This concept for a robotic lawnmower would allow users to program in custom graphics on its touchscreen interface, then uses special cutters to create designs in your grass. Advertisers would go nuts for these at sporting venues.
A 0.3mm thick flexible OLED display which can be bent or shaped to create cool new gadgets. Here, Samsung exec Brian Berkeley demos the tech on a curved smartphone to increase screen real estate.
A futuristic vision from Mercedes-Benz for the SUV of tomorrow. The agressive G-class off-roader was designed for the 2012 LA Auto Show Design challenge – for a 2025 police vehicle.
Toyota hasn’t made a new Supra in almost a decade, but rumors pop up from time-to-time, and designer Andreas Fougner hopes this is what the next Supra will look like. We have to agree.
AndrÃ© Silva’s concept design integrates a storage device (in HD or SSD versions), along with LED under-body lighting and a top that doubles as a multi-touch trackpad. LaCie, please take a look.
Hitachi’s concept display system can make meetings and classes more interactive and fun. The system uses an ultra-short throw LCD projector to display video onto a touch-enabled whiteboard.
One of four finalists in a Blackberry case design contest, the B100 unabashedly evokes memories of those awful 1980s brick phones. The non-functional retractable antenna is a nice touch.
Designer Vicente Jean-FranÃ§ois envisions a future in which we ride around on zero-emission electric bikes. The curvy, minimal E boardtracker would hide its motors in its wheel hubs.
In this projection-mapped installation by Alcatel-Lucent at the last Mobile World Congress, the public was invited into a cube filled with color and light to witness “transforming the mobile experience.”
The ItalDesign-Giugiaro Quaranta hybrid concept car was recently retrofitted taxi-style to shuttle fares around Rome molto veloce, with top speed of 155 mph, 0-60 in 4.2 seconds and 3.3-liter V6.
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