- Meet The First Aid Blanket
- In The Mood For A New Laptop?
- This is the Samsung Galaxy S6
- New Skin … Faster Than Ever
Posted: 25 Nov 2014 06:19 AM PST
I love the world of inspiration, imagination and concept design! How else is it possible that we have two strikingly similar concepts, designed by teams that are geographically poles apart and both go on to win prestigious design awards. Take a look at the First Aid Cover by Jussi Koskimäki here, now come back and review the First Aid Blanket. Jussi bagged the prestigious Braun Prize, while the Asian team has bagged the Red Dot Awards. To be honest I love them both, because of their practical approach at guiding lay people in first aid.
Designers: Prof. Chai Chunlei, Qiu Yiwu, Cheng Zirui, Jin Qi, Li Zhexin, Li Ziyao, Ma Xuna, Shao Shuai & Yu Yijun
Posted: 25 Nov 2014 04:27 AM PST
Love this refreshing design for a laptop by Antoine Beynel. It's got that sexy aluminum finish and neat keys on the keyboard. What makes it stand apart is the customizable integrated sleeve that becomes a part of the computer. This ways you can protect your laptop and carry it with ease. Another striking feature is the way the ports on the side can be hidden and protected while traveling. Very cool!
Designer: Antoine Beynel
Posted: 25 Nov 2014 03:09 AM PST
Based on the creative inputs from their community, the 91mobiles team has drafted their version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Smartphone. The flagship concept features innovations like faux-leather back panel and 20 – Megapixel, ISOCELL rear camera with dual-tone LED Flash, Optical Image stabilization and 4K Video recording. All of it oozes with sexiness and makes this a tempting offer. Hot the jump for more pics and drool-worthy specs.
Posted: 25 Nov 2014 02:08 AM PST
The ReSkin Device is an innovative medical tool that can help burn victims make recovery faster with the help of skin grafts. Essentially, stem cells are harvested and then made to grow as skin in a special incubator. This special formula is then sprayed onto the victim requiring the graft. The time taken for the initial process is under two hours, which is significantly faster than the current methods. What is interesting is that the entire healing process takes about a week and is relatively painless. Super!
Designer: Martin Duhayon
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