Men: Pee And Wash In The Same Fixture! Lenny Bruce would have had such fun with this, but this just makes so much sense, a sink built on top of a urinal! And designer Yeongwoo Kim has made it look good, too. The theoretical sequence is that you use the urinal, then wash your hands and the washwater rinses the urinal, saving water. Since of course, everybody washes their hands after peeing, right? It makes even more sense in multiple units in mens rooms, saving both space and water. According to Yanko, it is a iF Concept Design 2010 winning entry. The designer writes on his website: To save water, Eco Urinal is designed to use the water that was used for washing hands to flush the urine. This in some ways makes more sense than a waterless toilet and probably saves as much water. More on urinals:No Splash, No Flush Urinals from KohlerWaterless Urinals Introduced for Home UseUrinals Disguised as Trash Cans: Everyday Objects vs Anti-Social BehaviorPee in Style and Save WaterPopup Pissoir Solves Wee Problem
In bed with good design Like most designers, you’ll want your home to be looking good or at least well-design. This collection presents some beds that I could make mine. Bookcase into a bed Floating bed Bed Up The Scoop Pluunk bunk bed Suspended bed DOC sofa/bed Float 과학은 판타지다, 미디어 아티스트 송호준 | magazyn.co.kr 어서 빨리 1억을 모아 개인 인공위성을 쏘아 올리겠다는 야심만만한 계획을 가진 당찬 33살, 미디어 아티스트 송호준. ‘과학은 판타지(Science is Fantasy)’라고 믿는 청년. 인공위성 쏘아 올리기는 그의 판타지다. 알고 있다. 송호준의 주장이 자칫하면 황당무계한 얘기로 느껴질 수 있다는 걸. 1. : 실제로 국내 민간 인공위성 업체에서 차세대 인공위성에 들어갈 테스트용 메인보드를 설계부터 테스트까지 진행한 경험이 있어요. 2. : 인공위성 프로젝트를 진행하겠다 마음 먹은 후 2~3년간 더 세밀한 조사에 ‘착수’했고, 미국의 인공위성 학회에도 참석하며 ‘정말로’ 가능하다는 사실을 확인했어요. 3. : 사실 우주 산업은 ‘지구의 기원 탐구’라는 역할 외에 그 자체가 판타지 산업 아닌가요? 4. : 물론 과학자들이 그런 태도로 연구에 매진하진 않겠지만, 과학이 발전하면 할수록 늘 새로운 어딘가에 있을 진리를 추구할 뿐이니 영원히 그 실체에는 도달할 수는 없을 거란 뜻이죠. 5. : 저는 1998년부터 인공위성 발사 계획을 차근차근 진행해왔어요. 6. : 수백 억을 들여 띄우는 인공위성은 보통 기상 예측이나 통신, 혹은 군사용으로 활용되는데 반해 제가 띄우는 인공위성은 이른바 ‘존재에 대한 질문’을 던지는 임무를 수행할 예정이에요. 7. : 전혀 아니에요. 8. : 그럼 제가 다시 물어 볼게요. 9. : 인공위성 프로젝트를 성공시킨 다음에는 인공위성 키트를 대량생산할 생각이에요. 송호준 대학에서 전기전자전파공학부를 졸업하고 KAIST(전 ICU) 공학부 대학원을 수료한 뒤 민간 인공위성 회사 쎄트렉 이니셔티브(Satrec Initiative)에서 근무했다. 전은경 월간 <디자인> 편집장.
Napkin PC (by @baekdal) #design It is the time of CES and the media is currently filled with a lot of very interesting products - but here is one that you will not see (unfortunately). It's a PC the size of a napkin. The best part is that it is based on passive screen technology (epaper), which means that it only needs power when you change it. The result is that whatever you draw on it will stay on the screen forever (or atleast until you change it) without the need for cables or batteries. This is a brilliant concept by Avery Holleman, and apart from the color epaper, all of it could be done today. In any case, I want one - as soon as somebody makes one. Note: I am not really sure that running windows on it is such a good idea - or let me rephrase that, any operating system. (Tip via email) Follow: 42Concepts
jasonamendolara.wordpress Open Source Satellite Initiative Document Extractor - Combi Monitor, Screen & Printer by Byeong Min Choe Print That Screen, Literally! Document Extractor – Combi Monitor is a screen that doubles up as a printer as well. Why? This monitor is just not a convergence product which is combined of printer and scanner. Designer: Byeong Min Choe Water Shade by Yitu Wang This project is completely apolitical. It IS literally a gate of water. This project goes by the name of “Water Shade” and keeps a shield of H2O around the fruit it is sworn to protect. Moisture is locked in. Designer: Yitu Wang
The Little Habits | zen habits ‘Powerful indeed is the empire of habit.’ ~Publilius Syrus Post written by Leo Babauta. It’s amazing how big a difference a little thing can make. And when these little things are repeated daily, and formed into habits, their benefits increase not just by multiples but by exponents. The little habits can be life-changing. Everyone’s world-changing little habits will be different, but I’ll share a few of mine, and then some tips for forming them. My Little Habits I have lots of little habits, but these are a handful of my favorites: Get-in-the-door ritual. How to Form Them I’ve written about habits numerous times before, but here’s an easy guide to forming a little habit: Do one habit at a time.Make it easy to do.Do it consciously, very consciously at first.Don’t allow any exceptions.Post your progress publicly.Keep doing it, every single day.Enjoy the habit. Forming a habit can be easy, if you enjoy it, take it slowly, and do it mindfully.
Things My Father didn’t Teach Me, How to tie a Tie this isn't happiness.™ ABOUT ARCHIVE FOLLOW Facebook Twitter Instagram Google+ Ads Via The Deck Things My Father didn’t Teach Me, How to tie a Tie share it 3,740 notes Smart Fridge by Ashley Legg Smart Fridge Is Your New Recipe Card The Smart Fridge here is for those who have shunted cooking to a hobby and rely more on designer microwave meals. The idea is to give you a fridge that is intelligent enough to come up with a healthy recipe, depending on what you stock in it.
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YI Zip Earphones by Ji Woong Zip Up Tangles Your trouser fly just influenced my friend Ji. Quit smirking, coz his YI earphones concept will take care of a lot of wire-tangle-hassles in the future, if it ever gets to production. Simple thought process and application! Designer: Ji Woong