The Light Cycle learning bike designed by Ryan Callahan. Obviously Inspired by TRON movie, the learning bike he created for the TrekWorld 2012 show looks like a miniature version of the light cycles seen on screen. It is still just a concept now.
Designed by CIID students Hyeona Yang and Joshua Noble. Raincatch is a rain coat that looks like a huge black garbage bag with a series of little tubes that transforms collected rain water into purified drinking water. The Raincatch collects rain and then purifies it. According to Yang's video, "the water is stored around the shoulders of the coat and in pockets around the inside of the coat." The collar of the coat captures the rain which is then passed through charcoal filters and a chemical purification system. Check out the video.
The Privacy Shell is an accordion-like folding head covering that you can pull across your face or head to give you a tiny sanctuary of solitude, letting you escape from the crazy world for a few minutes. Designed by Veasyble.
Biodegradable Coffee Kit by Portuguese designer Joana Carvalho. Accompanied by a coffee bean, it can be planted after use. "The shape was inspired by the plastic model kits, due to the fact that they have a lowproduction cost, since all the pieces are made at the same time. The packaging is also an object itself, needs no other props or wasting more resources. It is stackable too. The kit can be placed on the ground after use. "
The giant 'full moon odyssey' floor pillow (bed) by korean designer lily Suh & Zoono of i3lab, giving you a dream-like experience as if your are sleeping on the moon. "The print is a real image of the moon which includes 65 individual frames of the lunar mosaic images taken 23 february 2005 from nantes, france by astronomy photographer norbert rumiano, together with chin wel loon with a 6 inch telescope and DMK astronomer's camera. "
Designed by Taylor Franklin Hide, the LUMI Mask($70) is a sleep mask that helps you wake up on time with a gentle simulated sunrise lighting effect embedded in the mask. You just simply set the mask to the time you want to wake up, and the mask will gradually brighten as time approaches(light unit inside the mask simulates a sunrise 30 minutes before you wake). "If your alarm is at 7 am, the light will gradually brighten beginning at 6:30. An audible alarm sounds at the end of the sunrise sequence, letting you know it's time to start the day. "