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The Pressure Test
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 01:11 AM PST
I iron my shirts myself so I really know why Choi Hyemin has designed the Easy Iron. Collar, cuffs and hard to remove creases require extra pressure and a clever iron maneuver and I struggle with them everyday. Easy Iron kinda splits into two different bases for such tricky creases. I guess once we see the working prototype things will clearer. For now, all I can do is struggle and hope this iron comes out soon!
Designer: Choi Hyemin

Please Sammy Widescope
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 01:00 AM PST
Love this simple camera called Slite, a device that allows you to slide out the screen and edit images on the go. The new-age cameras have all made us semi-pro at taking pictures. Heck, even the smartphones now allow you to tinker around with minimum tools to improve the pic. So the next logical step is a point and shoot with enhanced features and inbuilt advance tools for image editing. Way to go sammy!
Designer: Binna Kim of SADI

Get Drunk & Make Stuff!
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 12:03 AM PST
Re-Wine is a clever design that transforms from a reusable, biodegradable carrying case for your wine into a lamp shade that uses the empty bottle as the base. If you’re not looking for a new lamp, the case also has interlocking joints that allow it to be connected to other units to form a custom seat, table or shelf. The more wine you drink, the more modules you have for building lamps or other furniture! Now there’s an idea that’s sure to motivate people!
Designer: Miniwiz

Carrying Case for the MacAddict
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 12:02 AM PST
Designed with MacBook users in mind, this computer tote by features a durable exterior made of a similar anodized aluminum as the MacBook as well as a super-soft internal skin. It will protect your precious Apple at all times, but it also works great as a place to rest your computer when you’re using it on-the-go. Rest it comfortably on your knees when you’re sitting and you’ll find that your laptop is at a comfortable height, stable and isn’t transmitting heat to your legs! Get it here!
Designer: DDP Studio

Little Improvements Go a Long Way
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 12:01 AM PST
The Pick UP marker is a prime example of how sometimes the smallest change can improve a product’s functionality and overall user-friendliness. Instead of lying flat against the whiteboard, the magnetic marker cap is slanted to position the body of the pen at an angle that’s easier to grab. The triangular shape also enhances ergonomics and prevents it from rolling should the marker fall.
Designer: Prof. T.K. Philip Hwang, Prof Fan Cheng Kuei,  Fu Shou Hsi & Wang Chih Wei


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