Student Designs

WIDY

The WIDY is a laundry rack that features sliding hanging rails and a grooved frame for simple hanging of wet clothing. It features adjustable rails to accommodate larger items and a central button that locks the rails into place.

Designed by Soohun Jung and Areum Gu of Samsung Art and Design Institute

Contact: Soohun Jung - supersoohun@gmail.com

 

Mua-Mi

The Mua-Mi is a breast pump that provides an easy, convenient and comfortable way to pump milk. It features a one-time-use plastic bag, which can be used as a milk bottle and kept fresh for up to 12 hours. It also includes an app that helps users control the pump and check the temperature of the milk.

Designed by Xiaoxiao Pu, Zimo Pan and Lei Hong of Rochester Institute of Technology

Contact: Zimo Pan - pzm301@live.cn

 

Desert Forest

Desert Forest is a plant-like instrument that resembles a forest when planted in a large mass. Just like a forest, a collection of Desert Forests provides water and visual freshness to desert inhabitants. Users simply have to stick Desert Forest in sand and leave it overnight to collect water from the vessel underground. It will also grab sand around its roots, resisting huge sandstorms from forming. “Forest” created by our product will bring new hope and life into deserted areas. Desert Forest creates miracles on deserts.

Designed by Il-mo Ahn and SoYeon Park of Konkuk University Seoul

Contact: Il-mo Ahn - maxe422@nate.com

 

Lean On Me

The Lean On Me is an umbrella designed to lean against a wall without tipping over. Cut to an optimum leaning angle, the Lean On Me features a stable shape and nonslip silicon material. It also features a touch of color to provide aesthetic appeal.

Designed by Cheol-woong Seo and Jae-hee Park of Hong-Ik University

Contact: Cheol-Woong Seo - changryong4@gmail.com

 

Ointment-tips

Ointment-tips are safe, portable, clean and easy-to-use medical supplies designed to treat injuries on the go and in emergency situations where the user has to act swiftly. As a disposable product, it has no external contact with the user and can be thrown away when finished.

Designed by Jin Bo Ra, Hong Yea Ji, Park Gee Yeon and Jo Min Ji of Hannam University

Contact: Gee Yeon Park - magenta251@gmail.com

 

BIO-CLEANER

BIO-CLEANER prevents the deterioration of the ocean environment from oil spills. The system consists of a bacteria tank that breaks down pollutants in the water, a biosensor that detects and tracks the pollutants to help prevent them from spreading, and an acoustic wave device that expels animals from the pollutants to protect them from harm.

Designed by Hsiang-Han Hsu of Fortune Institute of Technology and Yih-Wenn Luo of National Cheng Kung University      

Contact: Hsiang-Han Hsu - hsusean0509@gmail.com

 

MOSTRAP

MOSTRAP is a mosquito trap for the home. It uses a mixture of yeast and sugar to produce carbon dioxide. The mosquitoes enter the device in search of the source of the carbon dioxide. Once inside, they are trapped in an inner chamber, and an electric mesh on the wall of the chamber electrocutes the mosquitoes once they land on it.

Designed by Vishakan Shivasubramaniam of DSK ISD International School of Design

Contact: Guillaume Penanguer - guillaume.penanguer@dskisd.com

 

Pumping Screw Blender

The Pumping Screw Blender features a screw mechanism that enables the user to blend easily without using electricity. With its unique pumping mechanism, it can be used anytime, anywhere. It is light and portable and also doubles as a to-go tumbler.

Designed by Bong Gyeom Kim of Cheongju University

Contact: Bong Gyeon Kim - soul_ii@naver.com

 

XEOS 3D - Desktop 3D-printing reinvented

The XEOS 3D - Desktop 3D-printing reinvented was designed for users, consultancies, design departments and even the home office, who need to verify form geometries quickly and easily. It features a robotic printing arm that makes its small desktop form factor possible while speeding up the printing process. Other useful features include wireless operation with Wi-Fi, an integrated fisheye camera and intuitive controls.

Designed by Stefan Reichert of University of Wuppertal

Contact: Stefan Reichert - stefan.reichert@sre-design.de

 

Multi-ladder

The Multi-ladder is part ladder, part cart and part stretcher. It was designed for use in emergency situations like natural disasters, including tsunamis, earthquakes and floods. It features straps that enable safe transport of emergency patients on the stretcher, but can also be unfolded as a cart to carry patients.

Designed by Moon Jung Jang and Bo reum Seo of Kookmin University

Contact: Moon Jung Jang - moonjung91@gmail.com

 

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