PEGA: new projects
 
PEGA: new projects PEGA: new projects
jan 05, 2010

PEGA: new projects

PEGA design and engineering has sent us an exclusive look at some of their new projects including a translucent laptop and inflatable lamp. PEGA is perhaps best known has the design department of pegatron, a division of asus. they create interactive products that explore new directions in the relationship between people and technology. ‘pumplight’ is a small desk lamp that uses a pump instead of a switch to adjust the light. the user squeezes the pump which increases the light while also inflating the balloon. to turn off the light, open the air valve and let all the air out. their other new product is ‘hyaline’ a translucent laptop that aims to integrate elements of relaxation. the screen of the computer appears to float and allows let to shine through. the design also has a number of technical features that help reduce stress including the ability to detect wireless networks without having to turn the machine on.   http://www.pegadesign.com

  • Finally 🙂

    Julien Bergignat says:
  • that is really cool.

    edmond says:
  • no, that laptop is hardly translucent. Baloon lamp is…um, no

    no says:
  • laptop – good idea
    pump lamp – been done before, unecessary

    Kent G says:
  • I heard the baloon is replaceable, just like a lampshade.

    si says:
  • [url=http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePEGAdesign#p/u/12/kUBoWDxoxXI] PEGA [/url]

    PY says:
  • That’s what I call the advance technology. Thanks for sharing this information with us. And is it really true that the balloon is replacable??

    ITIL V3 says:
  • Thanks a lot for a bunch of good tips. I look forward to reading more on the topic in the future. Keep up the good work! This blog is going to be great resource. Love reading it.

    Melissa Harmon says:
  • It’s very cool ! I have already seen some translucent mobile phones. Will need to see reviews of how these laptops help reduce stress !

    Robert Jaffer says:
  • might be cool their products … but a homepage is very user unfriendly

    ardesmida says:
  • FORM US WITH LOVE CORD LAMP !

    MR Fish says:

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