Only by letting go of all established conventions can new innovative designs shine through. This power strip concept throws the boxy rectangular shape out the window in favor of a shape-shifting soft plastic that allows electrical plugs to be attached from any position.
Here at DVICE, we've made an executive decision that it's not The Future until everything, everything can fly. Flying cars? Sure. Flying people? Totally. Flying washing machines? It simply won't be the The Future without them.
Remember SeaOrbiter? No? Well, you should, 'cause we wrote about it six years ago, when plans were underway to create the ship and set it afloat "in the near future." And the near future is now here! Nearly!
Remember that crazy 18-rotor personal helicopter proof of concept from e-volo that we wrote about last November? Looks like the company is ready to take the next step towards making a consumer version of this thing, and ultimately, it may not even be that crazy at all.
If you took in Marvel's latest box office hit, The Avengers, you'll know that it is crammed with tons of futuristic user interfaces. Well, somebody had to design all those fancy HUDs and UIs, and that guy is Jayse Hansen. Just look at this great stuff. It's great for the movies, but terrible UI design for consumers.
Now, why hasn't someone thought of this totally tubular printer before? Or if someone has, why is my desk still possessed by a giant, boxy, and generally less than functional hunk of ugly plastic? Someone. Please. Make me this printer. Please.
Here in California, there are huge tracts of land so desolate that nobody in their right mind would ever want to live there. Commonly known as "Fresno,"* these areas might be made slightly more palatable with the inclusion of hyper-modern eco-friendly prefab housing like the this design, called California Roll.
There's no doubt that people absolutely love Instagram. The photo sharing network might be on the top favorite app lists of many an iOS and Android user, but what if Instagram was an actual camera that could print out all of your hipster photos? Like, maybe this camera concept by ADR Studio? Yes, please!
With the ominous words "Stompy is coming," the crazed creators over at the Artisan's Asylum in Massachusetts have revealed their plans for a lumbering hexapod that seats two and towers over the average automobile.
With all the rumors going around suggesting Apple might built the sixth-generation iPhone out of Liquidmetal, Antoine Brieux (of previous iPhone concepting fame) got down to work to mock up a design. His iPhone is so sleek that it could easily be mistaken for a genuine Apple product.