‘time stamp’ engraves the date and time onto precious objects

the taiwanese electronics company asus split into three separate divisions at the beginning of 2008. one of the new companies, pegatron puts a high emphasis on design with its own design department PEGA. by combining its background in technology and engineering with its design direction, the company is aiming to create new products and ideas which harmoniously merge the two. they created a series of 8 new products to showcase this new direction under the theme ‘ between on & off’. these tangible interactive projects were displayed at milan design week 2008.

http://www.pegadesign.com/onoff

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interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘time stamp’ engraves the date and time onto precious objects

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘on & on’ solar bench which can be used as furniture or for charging electronics

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘on & on’ solar bench which can be used as furniture or for charging electronics

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘just draw it!’ an interactive electricity timer which is controlled by drawing a line

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘infectious light’ small lights that sense each other

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘infectious light’ small lights that sense each other

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘earphone’ exploration of the social role of headphones

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘earphone’ exploration of the social role of headphones

interactive prototypes by PEGA[email protected]’ a keyboard for emoticons

interactive prototypes by PEGA[email protected]’ a keyboard for emoticons

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘tech tap’ lamp which can be ‘filled’ with light

interactive prototypes by PEGA ‘tech tap’ lamp which can be ‘filled’ with light

interactive prototypes by PEGA ’embrace’ a book shaped ambient light

interactive prototypes by PEGA ’embrace’ a book shaped ambient light