The Book Radio is a radio concept designed by students at the Interaction Design Institute Irvea that removes the dials, switches, and buttons of a regular radio. The radio is controlled through simple interactions with the book itself, which provides a complex listening experience for the user. For example, turning the pages of the book will scan through the radio stations, and each page represents a specific radio frequency, so finding a preset station is as simple as turning to a particular page in the book. The electronics for the device are completely contained in the spine of the book, allowing you to easily feign intelligence and sophistication while you rock out to Top 40 Jams®! Oh, I'd do anything for you, Kelly Clarkson.
This is a conceptual iPhone design by Bryan Brunsell with the camera moved to the top so while you're texting and walking you can see whatever you're about to walk into. My guess is a sex shop because you're a pervert! Plus when you're texting and driving you'll be able to se... / Continue →
The Lexus LF-A Crystallised Wind is a car made entirely of acrylic glass. I know, I thought it was real crystallized wind too. LIARS! Anyway, I don't recommend stuffing any dead bodies in the trunk. I do recommend wearing pants.
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This is a conceptual solar powered BMW. It may look like a fish, but it's not, it's a car, silly! Well, not a real car, cause it's only a concept. Like me. I ONLY EXIST YOUR INTERNET!
Created by 24-yo German designer Anne Forschner, the Lovos stands fo Lifestyle of Volunta... / Continue →