The BI Handheld Shopper Gadget is a concept electronic device that is designed to help shoppers with various required information when someone gets confused where to go or how to go in a new place. This electronic personal shopper’s guide is fabricated with interchangeable back cover, gloss black facade and steel detailing to offer complete GPS guide on shopping areas anywhere in a stylish manner. Users can download these guides by using 3G and Wi-Fi technologies at home or outdoor. Moreover, it features interactive GPS maps, web pages of various stores, live travel information and a function for product search and comparison.
ZIIIRO Mercury Black Purple is the new model from ZIIIRO purple watch lineup. If you are familiar with the company, you probably already figure it out the design, it’s a stylish minimalist watch. It utilizes 24mm stainless steel mesh band, elegantly display the time with purple swirls, the inner swirl informs you about the current hour while the outer swirl displays the minutes. The continuous gradient movement shows the passing through time, so hypnotic.
Little Explorer has been specifically designed for children to help them observe and explore the amazing marine ecology. The shape and form of this outdoor toy was inspired by the form of fishing rod, a familiar shape to include children in the discovery and observation sea life in natural environment. They can have fun watching the fish swimming around without harming the environment or creatures within it. Instead of a hook, at the end of fishing line, this device features a small buoy and an underwater camera, children can view underwater life through the screen at the center of the rod.
Just like fishing, children can cast out the line and use the control button to move the camera around. Once the sensors detects a fish is approaching the buoy, it lights up to alarm children to turn on the observation screen. Children can choose to record any underwater video footage using Little Explorer.
Designers : Chen Liao-Hsun, Chen Wei-Ting, Tsai Hui-Jou, Dai Siao-Ying and Chen Jia-Wen