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Wearable First Aid Kit

Wearable First Aid Kit

Because of numerous nations that endure common debacles, for example, tropical storms and seismic tremors, Designer was enlivened to outline a Life Bag. It’s a wearable therapeutic unit particularly intended to be utilized as a part of calamity zone with a specific end goal to give quick medicinal administration to the survivors. It is outfitted(…)

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Unicef Sweat Machine

Unicef Sweat Machine

As part of their efforts to raise awareness about the lack of clean water in many parts of the world, UNICEF and Gothia Cup, in partnership with creative agency Deportivo and engineer Andreas Hammar, have developed the Sweat Machine. The eco-friendly Sweat Machine extracts sweat from clothing and puts it through a purification process to turn(…)

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Backpack and Shelter in One

Backpack and Shelter in One

Created by industrial designer Ragnhild Lübbert Terpling, a graduate of the Kolding School of Design, the multi functional Urban Rough Sleeper is a backpack that converts into a single occupant retractable shelter. According to the project write-up on Terpling’s design studio Good Design, the Urban Rough Sleeper backpack was inspired by real-life experiences of the(…)

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new concept, new camera!

new concept, new camera!

The X3 Concept Camera is an innovative new development in the personal photography industry, and really–it’s a must have. X3 comes from a Swedish based designer who used a lens cap as the inspiration for this super-condensed shooter; merging technology that we know and love from our smartphone cameras with specs that we need from our(…)

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Bladeless windmills!

Bladeless windmills!

This product offers  an effective way to go green in an artful way. The installation by Mecanoo Architects is a bladeless windmill that converts energy electrostatically with wind. Learn how wind energy works at HowStuffWorks.com Build your own windmill with help from eHow.com Read about the history of windmills at Wikipedia.org http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windmill

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It’s a Shark LongBoard Not a Longboard

It’s a Shark LongBoard Not a Longboard

My fellow skateboarders and long boarders. I here now pronounce a new rad skateboard that’s designed similar to a long board. Instead of having four wheels it has 3 weird huh ?  It’s been designed to provide you a high speed and the biggest drifting ability on a downhill ride. This certainly not your ordinary 4-wheeled skateboard, the 3 wheels(…)

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X-Ray

X-Ray

This awesome x-ray has been designed for medical team to perform better medical care for survivors in disaster area. It’s nothing new that providing medical care in disaster area has always been a problem, especially when the victim requires a CT scan. Regular x-ray machine is pretty huge and hard to transfer, even small-sized machine(…)

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  1. Al: This remind me so much of one of my concept that I've developped in early 2007 for polaroid

Skateboard Sunglasses

Skateboard Sunglasses

The company who brought us these stellar glasses uses 5-ply Canadian maple skateboard decks to handcraft a unique set of eyewear. An assemblage of colorful layers of wood, the ‘Skate Collection’ offers a number of different styles: ‘Ontario’ is a wooden interpretation of the popular Wayfarer style; the ‘Bud’ sunglasses take on a modern classic(…)

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Natural Disaster Water Filter

Natural Disaster Water Filter

The “Source of Water” is a water filter designed specifically to help victims of a flood. It consists of a filter tube and a cross-shaped ring which sits on the surface of the water.  It is an effective way to bring clean drinking water to those in a flood-stricken area by using water pressure and purification(…)

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Watches for A Cause

Watches for A Cause

Now you can wear your heart on your wrist with the 1:Face Watch. By purchasing this watch  you can contribute to several different important causes. The six different available colors represent these causes: black for cancer, red for AIDS, yellow for water, blue for the environment, white for hunger, and pink for breast cancer. The(…)

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