I have always admired talented people who use existent technologies and their imagination to design innovative product concepts that once turned into real gadgets, would improve our lifestyles. That’s why I decided to create this new blog category, called Interviews, where you can find out who these brilliant people are, what inspires them and how their designs would make our lives easier.
Pedro contacted me a while ago to ask more details about the 2-gear i-drill. He wanted to create a concept of a similar product, but that could be used even by women to drill holes in concrete walls, and that is a percussion drill for women.
LadiesGadgets: Pedro, please tell us a few things about yourself, like what you do for a living, what you are studying…
Pedro Henrique Castro: Hi Monica!. Firstly, thanks for your support and for publishing my work! I just finished college last month. There were five long and good years I spent studying Industrial Design, learning a lot of new things and meeting new people. Right now I’m designing projects for Points Of Sale. Read more
Remember the 2-gear i-drill, the cordpress tool that you can use anywhere on the globe thanks to all kinds of included accessories? After publishing the review, Pedro Henrique Castro contacted me from Brazil to ask more details about the tool because he wanted to finish his collage graduate work, the project involving the design of a cordless drill that is so easy to handle that even women could use to drill holes in concrete walls. Read more
We have to admit that the Star Wars series has come up with a lot of crazy gadgets to put up for sale. But what about a hair dryer? Any die-hard fan (ok, maybe women mostly) would love to get their hands on a Darth Vader hair dryer. Read more
Designed by Yuchen Liu, the Wool Ball Charger is a very cool concept that transforms a ball of wool into an endless supply of cord for your phone that needs power. Say goodbye to 1-meter rechargers! Read more
Transparent phone design concepts are my favorite and I’d really like to use one, but the one features by GadgetHer looks too futuristic and almost impossible to create, at least at the moment. Read more
How would you like to own this cell phone model here? I bet it would make all people around you stunned!
The Glassy Glassy Mobile Phone Concept from the Japanese designer Mac Funamizu is similar with another concept known as “What you see is what you get” concept, which was published two years ago. Read more
It has a stylish appearance combined with a high-tech look and uses materials like brushed aluminum, which is both trendy and lightweight, as well as rubber for a soft touch feeling. Read more