Dyson’s Dust Detecting Vac + Synth in a Box

1. Dyson V15 detection
Dyson’s newest stick vacuum cleaner gamifies cleaning with a precisely angled laser on its suction head, a piezo sensor inside and a bright color LCD screen, the sum that allows household cleaners to keep track of which tiny particles have been successfully vacuumed from the floor 125,000 rpm engine. With innovations like these, Dyson remains the gold standard in the vacuum cleaner category.

2. Zen garden speakers
Inspired by the mesmerizing, raked patterns of a Japanese zen dry garden, the Momentum Studio speaker and lighting device introduces itself as the quiet epitome of ambient noise and light as ambience in one, complete with a small polished river stone-style volume control.

3. Native Union Heritage Valet Wireless Charger
It’s surprising how quickly you get used to never having to reach for a charger cable after upgrading to a wireless charger. Native Union is still one of our proven go-to accessory manufacturers who emphasizes the design experience and the technological comfort of its products in equal measure. Your Heritage Valet is wrapped in Italian leather, half finely textured, the other half with gold accents – a charging solution that charges rather than interfering with the desk or any surface, and delivers up to 5W to charge AirPods, 7, 5 W with iPhones, and up to 10 W with other Qi-compatible devices.

4. MIT researchers modify printed designs with a beam of light
Imagine repainting your car or sneakers with a flash of light in a minute. This is what researchers at MIT are working on by using an ultraviolet (UV) light projector in combination with objects coated with light-activated dye that make it possible to change painted prototypes almost instantly. The prototype system enables saturation levels to be controlled at the pixel level, allowing changes to a previous design without erasing the surface.

5. Sonic bubbles
We have all seen visualizations of particles in the air moving in tight spaces. Imagine using the same kind of visualizations to track how sound propagates and ricochets in a room. This is exactly what experience and sound designer Yuri Suzuki is working on and using the visualized data to develop sound-canceling technologies that enable users to create quiet zones of privacy within the home using spatial audio … “a transparent bubble that envelops and distracts unwanted noises. “

6. Love Hultens MDLR – 3 7 Synth
Love Hulten, our favorite artisan of electronic instruments and gadgets, unfolds what is perhaps the most portable synthesizer, a fold-out combination of a Korg Minilogue, Korg Microkey 37, Meris ENZO, T-Rex Replicator and Doepfer A-199 in a single tool box case.

7. ANAORI kakugama
Carbon graphite is a very unusual substance, one lighter than iron, but also able to give off five times more infrared heat than a cast iron pan or saucepan. This incredibly expensive (starting at $ 2,490) monolithic carbon graphite block is shaped into a cube with an Imo-Gata (rounded bottom) pot shape and designed to reach an internal temperature of up to 572 ° F, allowing the culinary creative to do so to use intensively adjustable heat for grilling, steaming, simmering, roasting or poaching in the kitchen or for a dramatic presentation on the table, which makes eating an experience for all the senses.

8. Samsung Smart Monitor M5 32 ″
If you want to increase productivity while working from home (and at the same time reduce the strain on your eyes), we highly recommend adding a larger external monitor as a sidekick for your laptop. The newly introduced 32-inch M5 smart monitor (and the even larger 43-inch M7) is one of the standout options available, in part because we like its white borderless design and also its flexibility as a customizable work / home screen. The M5’s 1920 × 1080 (FHD) resolution is admittedly not a leader in the specs department, but it costs under $ 250 and doubles as a TV or game station, ideal for home rooms that need to work twice.

9. The sunset spectacle in West Hollywood
I would be the first to admit that I’m not a huge fan of billboards, either in the traditional medium or as a digital display. However, the bold multimedia tesseract billboard design of the West Hollywood Sunset Spectacular is so utterly insane that it still convinces me with its multi-faceted technological presence along Sunset Blvd. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) plans to commission curated sustainable blocks of multimedia art on the tower and its grounds, which will give its construction an additional cultural level.

10. Scroll with LG Display OLED Concept
Our design-loving colleagues at Dezeen held a global design competition that challenged creatives to redesign the OLED digital display regardless of the limitations of the standardized shape of flat screen televisions. The winning design by Richard Bone and Jisu Yun is an elegant concept that is inspired by the shape of its namesake and has received the highest awards with the most practical and innovative design that doubles as a shelf display and stand. Check out the runners-up here.

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