Nokia is showing off a supremely crazy phone concept called HumanForm. Shaped like a teardrop, this is a touch-activated and completely flexible phone that looks like it's straight out of a sci-fi movie.
Here's a clever redesign of the traditional stoplight. It's called the Sand Glass, and it's a stoplight shaped like an hourglass.
Keeping a phone charged can be a pain, especially at the end of the day when you're out of the house and dealing with a sliver of battery life. If only a phone could stay charged up all day without you ever having to think about it.
The Snail is a portable induction heater that makes you rethink the whole idea of a stove. You see, it uses magnets to stick itself onto the side of pots, pans and mugs. it then heats them up from the side, no stovetop required.
Because bicycles require no power source they'll likely never disappear, so it's only natural to envision the bike of the future, which if we're lucky will look a lot like the Full Circle concept vehicle from Korea.
This is the Aquaphone concept by designer Bon-Seop Ku. Its interface consists of water bubbles that are manipulated by an electric current.
Camera design rarely deviates from a norm. You know, you either have a normal-looking DSLR or a normal-looking point-and-shoot. Sure, the latter category plays with colors and some are thinner than others, but they all look relatively similar.
The DryMate is a concept for a tumble vacuum dryer that uses vacuum condensation technology to dry clothes at lower temperatures, conserving energy all the while.
The G50 Vanguard is a concept design for a mouse that is shaped like a hand. You know, to fit your hand. It's kind of a wonder that this seems so strange compared to a normal mouse.
Take a gander at this iPad Cam-Case design by Chet Rosales. You probably want a case for your iPad anyway, so adding a camera — a swiveling camera, no less — to that enclosure is an elegant way to solve two problems with one sleek product.