With the one of the hardest gifts to find in the market right now, we’ve been thrown back to the past with the NES Classic Edition.
Huisu Jo shared an industrial design project that would solve one of the biggest issues I have today with working from home, light or the correct lighting for video-conference. 'Hook' allows people to adjust the position of the lights they need according to the situation.
The idea got inspiration from 'Dongmyo' which is a traditional Korean market where everything is used as the 'most convenient way'. The project began, observing people's behavior in 'Dongmyo' and looking for new uses for things. “Among them, I was inspired by the fact that hangers are used as the easiest way to place things where users wanted them.” — added Huisu.
Below you can see a bit more behind how Mr. Jo went from the idea to execution.
All parts are made by pipe banding, lathe processing, and metal spinning