Pulse is an innovative urban bike concept formed to meet all the standard necessities of bike commute. This bike features electric turn signals, located both on the edge of each handle and at the rear indicator light, that can be controlled form the handlebars and a glowing frame that lights up when the rider needs it. The specially designed caged pedals of this bike always remain in a “right way round” manner, which allows the rider not to suffer from having to clip into inconvenient conventional upside down pedals. Pulse, with its compact design and efficient functionalities, would be an ultimate transportation solution that is synchronized with the urban denizen needs.
Jaguar XK-I was a design study from Mudit Gupta to express his idea of translating the amazing Jaguar, a big cat in Panthera genus, into a car. Let’s read what he says about this project.
The project is called “Jaguar XK-I” where the letter I stands for image, I tried to interpret what is the core value and understanding towards a vehicle when someone calls the name Jaguar.
The theme selected was light and iconic and to develop that I tried to do a light painting experiment with the help of a classic jaguar proportioned mule, which helped me understand the key elements that strike someone when they are told to interpret a jaguar in thin air. Using these key lines and themes the project was developed further.
Designer : Mudit Gupta
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Linear scissors concept proposes new design to enable user to cut a perfect straight line by taking advantage the edge of the table. The common problem that we usually deal when cutting a long straight line with scissors is we need to pre-mark the line or use additional tool such as a roll cutter or ruler. This concept scissors have been designed to solve the issue thanks to its unique horizontally divided handle with the right angle which can be fit onto the edge of the table. This design makes it possible to slide the handle and the blades forward on a straight line while cutting. The handles are not really that thick in order to make them easily slide with the tip of the fingers which is really important when the table top is quiet thick. One of great feature from this design is that the shape of the handle diverts any excess material out of your way while cutting, it definitely eases the forward movement.