Nowadays, more and more people are inclined towards using home appliances that consume less space and serves its due purpose as well. The use of microwave oven is highly appreciated until date, except for that fact that it takes a lot of space. To cater such needs, designers of Delicious Wave have come up with a new concept called, the babsang bo, a traditional Korean cloth that functions as a microwave and a lamp as well. The designers were enthused by a customary aspect of Korean society – the way mothers would prepare breakfast and cover those dishes with a babsang bo to keep the dishes warm for their children. The Delicious Wave doubles as a lantern, and can be pulled down to cover and heat the food. Designers chose the rounded shape over the traditional square shape for this microwave primarily because the round shape can readily lend a feeling of comfort.
This watch will never go out of style. Watch oNe is not your traditional analog watch, it’s a digital watch that offers you literally multiple interfaces so you can never go out of style. You can easily change the time display mode by clicking a button, starting from traditional to futuristic display. It could represent your style, your mood, and your personality. What if you get bored and want more sophisticated time display? Well, you can buy new “face” in the available online store and upload it via micro USB port hidden on the side of the watch, as simple as that. The physical watch itself has been designed to make it possible for you to interchange different parts with a range of colors and materials.
Inspired by a system called ProGrip, Joe Sardo and Federico Bruni have come up with Bimodal concept car. P.G.S. (ProGrip System), mounted at the front frame (also applicable to the rear) is composed of a small central wheel with steering fork through electric motor. In order to increase the grip, it is equipped with an innovative thermo fender. The operating logic is controlled by a control unit and a sensor that does steer the small wheel in synchronization with the turning radius of the front wheels.
P.G.S. inspired by the undercarriage of a plane, opens with electro-hydraulic jacks (when the car is moving in a straight line) through a button in the cockpit, and / or through rain sensors and infrared thermometer sensing temperature asphalt road. This system allows an ‘excellent cornering stability, thanks to adherence vehicle mechanics flowing “like on rails” no under-steer and no over-steer.
Designers : Joe Sardo and Federico Bruni
Tuvie has received “Bimodal Concept Car” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.