As technology innovations accelerate the elegance of our electronic devices will increasingly resemble the minimalist beauty of tools like the Eye of the Storm faceless watch.
With all of these fancy-schmancy 3D and holographic displays kicking around, sometimes it's good to remind ourselves that effective optical effects don't need a lot of technical muscle behind them. Just take a look at John Leung's "Magic Carp-pet," which uses just what looks like a slatted coffee table and a rug to achieve its effect.
True tech classics never die as exampled by TDK's new Three Speaker Boombox, a slick mutation of an old school favorite.
For the purists among us who think sci-fi sequels are for the non-believers, this Tron 1.0 motorcycle helmet is a priceless piece of retro futurism.
You have to love BMW's design group. The company already has the goods when it comes to crafting cars, but its DesignworksUSA never ceases to amaze when it tackles other projects, too. Just take a look at the Inspiro, a train for Poland that's modern in more than just its looks.
In celebration of its 200th anniversary, Peugeot has unveiled a new concept sports car called the EX1, an electric vehicle that looks like something out of Tron Legacy.
Looking at these strange, gravity-defying buildings makes one ponder: are the architects bored, on drugs or just plain crazy? No matter the state of mind of their creators, one thing is for sure--these structures certainly are crowd pleasers. Here's a rundown of our favorites from around the world.
If we're lucky the future of fashion technology will not only give us clothes that change color, but also more outfits that move while we move like the new Fluid Dress.
Looking for a low-key place to sit and read? This ain't it. No, this circular, light-shining seat-cum-bookshelf will definitely be the centerpiece of any room it sits in.
The design geeks at Honda's Advanced Design Studio have whipped up a new concept car called the Honda Air that is all eye candy yet anything but lightweight.