Friday, March 22, 2013
Friday, March 22, 2013 Sainath Sriram No comments
The most prestigious project ever designed, coming from Google. Google Glass is the most advanced augmented reality based head mounted display device that can be worn along with spectacles. The project is being developed by Google X labs. It works like smartphone but in a hands free format. Just wear it and watch the magic.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Monday, March 11, 2013 Sainath Sriram
GPS Navigation devices for bikes became very predominant these days in guiding our way through new paths . In cars, we can securely look in to the device and drive safe accordingly. But in bikes, it is not so safe while driving as we concentrate on looking through the directions, we may come across any obstacle on the road. To avoid such kind of scenarios in bike driving, a new kind of GPS navigation devices have been designed.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 Sainath Sriram No comments
Tired of carrying a large suitcase while travelling? Yes, of course every one feels the same when we are planning for a long trip. Despite of enjoying our trip, we get tired of carrying our suitcases where ever we go. For people like us, a smart suitcase named HOP is designed.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Friday, July 22, 2011 Sainath Sriram No comments
Appearing like a soap, this mobile phone is named as 'CAVE', a combined project by Samsung and Google. The phone has a special step design with 30 deg tilted angle where QWERTY keypad is inserted. This phone is also equipped with a complete touch screen. The phone is termed as Cave because of its technology. This phone uses cloud technology for communication. This cloud technology acts as a common interface between users where all the users in the interface are joined together as in a 'cave'. Runs on Google operating system, this phone is equipped with all the essential features a smartphone must have!
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 Sainath Sriram No comments
Project Bee is a talking, interactive GPS enabled navigation assistant intended for the visually impaired but there’s no reason why sighted people couldn't benefit from it either. Lack of independent mobility and access to new emerging technologies has kept the visually impaired market behind but with Project Bee, designer Tao Lin hopes things will change – all via a very stylish bracelet.
The system relies on voice commands, audio and haptic feedback. But what instantly jumps out at me is this device doesn’t look like a “helper.” It looks like something anybody with a tech minded fetish would love and that’s a win-win assuming the whole thing works.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011 Sainath Sriram No comments
Samsung bicycle network paves the way for the community sharing. An advanced futuristic bicycle which has GPS screen to locate the routes, transceiver to communicate with the fellow cyclers, a finger print lock system that prevent bicycle theft from intruders and many more. This bicycle concept is mainly focussed on community sharing and task oriented. Say, a group of people were assigned a mission to find something. People will be scattered in different directions on these bicycles and will be communicated very easily with these cycles. An amazing idea that works well. This design is nominated for Samsung Young Designer Award 2011.