Jiri Bukvald has designed the insulin pump as an original and suitable product with clear function, simple and perfect shaping. For a diabetic is vital to know his or her sugar level in blood (sugar blood). Therefore Bukvald designed large OLED display placed on a clip so it would be always legible and clear. Integrated clip makes the pump suitable for comfortable wearing. The large numbers on display show sugar blood, the small numbers stands for actual time and the darts represent rate and direction of motion sugar blood. This makes it possible for a diabetic person to respond on time and improve the quality of his or her compensation and thereby extend his or her life.
The pump can contain the insulin reservoir of the volume of 1.8 ml or 3 ml. The power is supplied by rechargeable accumulator cell of prismatic type which saves space because of its small dimensions (102 x 50 x 17 mm).
Since saving space can be our future problem, designers are trying to create smarter design to help solving space problem. One of them is David Andrew Botton, check out his new creation : Rox Bench. Rox bench is great solution for you who live in houses with restricted gardens and where space saving furniture is paramount. You can change the unit into a storage where you can keep your garden tools, children’s toys, etc when it comes to winter. When summer comes, you can open it out into 3 seater bench that has two accompanying tables. The materials are made of aluminum, plywood, and chrome steel, plus it features built-in solar lights, this will create a very cool night time effect.
Introducing DNA 3D Printed Shoe System from Pensar Development, this project aims to design and create footwear based on individual anatomy and biomehanics. This concept project enhances rapid manufacturing to create shoes especially for you, not only to your foot contours but also how your move with it.
Based on researches that pair user behavior, data acquisition, and rapid prototyping, this company has created a method of mass tailoring products. In this project, they focus on shoes.
How to create shoes that perfectly for you? Simply throw on trainers outfitted with pressure sensors and accelerometers and go for a run. Once the device collects all data, you can bring them to the store, upload it and with a series of algorithms, the store will develop shoes that fit you and the way you move via the 3D printer. In fact, by enhancing the algorithm further, the technology might design shoes that improve your running form.