Tuesday, 18 October 2011

The Great Surprises - Part 1

The young American designer Joey Roth seems to appreciate most of all natural materials and minimalism. In 2010 after designing a pair of mini speakers ceramic, which had already caused a stir, this time he designed a prototype mouse that looks like out of another time. The Felt Mouse is made of wool felt, teak and aluminum. And fit in perfectly with your MacBook Pro, casually resting on an old wooden table campaign.




This strange object was observed and varied in 2011 during the "Spark Concept Design Award." This is a solution "grain up" quite original since this optical mouse for notebook, cone-shaped, can be "unfolded" to be stored in the DVD.



As part of what appears to be an existential quest designed to discover the great mysteries of life in general and those of the female anatomy, in particular, Ukrainian Kurovets Andy has created this mouse named G-Spot Mouse. What can I say except that it combines an undeniable finesse and harsh realism. While the engineering design? Pope of bad taste? We'll let you judge. But in the meantime and to answer the question that some of you are facing, according to the designer, the G-spot is actually to send emails or surf the net with a single click.

This concept of the Chinese designer Tao Ma, if not seem practical to use, is very clever. This is a hard mouse pad and its extension "Warming" which, through the principle of induction, transformed into heat energy generated by the movement of the mouse to keep the coffee hot bring to a temperature took lunch on the go.
 

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