Design Futuristic

Design Futuristic featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Smart

Data is becoming the important part of our lives. All products will be connected one way or the other. The creator wanted to combine the data, health and eating habits. If one person presses the Body Mass Index Pads that are placed on the both side of the plate with thumbs, then after just a few seconds, he or she might be able to see the data either on a screen on the plate, so as on the cell phone. Since the Heart Plate is going to be connected via Bluetooth with the cell phone. The app allows sharing the data with the third party like your clinic, personal doctor, nurse or personal trainer.

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Space+

"Space+"is a future car, its collapsible design is to better solve the problem of parking. With the development of the times, the automotive industry is developing rapidly.The urban traffic congestion and the parking that are inconvenience have become major problems.Parking on the roadside occupies the space and affects the normal vehicle traveling on the road. "Space+"can be folded in a way, you can achieve any shuttle in the congested road, reducing the phenomenon of peak congestion.

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The Breathing House

Imagined as a dynamic living system,the breathing house is a three storey eco-sustainable family home whose glass facade is segmented into a series of sliding terraces. The system works by means of a large metal grid that serves as an anti-sismic external skeleton for the structure (the frame allows to conduct cabling and collect rainwater). Sliding out a terrace, however, extends the internal room into a dynamic balcony. The windows are made of solar glass cells providing all the energy needs.

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XBIKE2043

XBIKE is a transformable passenger drone-motorbike, designed to provide flexible mobility in future urban spaces. Vehicles in the future cities are less land-depended and XBIKE is a solution for this challenge. Two technologies combined to achieve lightweight and flexibility. Hubless wheels are lighter than traditional wheels and provide a free space in center of wheel. This free space used for improving airflow efficiency. Thanks to the technology of bladeless fans, airflow multiplies and it is 4 times more efficient. So the form of XBIKE based on soft lines and aerodynamic gestalt.

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n01

N.01 Concept was designed as a vision for the future of the race cars, that can be autonomous or remote piloted. Its iconic form is somehow aggressive and minimalistic at once. The fact that this vehicle lacks a pilot provided the freedom to play with shapes and the automotive architecture, so the innovation was the main point. Marked by an extremely low profile, its in-wheel electric motors enhance this slim aesthetic. Following the principle 'form follows function' about its design, every line and every volume has a purpose, endind up, this way with a clean iconic concept.

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Concern

In future, the technology of translating information from animals to human languages will be dramatically developed and get mature enough to be massively utilized in peoples’ ordinary life, which will be firstly focused on dog.The design uses dogs’ ability of detecting the premonition of cancer, cardiac arrest, diabetes and other diseases to create a convince translation tool that allows dogs to act as prevention for human being’s common disease. Meanwhile, the dogs can independently interact with home appliances, online hospitals, etc., to help or rescue the family members in time.

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