This electric Luniform Frame Superbike is constructed from a weldless die cast aluminum perimeter frame. In order to reduce the overall weight of this super bike, the battery acts as a sub member. Its modular design allows you for easy maintenance and simpler way to dis-assembly for another cool bike body design. I hope this is not the final design, because I’m pretty sure it’s not going to be comfortable sitting on that hard frame without a seat pad.
Especially designed for blind or visually impaired children, Reach & Match Braille Learning Toy has been designed to make learning Braille to be a positive and enjoyable experience. This toy is perfect to introduce Braille literacy and functional skill learning, it’s a valuable writing system which can be learned easily through this concept. This toy features double-sided sensory play, a friendly and welcoming platform to bring together visually impaired children and sighted children to play.
The front side provides pre-braille learning, ideal for toddlers to learn about mobility symbols and identify any tactile patterns. The other side provides Braille learning, direction, motor development and space training. At this moment, this project already has functional prototypes; we really hope Reach & Match Braille Learning Toy can be brought into mass production soon.
“As much as you need” is an interaction lighting stand that controlled by touch gestures. People often use the index finger and thumb when they express such as length and amount of something.
If you want to turn on the light, you can adjust amount of them by ‘simple touch’ using only two fingers. Touch sensors that right inside of head cover catch two spot and send to LED a signal. It also possible that touch sensors catch delay of finger input, so you can also get a light more widely. When you don’t need to use main light, you can change main light into ambient light in main body by natural gesture.
Designer : Hongkue Lee
Tuvie has received “Interaction Lighting” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.