The Shure Axient™ Wireless Management System is an innovative platform of inter-related tools for the planning, setup and direction of wireless events such as the Grammy’s, Super Bowl and many other high profile live performances playing around the world. Comprehensive and failsafe, the Axient™ ecosystem of components and capabilities represents the most fully realized vision yet for the integration of RF management and control solutions. Shure and Essential partnered to create a sophisticated design of over 10 unique products that balances bullet-proof reliability, introduces rechargeable power and features a sleek, stage ready appearance.
TakeOff is the ideal child’s buggy for those on the go, especially air travelers; it can fit in the overhead compartment or underneath the seat of an airplane. In just two simple steps the patented mechanism lets you fold the buggy into a compact shape, and with its handy shoulder bag you are free to move just about any place. With its lightweight aluminum frame, the agile, nimble and ergonomic buggy weighs only 16 pounds. Its removable, washable seat cushion, removable shopping bag and sunscreen serve the demanding needs of moms, dads and kids.
The design of this earphone was mainly focused on mobility and sanitation. Its wires can be easily arranged to prevent messy, twisted tangles when trying to listen to music. Bacteria in the ears can increase 700 times an hour while wearing earphones. The holeder prevents the growth of bacteria since the earphones don’t fit too tightly in your ears.
Credits: Yoon Sang Kim of Seoul National University of Technology Contact: Yoon Sang Kim: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Korean word “tok-tak” refers to the clicking sound produced when turning a music player on or off. Remove the MP3 player from the charger and the tiny, compact hangs from the user’s ears, eliminating excess wires and leaving the user free and more mobile. With its simple connection and obvious controls,Tok Tak provides a simple, comfortable and very portable way to experience the pleasure of sound.
This concept is a one-manned submersible watercraft that can sail both on and under the surface of water. It was developed for the day when, due to increased crowding and pollution, humans will be living on and under the oceans. Then, people will need a new type of underwater transportation, like a submersible craft. The Aqua has a dolphin-like shape that is ideal for moving under the water. The design also explored controlling buoyancy, supplying oxygen and how to protect the driver from water pressure.
Current debit card machines have adopted touch-screen technology without regard for the tactile needs of visually impaired consumers, forcing them to give their PIN number to the cashier. ReEnvision provides a method for merchants to increase accessibility and privacy for the visually impaired at an economical price. The one-piece design lies flush on debit-card readers, supplying users with Braille instructions and tactile buttons.
Kinetiscape offers a unique playscape experience that connects imaginative play, exploration and cognitive development. It challenges children to make discoveries in their environment and within themselves and provides the feel of an organic, growing environment as it moves with active children. A governor underneath utilizes weights and centripetal force to make it safe to spin without fear of moving too fast. Because it is flush to the ground, kids need not fear missing a step or getting an arm or leg trapped.
The Blood Donation Station is a display that sits next to a blood donation chair, helping to create an environment that provides comfort, education, and encouragement. The station concentrates on different aspects in the donor experience of giving blood. It offers options to those who are normally uncomfortable giving blood, such as the ability to block the sight of their blood being donated.
Alarm clocks usually jolt us awake with a torturing sound that ensures a terrible start to the day. And late risers must suffer through the alarm—and often the snooze button—of an early-rising partner. Silence is a conceptual alarm clock that allows you to program multiple alarms and wakes you without any sound. Each person wears a wireless rubber ring with an integrated vibration device that generates a tactile alarm. A gyro sensor in each ring allows the wearer to interact with the alarm clock. The snooze function is engaged by shaking your hand.
The Trace of Time clock not only tells the time but provides a place for users to make notes: The face of the clock is made of laminated whiteboard. Messages are erased by means of the integrated eraser.