I wanted a different shape, a shape that evoked thoughts of sports cars and speed boats. I've always loved the look of sharp lines and angles, and that showed up in my design. The dial presents a 3D experience to the viewer, and there are multiple "levels" within the dial that are visible from any angle the watch may be viewed at. I designed the strap attachment to secure directly into the watch, with the ultimate goal of providing the wearer with an integrated and three dimensional experience.
The ViewLite Plus dynamic monitor arm is a unique product. Instead of using a conventional height adjustment mechanism based on either a coil spring or gas strut, it uses Single Direction Bearings (SDB). Our SDB mechanism completely balances the chosen position of the monitor. It provides enough friction to prevent the screen from sagging, and almost no friction at all when the user is moving the monitor upwards. This method completely eliminates the necessity for springs or gas struts.
“rock.RBST” is radio remote control transmitter unit for robust radio remote control of safety critical industrial and mobile applications. It includes everything from simple standard systems to advanced customized systems. The “rock.RBST” offers various transmitter models. The waist transmitter comes in different versions, one is a simpler version, which handles some movements at different speeds and contains minimum function. The other, a more sophisticated version, which handles more movements at different speeds, and contains many extra functions.
GE’s modular ship control system is designed to fit both large and lightweight vessels, providing intuitive control and clear visual feedback. New positioning technology, engine control systems and monitoring devices enable ships to be maneuvered accurately in confined spaces whilst reducing stress on the operator as complex manual controls are replaced with new touch screen technology. An adjustable screen reduces reflections and optimizes ergonomics. All consoles have integrated grab handles for use in rough seas.
The i.Dummy project was conceived 5 years ago by Dr. Allan C.K.Chan of the Institute of Textiles & Clothing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. This was done as dummies are vitally used in the fashion industry for design and fitting and they are often available in single size and shape. Even when they are billed as a certain size, their shape and physical profiles can be variedly different. Coupled with various differences of many ethnicities, the finding of a dummy that can adequately represent the “person” has remains difficult.