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Futuristic Floating Green City Creates Symbiotic Relationship with Its Environment

Vivacuum Varooomm!

The Vivacuum is a compact cleaner for people who are visually impaired. The appliance gets its ‘Vi’ prefix by compounding the words visualize and vacuum. The way its works is very simple, the sensors in the vacuum perceive an object and then transmit it via vibrations to the user. One can choose the suction direction by controlling the steel-wheel of the handle. The Braille steel wheel makes it easy to work the thang. An interesting idea that can be further explored for this select market! Designer: Namsun Do

Oita Airport Lounge by Takao Shiotsuka

Japanese architect Takao Shiotsuka designed a lounge inside the Oita Airport in Japan. . . .