Tired of seeing a small room in the hospital that doesn’t cure you but makes you feel more uncomfortable? Then there is a solution for it. The “Vita lie-flat hospital chair” gives you the pleasure of a bed and a chair in one. This chair is exclusively made for patients that seek support to their back and legs while resting. It can be converted into a bed in a minute and chair again in the same time. It can be adjusted to an appropriate angle that the patient requires. Even 180 degrees is possible to give the patient a complete rest and a comfortable night.
Looking at the design, it looks to me as a stylish one accompanied by soft cushions like bed on the top. It is very easy to move from one place to another and this is possible due to the wheels present. The positioning of the arm support is perfect for the angles at which the chair can be bent. Its mirror finish gives it a shiny look. It’s made of steel and this ensures that it has a huge life span and will work for you over a long period of time.
Slice PC Concept is trying to answer the need of efficient and visually files storage on your computer. This PC Concept is trying to help you with the trouble of finding the files that are buried deep within folders, and you are no longer know how to indicate and locate the files when you need it. Slice PC Concept helps you physically interacting with the information, users can organize and place files accordingly. Each of the slices visually represent different folders seen in current operating software such as My Documents, My Music, My Videos, etc. The visual and haptic experience associated with slice emotionally connects the users to their information stored on the computer reassuring the safety and placement of their files.
Designer : Tim MacKay, David Taylor, and Mark Pylypczak
Most campervans are usually bulky and not easy to navigate. This Compact Camper Van design tries to change the scale of the traditional camper van yet still provide the user all the essential facilities required for short stay coastal breaks. The asymmetrical body design was inspired by 1950’s Hot rods and luxury yachts. This campervan features hydrogen power train, drive-by-wire, and a clam shell extending canvas roof to create unique atmosphere in the vehicle.
Designer : John Bridge
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