DaVinci Resolve is a precision hardware control surface and integrated software solution for color grading motion pictures. Color correction is like holding the images in your hands and molding them into absolute perfection. Color artists work endless hours, so the team engineered the design and placement of the controls to increase capabilities while reducing complexity.
Credits: Blackmagic Industrial Design Team, Carbon Design Group
Contact: Simon Kidd: firstname.lastname@example.org
This family of residential street lamps, which was inspired by the prism, was designed to enhance the emotional satisfaction of residents both during the day and at night. During the day its sinuous curves are a delight to the eyes; at night, the orange glow along the base, in addition to the white glow from above, helps people feel secure.
Credits: Juhee Cho, Sooyou Hong and Dowon Kim of Samsung E&C (South Korea); Byungchan Kim and Jihong Park of Tangerine (United Kingdom) and Minchul Kim and Jongseung Bae of Taewon (South Korea)
Contact: Sooyon Hong: email@example.com
The Hart Framing Hammer incorporates multiple features, such as a side strike, magnetic nail set, side nail puller and rebar bender while maximizing weight and balance for optimal user comfort and usability. It also retains the traditional qualities of polished steel as well as strong handle materials, such as hickory, steel and fiberglass, all of which are recyclable.
The Blink family of electric vehicle charging stations consists of three products: a wall-mounted unit for overnight charging in private garages or carports, a pedestal unit for retail locations and a DC Fast Charging unit for gas stations and in between major commute corridors throughout the country.
Credits: frog and ECOtality
Contact: Sara Munday: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Articulating Scaffold has the ability to walk with the motion of the user, eliminating the need to constantly climb up and down and reposition the equipment. The work table provides a space to store tools, keeping them safe and organized while repositioning. A few simple, intuitive motions collapses the unit, making it easy to transport to the truck or job site.
Credits: Alexander Spurrier of Auburn University
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The Circulating Water Bath is a refrigerating and heating temperature control unit used for laboratory applications. The LCD touchscreen technology guides the operator through setup and operation, and a powerful pump circulates heated water throughout the reservoir to deliver consistent temperature control. Temperatures can be monitored from anywhere in the laboratory with the pivoting control head.
Credits: William Cesaroni, IDSA, Morad Ghassemian and Christian Castro of Cesaroni Design Associates Inc.; Philip Preston and Cliff Johnson of PolyScience; and Ralph Page of CDM Fabrication for PolyScience
Contact: Rebecca Manske: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Welcoming Vehicle Control System controls access to buildings and residential areas. An RF reader identifies residents as they pass by the controller, automatically authorizing their entrance and exit. Visitors use the interphone to call the person they are visiting, who authorizes their access to the site. The vehicle controller plate sensor number monitors and records the vehicles that pass in case of accidents or a disaster.
Credits: Juhee Cho, Sooyon Hong and Dowon Kim of Samsung E&C (South Korea); Byungchan Kim, Junghyun Cho and Jihong Park of Tangerine (United Kingdom); and Gitak Na and Namsoo Lee of Cvnet (South Korea)
Contact: Sooyon Hong: email@example.com
The Hyper Variaxis can completely machine a work piece, including multiple surface machining, from raw material to completion in a single work-piece setup to provide improved productivity in the production of complex components, such as those found in the aerospace and automotive industries.
Credits: Yamazaki Mazak Corp. (Japan) and of Ken Okuyama Design Co. Ltd. (Japan)
Contact: Bruce Dozier: firstname.lastname@example.org
This custom-designed ATM for the Spanish bank BBVA was designed from the user experience up, rather than from the components down. The design team listened to people’s banking experiences and observed people’s behavior at ATMs. The team also examined analogous self-service experiences, such as those at gas pumps and train-ticket kiosks, leading to a design that doesn’t further automate the teller, but that humanizes the transaction experience.
Credits: IDEO Design Team, BBVA, NCR and Fujitsu
Contact: Katie Clark: email@example.com
Air New Zealand’s SkyCouch is a new seating solution that delivers more control, comfort and flexibility to economy passengers when traveling on long-haul flights. Disappearing armrests, configuarble tray table and enhanced seat cushioning give travelers multiple seating options. Plus the redesigned leg rest converts three seats into one bed, allowing a wider range of seating experiences for travelers.
Credits: Air New Zealand Design Team, Altitude Aerospace Interiors, Geoff Suvalko of Designworks, IDEO, Formworks Design, David Scott Design, Recaro (New Zealand) and Formway Furniture, Optimal Usability, Design Brand, infact (New Zealand) for Air New Zealand (New Zealand)
Contact: Geoff Suvalko: firstname.lastname@example.org