It really is a very unusual and clever gadget for the kitchen! He was introduced and the Samsung called the O table. This is a modern piece with clean lines and a minimal exterior that will look great in swanky kitchens. The device is controlled using what Samsung calls a “groove touch pad” which you can draw a circle on to control the thermal output of the hob. This technology allows the heat given out by the hob to be controlled by hand gestures. Just draw a circle to regulate the temperature of the hob. The hob also fits in technologies like intelligent pan detection and boil-power preventative measures.
The intelligent gizmo switches off on its own, which is a very thoughtful input, especially if you have kids or pets in the house. If a foreign object like a toy or a bread knife is placed on the hob, then it will get disabled automatically. Also, the device will turn off on its own when not used for a considerable amount of time. So, if you put something to cook on the panel, feel free to do other things. With cooking you will be all right! The hob will take care of it.
And you can select a favorite color. O table is available in Capri Blue, Ruby Red, Mint Green, Stylish Black and Cream White.Super!
Kitchens of the future
Concept Oasis intelligent kitchen for the year 2020
Via: Pocket lint
Modern industry of portable players is a very sorry sight, they are a square, a rectangle. The idea of a new concept of Samsung range of simple and elegant. The configuration of the player Samsung Circle is extremely minimalist: on the front panel is a full-size touch screen, and on the edge of the player there is a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack and menu button. Everything else makes the user directly on the screen, what helps him a nice interface. Brilliant and easy!
Senegalese designer Laye Gning.
Concept media player
Future music player 2020
Future mp3 players
Apple future products
Every week we discover more and more environmental projects, which if not used in everyday life, then let humanity take a step forward to saving natural resources and environmental improvement. Look at the draft environmental hatch, with unusual cover, which could not simply close the drainage holes in the streets, but also bring substantial benefits to the city.
Hatch has sensors that read information such as the concentration of methane in the air. If there is a certain degree of danger, the hatch will light up red warning lights. However, this is not the only functional difference from the usual environmental hatch. Inside the lid is a special mechanism that stores kinetic energy of cars and people passing by and passing through it. later, this kinetic energy is converted into electrical energy. This electricity can be used for special equipment and employees, from time to time carry out repair and preventive maintenance in sewer shafts. At the bottom of the hatch is located electrical outlet into which you can connect anything. According to the project, a unique sunroof can also generate electricity through the use of biogas, ie methane. This concept may well become reality in order to generate a free and clean electricity.
Designers Wang Yi and Je Ze
Green technologies – Envi
Foliage air conditioner: green future
Innovative concept- green pen
Future green technology concept
Future tablet design
“Pulse” is a hand-held device incorporating social robotics to personalize, enrich, and include haptic design to improve the user’s communication experiences. This is achieved through the characteristic “shape-shifting” of the device in response to how it is used, as well as the status, or the state of its contents. Pulse has a flexible outer skin, which is silicon based. It comes incorporated with various sensors like accelerometers, proximity sensors, pressure sensors plus light and ambient sensors that give the hand held gadget required qualities. The flexible transparent AMOLED screen has multi-touch functions and has a very clear display. It can be connected with other devices via Bluetooth, cloud computing and near field communication. Pulse can easily bend around the hand, which gives a feel as if someone is holding the user’s hand. The intensity of the grasp is sensed by the presence of force sensors present on the side of the design, which in turn decides the tightness of the grasp.
Designer Loh Wen Bin Timothy
Future communication devices
The handheld scanner
An interesting work presented Borgof Mack (Max Borhof), a designer from Germany. The artist depicts a folding phone. The fact is that most likely was inspired by the concept of devices HTC. In the figure we can see the screen from edge to edge and large enough casing. Now imagine that you can still add up.
In addition, the concept of the device has a thickness of 7.5 millimeters and a display that can represent the content with a resolution of 1080p. Max Borgof indicates that his concept phone of the future based on the likely possibility of folding it, thanks to advanced technologies. The device features interesting ways of connecting and disconnecting the call via its virtual keys system that takes a bit of its screen space.
Future cell phone technology
Concept next generation smartphone
Flexible Surfboard Phone
Future of Cell Phones
Handheld gadget in the form of the scanner consists of three parts. The first segment serves three-layer screen. The upper and lower layer – this is an OLED screen, and the middle layer is a light sensor, with which the data are recorded, and during scanning. The screen is a flexible, off the panel is turned off in the roll inside the scanner. The second part of the gadget – it is the power supply. The battery is charged via USB. In the third part serves as a flash drive that allows you to store data received from the scanner. An interesting feature of the scanner is ScanU OCR function, which can be reproduced by the system. Thus, the book can not read, and listen. The gadget in the form of a scanner ScanU exists only in concept form, but can be anyone interested in the embodiment of this idea into reality.
Traditional scanners too overall, and sometimes there are situations when you need to scan a particular text or images. For such situations, the designer Ashish Chaudhary (Ashish Chaudhary) and has developed a portable scanner ScanU.
Biometric fingerprint scanner
Computer of the future
Scanner and dictionary in one unit
The handheld scanner
GADGETS of the future could bruise when dropped or scratched to highlight damaged areas. Don’t worry though, as a few minutes in the sun will be enough to fade the bruise and repair the damage. Marek Urban and colleagues at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg were inspired to create their self-healing plastic by signs of healing in nature such as newly formed tree bark.
Earlier self-healing materialsMovie Camera do not change colour and require focused laser light for repairs. This new material turns red when damaged and repairs itself when exposed to visible light or changes in temperature or pH. It can also fix itself multiple times, unlike previous materials.
Like all plastics the new material contains long chains of polymers, except that the chains are linked by small molecular bridges that break and change the plastic’s shape when it is scratched. This shape-change produces the bruise, which disappears when energy from the light enables the bridges to reform and the plastic to heal. Urban, who presented the research at a meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Diego, California, last week, says the new material is not expensive. “It could be used anywhere really, the sky is the limit.”
Future transportation technology
Future technology mobile phones