P.F.U.V : Futuristic Personal Folding Urban Vehicle Concept for The Year of 2040

Designed for the year 2040 this vehicle solves a mayor problem for every city in the future, space. Only 30% longer than a standard bicycle, P.F.U.V (Personal Folding Urban Vehicle) has the ability of folding itself when not in use for reducing space to a minimum. When folded, this vehicle can be stacked in front of one another for parking.

Most people use a big car for transporting only themselves from point A to B, and cars spend most of the day parked, wasting a lot of space. Utilizing electric motors on each wheel, this vehicle reduces pollution to zero. This is why P.F.U.V transports only one person and folds itself for parking. The chassis is made out of high tech materials, metal ceramics, each hole in the structure is calculated for reducing weight to a maximum without sacrificing the chassis strength.

Designer : Eduardo Díaz Tostado

P.F.U.V - Personal Folding Urban Vehicle by Eduardo Diaz Tostado

P.F.U.V - Personal Folding Urban Vehicle by Eduardo Diaz Tostado

P.F.U.V - Personal Folding Urban Vehicle by Eduardo Diaz Tostado

P.F.U.V - Personal Folding Urban Vehicle by Eduardo Diaz Tostado

P.F.U.V - Personal Folding Urban Vehicle by Eduardo Diaz Tostado

P.F.U.V - Personal Folding Urban Vehicle by Eduardo Diaz Tostado




Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors Records Muscle Activities Around Fractured Areas

Pedro Nakazato has designed Bones orthopedic cast with sensors to capture the muscle activities around the fracture area and stimulate full recovery time of the patient. The main objective of this project is to provide specific information and achievement of the patients based on their level of exercises during the cast period. Bones will simulate the time of recovery based on all the physical activity data of the patient.

Designer : Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade


Patients go to Hospital when they suffer from bone fractures to be analyzed and receive proper treatment from the doctor. They will be presented with Bones orthopedic cast. Each time the user turns on Bones, the EMG sensors will record all muscle activity around the fractured area and save the data in the cast device. All this information will then go into the community based website of Bones where Doctors, physiotherapists, and other new users of Bones can follow the patient’s progress. In this way, new users can visualize their achievement based on the data from former patients with the same type of fracture. Sharing this information is a good way to encourage other patients to engage with their recovery process from beginning of the treatment.

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

In the end, using Bones orthopedic cast can reduce the overall period of recovery time. Because the recovering process from a fractured bone doesn’t depend only on period spent with the cast but the entire activity and muscle strains recovery process. During the cast period the fractured limb loses huge amounts of muscle strain due to the inactivity of the area. One of the causes is that users start to exercise the limb only after removing the cast while they should be engaged in keeping the muscles around the fractured area active from the very first day with the cast.

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

For this project, the designer has done some research to decide the material for the cast. It has to be lighter, hygienic, and thinner compared to traditional material. He decided to use Polycaprolactone for the cast. The muscle sensors are embedded on the band which goes under the Bones orthopedic cast to keep the muscle tension around the fractured area.

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade

Bones Orthopedic Cast with Sensors by Pedro Nakazato Andrade




Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee

Seçac Humidifier or you can say Sessac Humidifier takes white bucket form into design consideration rather than black bucket to provide clean and classic look of this product. The word Sessac itself means sprout in Korean, it is reflected clearly on this humidifier design. It is constructed of cylindrical water tank with handle, a sprout shaped float mechanism that consists of water filter, sonicator and exhaust nozzle. Pretty adorable humidifier design.

All you need to do simply fill the water tank and the sprout will slowly float onto the surface. When Sessac Humidifier transforms the water into steam, slowly the sprout moves downward to let you know about the water level. The long narrow nozzle prevents wet floor around this humidifier.

Designer : Wonsang Lee

Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee

Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee

Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee

Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee

Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee

Sessac Humidifier by Wonsang Lee






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