The Hyperion Miner’s Helmet is designed to endure the tough conditions and long hours experienced by the modern mining operator. It features adjustable lights for working and walking, head-up display with vital work/vehicle information, an extra layer of shock-absorbing foam and an in-ear radio with active noise cancellation.
Designed by Kim Enig Risager of Umeå Institute of Design for Boliden AB and Atlas Copco.
Contact: Kim Enig Risager - Kimrisager@hotmail.com
The hydrologic is a closed-loop laundry-care system designed to clean and care for dirty clothes and clothes that simply need to be freshened up. It features two sections: The bottom section serves as a traditional washer/dryer and the top section as a steam and ultraviolet cleaning and sterilizing solution.
Designed by William van Beek of Umeå Institute of Design for Whirlpool
Contact: William van Beek - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dynapac Red Carpet is an electric-powered paver that can repair asphalt roads on the move without disrupting traffic: cars simply drive over the repair zone while a process called Hot-In-Place Recycling takes place underneath. The reclaimed asphalt is then lifted into the machine, mixed with a small amount of fresh binder and paved back onto the road.
Designed by Gosha Galitsky of Umeå Institute of Design for Atlas Copco
Contact: Alex Liebert - email@example.com
The ERGONIUM - Personal head protection for miners is a miner's helmet designed to minimize work-related injuries and prevent irreversible vertebrae damage. It provides both head protection and comfort during long work hours. It features a balanced weight distribution, which reduces stress, load and fatigue.
Designed by Maxime (Dax) Dubreucq of Umea Institute of Design
Contact: Maxime Dubreucq - firstname.lastname@example.org
The 15minutes lamp enables users to slowly fall asleep to a darkening room. Before going to sleep, users invert 15minutes. Sand flows down the glass, slowly covering the lighting section to create a darkening environment. Users can adjust the time of the sand at 15-minute intervals. When the sand flows down completely, the power is automatically switched off by the weight of the sand.
Designed by Lee Hye mi, Lee Hye min and Sun hwa jung of Sookmyung Women's University
Contact: Hye mi Lee - email@example.com
Designed to cheer up its user, the Tell me, mirror features a digital voice that asks, “Who is the most beautiful in the world?” With its varying lighting frame, the mirror has a magical, mythical charm to it. It provides the user with an opportunity to look through a mirror with a different more positive perspective.
Designed by Yoori Koo of Seoul National University of Science and Technology
Contact: Yoori Koo - firstname.lastname@example.org
Accurate Throwing was designed remove the danger to referees and measuring staff during javelin events. It also features precise measuring and computing technology for accurate measurements of the javelin throw. It has an embedded electronic system that precisely locates the starting and landing points.
Designed by Haimo Bao, Wenqiang Zhou, Zhixun Jin, Kun Xu, Song Qiao, Ran Li, Meiyan Li, Jiaqi Wang, Xinyi Li and Huanle Li of School of Design, Dalian Nationalities University; Bai Xue of Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Contact: Wenqiang Zhou - email@example.com
The Diverse Sunshade is a multifunctional shade for the beach, summertime or any day with an abundance of sun. It is designed with foldable edges that can be pulled down to form a changing room, tent or simply a retreat from the sun.
Designed by Haimo Bao, Weihua Zhang, Jiwei Huang, Rui Zhang, Kun Xu, Song Qiao, Yong Jiang, Xirui Hou, Jiaxuan Ma, Jiacheng Bao and Ying Wang of School of Design, Dalian Nationalities University
Contact: Jiwei Huang - firstname.lastname@example.org
The U-battery combines the SD card of a camera, a U-disk and a battery that together enable the user to perform multiple functions simultaneously, such as charging the camera’s battery while transferring photos. It provides convenience while eliminating the need for multiple camera accessories.
Designed by Xiang Gao, Haimo Bao, Yusheng Yin, Weiyin Luo, Xiang Liu, Song Qiao, Kun Xu, Xianming Yin, Jiwei Huang, Mengyin Jia and Rui Zhang of School of Design, Dalian Nationalities University; Bai Xue of Huazhong
Contact: Xiang Gao - email@example.com
The Mamma is a salt shaker designed to reduce the amount of salt intake for its user. Rather than pour inexact and abundant amounts of salt on food, the Mamma enables the user to easily measure the amount of salt being used.
Designed by Soohun Jung of Samsung Art and Design Institute
Contact: Soohun Jung - firstname.lastname@example.org