Started in 2005 when John Vozzo was working on the garage on a sky diving helmet, then his brother’s friend Mark Bryant walked in. This was the moment where Mark saw a solution of his problem he’d been having within the horse racing industry, a rear hinged helmet that click together for closing instead of pull on and pull off. This could solve the problem where helmets come off under impact and not coming off after impact. A special kind of helmet that doesn’t need a chinstrap.
Vozz RS 1.0 helmet is a full face, rear access, dual locking helmet. It features revolutionary design that changes the way we protect heads in high-risk situations. Mark Bryant and John Vozzo have developed Voztec system, a special mechanism incorporated into Vozz helmet that combines safety, comfort, and performance in a revolutionary way. Having a rear access designed helmet means that lower edge of the chin bar is rolled, creating a rounder shape chin bar that fits to user’s jaw line, less snag points than conventional full face helmets. It also features an emergency safety release system and adjustable chin cup, these features would dramatically improve the user’s safety, no more strap creep.
Elliot Cohen has submitted his latest project to Tuvie: Automatic Wine Opener and Foil Cutter. It’s an all-in-one electric wine opener that comes with built-in foil cutter where the foil cutter comes with pressure activated sensor that automatically cuts foil from the bottle. You can also use the electric corkscrew to easily remove synthetic or natural corks. This unit is covered with non-slip textures soft silicon for comfortable grip, the bottom part is also covered with silicone to prevent slip or scratch on counter tops. This wine opener comes with a rechargeable base, with a full charge battery, you can open up to 60 bottles of wine.
The good news is, it’s not just concept, it’s actually commercially available for you to buy. You can effortlessly remove the cork, simply place the left side over the bottle and press down to cut through the foil, then continue place the right side on the bottle and press down button to remove the cork. When the bottle is open, you can press up the button to remove the cork from opener. Now, you can pour the wine and enjoy a very good afternoon.
This new Porsche 822 Compact is designed by Emeric Baubant from the Porsche Design Studio in Austria. The young student designer presents now the result of four months work. This compact car, rear engine, four real seats, flat 4 engine, biturbo is designed to be a close rival to the BMW 1M Series or Audi RS3, This work follows the car design process in order to conceive a credible new Porsche concept car combines sober style and advance clever details. Here you can find the design process illustrated, from drawing research to final renders.
Designer : Emeric Baubant
Tuvie has received “Porsche 822 Compact Car” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.