Seve Jobs once said that people don’t know what they until you show
it to them. This is probably why we have independent gadgets now vying
for integration with features of mainstream products.Can your tablet
take good pictures; is your cellphone smart like a
computer; can your MP3 player shoot videos? Not only are we duplicating
applications, we are also diluting the individuality of a device. I’m
not going to judge on the technology wastage here, instead I’ll update
you on concepts like the Lifebook. An idea that integrates a tablet,
camera, phone and music player to collectively form the hardware for a
laptop! They all work independently to support their unique identity and
yet unify to create a magical device.
The 360 Iron is the result of an exploration into the evolution of the common iron and a representation of key improvements made to an appliance that has otherwise experienced minimal change over the years.
The Floating Phone gives us an idea of how 3 D cellphones will look and feel like. The fantasy is about the experience and how we can a flat touchscreen intuitively rises to your finger touch and makes dialing or texting a whole new adventure.