Orbit Concept Watch Proposal With Textured Display

Orbit Watch designed by Gabriel from Romania looks pretty awesome with its textured orbit display. The designer clearly states that this design has nothing to do with planetary system, but he decided to call it Orbit due to the LEDs which are rotating around the center. The orbit at the center of the watch forms the time in digital way, reading the time can be done conventionally, left to right, you can easily read the numbers even though they are bend following the round shape of the watch.

Designer : Gabriel for Tokyoflash

Orbit Watch by Gabriel for Tokyoflash

Orbit Watch by Gabriel for Tokyoflash

Orbit Watch by Gabriel for Tokyoflash

Orbit Watch by Gabriel for Tokyoflash

Orbit Watch by Gabriel for Tokyoflash




Waterlogic 4 Gives 100% Purified Water Guaranteed in Every Cup

Waterlogic 4 is an ultimate water dispenser combining the leading edge technologies and stunning design. You will be able to purify ambient, cold and sparkling water through this unique, innovative and completely unprecedented design. Waterlogic commands such value because every since the primary Point of Use machines, the innovation of waterlogic has helped to form the evolution of the latest water dispenser. This is easy to use water purifier is claimed to be the future of drinking water. The Waterlogic International is the foremost global manufacturer and distributor of highe quality water dispensing and purifying systems.

waterlogic

waterlogic


The Waterlogic signature approach to refreshment purity takes three stages; Filtration, UV purification and BioCote™ antimicrobial protection. The Waterlogic 4 breaks new ground in that all cold, sparkling and ambient water has the maximum (class A) UV treatment giving a 100% pure water guarantee in every cup.

waterlogic

waterlogic

Designer : Thomas Hentges




Natura Levo Wind Turbine

The innovative conceptual product by Laura Sink of The Art Institute of Pittsburg is an interesting one. Natura Levo, is a small, vertical-axis wind turbine whose primary purpose is to catch wind from any direction. The beautifully shaped stationary shape is the center axis for the design, which can be mounted to any existing structure like a telephone pole or even the usual backyard and once mounted the device, is used to catch wind. It’s a nice and simple way to make us aware of the need to coexist within the natural surrounding. So it is a nice, sleek and practical educational tool for today’s generation.

natura levo wind turbine


Text from the designer :

Natura Levo is a small wind, vertical axis wind turbine. It is a 66″ tall turbine that contains two non-traditional blades that can catch wind from any direction. These blades are fastened within a unique steel component which also houses the tapered bearings allowing the blades to spin with little friction. The center axis is a beautifully formed stationary shape that mounts to existing architecture. The intended architecture can be anything ranging from a telephone pole, to an old chimney mount, to a flag pole in a residential back yard. Natura Levo is intended to harness energy from a renewable energy source while co-existing with its natural surroundings. Natura Levo should be so beautiful that it raises awareness of natural energy by admiration of its design.

Natura Levo is made primarily of Novomer plastic, with necessary steel bearings, adjustable cylinder mount, and small housings. The steel components are machined, and with the exception of the housings, these are standard forms. The remaining steel pieces would be machined in 3 separate entities and welded together. The axis is Novomer and injection blow molded; the blades are a bit more involved. They would be formed in 4 pieces and snapped together. The nature of the rotation would strengthen the fastened segments by using the natural force. These 4 pieces would be injection molded.

natura levo wind turbine

Designer : Laura Sink






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