- The nCycle is Here
- Walking With An Independent Streak
- Friday Giveaway: 2 Sexy MVMT Watches To Be Won!
- Dot Matrix Microwave for Dummies
- What Goes Up(cycle) Must Come Down
Posted: 29 Aug 2014 09:31 AM PDT
Featured on Yanko earlier this year, we’re excited to announce that the revolutionary nCycle has move to a prototype phase… which means one step closer to you! Conceived as the ultimate expression of automotive beauty for e-bikes, the nCycle incorporates only the very essence of the vehicle itself and discards all the superfluous elements. The result of this approach is a single, continuously flowing frame which simultaneously outlines and defines the e-bike as a viable next generation vehicle.
Designer: Hussain Almossawi & Marin Myftiu
Posted: 29 Aug 2014 05:36 AM PDT
The one thing that you will note about the folks who have some imparity is that they strive to be fiercely independent. To help them walk the streets without any assistance, we have here the Street Scanner. It is a device that works by sensing the objects around it. The sensors recognize objects that are distant and report it to the user via its interface.
The device provides feedback through voice and popup buttons and each of them works with 2 levels of heights that depict obstacles and indicate if they are moving or not. Overall, it's a device that makes navigation easy and safer.
Designer: Ahha Design Group
Posted: 29 Aug 2014 01:04 AM PDT
As a watch enthusiast, from personal experience I can tell, that getting hold of a timepiece that is stylish and crafted with high quality standards can break your bank. MVMT Watches shattered this myth and went on to become the second-highest-funded fashion startup on Indigogo. This weekend, TWO YD-ers stand a chance to win a MVMT Watch of their choice. Want to dress that wrist of your? Details inside!
You're two steps away from winning a MVMT Watch!
For those who love black, it can't get sexier than this timepiece. The 45 mm, solid black plated stainless steel case, compliments the 24 mm wide, 3-link black plated stainless steel band. Movement and other basic features are the same as the other MVMT models. This includes a Miyota Japanese quartz movement and 3-hand with date dial.
Boasting of a solid black dial with striking red seconds hand, the Black/Tan Leather Watch is a league of its own. Key features include custom gunmetal markers and hands, Miyota Japanese quartz movement and 3-hand with date dial. The solid black plated stainless steel case measures 45 mm and keeps the watch safe and is water resistant up to 3 atm. The 24 mm tan leather band with black stainless steel buckle, lends an air of sophistication to the watch.
Hard to ignore and difficult to resist, the temptation of donning the White/Tan Leather MVMT Watch is strong. Designed with custom shiny stainless steel markers and hands, the white dial is housed in a solid stainless steel case. The 24 mm tan leather band with stainless steel buckle completes the elegant look of the timepiece.
The two power colors of black and white are in perfect harmony when you wear them as the White/Black Leather MVMT Watch. Featuring custom shiny stainless steel markers and hands, the Miyota Japanese quartz sits secure under the white dial. The 24 mm black leather band with stainless steel buckle blends in perfectly with the solid stainless steel case. Water resistant up to 3 atm, the watch is a classic timepiece, packed with typical MVMT design cues.
Posted: 29 Aug 2014 12:01 AM PDT
I know I’m not the only one who has NO CLUE how to use my microwave’s gazillion features. For us, there’s the Dot Matrix Microwave. — This innovative design takes the guesswork out of heating various foods by utilizing a single knob that toggles between the only the most common settings including defrost, liquids and 3 straightforward power settings. The design could have used a 2 million pixel LCD fancy shmancy screen, but nothing really emphasizes its simplicity like a beautifully basic dot matrix display!
Designer: WAACS Design
Posted: 29 Aug 2014 12:01 AM PDT
As you might infer from the name, the Seesaw Bench puts the FUN in functionality with a clever design that doubles as a place to sit and relax or an interactive way to engage with strangers and friends alike! Composed of reclaimed materials, including upcycled tires, each unit is as efficient to produce as it is eco-friendly. Though simple in form and function, its balanced aesthetic and contrast in shapes make it a sculptural object despite being produced from otherwise unsightly materials!
Designers: Cheung Lui, Hui King Pun ,Tai Yan Ying ,Wong Hiu Tung, & Kacama Design Lab
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