Not all squeezers are actually meant to squeeze. Perhaps the most famous example of this is the Juicy Salif, designed by Philippe Starck in 1990. It is considered an icon of industrial design that has been displayed in New York’s Museum of Modern Art. It is manufactured by Italian kitchenware company Alessi. Its diameter is 14 cm, height 29 cm, and it is made from cast and polished aluminium. As the founder of the company Alberto Alessi recalls “I received a napkin from Starck, on it among some incomprehensible marks (tomato sauce, in all likelihood) there were some sketches. Sketches of squid. They started on the left, and as they worked their way over to the right, they took on the unmistakable shape of what was to become the juicy salif. While eating a dish of squid and squeezing a lemon over it, Starck drew on the napkin his famous lemon squeezer.”
This is a bicycle computer product with 16×2 LCD screen, real time clock, temperature sensor, light sensor, total & trip distance measurement, even a knight rider led display that changes its swing speed according to the bike’s speed. A very fun project.
The prototype made on multiholed prototyping board
The light is fixed to the handlebar of a bike by an elastic o-ring or a piece of o band cut from an old bicycle inner tube. There is a 3.5mm jack at the side of the product for charging the battery and an on-off switch at the back.
front view, all three leds are visible
The circuit uses 3 leds, one for standby and others 1w white leds for lighting. This is an intelligent lighting system with the details you can read from our first bike light article
Here is the full & working 3d model of the velomobile I’ve designed. Video is informational, not the actual video of our velo.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A velomobile or bicycle car is a human-powered vehicle, enclosed for aerodynamic advantage and protection from weather and collisions. They are virtually always single-passenger vehicles. They are derived from recumbent bicycles and tricycles, with the addition of a full fairing (aerodynamic shell). There are few manufacturers of velomobiles; some are homebuilt. Some models have the operator’s head exposed; this has the advantage of giving the operator unobstructed vision, hearing, and some cooling, with the disadvantage of being more exposed to weather and less aerodynamic. Read more for the downloading the model.