PET De Lux is a luxurious one-off-a-kind tribute to Commodore’s PET 2001 computer, handmade from American walnut. Though its looks are kept true to its original heritage, PET De Lux hosts a modern computer inside, emulating video game systems such as Commodore64, NES and many more. For overall navigation and control, the computer is accompanied by two custom-built wireless controllers, inspired by the classic TAC-2 joystick.
In response to the urban space shortage in Valencia self-taught designer Fernando Abellana created a secret studio underneath a bridge. Besides it looking good, it’s a smart ass solution to a neverending crisis.
Dries Depoorter created a camera that only allows you to shoot award winning pictures.
‘This A.I. powered camera has been trained by all previous winning World Press Photo’s of the year. Based on the identification of labeled patterns, the camera is programmed to recognise, make and save only winning photos, which are automatically uploaded to the dedicated website: trophy.camera‘