Proinjector : Microwave Oven with Built-in Projector by Hwang Jungjoon and Lee Jaeryong

Do you have a habit of peeking into your microwave oven while it’s cooking the food? You would love to know that these industrial designers try to develop a microwave oven with built-in projector named Proinjector. This means you can observe the process of cooking from a distance, since this device will project your food image onto the wall. So there’s no reason for you to danger yourself by standing in front of microwave oven, this action can pose health risks due to radiation exposure from electromagnetic waves.

This device combines a microwave oven and a projector in order to allow user to keep an eye on the cooking process without having to stand in front of the microwave. Proinjector allows user to watch the food from a safer distance.

Designers : Hwang Jungjoon and Lee Jaeryong

Proinjector Microwave Oven with Built-in Projector by Hwang Jungjoon and Lee Jaeryong

Proinjector Microwave Oven with Built-in Projector by Hwang Jungjoon and Lee Jaeryong

Kaya Future Microwave Oven by Mac Funamizu

The unique shape of Kaya Future Microwave Oven was inspired by a dome tray from the movie Ratatouille, the designer was watching the movie when he got the idea. There are many of us who don’t cook, but just like this designer, we know how the food should look like for us to eat, not burned or still frozen. Mac Funamizu, a modern industrial designer, wanted to design a microwave oven that will “show” him how the food will look like after cooking, also it would be great if he could also move around the device easily such as get it close to the table when necessary.

Designer : Mac Funamizu

Kaya Future Microwave Oven by Mac Funamizu

Kaya Future Microwave Oven by Mac Funamizu

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Grand View Microwave Oven For Small Living Space

Grand View Microwave Oven features unique shutter door that is useful in small living space. This unit is designed especially for singles or young couples who need compact home appliances to meet their modern lifestyles. You can easily open the oven door by simply pressing a button and close it by pulling down a handle. The door is designed with a wide arc of movement, 110 degrees opening for a grand view and space saving. The design of Grand View Microwave makes sure the control panel is out of reach to prevent any accidental operation of the oven while being opened.

Designer : Yahui Gu

Grand View Microwave Oven

Grand View Microwave Oven

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BrainWave Desktop Microwave Oven Heats Your Meals On Your Table

Every company would happily buy BrainWave for each of their employees, it keeps them working even during lunch. BrainWave is a desktop microwave that will heat your meals giving you as much time as possible to keep concentrating on your works. Office employees tend to work more and more hours each years, due to the pressure of modern working life, skipping lunch/meals becomes a bad habit. The positive effect of this device for you is, it offers hot and healthy meals for quick nourishment supply, this means more energy for you to go through the working day.

Designer : Steve Gates

BrainWave Desktop Microwave Oven

BrainWave Desktop Microwave Oven

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Delicious Wave : A Microwave and A Lamp in One

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.

Designers : Lee Kyu-Hyun and Jo Hae-Won

Delicious Wave

Delicious Wave

Moshi Multifunctional Kitchen Eliminates The Need Of Separate Kitchen Appliances

Technology has enabled people eliminating the need of using a wristwatch or an alarm clock through cell phones, external keyboards through touch screen displays, additional storage devices through internet, and many more. But can you replace your washing machine through a microwave oven? No? Think again.

Moshi multifunctional kitchen is surely something that you have always dreamed about. This innovative appliance features the ability to cook and store foods, organize kitchen accessories, wash dishes and wash and dry cloths, all in one piece. Aside from being ultra space efficient, this concept aims to young users who are more active than the past generations and has many other things to do besides house duties. The 10×10 cm pad is the control panel of the whole system, featuring a touch screen interface to follow step by step guidelines through thousands of stored recipes. Moreover, the pad features sensor technology that will tell you if there are enough ingredients in the fridge to cook a particular dish.

Designer : Rolando Hernández Garcilazo

moshi multifunctional kitchen

moshi multifunctional kitchen

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“Fruit of Life” : Futuristic Tree Kitchen Concept

“Fruit of Life” is nothing but a futuristic kitchen inspired by the apple tree with fruits hanging from its branches. This kitchen looks like a tree with two large fruits incorporating a small fridge, microwave oven, LCD screen, closet and an electric cooker. The kitchen offers the flexibility to browse the internet and chat with your friends while cooking in your kitchen. The sink and table board are fitted on the top of the board branch. You can anytime rotate or lift this handy kitchen as per your requirement. This can be the most stylish and modern kitchen that anyone can have in their house.

fruit of life kitchen concept

fruit of life kitchen concept

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Universal Remote for Lazy Gizmo Freaks !

According to me, remote is the greatest invention that has been created. For a lazy gizmo freak like me the motto is ‘when it can be done an easier way, then why try another way’! With almost every device possible coming with remotes, like TV AC, CD player, this device which is supposed to ease your worries, it gets cumbersome to maintain so many remotes. And almost all the remote look the same, it becomes a tough ask to maneuver between devices. Well before you freak out, help is here, David Chacon has come up with a design for the universal remote which promises to take care of all the worries.

This flash capable device displays everything from channel listings to elaborate menus, and manage the whole house – like turning on the microwave oven or dimming the lights. Also the touch screen is very roomy. The frequencies set is right and if the product company provides the required support, the device can customize graphically the interface for the product.

universal remote concept

universal remote concept

universal remote concept

Though still in the conceptual mode, it might be a while before the same might seem the light of the day. But all said and done, this one device is sure going to be a hit amongst all the Lazy Gizmo Freaks!

Designer : David Chacon via TrendHunter via Dvice


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