Today people with the age of 65 years and above constitute a considerable percentage of the population. But the existing technical accessories are not that user friendly. Jongmu Lee’s Wireless phone is really a hope for the elderly.
Fit as it is known at the onset looks like any high end touch screen phone, but it has been designed keeping in mind the elderly. It comes with a central movable scroll with which one can move up and down the menu, reduce or increase the size of the number pad and dial the speed dial images by tapping on the specific image. With all these user friendly, it sure shall make the elderly tech savvy.
The Silbervogel is a gravity racing car without engine, designed for the Xtreme Gravity Series in Irvine, California. The aim of this design was to catch the spirits of tradition, innovation and competition. The flowing language of the main body breathes the air of legendary Mercedes-Benz automobiles. Divided in a transparent lower shell and a silver top part with its sweeping glass band running from the nose to the back, the racing car seems to hover a few inches over the road.
Bionic shapes and intelligent material user – the Silbervogel demonstrates very innovative engineering competence. The load bearing carbon structure is designed exactly for the physical forces during the race and therefore extremely light and rigid. This goes for the slim rims as well.
The spirit of competition is the father of this extreme racing vehicle. Each detail has been optimized for lowest resistance. This also applies to the main body shape. Polished aerodynamics is important, especially for gravitation racecars. That’s why the Silbervogel is fully encased.
SOCCKET is more than just a soccer ball, it’s an energy harnessing ball. This means everyone can have both fun and power when playing with this ball, it’s a portable generator which can be used to turn on the LED lamp for 3 hours after 30 minutes of playing. This soccer ball utilizes Uncharted Play’s patent pending technology to harness energy, there’s pendulum like mechanism inside that captures kinetic energy generated during ball play. This energy is kept in the ball for later use as a power source.
Since there’s some kinds of technology inside the ball, you probably think it’s heavy. Actually it’s only 2 ounces heavier than standard soccer ball. Each unit is made in USA with custom water-resistant EVA foam, very durable and soft to the touch. You can enjoy playing soccer game in the afternoon and use the electrical energy to power small appliances such as re-charging your gadget or power the built-in LED lamp in the night.
SOCCKET soccer ball features 6-watt output and doesn’t need to be inflated. As you play with it, a small pendulum harnesses the kinetic energy that comes from the movement by turning a generator connected to a rechargeable battery. Isn’t this a smart innovation?