Designed by Ken Kawamoto, Tempescope is a physical weather display that visualizes the upcoming weather by actually reconstructing the weather conditions inside a box. The working principle is quite straightforward. First, Tempescope will download information about upcoming weather off the internet, then translates into a variety of modes to replicate sunshine, clouds, rain, and even lighting. With the Tempescope, you can see a visualization of weather forecast on your table-top before you go out.
Designed by Tsung Chih-Hsien, this ultra portable charger concept called “Mini Power” is designed to rescue your phone at the right moment. Based on the paper battery technology, the “Mini Power” is designed to be a much smaller volume portable charger. Comes in three different capacity – 2 hours, 4 hours and 6 hours, the “Mini Power” is perfect for urgent use. People can buy it and recycle it from convenience store, just like a normal battery.
Created by Music and technology enthusiasts Wenqing Yan and Victoria Hu, Axent Wear is possible the cutest headphones ever. The innovative headphones will come with fully functional external cat ear speakers, LED lights, detachable cord, comfortable over-the-ears cushioning and rechargeable batteries. Beside its cute looking, the cat ear also works as external speakers. Comes with four colors, blue, red, green and purple. Although these flashing headphones are only a prototype, they’re just a step away from being mass produced. Axent Wear have already raised more than $1300k on Indiegogo, way passing their initial goal $250k. Too bad the headphone can’t on market before this Halloween, otherwise, it will be the most functional and cutest decoration.