Thursday, May 7, 2009

Speak To Me (STM) Bracelet Cell Phone by Nicolas Nicolaou

This new device is an electronic wrist watch and a mobile phone at the same time. It works on the both touch screen and voice recognition technology and the phone may be activated or deactivated via the green or red line given in the device. It also has a built in scrolling function that allows the user to move between various functions that is available on the device. It also has a built in camera which enables the users to click pictures and be able to send the same in real time. Well must say that it’s quite a chic product!

ScanU Pocket Scanner Design with Dual Side Scanning

The new pocket scanner by the name ScanU is a device that surely is slated to make scanning easy for all of us. The device is made up of 3 units: the central bigger unit hosts the roll out screen and display complete with corresponding control units, another unit is the rechargeable battery with a USB interface and the third being a storage unit also with USB interface. The OLED screen gives the required illumination for scanning and also to capture the data to be scanned. The device is dual side scanning device which enables to capture data even if the book is closed. It comes out to be a very handy device!

Pendulous Sustainable Public Mobility by Kevin Lee

The aim of the concept of pendulous is to provide comfort and ease to the people who use public transport in their day to day life. People of the age group of eighteen years to that of thirty is the principal target of this concept of transport because they constitute the most part of the society who use public transport. This concept not only provides a sense of ease and freedom to the users to the public vehicles but it gives an idea of making the traveling environment friendly also. The very concept of pendulous is based and encouraged by incentives proposed by the society as it helps to conserve the environment.


Since the last century, traveling a lot of countries on a single trip, which was very well known as Grand Tour, has lost the popularity among mass people. One of the main reasons is the reduced travel budgets and getting the most out from any trip makes a good financial sense now. But another issue that really matters when traveling in the countries you may want to visit is having the required language skill to communicate freely with the inhabitants.