Posts Tagged ‘Concepts’
 
 
 
Videos
 
Hoverboard
Hoverboard
Hoverboard

Back To The Future II Hoverboard Comes To Life (video)

The best part about Back to the Future II was the Hoverboard.  While totally viable from a technological standpoint no one had bothered to produce an actual prototype, until now. French designer Nils Guadagnin version looks to ...
 
Concepts
 
soda-seal-can-disc
soda-seal-can-disc
soda-seal-can-disc

Soda Can With A Resealable Lid (video)

Isn't it about time the soda can got an update?  And perhaps this time the update won't be motivated by safety reasons (remember those swallowable tabs?).  This design uses the standard soda pop-can tabs, but hidden underneath ...

 
Concepts
 
Radio Ball Concept
Radio Ball Concept
Radio Ball Concept

Radio Ball Concept (video)

Before we know it standalone radios will be a thing of the past.  Already gone are the days of tactile tuning knobs, which have been replaced by their digital counterparts.  Design group Teague's Radio Ball concept brings a new...
 
Cars
 
Two in one motorcycle
Two in one motorcycle
Two in one motorcycle

Concept Motorcycle Converts To A Car If You’ve Got Two

I have a hate/love relationship with concepts.  They're usually really cool but don't yet exist, which is kind of equitable to a prick tease.  Ramesh Gound designed this electric motorcycle concept, which can transform into a c...

 
Concepts
 
Roller baby Concept
Roller baby Concept
Roller baby Concept

Scooter Meets Stroller Concept Is Just Another Reason Why Humans Should Be Licensed To Procreate

If you've ever drank alcohol then you know just how dangerous a shopping cart can be.  You know what I'm talking about it.  One friend sits in the cart (where the groceries go) and another pushes while intermittently riding the...
 
Concepts
 
Coffee Loving Umbrella
Coffee Loving Umbrella
Coffee Loving Umbrella

Coffee Loving Umbrella

Who ever put the cup holder in the car probably burned the sh*t out of their crotch - talk about an 'ah-huh' moment.  I'd like to think the same type of inspiration came to Jung-Woo Lee when designing the Coffee Loving Umbrella...

 
Concepts
 
Kolelinio-Transit System
Kolelinio-Transit System
Kolelinio-Transit System

Kolelinia Backpack Transit System Works On Floating Wires, Saves The Earth, Kills The Car (video)

Cars have long been an antiquated mode of transportation thanks to their fossil fuel burning engines.  Now are streets our clogged with them and our skies are saturated with pollutants. Enter the Kolelinio fly by wire system.  ...
 
Concepts
 

Polyvogue Foldable Suitcase Stroller Needs To Be Mandated By The FAA

If you've flown by plane then you've been through security and at one time or another stuck behind a couple with a baby stroller.  They don't fold down quickly, are a pain to store once boarded and all together probably can acc...

 
Concepts
 
Electrolux Shine
Electrolux Shine
Electrolux Shine

Electrolux SHINE Washing Machine Concept

If you live in Tokyo, New York City, Boston or San Francisco, heck even Los Angeles it probably means some sort of walk to the laundry machine, be it in building or to the local laundry mat.  To address this problem - oh and it...
 
Clothing
 
Flash Memory Watch Concept-1
Flash Memory Watch Concept-1
Flash Memory Watch Concept-1

Concept LED Watch Features Hidden Built-in USB Storage

Would I wear this concept LED watch?  Surely.  Too bad it doesn't exist, at least not yet.  Aside from the cryptic display this watch has a yet to be determined amount of flash storage space.  The USB connection is hidden in th...

 
Computers
 
OM Mouse Concept
OM Mouse Concept
OM Mouse Concept

Giant Concept Mouse Is Just 10mm Thin

The mouse is quickly becoming an antiquated method of interacting with your computer.  So we're a bit shocked to see such a large and obtuse concept around the input tool.  The OM wireless optical mouse is about two times the s...
 
Clothing
 
Mechanical Skirt
Mechanical Skirt
Mechanical Skirt

Back To The Future Self Trimming Skirt (video)

In Back To The Future II Marty McFly tosses on a 'letter jacket' only to find it's about 3 sizes too big, that is until he hits the appropriate button and the outerwear shrinks to his size.  Now, one designer has implemented th...