Satellite to Go is a compact, portable system featuring an LCD screen, receiver and satellite antenna in a single unified case. It is designed to be used by emergency service organizations, such as FEMA, the Red Cross, police and firefighters, to provide satellite information when ground-based communications have been compromised.
The 360 Paper Water Bottle is a versatile container concept made from food-safe, recyclable materials. Its design strategically decreases the energy consumed throughout the product life cycle without sacrificing functionality. It also gives consumers access to an environmental friendly experience.
REturn is a simple, elegant waste processor that makes composting food waste inside the home convenient and rewarding. Diverting waste from the trashcan and returning it to your backyard as nutrient-rich compost reduces the burden on landfills and sewage treatment plants. REturn is a self-contained system that works without the traditional slop bucket or outdoor compost pile, making it feasible for urban dwellers.
08.15.2011 Welcome to designBytes, the electronic newsletter of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA). Here's the latest design and design-related news we've collected from around the Web.
08.08.2011 Welcome to designBytes, the electronic newsletter of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA). Here's the latest design and design-related news we've collected from around the Web.
The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) has selected Bryce Rutter, IDSA, founder and chief executive officer of Metaphase Design Group Inc., as the winner of the AAMI/Becton & Dickinson (BD) Professional Achievement Award.
The award is given to an emerging health care professional at the beginning or middle of his career for achievements he or she has made to improve medical devices, instruments or systems.