About 10 years ago, we didn’t really expect the 1.4mb 3.5 inch floppy to evolve into flash drives 10x smaller with storage capacity as big as 32gb. The interesting thing about technology is; it’s just going to get more and more high-end but the size, is just going to get smaller and slimmer.
These concept gadgets you see before you today, have extremely high chance of getting into production anywhere in the future. For example, Microsoft’s Surface Computing Technology certainly tells us they are for real. Here’s some really cool concept gadgets, just concepts for now but we really hope it’ll be implemented, that inspires. If we happened to missed something impressive, please let us know in comment. Full list after jump.
Concept computer designed by Korean designer Won-Seok Lee. No bulky monitors, just a UFO shape system that displays screen like a projector. [via yankodesign]
The most prominent design feature of aeon is a touchscreen that stretches over the full surface area of the phone. [via engadget mobile]
The Napkin PC is a multi-user, multi-interface, modular computer designed for creative professionals to collaborate and bring their greatest ideas to life. [via yankodesign]
This phone uses haptic technology to provide physical feedback for making a call. To turn it on’ÃÂ¦twist a section, to dial a number’ÃÂ¦twist a bunch of sections, to make an international call’ÃÂ¦break your wrist! [via yankodesign]
INFO Live is an data organizer for connected internet world. It is able to transfer data information to any hardware and person any moment in time of need. [via nextgendesigncomp]
Touch screen digital photo storing and organization product. [via tuvie]
When you go advanced in all your computer equipments, the next best thing is to get a futuristic mouse. [via geekandhype]
Designed with many slots so that user can easily group their keys into categories such as car keys, home keys or office keys. [via tuvie]
Like a precision calliper tool, 08 Radio by Mikael Silvanto lets you precisely find the station you want by sliding the entire radio unit up and down the scale. [via yankodesign]