2012 Design Concept Winners: Red Dot Award in Singapore

1) Float Base Station

Float Base Station is a temporary emergency communication station.


2) Add Up

Add Up is a cash conversion system for a traveler that puts small change to good use.


3) AIRTUBE Earphone

Airtube Earphones are automatically activated by air pressure when they are placed in the ears. Similarly, the music is automatically switched off when they are removed.


4) AmoeBAND

The amoeba is able to adjust its shape to suit its environment. In AmoeBAND, this quality was applied to the typical adhesive bandage to enhance its adaptability.



Flying indoor camera and recording device. 


6) Pojagi Net

Pojagi Net is a multipurpouse dry-compression mosquito net



NEST is transforms from an air mattress to a boat via the manipulation of its internal hooks and ropes.


8) Roataress

With its rotating handles, Rotaress Pouring Pot offers a simple, low-tech, and very effective solution to the common problems associated with draining a cooking pot.


9) Sense

Sense is a unique bathroom tap that activates and sets the water temperature based on its detection of the user’s hands. 


10) Kitchen Icicle

Magnetic tipped cooking utensils 


JARPET is a children’s device for visualizing pets through 3D projections. Kids can enjoy vivid interactions with it via multi-sensory technology.


12) TenXion

TenXion glasses provide a simple, comfortable, and stable structure, and are made with light, ductile materials.


13) SAV+0

SAV+0 enables people who wear artificial legs to enjoy sports more easily thanks to its modular design and specialized detachable components. 


14) Integrated Workstation by Matthew Plumstead

Taking only the most essential components of a workstation and adding a third component, the daybed, the Integrated Workstation provides maximum flexibility in a very modest footprint.


15) Dog Pack by Wen-Yo Lu

Dog Pack is breathable mesh backpack for dogs that accompany their owners on mountain hikes. It has two detachable bags and can be transformed into a raincoat. 



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