For those of you who don’t know, Mac Funamizu is a very prolific designer and he’s located in Japan. Now, he’s just posted on his blog that he’s OK and even published a new concept phone, the Zimmer. After hearing about the tragic 9.0 magnitude quake, it’s nice to know
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Whenever you say Mac Funamizu, we get ready for a glossy and futuristic concept, like the transparent phone pictured below. Known as the Thru Phone, this device uses two sliding parts, one as the main touchscreen and the other as the virtual keyboard, but we’re sure it’s also able to
Mac Funamizu is back and he’s delivering an interesting concept phone, the Nagisa, that apparently means “beach” in Japanese. This device is the definition of tranquility and according to the designer, a part of it is made of glass. Mac considers Nagisa a mere phone sketch, so he might tweak
Futuristic phones are back… from the future! Courtesy of Mac Funamizu, the Cobalto concept phone from Minority Report is now rendered in the following images. You’ve got to love that transparent glass display and the deformable metal parts, that allow you to use either usual numeric keys, or an iPod-like
Designer Mac Funamizu has had his works showcased on our site a bunch of times and now he’s back for some more glory, thanks to the iPetals iPhone charger. This device also serves as a dock and its design is inspired from the personal solar charger created by Fandy Meng
If you don’t know Mac Funamizu and his work, you have missed some very cool concepts of an industrial design guru. Well, we can save you and show you his brand new creation, the iAcqua2 iPhone Dock concept, pictured below. We’re dealing with a futuristic concept, that incorporates a 3D
If it’s Mac Funamizu, we’re dealing with a concept phone that sports a transparent screen. The great designer is very keen on this technology, which also got used on his year end project, the Lupa phone. The swivel concept handset features a transparent swivelling screen on top and a bottom
Famous designer Mac Funamizu has a summer treat for us, that includes two items: URSLA and BERTHA. URSLA is a futuristic pendant that projects 3D images in the air and it’s able to sync with the mobile phone. The device shows notifications regarding emails, phone calls, schedule and much more,
The original designer Mac Funamizu had an interesting idea of a lockscreen, inspired by the one on the MIUI software. He thought that the iPhone user should also do something fun when unlocking the screen, stuff like shooting a billiards ball or a bowling ball towards some upper screen area
It’s been a while since the last Mac Funamizu concept, but here we are again with the Von phone sketch. This device is sensitive to sound, especially the sound it makes when “knocked on”. As far as size goes, Von is as long as the iPhone, but a bit narrower.