Phoenix Vehicle Design with Central Kinetic Axis to Generate The Power

The new Phoenix concept designed by Sergio Loureiro, a Royal College of Art student in London, is some piece of work. This aerodynamic beauty is a sports car which runs on electricity with the overall concept being of reducing energy consumption. This is achieved as the vehicle adopts the alternate energy regeneration system inspired by technology used in dance floors. Here car has a central kinetic axis which with the movement of the vehicle generates power. The car is a complete beauty not just design wise but in motion as it puts to use the kinetic laws of physics for its basic functioning. So, one can say that it’s one piece of art.

phoenix car concept

phoenix car concept


Sergio says “Outside the car industry technologies have been developed in order to regenerate power, like kinetic watches, wind turbine, geothermic energy absorption even a sustainable dance floor is developed that regenerates the energy from the bouncing of the floor.

Around those ideas I designed a car with a central kinetic axis that generates the power of the movement as the vehicle turns like two attached motorbikes.

Second, I thought electrical cars should be designed aiming for sensations and not for speed in order to preserve the batteries longer. At high speed the battery range drop considerably, so this vehicle would provide sensations at lower speeds.

Drivers that have lived in a virtual computer game word that want to drive a vehicle closer to a spaceship, something that can provide them with different sensations.”

phoenix car concept

phoenix car concept

Designer : Sergio Loureiro




Loupe Concept Remote Control : Smart Future Technology for Older Generations

Loupe is a new generation concept remote control of a smart TV. The design focuses on creating a “Telefriend”, opposite to the simple-minded mechanical “Telecommande” of today. This futuristic remote is the user’s highly personalized friend, following the trend of individualized “smart” technologies and devices.

The main idea is a “magnifying glass”, a remote that would reveal all the intricate and complex features to the user. These industrial designers focus more on the older generation people, those that might need more assistance understanding the swiftly advancing TV technology. The remote itself would also have actual magnifying features to facilitate helping this demographic and translating almost an analog, understandable method into newer technology.

Designer : Sarah Gao and Beata Patašiūtė

Loupe Concept Remote Control by Beata Patasiute and Sarah Gao

Loupe Concept Remote Control by Beata Patasiute and Sarah Gao

Loupe Concept Remote Control by Beata Patasiute and Sarah Gao

Loupe Concept Remote Control by Beata Patasiute and Sarah Gao

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Tuvie has received “Loupe Concept Remote Control” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.




KATA 3N1-20 Backpack for Professional Photographers

The new bag pack design, KATA named 3N1-20 Sling Bag is surely a practical day to day accessory for professional photographers. Coming from the makers of military bags for the Israeli defense services, the bag can be used in various positions as sling and is comfortable to carry along. The design ensures that whole lot of equipments can be carried with least effort and the equipments can be accessed easily as and when required. The bags are designed keeping in mind the fact the user can easily walk long distances without trouble. All in all it is a practical solution that addresses the problems of photographers. [Buy It Here]

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

kata KT D-3n1-20 Sling Backpack

Designer : Kata Bags [Buy It Here]






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