1. Detection of Dyson V15
Dyson’s latest stick vacuum gamifies cleaning with a precisely angled laser on its cleaning head, a piezo sensor inside and a vibrantly colored LCD display – the sum that allows household cleaners to keep an eye out for particles tiny ones that have been successfully sucked out of the ground using a 125,000 rpm engine. Dyson remains the gold standard when it comes to the stick vacuum category with innovations like these.
2. Zen garden speaker
Inspired by the captivating sloping patterns of a Japanese Zen dry garden, the speaker + lighting fixture from Momentum Studio is envisioned as the quintessential quintessence of ambient sounds and light as ambiance, with a small dial volume in polished river stone style.
3. Native Union Heritage Valet wireless charger
It’s surprising how quickly you get used to never having to search for a charging cable once you switch to a wireless charging device. Native Union remains one of our must-have accessory manufacturers, placing an emphasis on the design experience on a par with the technological convenience offered by their products. Their Heritage Valet is wrapped in Italian leather, one half finely textured, the other finished with gold accents – a charging solution that adds, rather than harming the desk or any surface, providing up to 5W to charge them. AirPods, 7.5W with iPhones, and up to 10W with other Qi-compatible devices.
4. MIT researchers alter printed designs with a burst of light
Imagine repainting your car or sneakers in a minute with a flash of light. This is what the MIT researchers are working on, using an ultraviolet (UV) light projector combined with elements coated with a light-activated dye, allowing painted prototypes to be changed almost instantly. The prototype system allows pixel-level control over saturation levels, allowing modification of a previous design without erasing the surface.
5. Sound bubbles
We have all seen visualizations of airborne particles moving in confined spaces. Imagine using these same kinds of visualizations to track how sound moves and bounces around a room. This is exactly what the experiment and sound designer Yuri Suzuki is working on, using the visualized data to develop sound suppression technologies that would allow users to build quiet areas of privacy in the home using spatial audioâ¦ “a transparent bubble that engulfs and deflects unwanted sounds.”
6. Love Hulten’s MDLR – 3 7 Synth
Our favorite instrument and electronics maker Love Hulten unveils what could be the most portable synthesizer, a fold-out combination of a Korg Minilogue, Korg Microkey 37, Meris ENZO, T-Rex Replicator and Doepfer A- 199, all in a toolbox with a handle. Case.
7. ANAORI kakugama
Carbon graphite is one of the most unusual substances, one that is lighter than iron, but also capable of emitting five times more infrared heat than a cast iron skillet or saucepan. Cube shaped with a imo-gata (rounded bottom) shaped like a pot on the inside, this incredibly expensive monolithic carbon graphite block (starting at $ 2,490) is designed to achieve internal temperatures of up to 572 Â° F, allowing culinary creators to ‘use this intense, controllable heat for grilling, steaming, simmering, frying or poaching in the kitchen or for a dramatic presentation on the table that is sure to elevate the meal into an experience engaging all the senses.
8. Samsung M5 32 â³ Smart Monitor
If you want to increase productivity while working from home (and also relieve stress on your eyes), we highly recommend adding a larger external monitor as a sidekick for your laptop. The recently unveiled 32-inch (and even larger M7) 43-inch Smart Monitor M5 is one of the more notable options available, in part because we love its bezel-less white design, as well as its flexibility as a display. adaptable work / hospitality. Granted, the M5’s 1920 Ã 1080 (FHD) resolution isn’t the best-in-class in the spec department, but it is priced under $ 250 and doubles as a TV or gaming station, ideal for spaces. domestic workers who have to work in duplicate.
9. The spectacular sunset in West Hollywood
I’d be the first to admit that I’m not a huge fan of billboards, either in the traditional medium or as a digital signage. That said, the bold design of the West Hollywood Sunset Spectacular’s tesseract multimedia billboard is so bonkers it might woo me with its multi-faceted technological presence along Sunset Blvd. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) plans to exhibit blocks of multimedia art preserved and preserved on the tower and its grounds, adding an additional layer of cultural value to its erection.
10. Scroll LG Display OLED Concept
Our passionate design counterparts at Dezeen hosted a global design competition challenging creatives to reinvent OLED digital signage without the constraints of the standardized form of flat screen TVs. Richard Bone and Jisu Yun’s winning design is an elegant concept inspired by the shape of its namesake, winning top honors with the most practical and innovative design that doubles as a shelf and stand. Check out the finalists here.