RealVisual is a three-dimensional display can be observed 360°.3D object can be observed from different angles to the observer of the corresponding position, without using any tools, while allowing multi-people to watch at the same time. Users can show normal three dimensional models in an unprecedented way only use our operating software.it mainly used in computer aided design, architectural design, art design, movie and animation, shopping mall display, military sand table and etc.
By integrating the cloud into the operating system, Robin learns your habits and gets smarter every day so you never have to worry about downloading an app or taking a photo. Instead of a typical phone with a finite amount of space, Robin actively moves apps and photos between the cloud, allowing people to store more than a comparable phone. The design of Robin is effortless - the placement of every port, button and sensor is thoughtfully considered to feel intuitive and harmonious.
The use of bent plywood with a finish compliments an acoustic guitar as well as provides a relation to the instrument. A soft touch covered handle spans the width of the product and provides an ergonomic feel and experience for transportation. The finished bent plywood shell also lends itself to future finish stains that work well with the fabric grill cloth and stitched logo. The control panel is laid out in a clean and intuitive pattern which enhances the user's experience for not only general use but also the use of the digital effects and SFX technology.
Bike riders face some common issues with the current bike lock solutions such as; losing keys, forgetting lock combination, sharing the lock, and thieves cutting the lock and stealing the bike. Digilock is a bike-lock with a built-in fingerprint reading technology, providing simple, easy, and more secure solutions to any bike commuter. The user can setup and charge the lock by connecting to a computer using a micro USB, adding multiple accounts for shared access, and setting the level of theft alert.
These serie of vases is the result of experimenting with the capabilities and limitations of clay and a self-built 3D clay-printer. Clay is soft and pliable when wet, but becomes hard and brittle when dry. After heating in a kiln, clay transforms into a durable, waterproof material. The focus is on creating interesting shapes and textures that are either difficult and time consuming to make or even not doable using traditional methods. The material and the method defined the structure, the texture and the form. All working together to help shape the flowers. No other materials were added.