Pavel Kazda

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APPLE HISTORY: Bold/Revolutionary early Industrial Designs (02) "bashful" (never produced but early "iPad") were outsourced to German Hartmut Esslinger (founder of frog design - 1969...conceptualizer for  Wega + Sony Trinitron + LV + Apple IIc + NeXT + Lufthansa etc) (yes, prior to in-house Brit Jonathan Ive since iMac 1998-08) • Esslinger wiki: http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Hartmut_Esslinger • Ive wiki: http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Jonathan_Ive

Hartmut Esslinger's early apple computer and tablet designs

A fully customizable head mounted display (HMD) solution with 3D viewing capabilities that is wearable and handsfree.

is raising funds for TeraGlass: Own Personal Head Mounted Display on Kickstarter! A fully customizable head mounted display (HMD) solution with viewing capabilities that is wearable and handsfree.

AIRTYPE is, the keyless keyboard of the future. The innovative device fits in the palm of your hand and let´s you type on any surface, it learns your finger movements and adapts to the way you type, so you don´t need to change your typing habits, it´s no different from typing on a traditional keyboard. And with Airtype there is no need for backspace, the smart device brings dynamic text prediction and correction to your typing experience.

Airtype is, the keyless keyboard of the future. The innovative device fits in the palm of your hand and let´s you type on any surface, it learns your finger movements and adapts to the way you type, so you don´t need to change your typing habits, it´

Cellular Lamp by nathan.h

Cellular Lamp by nathan.

MakerBot Replicator 2

The MakerBot®-Replicator 2 Desktop Printer makes rapid prototyping technology more accessible to the general public. The small footprint of the device, and the (relatively) accessible price tag, empower makers with a great tool for experimentation.

WOW!!!!!  ortex 3D-printed cast for fractured bones by Jake Evill

After designer Jake Evills broke his arm, he created the Cortex Cast as a solution. A breathable, light, recyclable and washable exoskeleton that mimics the body’s inner bone structure. from Green Renaissance