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Caselace cleverly stops your headphone cables from getting knotted and tangled

Published 19 December 2014

Posted by Tanya Weaver

Article tagged with: design, kickstarter, model making, mobile phone, phone case

Caselace is a a new mobile phone or MP3 player case that wraps your headphone cables securely

How long does it take you to untangle and remove the knots from your headphone cable before you can use them? With the new Caselace design it will take you no time at all.

Caselace is a mobile phone case with hooks or “wibbles” along the outside edge that enables you to easily wrap your headphone cable directly around your phone still allowing you to text and make phone calls.

Caselace, which was founded by three partners, one of whom is Phil Champ of Champ Industrial Design who carried out the design of the case, was recently launched as a Kickstarter campaign.

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Engineer Your Future exhibition opens at the Science Museum

Published 19 December 2014

Posted by Tanya Weaver

Article tagged with: engineering, exhibition, science museum, engineer your future

Engineer Your Future opened at the Science Museum in London on 17 December 2014. This free exhibition will run for three years

Wondering what to do with the kids during the Christmas break? Why not take a trip into London and visit the Science Museum’s latest exhibition Engineer Your Future.

Aimed at 11 to 15 year olds, the hope is that this interactive exhibition with the hashtag #EngineerYour Future will inspire and engage young people with engineering.

It reveals compelling stories of the women and men who work in engineering today. Engineers developing faster racing yachts, safer building design for areas at risk of tsunamis and smarter artificial hands are featured in a short film (which is pasted below) whilst the cutting-edge prototypes on display illustrate how engineers improve and test their ideas.

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Quick guide: How to 3D print your Minecraft models. For the kids. Honest…

Published 19 December 2014

Posted by Al Dean

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, stl, minecraft, mineways

So. A bit of Christmas (or whatever you chosen end of year festivity) fun. Minecraft. If you’ve got kids, you’re probably familiar with it, and if you’re familiar with it then you’re probably aware that it’s THE thing that the kids are playing in recent times.

If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a combination of a construction game, where the player mines for resources, combines these resources to build items to subsequently build other items.

I’m talking from raw basic materials. Coal, wood and iron ore gives you a forge. The forge gives you steel to build armour and weapons. And those weapons are used to fight zombies. Or something.

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Fujitsu Celsius competition winners announced

Published 17 December 2014

Posted by Tanya Weaver

Article tagged with: nvidia, workstation, fujitsu, mobile workstation

The sleek Fujitsu Celsius H730 15.6-inch mobile workstation was up for grabs

In September, DEVELOP3D and its sister publication AEC magazine teamed up with Fujitsu and Nvidia to bring you a competition with prizes of epic proportions.

The three winners of this Fujitsu Celsius mobile workstation competition were drawn out of a rather large hat earlier this month.

Congratulations go to William Campbell, product designer at a US-based green energy storage start up and David Williamson, principal design engineer at Linn Products Ltd, who will both take home a Fujitsu Celsius H730 mobile workstation, powered by Nvidia Quadro K1100M graphics.

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