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mifold®

mifold® the Grab-and-Go booster seat® is the most advanced, compact and portable child car safety seat. It's more than 10 x smaller than a regular booster and just as safe. mifold works in the exact opposite way to a traditional booster seat, instead of lifting the child up, mifold holds the seatbelt down.mifold is great for: Taxi's, carpooling, 3-in-a-row, rental cars traveling, grandparents, and big kids feeling babyish. mifold is so small that kids can keep one with them at all times. Our hope and vision is for a child restrain for every child, in every car, on every journey, at every time.

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Moon house

This design is inspired by the grass and starry sky when champing, it reexamines the relationship between experience and function, and focuses on the interaction between children and their parents.The concept also come from paper folding,makes by 18 piece assembled unit ,it takes environmental material : Tung wood and felt, which makes it easy building, folding and stitching.

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Febris

Febris is a kind of smart watch designed for children between 4 to 12 ages. It functions as wearable phone and locator for the kids who are not mature enough to use regular smart phones. Febris includes GSM/GPRS module for voice or data communication and GPS module for tracking functionality. Febris accommodates presence detection and body temperature measurement sensors on it. Parents are informed through Febris mobile app if the watch is taken out or any abnormalities on kid’s body temperature are observed. Also, if the kid is in danger, he/she can alert the parents through SOS button.

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Ium

IUM (yum) is a set of sensory tableware for kids ages 2-5 that keeps them focus on eating. During mealtime, kids tend to be easily distracted, and thus the food is seldom fully eaten; they do not get enough daily nutrients and often produce wasted food. How might kids maintaining their concentration in eating? By integrating both color and sound into tableware, IUM not only encourages participation, but also creates an enjoyable and interactive eating experience for children. It helps kids to eat in a delightful way and eases the tension between their parents and them at the dining table.

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Food Feeder Plus

The Food Feeder Plus not only helps children to eat alone, but also means more independence for the parents. Babies can hold by themselves and suck and chew it after you have crushed food made by parents. The Food Feeder Plus features with a larger, flexible silicone sac to satisfy babies’ growing appetite. It is a feeding essential that and allows little ones to explore and enjoy fresh solid food safely. The foods do not need to be pureed. Simply place the food into the silicone sac, shut the snap lock, and babies can enjoy self-feeding with fresh food.

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Thea

MENUT is a design studio focused in kids design, with the clear objective of gapping the bridge with the one for adults. Our philosophy is to offer an innovative vision on the way of life of a contemporary family. We present THEA, a theatre chair. Sit down and paint; create your story; and call your friends! THEA's focal point is the back, which can be used as a stage. There is a drawer in the bottom part, which once opened conceals the backside of the chair and allows some privacy for the ‘puppeteer’. Kids will find finger puppets in the drawer to stage shows with their friends.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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