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Intelligent visual doorbell By Bailen Huang

In home security increasingly attach importance to the social background, family security door bell is widespread industrial cutting tools 
are tough, appear too single. Under the impetus of the industrial trend of intelligent 4.0 at the same time, this kind of inspirational intelligent 
visualization doorbell arises at the historic moment.

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By Seungkyun Kim , Jaegon Yoo , MOMENTUM Studio

Modern people who suffering from frequent stress has been purifying their inner anger with nature.
Branche is an item for this people, it is a mood lamp and a small humidifier shaped like a small branch floating on calm water. 

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Balenciaga Film Camera Filter By DongJae Koo

Balenciaga Film Camera Filter is a film camera featuring this fashion brand’s liberating personality and vividness. I designed 35mm film and camera using neon color which is the identity color of this brand now. Using this film, it is possible to capture personality and sensitivity different from ordinary film cameras.

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RAMA WORKS® M6 Backplate Re-Design By Sebastian Halin

During S4:W2 there was a collaboration between Render Weekly x RAMA WORKS®. The challenge was about to re-design the back of the M6 keyboard. My design proposal aimed to create a visual coherency between the plastic caps and the CNC’d back plate. I had no particular design process for this task, it was only about focusing on creating visually appealing presentation renders in KeyShot.

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Bubble – Food track By Savin Dimov , Altino Alex

Lack of food track can be not only inconvenient like when you go to a supermarket and forget to buy an specific item for your family’s dinner but also unsustainable, 1/3 of food produced in the world for human consumption gets lost or wasted every year, according to Food and Agricutulre Organization of the United Nations.

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Chromebook Reference Design By Mauricio Romano

This project is a reference design I developed while at Intel Corporation.

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By SWNA office

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By Fenoson Zafimahova , Laurent LINDENBERGER

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By Byoung Hoon Woo , Su hyun Bang

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By Gantri

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By Solo Chang

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Humid heater By Fountain Studio , Eunseo Kwak

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By Nytec Inc , Kevin Doan

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By Marc Sapetti , Jonathan Medcalf

Creating an ergonomic, comfortable, and even more productive workplace without extensive changes at the workplace – thanks to the Chair less Chair®, this now is possible. All it takes to work in a healthy position is putting on our device, which only requires a few seconds. The Chair less Chair® allows you to effortlessly switch between an active sitting, standing, and walking position. This Innovation doesn’t cost you money – it saves you money, since the use of the Chair less Chair® reduces the amount of sick days and decreases capacity constraints.

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By Junjie Zhou , リン チョウチ

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By Estab Han , Weekend-works .com

Doki / Remote controller / 2018

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By Junjie Zhou , リン チョウチ , jiashun lin

Surveillance camera

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by Louis Richard Marschal

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by Jiu Shi

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by Swift Creatives Studio

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by Yeong seok Go

PROBLEM.

WI-FI router is one of the things that complicates our desks.
The router and cables that lie in disarray reduce our concentration.
Therefore, we hide the router under the desk,
but this is the mistake of lowering the signal strength of the router.

CONCEPT.

Unlike traditional routers, routers designed in wall-mounted form can solve existing problems.
A wall router provides space on the user’s desk and serves as an interior design element.
A wall router located on high walls, rather than desks with many obstacles, effectively provide users with signal.
In addition, the LED light on the front of the product intuitively tells you the signal strength of the router and changes the ambience of the interior with a subtle light.

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By A_ZERO_ONE Official , Soonmin Kwon

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By Markus Melcher

 

UNIO – Seating 
UNIO is a modular seating system of upholstered elements designed to create seamless seating islands in workspace environments .
 six combinative elements 
The system consists of an upholstered seat with different backrest options to create single and multiple seating options. A versatile table completes the product family. 

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By Alex Lin , Cenfic Chan

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By YIHUI GUO

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By Sanghoon Yoon

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by MOAK Studio , Mauricio Sanin , Kelly Durango

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by Jesslyn Sutisna

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by JINWON YOOK

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by maurice baltissen , Thomas Loopstra

 

One of the most beautiful things about 3D designing is that you can create whatever you want. So I build our dreambike “Chiroptera”. Chiroptera is an ancient bat species. My inspiration for this bike came from the shape of the bat.

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by Nicholas Baker

Spin Bottle Opener
open bottles, spins like a top
I’d been wanting to design a bottle opener for about 3 years at this point. I’d come up with previous designs, but found them to be extraneous and they didn’t seem to push the idea of a bottle opener. While exploring bottle opener ideas in VR, I thought it would be interesting to constrain my design by using the revolve tool. This gradually led me to create a spun form and add a handle. The resulting form resembled the classic spinning top toy. It felt like a perfect juxtaposition of functional object and a playful fidget toy.  

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 by Pascal Grangier , Jiwon Seo

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by Roozbeh Saadati

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by Daniel Lepik

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by Second White

Clip Fan
 
Beautiful clip fan permeates our daily lives.
The clip fan that we designed is compact enough to hold easily anywhere. And you can adjust the angle of the wind just for you, either right or left, up or down. So, we designed the clip fan to make it as comfortable as possible in our space. Beautiful yet comfortable formations, calm and richness colors add balance and harmony.
Clip fan comes naturally to us in the summer.

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 by Joyce Kang

Pod Case
Designed in Caseology.
Contact: [email protected]
Created by Yeonsoo Kang
ⓒ2018 Caseology. All rights reserved. Patent pending
NEW CONCEPT DIRECTION FOR CASE
Revive the past to your Apple Watch Series 4
Inspired by Apple’s iPod, Caseology introduces a new concept of Apple Watch case.
iPod design is coming to Apple Watch case and provides an innovative user experience.
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by Nicholas Baker

Wait Weight
part kitchen timer, part paperweight
The original idea for the Wait Weight came about during my weekly sketch livestream called Late Nite Nick. I was sketching on ideas for the 2019 Sound and Vision exhibition by American Design Club . The prompt was to create an object that made sound. I started to brainstorm around alarms and thought that the classic kitchen timer was due for a redesign. After interacting with a live audience, I started to play around with different materials the timer could be. I thought concrete would be an interesting juxtaposition from the norm as well as add a bit of extra functionality being a heavy object.
 
The Wait Weight is part weight, part timer. It can be used to prop open a door, time a pie baking in the oven, or can be set atop a phone to keep you on task. The handle is used to pick up the weight and also functions as the time selector. Each face counts ten minute increments, and every edge is an additional five.

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In our increasingly complex and connected world, medical devices are part of an ecosystem that includes numerous touchpoints, such as packaging, instructions for use (IFU), digital services and smartphone apps. Each of these touchpoints can have a significant impact on a patient’s experience and their perception of a treatment.​​​​​​​
Unfortunately, many medical products are designed by disconnected development teams with little or no concern for the overall patient experience.
Symptoms of disconnected, disparate design can be seen in inconsistent aesthetics, icons, colours, language, fonts and most worryingly, interaction cues. Accumulated evidence from testing products with users, indicates that a lack of harmony across product touchpoints leads to disjointed, confused and ultimately, poor patient experiences.
To demonstrate our approach, we developed a fictional drug brand, targeted at patients suffering with a chronic disease affecting their dexterity and quality of life. We then translated the brand into a design and user experience specification, to guide the development of a family of self-injection devices (a unit-dose syringe, mechanical and electro-mechanical autoinjector).
We spoke to patients to better understand their wants and needs, informing the brand promise, a statement which extols a higher-order emotional reward, creating a strong and meaningful connection with people.
The brand promise developed was ‘calmly delivering a healthy, more active lifestyle’. This aimed to relieve patients’ anxiety about self-injection but also to provide hope that the medication could improve their lifestyle.

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by Alex Terol

This time I was inspired by graphic tablets ,where you can zoom in/out, scroll up/down and click. At the same time I found interesting to incorporate the clock gadget.
I invested a total of 10 hours from the concept ideation to the final renders.
My goal of this prompt is to improve my sketching ,3D modeling and rendering skills and reduce my time in the process.

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by c www.h

Smart Screen Speaker

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by Yungi Min , Yungi Min , SangHyeon Na , OFF GARAGE , ikhyeon kim

OVERVIEW
As technology has developed, many people have begun to use robotic vacuum cleaners, but cleaning them as perfectly as a person is not enough. Obstacles, stairs, under the desk legs still require human hands to be completely cleaned. Many people are cleaning up again after using the robot vacuum cleaner. That’s why many people have two vacuum cleaners at home.
Smarter and easier cleaning
The days of hard cleaning is over.
‘Lizard’ functions as a robotic vacuum cleaner without a tail connected, and can be used as a vacuum cleaner 
with stronger performance by attaching a tail.  Also, the display shows the space the robot vacuum cleaner did not clean, 
so you can clean the house in a short time and with less effort.

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by yubin choi , myeonghoon lee

Handy vacuum cleaner

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 by Jaekyu Jung , Weekend-works

Pretzel, earbuds
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It’s a Bluetooth earbud that motivated from “pretzel” sneak. The current earphone accessory market is filled with new technology and simple foams. The technology is improved hugely so components size is smaller and simpler. Most of the designers trying to make earbud look simple but make the difference than other products in the market. In response, I tried to design not just something look different but functional. Missing one pair of the earbud is so painful and pricey to replace.

The adjustable loop will protect your earbuds against from lose.

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by Valkiria Creative Intelligence , Moises Hansen , Moises Hansen

DESIGN DE PRODUTO
Smart is design concept of a jerry can for transportation of fuels designed mainly for professional use. The product aims to assist people using motorized tools such as brush cutters, chainsaws, blowers, etc. which run on gasoline and 2 stroke oil, to fill them in a comfortable, safe and precise manner, without the need for other accessories. The product design also provides better exposure at point of sale and facilitates its logistics.

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by Marko Matovic , Nina Barberic

The remote control that charges, back up and finds your phone at the press of a button.
 
Daily we are issuing couple of things that are common to everyone, doesn’t matter of the job we are doing or the daily routine we are used to.
 
Where are my keys? Where is my phone? Battery running out! Luck of memory space!
We aimed to design a product that RESQU from all of this situation by only click.

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by il kim

one rice cooker
electric rice cooker
As humans live, clothes, food, and life do not change. Among them, food plays the most important role in human beings. Rice cooker is the most basic product that makes the culture to eat. in the past, It was used for cooking rice. Now, it has been developed to facilitate many dishes. However, now with an increase in single-person households, the market for rice cookers has dramatically decreased. Because traditional rice cooker has only 4 or 5 persons. So, a single-person household does not use rice cookers because it has more food to throw away than food to eat. And they are responding to eating habits with unhealthy frozen foods rather than rice. So at a time the number of single-person households is growing rapidly around the world, a One meal cooker  is proposed to provide the health of one-person households rather than frozen foods. The design reinterpreted the traditional food culture into a rice cooker for single-person households. One meal cooker is designed to help people who live alone experience healthy eating.

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by DESIGN BY CARREFOUR , Valentin Dequidt , Gabriella Fedrigo

KETTLE BARBECUES / 2019
It’s time to enjoy beautiful summer evenings and enchant the sweet nights of the season. Beyond furniture, Hyba continues to invest in the overall design of the garden; this time with Barbecue. The barbecue is within the spirit of the brand: practical, aesthetic and colorful. It has been designed with a double objective: quality of the construction and the purity of its lines. It will allow you to sip a fresh fruit juice on the terrace and enjoy a good and sunny barbecue.

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by Mehmet Mehmetalioglu
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by Knack Design Studio

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by Yeong seok Go

Appearance.
 The appearance of the product makes it easy to explain its functionality.
Steam-emitting products are simply appearance, but they are purely functional.
Product interface.
 The product’s interface consists of only essential features.
It consists of power functions, water remaining alerts, and time reservation function.

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it’s an opportunity to feature work from other designers, artists, and creators in general that we haven’t had the chance to write or featured.

by Jesse Rieser

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The Changing Landscape of American Retail
 
Beginning in 2015, The Changing Landscape of American Retail is an ongoing documentation of the shift from traditional brick-and-mortar locations where we once socialized and interacted with our community to the stark and generic structures that house shipping, fulfillment, call, and server centers, now essential for e-commerce.
 
Like memories, familiar retail entities are fading away. Today, they stand as modern-day ruins and architectural artifacts that reach into the not-so-distant past of our own maturing interests and evolving identities.
 
Toys “R” Us brings back memories of avoiding my brother’s aerial assaults of red dodge balls and Nerf guns while simultaneously ignoring my mother’s plea to stop tearing into brand-new boxes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figures and Lego Pirate sets.
 
The Battlefield Mall was once a central meeting spot for my junior high peers—anchored by the food court and Aladdin’s Castle arcade. Here, a myriad of sights and smells trigger the memory to act as a roadmap for navigating the mall. Orange Julius produced the sweet scent of Florida citrus in Southern Missouri; there was the salty cheese sauce wafting from Potato Plus; and the fragrant cinnamon-sugar of Auntie Anne’s baked pretzels. The nearby arcade elicits a sensory transaction when I’m greeted by the flashing lights of Street Fighter II, manic electronic beeps, purple geometric carpet, and the oddly unique odor of stale popcorn mixed with the metallic scent of quarters, tucked into my front pocket. 
 
During high school and college, I spent hours at the Best Buy listening stations, previewing new music releases from my favorite artists. Today, I laugh when thinking back to a time when a Circuit City sales associate begrudgingly answered my product question by reading the back of the box, all before returning to watch Shaq and Kobe’s Lakers in the NBA Finals. It makes sense, Circuit City was known for having the best televisions and poor customer service. 
 
By 2012, Circuit City closed their doors. Toys “R” Us folded in the spring of 2018, and Best Buy continues to shutter underperforming stores. Additionally, arcades and food courts are endangered as small- and medium-sized “Class B” malls are closing all over the U.S.  
 
Like most Americans, I love the ease and product availability of Amazon and online retailers. I order my toothpaste with a click of a button and can obtain work supplies from the comfort of my sofa. My concerns are rooted in our recent pattern of isolationism and shrinking human interaction. Store closings feel like a continuation of our declining thoughtful conversations, empty playgrounds, and sense of community as we opt for a digital facsimile. We are no longer previewing music and getting recommendations on new releases in person and in retail shops. We will no longer meet our friends in food courts. And there will never be an opportunity to watch an NBA game with an uninformed and complacent Circuit City employee.
 
The Changing Landscape of American Retail is an exercise of looking to the past and peering into the future, serving as a metaphor of how technology is accelerating cultural change in the modern world. I know you can’t fight change, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be sentimental.

by Charlie Davis

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by Elijah Akouri

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by Erik Musin and Timofei Popandopulo and Aleksey Zadorozhnyi

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EMVY is a brand new cosmetic brand. Based on a red grape extract and other natural ingredients.
Cruelty free, vegan, organic and minimalistic. 
 
We took a red grape color, softened it a bit to breath some freshness and youthfulness to the packaging.
Ah, almost forgot to tell how we came up with such a naming: our client’s name is Maria Voskresenskaya.

We took her initials ‘M’ and ‘V’ and came up with something simple yet classy.

 

That’s how EMVY was born.

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