Did You Know That Sinclair Still Makes Gadgets?
You may remember Clive Sinclair as the inventor of the pocket calculator, but you may not realise that his company still exists. In fact, Sinclair released a super-compact, folding “A-Bike” only a few years ago. Truth be told, seeing an image of the Sinclair Sovereign on Boing Boing Gadgets this...
"Within an undersea complex, nestled on a continental shelf, take an imaginative glimpse into what a corporate headquarters might look like in years to come." Armstrong C-60 Luminaire Ceiling System ad, 1966. "Enter The University Library Of The Future" Armstrong Luminaire ad, 1967 "...a peak at…
Asimov's 2014 Predictions Were Shockingly Conservative For 1964
In 1964, sci-fi legend Isaac Asimov penned a piece for the New York Times with his predictions for the world of 2014. Looking at the World's Fair of 50 years hence, Asimov imagined 3D TV, underground cities, and colonies on the moon. Many people online have hailed this as an incredible example of prescient thinking, but what sticks out to me is just how shockingly restrained—unoriginal, even—his predictions were for the time.
The 1983 Seiko Computer Watch – The Data 2000
I was surfing the web this morning when I found an image of this long forgotten watch, The Seiko Data 2000. I never owned one, but when I was in school I had a friend who was really into gadgets,…
Handheld Retro PC - Commodore HX-64, Cem Tezcan
As a part of my monthly product design practice, I decided to make an handheld Commodore 64 that uses "mini cassettes" to load programs or games. I inspired by most of the old Commodore electronic products to create this dream device :)
Industrial Design Trends and Inspiration - leManoosh
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