Traveling in a mega yacht is certainly a delightful experience. However, the real complexity lies in identifying the ship’s layout. To help passengers stay devoid of the confusion, the Electronic Ticket concept has been introduced. It employs interactive technology that helps explain the yacht’s layout as well as distribution of functional zones. It can be recycled like a subway ticket.
Designers : Bao Haimo, Piao Hailong, Liu Yuancheng, Hu Xiameng, and Qiao Song
The Electronic Ticket is set with the necessary information when sold and checked while the passenger boards the yacht. The information is then cleared off after recovering the ticket and is recycled. This facility helps the ship’s management to have an eye on all passengers and make certain the secure disembarkation of all. Its advanced light sensor module helps alter the screen’s brightness according to the environment, enabling the commuter to read the ticket, even in the dark. The Electronic Ticket features a read urgent key, which finds its purpose especially when danger threatens, helping the passenger find an escape route. Overall, this futuristic ticketing system aims to make yacht travel comfortable and convenient.
Mimo Smart Baby Monitor is a set of organic cotton baby kimono and non-contact machine washable sensors (Mimo Turtle) that monitor baby’s respiration. Together, the kimono and Mimo Turtle keeps an eye on the baby’s skin temperature, body position, activity level, and of course respiration. All this data is sent to Mimo Lilypad Base Station through infant-safe Bluetooth Low Energy. Lilypad connects Turtle to your home’s WiFi then it processes all the essential information in real-time using special algorithms to provide parents with baby’s data in real time. There’s a built-in microphone that allows Mimo to stream baby’s sound to your smartphone, pretty cool heh? The special app alerts parents if there’s any changes in baby’s data in real time, they get to view trend and analytics about baby’s sleep over time and many more.
Since it’s a special gadget for baby, safety is the top priority of the design team. Mimo Turtle is water resistant and too big to be a choking hazard, it’s totally chew-safe. Mimo is not a concept, it’s actually available at the cost of $199 for a starter package that includes 3 kimonos, 3 Lilypad base station, and 1 Trutle.
Tokyoflash Kisai Uzumaki analog watch was design concept from one of Tokyoflash fans, Firdaus Rohman, that received many great comments enough to convince Tokyoflash to bring this concept watch to reality. Well, we agree that this watch is indeed very cool with its unique vortex shaped lens, colorful spiral display and bright EL backlighting. Unlike other common LED watches from Tokyoflash, Kisai Uzumaki displays time in conventional analog format, easy on the eyes since it uses quartz movement.
Available in only limited edition, Tokyoflash Kisai Uzumaki analog watch is available in black or silver with blue or green display, made of entirely stainless steel. The word Uzumaki itself comes from Japanese word for whirlpool, as you can see, this is the main design theme to indicate the time in easy way, hours on the outside while the minutes on the inside. The hand indicates seconds for precise timing.
We love the attention to details, the custom curves and brushed surfaces on the case boost the appearance of the vortex, the EL backlight can be turned on by pressing the crown to illuminate the spirals in short of time for cool looking glow. The custom made acrylic lens are beautifully designed with concentric circles that descend from the edge of the case into the center of the watch, this creates a cool looking whirlpool. The stainless steel ring that surrounds the lens gives the illusion of floating above.
The adjustable strap of Tokyoflash Kisai Uzumaki analog watch making it suitable for small or large wrists. The batteries can last for about 12 months before you need to replace them. [Buy it here]
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