Everyone has zeal to play musical instruments, but it’s hard to play any of the instruments without professional help. Above all these instruments are huge and can’t be carried around anywhere. Especially take an example of a piano, which is massive and complex. You can’t practice playing a piano here and there, but now you can as the ‘Yubi de Piano’ may turn anything around you into a piano.
Like before, I am on hunt for some cool and funky stuff. This time I found a Steampunk USB drive (8GB). With antique looks, this stylish USB drive will make it a fun to work with you pc. The body is carved out from brass and copper and on surface you will find a beautifully depicted silver steam train that seems to be moving and leaving the clouds of copper smoke behind.
It’s not big task to play with USB drives. No matter what you do with the design, but the function of a USB drive remains the same. Still, it’s fun to have same treat in a bit different way. Skateboard USB Drive has almost the same features as other drives -high -speed USB 2.0 certified, built using durable solid rubber casing, hot plug and play functions like another hard drive, and requires no driver with most of the operating systems like Windows Vista, XP, 2000, and Mac OS.
Some objects are just the part of our desires and some that of our needs. Designer Sergej Kuckir opted to design something which could benefit those who can’t listen and like other people they can be in a situation where they should be alarmed before any miss happening. For this, Sergej designed a simple device like a radio receiver that makes use of heavy vibrations and light signals to alarm the subject in serious situations.
How small and portable a computer can be? It’s almost impossible for us to avoid computer in our everyday life. Industrial designers show us glimpses of the future we are heading towards by their unusual concepts. Designer Elodie Delassus’s HOLO computer concept is hinting at the necessity of computers and need to make them easier to carry.
This Mac themed clock will show the same time as any other watch, but looking at this watch itself gives a sort of pleasure that is not usual in everyday life. It can be cited as an example of what we call cool stuff. The entire clock is made from a recycled Apple iBook Clamshell and measures just 13 inches wide by 15 inches high with a quartz clock movement and with a working pendulum, which is an apple mouse actually.
There is no official announcement related to iPhone 4G, but I found these images, which are being claimed as exclusive spy shots of iPhone 4HK. Nothing much is known. Have look at them and guess the reliability of source.
Industrial designing is sometimes like serving you the same thing in a different manner and style and this is what Brooklyn-based designer Klaus Rosburg has tries to do. His vertical clock design shows the same time which any other normal clock will show, but in a more stylish manner.