The Walnut Player is a concept MP3 player that can be “walled rolled” to charge. It has been designed by the industrial designer YuKwang Kang and features two spherical objects, which when rolled in your hand, allow the generation of renewable electricity to charge its own onboard battery.
To reduce the environmental effects of the inevitable growth of urbanism, Portugese deisgner Vasco Pinto Alves proposes a unique concept that provides energy, water, shade and also clean air just like natural trees do.
Industrial designer Matthew Smith is working to reduce dependence on non-renewable energy sources to power our electronic gear. Since these gadgets are a part of mostly everybody’s life, the total electricity required to keep them ticking is substantial. Matthew is providing solutions by designing gadgets that can be powered by renewable forms of energy, such as kinetic energy.
MOB concept for Toyota, is the brainchild of Spanish designer Jorge Marti Vidal and features a striking look that incorporates unusual bodywork.
The concept vehicle, which has been inspired by the idea of the Mobius strip, carries two continuous panels, which weave their way back and forth to create the bodywork and the chassis.
The LM Hawaii designed by Acatrinei Lucian Nicolae, is a concept electric car which represents an environmentally friendly vehicle that can be used in the sandy terrain of the Hawaii Islands. The zero-emission vehicle can carry four people with their surfing gear.
Auto designer Andre Federico Look believes that racing is a significant medium in communication new technology and motorsports has the chance to demonstrate new technical and creative solutions within the framework of competition. To prove his belief, Andrea has come up with a concept electric motorcycle that can rival any conventionally-powered machine on the racetrack.