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L.E.D Watch Table

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LED watch table is the world’s first watch table flaunting 24ct make. The table has been precision engineered in steel, glass, acrylic and flock lining for the drawer interiors.

Table equipped with ultra slim utility drawers and progammable L E D clock. Seconds and date viewed with touch buttons (as per original watch function). Clock time or message (8 letter max) displayed. 24O volt supply - 110 optional.

Dimensions:
Width: 800 mm
Height: 720 mm
Length: 2300 mm



0 comment filed    4:28 pm    August 18th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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X-Watch by Damian Kozlik

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Designed by Damian Kozlik this funky time piece called the x-watch is his concept at a universal time piece that can be used by the sighted and blind.

“X - watch” is universal and integrating L.E.D. timepiece. It can be used by sighted and blind people. Watch case and straps can be made of rubber. Dial is compounded of Leds. Mechanism of the watch (IC board) is placed under them.

How blind people can use it? It’s simple. It’s just to move a finger along the graduated watch glass. There are extruded Braille numbers. When a person touches highlighted panel hears a sound.



0 comment filed    6:47 am    July 26th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Shiny Watch

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hi-tech concept watch aptly named Shine - combines luxurious gemstones with advanced technology and materials.



0 comment filed    6:35 am    May 8th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Moss LED Sofa

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This LED-illuminated Moss couch is that it looks like it belongs in an igloo. This makes a stunning compromise for anyone intrigued by the aesthetics of the ice hotel craze, yet like most people, is averse to the cold.

It looks like a combination of ice cubes and cushy clouds, and would be an eye-popping focal element of any modern interior.



0 comment filed    6:29 am    May 6th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Lumalive bag

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Favourite is an urban style bag that features Philips’ Lumalive textiles which have tiny arrays of LED lights integrated into the fabric. The front of the leather bag features a large piece of crystal mesh able to hold a flexible Lumalive background that can be used to display personalized luminous messages or patterns that are programmed by the user.

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0 comment filed    6:04 am    April 20th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Bamboo Stereo by Soohyuk Im

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Bears like it so why not humans? This bamboo inspired stereo looks good (ignore the pink) and thru the natural acoustics of cylindrical objects, sounds good too. But it’s not just nature-ry, it also has every accoutrement a technophile would want. Think wifi enabled, wireless speakers, integrated LED screen, MP3 line in, remote desktop syncing, radio, and yes - cd player.

Bamboo is a unique stereo system designed to help alleviate some of the loneliness in our contemporary lives.

Bamboo implies tranquility and companionship. Bamboo’s aim is not only to supply “soothing sonic satisfaction” but also to provide healing and comfort for people in a chaotic and stressful postmodern world. The built-in LED (Light Emitting Diode) on the side of the speakers produces various forms of sound visualisation. Music is transmitted wirelessly from the main system to the speakers. The main component is comprised of a recharging element, a built-in wireless-LAN WIFI, CD player, radio and MP3 player. This unique combination facilitates saving downloaded music automatically from any computer since it has its own IP address (ipv6).



0 comment filed    7:03 am    January 30th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Day-for-Night, Modular Solar Dress

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Day-for-Night is a modular, reconfigurable dress comprised of 448 white circuit boards (although the number changes as the dress can get longer or shorter). Each tile is designed in such a way as to accommodate a solar cell, a RGB LED, or a photocell, and jumper connectors (in the form of 0 Ohm resistors). A control board provides power, communicates with the tiles, and links to a computer via RF. The dress is completely modular both in terms of software and hardware.



0 comment filed    7:47 am    January 24th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Electric Light Shoes

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The electric light shoes were designed for a Japanese footwear company, Onitsuka Tiger, by Freedom of Creation.

The shoe is 3 feet long and contains a miniature city inside, the stripes resemble streets and highways and tall building point out from the shoe’s opening. The huge shoe is intended to communicate Onitsuka Tiger’s Japanese roots.



0 comment filed    8:54 am    January 22nd, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Gucci LED Watch

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It may look like an instrument clutched around the wrist of a cyborg but it’s for humans. Yea! You got it right. It’s actually a range of Gucci bracelet watches with a sliding door revealing a glass LED display.



0 comment filed    7:38 am    January 20th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Energy Consciousness (Electric Meter)

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It’s a simple device that gives you up to the minute stats on your energy usage and calculates your current electric bill. Designer Delroy Dennisur could have stopped right there but he decided to take it a step further and give you a purdy visual cue. The front panel is laden with LEDs forming a floral pattern. The more energy you use, the more light is emitted as if the florals are growing.



0 comment filed    10:06 am    November 29th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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