Let’s face it…public restrooms are a necessary part of life. They are often unsanitary, broken, outdated, and generally only used when there is no alternative. The products and systems that inhabit them have evolved only incrementally. The sync system represents a shift in the product category, pushing boundaries to deliver an enhanced public washing experience. Sync is a modular, no-touch hand cleansing/drying system that addresses these concerns by applying new technology and re-thinking the user’s work flow. The system replaces the current landscape of public sinks and hand drying systems by combining the two functions into one station. It delivers a noticeably ‘cleaner’ aesthetic, saves space and energy, simplifies the washing/drying experience, and improves restroom traffic flow.
High-pressure jets spray a mist of mild, ozonated water that sterilizes germs and bacteria, while providing a physical agitant to remove grime.After a 5 second wash cycle, the system begins blowing air from above, and sucking air in from below at a high speed, providing a fully cyclical airflow (shorter drying time). The air blows until the user removes hands from the field. Placing hands in Sync begins an automatic cleansing/drying cycle.
Dronairport is the first concept in the world of infrastructure for drones. The Pylons Dronairports allow drones to make technical stops to increase their range by landing in the capsules of wireless charging that work as heliports and hangars for Drones. The openings and closings of the capsules, the phases of takeoff and landing, are handled by an automated system GPRS assisted by transponder sensors.
The pylons Dronairports are present in all countries, networked in a virtual map, allowing pilots of the drones to organize their flight plans. Pilots can choose and book on virtual map, the capsules (available seats of the heliport / hangar) useful for capacity and the range of Drone for the flight in stages, from the infinite mileage, followed by the GPRS system.
Designers : Joe Sardo and Federico Bruni
The network of Dronairports is also composed of another innovative model that has a heliport with elevator, useful for private homes, industries, (including skyscrapers). This unique capsule shaped airport creates the first infrastructure network for the transport and delivery of goods which is always managed by a system GPRS assisted by the transponder. The designers of the Droneairports predict that over coming years, the architectural project design of every single private home, commercial and industrial center, will integrate the innovative Droneairports model that resembles a lift.
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As part of “Business Class” course, Yaniv designed a new form of professional camera called Digital Reflex Camera (DSLR). It has totally different shape from current cameras that you know. As project during his 3rd year as an industrial design student in Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, this DSLR concept is designed with its body and lens as continuation to elongate the camera body. This industrial designer got the inspiration from the use of the old reflex cameras where the eyepiece is located at the top of the camera. So, what do you think?
Yaniv says “The camera body and lens was designed as a continuation that connects to it, creating an elongated body curved end , that turns to the user interface along the side of the camera there is another interface which control the details of photography. I wanted to make a refreshing change at the accepted form of professional cameras,to soften it, but to maintain its professional appearance.
Through the use of camera I wanted to get different photography experience. I took inspiration from the use of the old reflex cameras, that the eyepiece was located at the top of the camera, and the photographer was cradling the camera close to his stomach during photography. So, I designed the camera to match the pose I was looking for , in the ergonomic sense.
Experience continues when you want to view the photos, when turning the camera, the interface turns to image display mode, the display is rotating 180 degrees and the screen is directed toward the observer.”
Designer : Yaniv Berg
The Advisor of the project : Eyal Cremer & Michel Shahnai
Photos : Sash Flit.