for elderly people? Unfortunately, they usually have problem when they have to carry heavy objects such as watering can.
To answer this challenge, Diane Dupire, an industrial designer, has come up with redesigned watering can called Ely Can to help gardening become more accessible especially for people with physical limitations.