Medusa Lamp Concept by Marko Vuckovic

Medusa Lamp was inspired by the magnificent glowing creatures of the sea, Jellyfish. Beautiful delicate jellyfish is called Medusa in several countries, due to its Medusa like tentacles that can stink and paralyze you, to thus this project name came from. Although Medusa lamp concept is not a free-swimming marine animal, it lights up your […]

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Jellyfish Lighting by Ryan Jongwoo Choi

Jellyfish Lighting concept is a light which utilizes solar energy to power itself. With the principle of utilizing atmospheric pressure difference, when the product is pressed from outside, the inside works like a vacuum. Using this principle, you can attach this product on windows to collect solar energy effectively, and use it later as a […]

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Borderlands Claptrap Talking Car Charger Fits Your Standard Cup Holder

Claptrap is back, it’s a unique character from Borderlands. CL4P-TP is a general purpose robot manufactured by Hyperion, it’s not just a machine, this robot is programmed with personality that brags frequently yet expresses severe loneliness. Borderlands Claptrap Talking Car Charger wants to bring this cute robot in your car, it fits in your standard cup holder and his eye would […]

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PlayCloud Pavilion Is Reminiscent Of A Swimming Jellyfish

PlayCloud pavilion is full of fun, it aims to interact with people with its inflatable structure. People are allowed to sit and lean on it. These interactions are causing the inflatable structure to produce changes in air pressure. It makes the structure to gently sway, pretty cool huh? It’s like there’s a giant curtain surrounding […]

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Futuristic SubMarine by Taizo Doi

This futuristic submarine inspired by a jellyfish as the designer said. Why jellyfish ? Taizo said that he wanted to design a future submarine that would look like a creature in the sea. Passengers will be placed on the top section which let them to have beautiful 360 degrees view from deep blue sea. With […]

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