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14 Innovative And Futuristic Creations

As industrial designers push the envelope to create and improve on existing products such as smart phones or glasses, we as consumers appreciate the benefits from these advancements. In this article we showcase some amazing conceptual and futuristic product designs that will definitely inspire you.

Remember that some of these designs are just conceptual at the moment.

Top Innovative And Futuristic Creations

1) Weather Cell Phone Concept

This beautiful cell phone concept design by Seunghan Song accurately detects and illustrates present weather conditions


Cool futuristic window phone concept design by Seunghan Song accurately determines and illustrates present weather conditions.


2) Cloud Sofa

This is an elegant concept created by designer D.K. Wei. The Cloud sofa is supposed to give one the illusion of floating on their own personal cloud. A magnet in the base is supposed to generate enough magnetic force to hold the sofa aloft. The cloud is constructed from a plexiglas mold.


3) iPhone 4G Concept

This fantasy iPhone mimics both the look of Mac OS/X and the aluminum case of a MacBook Pro. We couldn’t issue out the real name of the designer but you can see more pictures from this designer under his handle “YoungSpace” at Flickr. The video capability in this design preceded the one in the iChat, above. The removable battery is also fascinating.


4) Xtreme Sports Cam

For those who like to push themselves to the limits, there is no greater moment of glory when they reach the summit, catch that spectacular wave or climb the extremely difficult rock face. Extreme sports thrill but capturing the action from the doer’s perspective gets easier with the Lobster-x Wearable Camera for Extreme Sports. The design features a rolling band in camera construction, which the user can fasten on any part of their body such as head, arm or ankle. Flexible hinges let you feel comfortable wearing it.


5) Glass Tablet

Another concept design using glass technology, this one is for a tablet, such as an iPad, with touch-screen capabilities.


6) Google Glasses

These are those glasses that you see in all of the futuristic movies…you know, the ones that allow you to see different reports while driving, walking, eating a meal. Google’s version of these glasses would allow wearers to see weather reports, news article, and more.


7) Peugeot XRC Prototype Car Design Concept

The fundamentals are similar, but the Peugeot XRC packs a punch. This baby is one of a kind, forged to surf deserts and tackle tough terrain. Dreamed up by CGI specialist Tiago Aiello, the vehicle mimics a typical RC car and yet the unique design takes on a life of its own.



9) Yacht holds its own

Using photo electrochemical hydrogen precaution, the boat can produce its own fuel and maintain power indefinitely. As for food and water… well… you’d better like seafood!


10) Harvest And Cook Fresh Food

It is a device that allows you to monitor your plants and then informs you when the produce is ripe and ready to cook. A helpful Smartphone app gives you details on the growth process and even suggests recipes. Powered with  solar panel, the gardening pot is pretty self-sufficient.


11) This Cup Has A Ring To It

In an attempt to make life simpler for those with sight disabilities, designer Soon-sik Choi offers an effortless solution to the task of filling a cup. When the cup is almost full the handle makes a distinct ‘ring’ sound.


12) Future of Internet Search: Mobile version

Augmented reality is probably one of the most popular future concepts at the moment. This concept is for a device that has a camera, touch screen display, Wi-Fi, Google Maps and a scanner in one to alter the way we see the world.


13) MacView. The personal library

The Apple iPad has very few issues but one thing consumers do want is a real keyboard. This device delivers that and more. Click the link to find out more.


14) Ecopad By Yonggu Do, Jun-Se Kim

“Electricity is made automatically by using your EcoPad. Currently commercialized tablet PCs and smartphones have a very limited battery life – often not more than a day before having to be recharged.

However, on average, people press their touch screens over 10,000 times a day. The EcoPad does not require special charging from an adaptor. Instead, it generates electricity when a user presses the touch screen, due to the nano piezoelectricity film that is located below the display.”