Hyperair is the first aid equipment which designed for the most common sport injury of ankle sprain. We set it in sports field like the form of AED which combined of instant ice compression. Hyperair not only provides the simplest way to achieve the most useful effect but also prevents the injury of ankle sprain continuously expanding.
KNEESUP is a knee rehabilitation system Integrating smart wearable devices with mobile app service. The device adapts air bag structure enables the comfort knee support. It helps degenerative arthritis patient at the early stage to improve osteoarthritis from early rehabilitation to future long-term knee health care. By detecting muscle contraction from device sensors, the app prompts patient with a correct gesture when doing rehabilitation. The user can exercise their quadriceps at home autonomously to stabilize knees, relieve pain and Retard degradation effectively.
Motion Q is a portable and waterproof Bluetooth speaker developed by SoundCore. It features a 360° speaker, a bass booster, and the manufacturer’s exclusive BassUp technology, which give the product an acoustic performance on the level of a concert hall that belies its size.
1w1w Design Brand Identity showcases the firm’s dedication to interior design over many years. The brand identity is a mission as well as a challenge for the firm, retaining its original logo, using its standard font, and maintaining a commitment to its original intention.
The 2018 Taipei Arts Festival – key visual interchanges the properties and characteristics of everyday objects to differentiate them from ordinary objects, giving them a unique existence.
In Music Unlimited 10 – Contemporary Choirs East Asia, outstanding composers from five East Asian regions were invited to reflect on the unique culture of East Asia, as embodied in contemporary vocal art, using their own ethnic identities as the starting point.
HolyStone has been an electronic components supplier for 38 years. Ten years have passed since the last time it recruited through campus job fairs, and it wanted a fresh and new image to grab the attention of the students.
The corresponding pictogram patterns of the radicals of the Chinese characters for “water,” “air,” “lou” and “wood” were used as the visual language, and then special printing processing and color matching were used to integrate traditional culture into a modern sensory experience and transmit Guen Lung Tan’s objective of “modern tea tasting adventures accompanied by ancient culture.”
Fudu Kado is a congregate housing design project in southern Taiwan. A logotype was developed using the distinctive and instantly recognizable slanted roof shape of the project’s building, thereby creating a clever link between architecture and visual images.
The brand-new Hsinchu Zoo has adopted artificial habitats to simulate the natural environments where animals grow and also replaced the enclosures with natural barriers to shorten the distances between animals and between animals and visitors.