Virtuo Concept

Virtuo Concept

If you want to learn painting? Maybe the Virtuo conecpt by designer Yana Klimava, it is a good beginning. There is no wasted paints and without having to dirty your hands. The Virtuo includes an art pallet, a charger, five various art tools and is works by electromagnetism to prevent quick battery loss. It also includes a undo function allowing you go back your last step

  • Architects, interior designers and the fashion industry have been inspired by each other for centuries. But this architecturally inspired (ie: form follows function principle) collection of dresses from the designing duo Berber S... Architects, interior designers and the fashion industry have been inspired by each other for centuries. But this architecturally inspired (ie: form follows function principle) collection of dresses from the designing duo Berber Soepboer & Michiel Schuurman in the Netherlands gives the concept new meaning.

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  • The Tesla Model S Sedan is the second car to come from Tesla Motors. In order to compete with the high demand and high price tag of the Tesla Roadster, Tesla has come out with their first sedan. Said to seat 7 (though I don't kn... The Tesla Model S Sedan is the second car to come from Tesla Motors. In order to compete with the high demand and high price tag of the Tesla Roadster, Tesla has come out with their first sedan. Said to seat 7 (though I don't know that you'd want to, since the extra two seats are supposed to be in the rear of the car like old station wagons) this car costs around $50,000 (if you include the tax break for electric cars--the original price being $57,400). Styled after the Maserati Quattroporte, the car will come off the delivery line in 2011.

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  • I have a love/hate relationship with Yanko Design's site. I love that they serve up a dazzling array of great products that make me literally bounce up and down in my chair and emit disturbing little "yip yip yip" noises. I hate t... I have a love/hate relationship with Yanko Design's site. I love that they serve up a dazzling array of great products that make me literally bounce up and down in my chair and emit disturbing little "yip yip yip" noises. I hate the fact that some of the ones that bring me closest to retail ecstasy are only concepts. Sigh. This mechanical midget butler-wannabe is one of those. Just imagine: your alarm sounds and you roll over to find not a wad of bills left on the table from your guest the night before but your CHOICE of coffee, juice or hot chocolate AND TOAST! Yes, TOAST! And if you know me, you know I love me some toast. But alas, until this concept becomes a reality I will leave my ad in the paper for "vertically challenged mini-man to serve as morning butler. Some back-scratching required. Must wear gloves. Stumpy fingers creep me out."

  • Hahah. For designers only.

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  • I think this should give iPod some competition (if it ever comes out...)

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  • "Oh, this is fun. It's always a wonder to me that as children something as simple as a seesaw could give me so much joy. The true brilliance of the seesaw is that it required a cooperative playmate. You can reclaim those innocent ... "Oh, this is fun. It's always a wonder to me that as children something as simple as a seesaw could give me so much joy. The true brilliance of the seesaw is that it required a cooperative playmate. You can reclaim those innocent pleasures with this double rocker concept from Brian Lee."

  • It puts out 180 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque, with a 0-60 of 6.2 seconds and a top speed of 140, all while returning about 35 mpg and upwards of 62 mpg in "Eco" mode.

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  • A countdown... but to what?

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  • Great concept!

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  • Cute design by Geeignet Zur Zucht.

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  • This wallpaper eliminates the need for a 3D object for a light source. The wallpaper can be turned on or off as the light source. I think it's boss. I don't own this, but I really respond to the idea and the visual.

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  • A turn radius of zero? Purrr..... Another thing to add to my Wish List. from the site: Jeep pulled out all of the stops when they designed this one of a kind concept vehicle known as the Hurricane. The twin powered (that's r... A turn radius of zero? Purrr..... Another thing to add to my Wish List. from the site: Jeep pulled out all of the stops when they designed this one of a kind concept vehicle known as the Hurricane. The twin powered (that's right - 2) 5.7-liter HEMI engines deliver a combined 670 hp and 740 lb-ft of torque. One engine resides in the front, the other in the rear. Can excess be managed responsibly? To test the theory, Jeep equipped both HEMI engines with a Multi-Displacement System (MDS). Depending on the driver’s needs, the Hurricane can be powered by 4-, 8-, 12- or 16-cylinders. What does that mean? Torque on demand! This Jeep can climb obstacles other 4x4 vehicles can’t even comprehend. In addition, it has the power and traction to move from 0-60 in less than five seconds. “Jeep Hurricane is simply the most maneuverable, most capable and most powerful 4x4 ever built,” said Trevor Creed, Senior Vice President – Chrysler Group Design. “It pays homage to the extreme enthusiasts’ Jeep vehicles in form and off-road capability, but is a unique interpretation of Jeep design. Simply stated, it is the extreme example for the Jeep brand.” The Hurricane features a turn radius of absolutely zero, thanks to skid steer capability and toe steer: the ability to turn both front and rear tires inward. In addition, the vehicle features two modes of automated four-wheel steering. The first is traditional with the rear tires turning in the opposite direction of the front to reduce the turning circle. The second mode is an innovation targeted to off-road drivers: the vehicle can turn all four wheels in the same direction for nimble crab steering. This allows the vehicle to move sideways without changing the direction the vehicle is pointing.

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  • I won't get into my political views on the death penalty (unless you're offering me whiskey) but I WILL tell you that this exhibit from the Museum of Capital Punishment is pretty amazing. from Yanko: In an exploration of poten... I won't get into my political views on the death penalty (unless you're offering me whiskey) but I WILL tell you that this exhibit from the Museum of Capital Punishment is pretty amazing. from Yanko: In an exploration of potential museum experiences, the museum of capital punishment was invented. "Last Meals" is an installation that attempts to bring first hand experience to the table through 310 unique portraits of those executed in the state of Texas. The contents of the menu are comprised of the actual meals requested by prisoners killed on death row thus far. The trays portray a vivid portrait of the prisoners and the incidents that led them to their prosecution. The experience is further pushed, as one sits at confined dining units to digest the full scope, complexity, and finality of that moment. For those who do not have the appetite for this experience there are plenty of declined meals. Collect all 310 souvenir trays.

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  • Part of Jessie Rauch's portfolio on design:related. I want these. All of them. As posters in my hallway. But mostly I want the one of Anderson Cooper.

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  • I LOVE this conceptual wallpaper by designer Jessie Rauch SO much that I keep hoping it will become a retail reality. Please, please, PLEASE! Be sure to check out the whole design:related site for some amazing designers' work. ... I LOVE this conceptual wallpaper by designer Jessie Rauch SO much that I keep hoping it will become a retail reality. Please, please, PLEASE! Be sure to check out the whole design:related site for some amazing designers' work. from the site: Eight sensationalist stories of celebrity misfortune were reduced to icons and patterned together to create a collective narrative of greed, addiction, exhibitionism and racism. The result is a wallpaper that acts as a satirical metaphor for the nature of celebrity scandals and the 24-hour news circus that follows them.

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  • The Edge phone is designed for the style conscious fashionistas. The name has nothing to do with data speed. In fact we don’t even know what this phone is capable of because as with all fashion phones, looks rein supreme and the E... The Edge phone is designed for the style conscious fashionistas. The name has nothing to do with data speed. In fact we don’t even know what this phone is capable of because as with all fashion phones, looks rein supreme and the Edge phone makes sure you notice with its glowing glass keyboard. To answer an incoming call, slide the glass keyboard out. An embedded LED illuminates the etched numerics via refraction creating a glowing effect. The only visible lines is the microphone wiring which designer Chris Owens has cleverly disguised as a keyboard border.

  • Make sure you're wearing nice underwear, ladies.... (*cough* Britney *cough*) from Yanko: Remember that whole fad when pagers, mobile phones, and even computers (cough -iMac) were transparent revealing their innards? What if... Make sure you're wearing nice underwear, ladies.... (*cough* Britney *cough*) from Yanko: Remember that whole fad when pagers, mobile phones, and even computers (cough -iMac) were transparent revealing their innards? What if we applied that idea to a car? The Gamma Concept takes advantage of new polycarbonate and composite materials to create lighter, stronger, and more fuel efficient cars. Sounds like the automotive holy grail. What gives? The Gamma’s visual language features large transparent areas to show the underlying structure and engine parts; to remind how the car works and present a more honest (transparent) design than its contemporary counterparts. All body panels are made from polycarbonate. To keep manufacturing costs to a minimum the panels are shaped using thermoforming, and then glued onto a carbon-kevlar reinforced aluminium chassis.

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  • Wet, wild and wonderful concept. From Yanko: This transportation concept introduces the Hydrofoil technology into the sailing yacht world and shows an innovative approach to a traditional transportation field. Hydrofoil consis... Wet, wild and wonderful concept. From Yanko: This transportation concept introduces the Hydrofoil technology into the sailing yacht world and shows an innovative approach to a traditional transportation field. Hydrofoil consists of a wing profile that moves underwater, similar to the wings of an airplane. When at wind speeds over 10kn, Hydrofoil produces a lifting force which lifts the boat above water and reduces the displacement and friction of the boat enormously. Thus it enables open ocean travels above the waves at the high speed of up to 30kn and provides space for 2-10 maritime jet setters. Designer: Arnold Freidling

  • Blast those blonde moments sky-high.... from Yanko: Fireworks Help Find Your Car Every time I get out of a car I yell to my friends the exact floor, side, and column it’s located on. Two hours later we’re all wandering arou... Blast those blonde moments sky-high.... from Yanko: Fireworks Help Find Your Car Every time I get out of a car I yell to my friends the exact floor, side, and column it’s located on. Two hours later we’re all wandering around trying to find it. Constantly clicking the remote keyless entry doesn’t help unless you’re within audible distance. I need something bigger, something I can’t miss. How about fireworks? The Fireworks Locator system by futurist with a sense of humor Mac Funamizu uses holographic projection technology to set off a display of lights and color you can’t miss. A remote activates an emitter installed on the top of your vehicle. That’s pretty much it. Feasibility aside, I could totally see Honda using this idea in one of their future ads. Imagine hundreds of Hondas creating an unforgettable light show.

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  • Who likes to lick stamps? Yuck! This brilliant concept consists of paper stamps that come in 3 chocolate flavors: dark, milk and white. Go on, lick all ya want - without the calories!!

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