Nanophea Robot vacuum cleaner is a domestic floor cleaning robot, futuristic, autonomous and very intelligent. It’s not like the other existing robotic cleaners because it works only on nano surfaces covering with a very little amount of water. This unit uses nano-technology (Nano Lotus Effect) to make cleaning easier in the future. The Nanophea design itself was inspired from the lotus leaf.
Designer : Zaier Jihed
Nanophea diffuses the water and spread it around, these bright pearl-liked water drops attract dust particles which then sucked into the receptacle. This cycle repeats itself using the same water which has been filtered. Nanophea only measures 12 centimeters (4,7”) in height, thus allow it to move freely under furniture such as your sofa or bed. This robotic vacuum cleaner is equipped with a smart scanner at the front of its body to detect a dirty area
Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, Nanophea Robot vacuum cleaner will automatically return to its charging station when it runs out of power, thanks to its infrared sensor.
Light Form by Scott Young has been designed as part of Koizumi lighting design competition. From its look, Light Form is definitely not an ordinary desk lamp, it utilizes mesh LED wiring for the light. This desk lamp can be personalized according to your unique taste, the result is different lighting for every different person. To turn this lamp on, simply punch your fist into the LED wiring, in this way, it emits the light around your hand to create unique sense of light only for you. Scott Young said that his design inspiration came from Japanese designer Nendo and mid-century Harry Bertoia.
Constructing the wire frame light was not easy, but the designer managed to get the idea of geometric dome from Buckminster Fuller. Finally, he has constructed the whole steel wire frame into triangles in order to keep the frame has consistent weight balance. Light Form is a tribute to a mid-century modern light, sculptural and functional.
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The design of the Lamborghini Countach EV, a 3D concept electric car, has been inspired by the fascinating Countach by Marcello Gandini which is an unforgettable piece for every Lamborghini fans. This redesigned car features more clean curves without changing the standard appearance such as doors, wings, front lights, etc. The sleek and cutting-edge design of the car has been polished with unique headlights and great color combination of the body and the glasses. Aside from the outstanding design aesthetics, another major important point of this concept car is the conscience of electric cars in the future world where fuels will be on of the rarest things to get.