MZ Revival Motorcycle was a group project of 5 designers from DSK International School of Design, Pune (India), they teamed up to work on different aspects, from design, modeling, details to prototyping. This motorbike features organic design language as you can see in every element. The main goal was to design a vehicle that inspires the future design language of the German brand MZ. Which was later extended to prototype each part of this motorbike in such a way that the entire RPT can be assembled without using any tapes or screws and of course, it has to be easy to dismantle as well.
Chengtao Yi has submitted his vision of super remote control, it’s called Holme. It’s an interesting concept, you can read his explanation below and in the images.
“The concept of devices being connected through wireless internet and bluetooth is getting more and more popular. Companies are starting to re-imagine our living rooms, kitchen, etc with their new hardware as well as their software. Our lives would be more efficient yet more overwhelming in the future. That is why I decided to design a device that is powerful and simple enough so that everyone can get connected with their own places easily through both wifi and bluetooth intuitively.”
Designer : Chengtao Yi
Tuvie has received “Holme – Super Remote Control” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
If you think riding a bike isn’t practical enough, perhaps Halfbike can change your mind. Kolelinia has introduced a new bike design to bring back the fun in urban mobility, a lightweight and compact vehicle to help you cruise the street easily. The good news is, this personal vehicle is commercially available for you to purchase, starting from $799.
Halfbike design is really minimalist, it doesn’t even have a seat, but don’t worry, this vehicle was designed with user’s experience in mind, it kinda reminds us to S3TR Streeter, pretty similar don’t you think?. Halfbike combines cycling and smooth assisted running for extremely quick and fun urban travel, the upright riding position gives you a new perspective of the city. You can get better visibility and excellent control, turn left or right by simply leaning, the vehicle follows your body.
The reason why Halfbike doesn’t have a seat is because it is meant to be used for short commuting distances of 1-3 miles. The compact size is small enough to carry onboard public transport or elevator, you can easily carry it on stairs, yes, it is that light. Small size also means it fits into small space which isn’t normally for standard bike. Don’t you just love the design that mimics low-impact style running? It’s an ideal vehicle for both recreation and exercise, the joy of riding this bike will motivate you to get out more.
Each unit is produced locally using high quality materials and components, the aluminum frame is laser cut and hand welded while the handlebar is hand crafted from impregnated plywood.