The F3 was designed to nestle perfectly to the shape of the female body. Its exterior features tender curves with a smooth, skin-friendly surface. The embedded controls are integrated into the feminine shape and can be easily and intuitively accessed during use. It also features a battery compartment that can be easily locked if needed.
The Arione Gen II Designing the Ultimate Bike Saddle was designed for both high-performance professionals and recreational riders. It features a long, narrow and diamondlike shape that provides riders with a variety of seating positions, optimal performance, superior control and comfort. It is available in three versions.
"Once upon a time" is a toy theatre for children of all ages (from 3 years old on). It is a contemporary redesign of traditional toy theaters of the late 18th century. The theater is equipped with several scenarios and cardboard characters, it turns into a case easy to assemble, disassemble, store and carry. The toy follows a child's growth for several years because sets of scenarios and characters can be purchased separately, targeted to different age groups.
The idea behind littleBits was to create an open source library of modular electronics that snap together with magnets for prototyping, learning and fun. Just as Legos enable users to create complex structures with very little engineering knowledge, littleBits are simple, intuitive space-sensitive blocks that make prototyping with sophisticated electronics a matter of snapping small magnets together with no wiring, soldering or programming required.
Nike Studio Wrap was designed to help women make the most of workouts typically done in bare feet such as yoga and dance. Using a three-part system, the wrap combines a barefoot feel with protection, traction, support and style.
Designed by Georgina James, Jason Humble, Jenna Pisciotta, Sean Pagnani and Ashley Low of Nike Inc.
The GoPro Hero3 is a point-of-view high-definition photo and video action camera system. It is rugged, waterproof, durable, and lighter and more compact than its predecessor. Used together, the camera, water housing and remote control help the user to capture and share adventures and digital video memories, from skydiving to scuba diving.
BlackBerry sponsored the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and created three limited-edition awards for the following categories: People’s Choice Award Winner, People’s Choice Award Documentary Winner and People’s Choice Award Midnight Madness Winner. On the inside of the award is a miniature theater that is customized to reflect aspects of the winning film.
The Golf Heart is a golf tee made entirely of eco-friendly materials and biodegradable thermoplastic. In addition to its environmental value, it features accurate angle settings for beginners to obtain optimal hitting angles. Since the Golf Heart is made of material extracted from plants, it achieves a level of environmental importance and purpose.
Designed by Pi-Ju Chiang and Su-Chen Chen of Taiwan Textile Research Institute and Hung Cheng and Tzu-Hong Chang of Two + Group.
The FCS II is an advanced, high-performance surfboard with detachable fins that can be removed by hand. It features a set of fin boxes that are installed into a surfboard during the manufacturing process. It is designed for surfers of all abilities and maintains a secure bond to the board when pushed by elite surfers.
Designed by Michael Durante, Greg Scott, Scott Norrie and Linden Evans of Surfhardware International
Childhood toys hold special memories for people, even into adulthood. Kid’s Rock enables users to hold on to these special memories. It is a customizable set of stackable honeycomb-shaped boxes that can be used to create a fun playhouse in childhood, a unique chair in adolescence and a storage shelf used to showcase treasured childhood toys in adulthood. Kid’s Rock grows with the user, never becoming an obsolete toy.