You are looking at the future of our transportation, Next Modular Self Driving Vehicle. It’s a concept transportation that encourages people to interact with each other by combining several modules to create bigger and comfortable space when traveling. Based on researches, self-driving vehicle is considered to be 99% safer than human driving and much cheaper compared to human driven taxi. The seat design inside this vehicle is pretty innovative, it was inspired by origami shape/form that enables you to construct multiple configuration based on your needs from conventional chair, lounge, relax to a chair with table tray. Equipped with a custom app, you can control the destination, combination, speed limit and many more.
Apart from the stereotypical traditional oil-lamps, Tumbler Lamp differentiates itself with its modern aesthetic look and its extraordinary function, as well. Its fresh look consisted of glass and metal is designed to replace the ornamental old-fashion candles. The spherical metal reservoir, the main purpose of which is to prevent tumbler lamp from falling off the surface, is the reason of the lamp’s stunning effect. Tumbler lamp’s functional concern brings an innovative dimension to the safety issue smartly. Literally, it never falls.
If this future technology came true, would you be willing to sacrifice your comfort by wearing it all the time? Glove One is a wearable mobile communication device, yes, you can make a phone call from it. This project goal is not to design future innovation, but to questions you about what kind of things you’re willing to sacrifice in order to participate in technology and social media. This technology presents delicate and ineffective object with which to augment ourselves. If you want to use this tech, it means you have to sacrifice your hand.
“It is both the literalization of Sherry Turkle’s notion of technology as a “phantom limb”, in how we augment ourselves through an ambivalent reliance on it, as well as a celebration of the freedom we seek in our devices. Emotional investment becomes physical, as the functionality of the device depends on the dysfunctionality of the wearer. While we enjoy the fantasies they offer, we rethink the technologies we construct and reflect on how they construct us.”