Pot Moots is your futuristic concept plant pot designed to blend perfectly with modern home, it allows you to grow plants inside your home. The word moots itself came from the combination of two words: seed and moods. It informs you when the plant needs more water or nutrition, a smart pot with touch screen display. Simply buy multiple pots to enlarge your garden, each pot can be connected to each other so that you can control it from one place only.
Pot Moots is available in three sizes and they are of diameter 15, 20, 25 cm. The main pot with touch screen has sphere form with diameter 20 cm. It is connected with other pots and communicates with them.
Each pot consist of two parts:
1. External container with touch screen and transparent bottom.
2. Internal container with plant and sliding out LED lamp.
Warm N’ Cool is a home appliance that can act as a warmer or cooler when needed. This simple device allows you keep your leftover from home and warm it up for lunch time wherever you are. This device ensures the freshness of your food by keeping the food cool and air-tight, just like a refrigerator. The heat accumulated from the refrigeration system will then be used to charge the thermo-electric batteries at the upper part of the box.
Designers : Arthur Kenzo, François de Martrindonos, and François Hurtaud
When the thermo-electric batteries are fully charged, you can place them at the bottom of Warm N’ Cool to warm the food whenever you want. Very practical isn’t it?
Tuvie has received this “Warm N’ Cool” concept from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
Sir Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson have designed Leica M Camera for RED together with more than 40 rare items ready for Sotheby’s auction on November 23rd 2013. This auction will raise money to help fighting aids, tuberculosis, and malaria. Beautifully crafted from a custom engineered alloy, the outer shell features smooth, textured aluminum. As you can see here, the iconic leather wait of Leica is replaced with laser machined aluminum body. It’s a rare camera indeed, it boasts a full-format 24 MP CMOS sensor, high performance processor, APO-Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ASPH lens.
With almost 1000 prototype parts and 725 hours of manufacturing time, the winning bidder would own this masterpiece. The attention to details from outer shell to magnificent optics.