The innovative RocStar Bathroom concept has been designed aiming to overcome the limits of the conventional bathrooms and heighten the efficiency of the same. It features three main components that have been differentiated it from others; the faucet or the Rocstar, the basin and the mirror.
The Faucet comprises five arms with different functionality such as three of them are supplying water, liquid soap and toothpaste, and the last two acts as driers. The Rocstar top is made of transparent plastic with lighting underneath which acts as control sensors and allow users activating a particular arm by simply touching it. After being activated that arm will give a magnificent led light and smoothly turns to the user. Other activities such as changing the water temperature, screen savers and profile colors, driers, etc. can be done with the center top touch screen of the Rocstar.
The basin has been designed to protect the users from viruses and other diseases that the users might infected with usual basins. Moreover, the color of the basin can be changed with the led effects and can be programmed to change the color every time someone enters into the bathroom. More surprisingly, the color of the spot where the water drops on the basin can be changed as well. There are exterior buttons on the stainless steel area on the basin that can control the covering and sterilization procedure and selecting profiles.
The mirror includes a digital camera which can be controlled from the rocstar through wireless system to know different previous conditions of your skin color, pimples, medicines, etc. The mirror will capture your photo every time you go to the bathroom which can be reviewed later for comparison. Hany Mansour, the designer, welcomes youto give any critics and suggestions. You can contact Hany here: COMISSARDAYS@YAHOO.COM
Audi A 2.0 is a concept car that targets young generation from 18 to 30 years old. It’s the result of 15 months Master in Transportation and Automotive Design in Politecnico of Milan sponsored by Volkswagen and Audi. The main idea was to design an aesthetically pleasing and dynamic car for young adults, the designers started by analyzing the iconic brand characteristics as well as the target’s needs. The robotic technology also plays important part here as the team took inspiration from that, they wanted to play with the shape contrasts of Audi where the higher part is clean and smooth and the lower one is sharp cornered and refined. The interior of this electric car is focus more on smart technology and connectivity, it can accommodate up to 4 passengers even though the dimension of the car is actually reduced.
Designers : Giacomo Franceschi, Antonio Paglia, and Cem Kayserili
Electric Dauphin is a pure electric vehicle. The best part is that one can charge it at home as one does to a cellular phone. For full charge a little over six hours is needed and can run almost 300 km in one charge. The vehicle was created as a smart vehicle which is cost efficient and environment friendly. It is designed in a manner that the electric motors are housed just inside the rear wheels of the vehicle. Touching a top speed of 150 kilometers per hour the vehicle is built with composite materials which guarantee high performances and safety standards. The car can communicate with the home computer wirelessly through the internet server, and users can receive information when needed, be it basics like maps, directions etc. This one is surely a class apart.