Demain c'est Aujourd'hui (part 2)
Curator : Claire Fayolle
For its second version, the industrial prospective exhibition, Demain c’est aujourd’hui (part 2) will be presenting a selection of unique experimental projects: Working prototypes, maquettes, videos, and images from around the world. These projects come from many different domains: household appliances, electronics, the world of automobiles, leisure, communication, health, foodstuffs and energy production. Some of the research here will be pre-premiered for the first time in the world.
Intel Magic Concept Device, Smart Design.

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Nokia - Morph telephone design, Nokia research Centre in collaboration with the Cambridge University Men Nanosciences Centre,

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Wablog, agence Nodesign, Jean-Louis Frechin and Uros Petrevski, 2007.

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WoodShell, laptop,
Fujitsu Limited, 2006.

The WoodShell adopts natural materials
(forest-thinned cedar) and bio-based plastics for its housing and parts. The prototype PC that is not merely an environmentally friendly tool but an object of enduring style and utility.

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Hitoka, cell phone,
KDDI Corporation / au design project , 2007.

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Dignity, camera,
Nikon, Japon, 2008.

Advance Design Mockup DIGINITY (Advance D-SLR). A limited regional version finished with an European taste. We recognize the importance of camera design specialized to local needs as a major factor in providing customer satisfaction. Similar to application softwares, localization of body designs connotes vast future possibilities.  (Reference Exhibition)

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Skin, electronic tattoo,
Philips Design Probes : Skin, 2007.

The Electronic Tattoo film expresses the visual power of sensitive technology applied to the human body, subtly leading the viewer through the simultaneous emotional and aesthetic transformations between two lovers.

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Flux, concept car, 2007,
Mihai Panaitescu, I.E.D. Turin.

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“Key as gift”, mini keyboard,
Yamaha Corporation, Japan, August 2007.

Materials: plastic, wood.

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