A good communication is the key for effective police works. This concept Police Communication and Computing System has been designed to meet the needs of police officers in the line of duty. It’s “all-in-one” system that covers both on-person and in-vehicle communication such as GPS, mobile data terminals, and cell phones. Those equipment allows policemen to receive messages and information from control centers and central databases. After extensive researches, this multifunctional system offers 4 different products that work together: back device, handheld controller/receiver, inductive charging seat support and in-vehicle touch display.
These devices are needed by modern policemen, back device houses and protects digital radio and smartphone. The in-vehicle inductive charging seat support charges any electronic devices wirelessly. All functions of back device are utilized via handheld controller for on-the-go function while in-vehicle touch display connects wirelessly to the back device using WiDi or Wireless Display. Police Communication and Computing System is equipped with work-oriented applications, text and essential information are transferred between officer and dispatch center, including the ability to search local and national databases and GPS.
Designer : Daniel To
Basically Police Communication and Computing System concept is an advance computing capabilities to help policemen to work better and safer. It combines different kind of technologies into one multifunctional system, strong and durable for hostile work environment.
Designed especially for Milano Expo 2015 and presented to the Comieco Expopack Design Competition in 2011 is the new recycled paper-made water container – Life. The water container is designed primarily to offer the essential service to the city of Milan – free access and use of public water. Another purpose of designing this water container is to promote the diminution of plastic containers as well as a sustainable culture regarding water and natural resources. The water container is made of recycled paper and doesn’t use any sort of chemical ink that is difficult to be recycled. People inside Milan and Expo area will be offered with the container for free, which they can use as a one day bottle and refill the same many times during the tour. Every aspect of this water container is natural, be it the green cord made by natural cotton or the container itself. A double stitch assures good insulation from outside, thus offering great rigidity to the object.
Versus is a concept toilet with V-shape submitted by Vasil Velchev. You can read his explanation about this project in his own words.
All started with the shape. I wanted to create something with the first letter of my name, “V” in its feature. So i started with the side view …. and then the idea slowly developed to its current view. I also wanted to have something new in the functionality as well, so I used the tilted tank to achieve more water efficiency. This modification will change the water path. Now the elbow effect (90-degree) can be avoided and the water can flow through the pipe smoothly and with smaller resistance. Now, the water flow can be transformed from turbulent to laminar. Another third flush volume is included which allows the customer to use less water for small sanitary needs.
In order to save material, the cap of the seat will cover only the empty field inside, without unnecessary overlaying. Also this type of click into each other will give us minimal overall thickness. All this modifications put this product into a clash with traditional norms. Versus is in Latin and means ‘against’. So it is my product with its design and functionality against the traditional.
The creation of a product requires a good balance between functionality and design and if we want the product to be economical that makes it even more difficult. Versus is a product that has exactly the balance. It combines new approaches and technologies of increasing efficiency, saving water and materials and at the same time all this good stuff hidden below a bold, monolith and extravagant design.