Posted: 29 Sep 2014 09:22 AM PDT
The Self-Generator is an amazing ceiling fan concept that can preserve the mechanical energy after the fan has been powered-off. The system uses electromagnetic induction and the remainder mechanical energy is converted into electricity and saved in the capacitor. This reserved energy can be used for next time.
The designers explain, "according to the energy principle, the Kinetic energy of starting a fan from speed 0 to V is equal to the dissipation of slowing down from speed V to 0. As the friction and capacitor limits exist, approximately after 2~3 times the saved energy can start the fan. The usage is the same as ordinary fan; as long as it’s been charged enough it will automatically work."
Designers: Tab Chao & Julia Zhu
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 09:11 AM PDT
Compact living and constantly moving from one home to another can take a toll on how we pack our kitchen and port it with us. Keeping transportability and kitchen components in mind, we have here the Mobile Kitchen. The design integrates the chimney and the stove in such a way that it's easy to assemble and take apart. As good at it gets for the moment.
Designers: Wen-Liang Huang, Biao Guo, Jing-Wen Huang, Lan-Lan Lin & Li-Hua Tan
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 08:48 AM PDT
The CORE Patient Recovery Vest is aimed at those workers who come first in contact with accident victims. It is designed to aid them establish triage and prevent medical shock and of course minimize casualties. Integrated sensors in the vest, measures the vitals and keep the patient's heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature displayed so that it's easy for the responder to monitor and administer the required aid.
Designer: Christopher Wright
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