The SPV is a solar powered vehicle made out of aluminum structure with flexible thin-film modules fixed to it. It’s sleek, it’s futuristic, it’s kinda remind us about Nuon solar car from Delft University. The shaft in the centre of the SPV functions as an inbuilt cooling system, integrated in its form. The aerodynamic form allows it to collect energy through a long drive in the desert (or any sunny environment). Hence not only that it is powered by solar power, this car can also recharge your home power, with the extra energy collected using its solar panels.
Dr. Hakan Gursu, an exceptional product designer, instructor in METU and CEO of Designnobis has come up with an excellent project, Power Tower. It is a wooden toy set meant for children aged 5 and above, who relish making sand palaces on the beach. There are totally 37 diverse pieces within a set, consisting of 3 trees, 7 domes, 6 columns, 15 facades, 2 bridges as well as 4 roofs. Kids, most of whose favorite pass time is playing with toys can build their own towers as well as castles. The size of the castle or the tower increases as the number of individual pieces increases. The wooden toy set is made out of completely healthy, safe and reusable materials. The shapes employed are worldwide construction figures, which makes it quite effortless for everybody to play. Besides improving basic hand skills of kids, Power Tower will certainly improve kid’s abstraction technique plus 3D shaping ability.
Bug Backpack from Koox Design is made of 3mm thick plastic shell to protect you and your sports tools. When you are pushing your limits, climbing rocks that you never thought you could, speeding up on your motorcycle, just enjoy the moment and don’t worry about luggage. All your stuff will be safe in the Bug. Its aerodynamic shape and lightweight design let you save your energy to do things you love.