The problem all musicians have is the transportation of their musical equipment, and it is because of this that you will often see a guitarist (for example) struggling down the street with his/her guitar and case, an amplifier, and a backpack full of other stuff they need (like cables, foot pedals, a microphone and stand, and a drink).
Based on extensive research done by Nathan McDonald, a product designer, he found that buskers (street performers) have two options in the way they perform: they can either play acoustically and strain their voices to be heard, or they can play electrically but have to bring their own power source. The most common power source for this is a car battery, which is just something else to carry, and car batteries are not light! This is where the Gen-X Buskers Amp comes in.
The Gen-X Buskers Amp is an innovation in mobile musical equipment. The Gen-X incorporates a back-pack style design, this is to aid in the transportation of musical equipment, since it is easy to carry and other smaller pieces of equipment can be stored inside the Gen-X’s storage compartment. For increased sound quality the Gen-X has a hard polypropylene shell, but because of this the back panel has to be shaped to fit the spine for comfort. The Gen-X uses 3 oval speakers that have been arranged to create the ‘new face of outdoor performing’.
Although named a ‘buskers amp’ this could in fact be used by any musician on the move. Gen-X Buskers Amp can be used outside, powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery, or indoors powered by an AC adaptor.
Giorgi Tedoradze has submitted his latest concept tablet to Tuvie. It is inspired by HTC, a company that creates many award-winning mobile devices.
Technological age has brought new challenges for high-tech companies. They must create a really unique product in a competitive environment. HTC is one of hi-tech companies which has the technology and experience to create exactly such a product. This project is a development of the idea of HTC tablet called Dream. Project Dream continues and refines the brand’s design language. In my opinion this will be the famous brand’s flagman model in the near future. Enjoy with elegant and simple forms!
The step chair designed by Seton Spadt, a student at the Philedelphia University is definitely an eye catcher. As per him he was inspired by Wilson Art’s Laminate wherein the steps represents the transformation happened over the the last century or so. The steps indicate the way the company has progressed to be a market leader as it is today thus sitting on this one gets a feeling of being the king of the world! The color combination used for the steps are some of the best sellers that has come from them; overall a suitable visual tribute for one of pioneer firm of the last century. If you need further information, you can contact the designer here : email@example.com