Dr. Hakan Gursu, an exceptional product designer, instructor in METU and CEO of Designnobis has come up with an excellent project, Power Tower. It is a wooden toy set meant for children aged 5 and above, who relish making sand palaces on the beach. There are totally 37 diverse pieces within a set, consisting of 3 trees, 7 domes, 6 columns, 15 facades, 2 bridges as well as 4 roofs. Kids, most of whose favorite pass time is playing with toys can build their own towers as well as castles. The size of the castle or the tower increases as the number of individual pieces increases. The wooden toy set is made out of completely healthy, safe and reusable materials. The shapes employed are worldwide construction figures, which makes it quite effortless for everybody to play. Besides improving basic hand skills of kids, Power Tower will certainly improve kid’s abstraction technique plus 3D shaping ability.
Fluid reminds me of Nokia Morph. It’s a smartphone that uses flexible “OLED” technology. Fluid provides mobility and ease in handling its duties. You can wear Fluid as one of your fashion accessories, this wearable gadget is certainly won’t take space in your pocket, you can wear it as a bracelet. Unfortunately there’s no further information regarding this phone design.
Giorgi Tedoradze has submitted his latest concept tablet to Tuvie. It is inspired by HTC, a company that creates many award-winning mobile devices.
Technological age has brought new challenges for high-tech companies. They must create a really unique product in a competitive environment. HTC is one of hi-tech companies which has the technology and experience to create exactly such a product. This project is a development of the idea of HTC tablet called Dream. Project Dream continues and refines the brand’s design language. In my opinion this will be the famous brand’s flagman model in the near future. Enjoy with elegant and simple forms!