Remember Joshua Harker? Our interwebs-trawling editor Ray spotted one of the Chicago-based multicreative's projects last year, this nifty 3D-printed skull, and posted an entry on it. It subsequently became "the #1 most funded Kickstarter Sculpture Project," reminding us that if you've got a cool object, a low target and a low price point, buyers will come.
I came across Harker's name again this morning while Coroflot hunting. Didn't realize the guy had a page with us. In any case, the guy's "industrial design" section is loaded up with beautiful renderings—and while I can't tell what the heck any of them are, as there's no descriptive text, I can't take my eyes off of them. Anyone want to take some educated guesses based on the form factors? That globe-looking thing up top, I wouldn't know where to begin. As for these:
A remote control designed to confuse my parents?
No idea, but if you were wearing some kind of space suit and pointing this at me, I'd move away from you.
I don't know what this thing is, but I get the sense if someone were to make it, it'd be Braun.
Perhaps some type of DVD-reading mechanism...
...that fits into this, which might be a player?
And somehow incorporates this housing?
This next device seems like it has some type of screen, and the shroud appears to double in length when unfurled, but I can't imagine what it's for; the angle of the shroud, if that's what it is, doesn't seem ideal for viewing the screen, if that's what that is.
World's skinniest router?
Finally, one I can get. This is some type of combination lock.
Clearly you're meant to wind the fishtail-looking thing on the right, but what does the spring do?