If you ever have wondered why we have not yet figured out how to use technology to ride around on hover-boards (credit Back To The Future for that one…), here are some really astounding design concepts using the technology we have to build and showcase the designs of the future.
The Audi AR5 is an experiment in evolving my creative process. In search of a creative formula, the project undergoes extensive design studies in a subtractive manner. The work showcases the vehicle as solid forms, interlocked/chopped parts, and other methods with the goal of developing unique proportions.
In search of a final design, the vehicle meshes the design/performance capabilities of a sports car and utilitarian functionality of a Sport Wagon.
This is what I wish the internet search will be able to do with a mobile device in the NEAR future. Touch screen, built in camera, scanner, WiFi, Google map (hopefully Google earth), Google search, image search… all in one device. Like this way, when you can see a building through it, it gives you the image search result right on the spot.
This universal remote control concept controls your lamp, stereo, TV, air conditioner, heater… Just point at it on the transparent screen and select the menu item you want to make a change to (speaker volume, channels, brightness, etc.).
Designed for the Fiat, the “EYE” by Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata is a compact personal vehicle based on Segway technology that allows a stable, swift and sustainable ride on city-roads.
Running on an electric propulsion system, the gyroscopically balanced vehicle also includes sensor technology and control software to ensure perfect controls. Including the voice command and biometric reading sensors, the personal mobility concept eliminates the physical occupancy of the rider to offer a comfortable and controlled ride, while presenting a clear view of the surroundings.
Mobile Music Concept
Nike Arc Angels
Google launched its Project Glass on Google+ last month, sending techies and futurists into a minor hysteria. The glasses — which don’t actually feature lenses, according to preliminary photos released by the company — will project augmented reality images into wearers’ field of vision. So when you wake up in the morning, for example, you’ll see weather forecasts, appointments and online correspondences projected in front of your eyes.