Butl-R-Bot : Futuristic Robotic Kitchen Assistant

The Butl-R-Bot is a futuristic robotic kitchen assistant that features responsive artificial intelligence and innovative advanced technologies like humanistic arms, cameras and advanced sensors, fan arrays with movement ability, and many more. With all these useful features, this robot can cook meals, take order and collect food and even it can interact with kitchen appliances and utensils. Butl-R-Bot can fit in any size of kitchens with its compact shape (only 35cm wingspan) and can work under almost any sorts of environment. This functional kitchen assistant will let the busy and stressful future users to spend more time on entertaining activities or at work.

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

butl-r-bot future robotic kitchen

Designer : Tim Leeding




Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu of DesignNobis

Aquarius Toy Kit is a set of 40-pcs blocks that can stimulate children’s imagination. Combining and construction these blocks into a fish body, oh yeah, kids will go crazy with this toy, different style from various different body parts. Especially designed to entertain children for hours, this toy will be an attention grabber to kids, especially during bath time.

Designer : Hakan Gürsu

Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu

Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu

Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu

Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu

Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu

Aquarius Toy Kit by Hakan Gursu

Tuvie has received “Aquarius Toy Kit” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.




Elegant and Mysterious Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Samuel Jerichow designed a concept watch called Kisai Xtal for Tokyoflash last year and apparently there are many fans out there love this concept. Now, this concept has turned into reality, as you can see here an elegant and mysterious watch that combines a crystalline shaped stainless steel case with a faceted mineral crystal lens that is designed with a central horizontal edge facing the wearer. The unique LED time display makes it look like secret codes when in fact you can plainly read the time.

As usually, all digital watch from Tokyoflash offers time display (2 modes), date, and alarm. User will also enjoy 6 different user-selectable animations, available in 4 LED colors with black or gold stainless steel.

Designer : Samuel Jerichow for [Tokyoflash] [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

As we mentioned above, there are 2 time modes programmed into this watch. The first one is regular mode where time is displayed in elegant 4 stylized hexagonal LED digits. The other mode is cryptic mode. Other people would see these LED codes as if an alien code but when in fact, it’s the same digital numbers with middle line removed, the number 8 is exception but still, it’s easy to read.

Tokyoflash Kisai Xtal is not one of those always “on” watch, you need to touch a button to activate the LED display, however, when it’s not “on”, it looks like mysterious black display housed in an elegant bracelet, especially the one with black stainless steel strap.

It’s a USB rechargeable watch that requires 3.5-hours to be fully charged and it lasts about 2 months. It might look like a big watch but this watch is actually a unisex model with adjustable strap to fit your large or small wrist.

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal by Samuel Jerichow

Tuvie has received “Tokyoflash Kisai XTal” from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.






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