TimeChi brings back your focus at work, by blocking distractions and serving as a traffic light to show colleagues when you are not to be disturbed. Utilising scientifically proven productivity methods, TimeChi helps you balance your focussed time with the flexible work time your team needs for collaboration.
Software on your computer and phone manages which distractions to block (such as Slack or Facebook) while the configurable timeboxing allows for use in short sprints, meetings, or day-long structioned workflows.
1st generation presales are currently in the wild, with more presales to follow. Please visit TimeChi.com to register interest.
Forcite’s smart helmet enables video recording, coms, navigation and situational awareness.
Tzukuri smart eyewear
Organism Design worked with Tzukuri to design the electronics, encapsulation, charger and manufacturing process for their unlosable eyewear.
Tzukuri produce high quality acetate frames with discrete electronics encapsulated inside the plastic. Organism Design developed the encapsulation technology which major eyewear and tech brands had tried and failed.
Organism design set up and ran the high-tech production facility in Sydney to validate the product in the market and refine the newly developed production technology.
Little Birdy Clip
Little Birdy Clip is a wearable device developed by Organism Design in conjunction with Dezian.
Little Birdy Clip is a tiny clip that duplicates your phone's vibrations. It can be worn discretely under clothes or hair. With your phone on silent and in your bag, you still get notified of your sms, phone calls and other alerts.
Our key insight is that many people could benefit from this one feature found on smartwatches, while most people aren't enthusiastic to buy, manage or wear a smartwatch.
Organism Design teamed up with Instrument Works to create the BlueBox, a compact water analysis system compatible with water quality testing sensors such as PH probes. The BlueBox connects to the Instrument Works app to provide data processing and an interface to the resulting measurements.
James Angus Sculptures
“I’ve worked with Sebastian Adams [Director and chief designer, Organism Design] regularly since 2002. I’ve always been impressed by his ability to work quickly and precisely. He has been able to resolve all manner of difficult projects I’ve sent his way with keen attention to detail and a genuine appreciation of lateral thinking.” - James Angus, Sculptural Artist
James Angus Grow Your Own
BTI Photovoltaic Inspection System
Mechanical engineering, machine design, and prototype production for BT Imaging.
Organism Design partnered with BT Imaging to produce production systems that leveraged their photovoltaic inspection technology.
The internal mechanisms internally reconfigure for use with photovoltaic cells, silicone wafers and blocks of silicon for crystal structure, quality and efficiency.
Organism Design contributed to the IP within BT Imaging through research and testing of materials, prototyping of optical systems, experimentation with fabrication techniques, prototype fabrication and manufacturing. The systems are designed to extremely stringent specifications, outperforming existing photovoltaic imaging systems not only through the propriety imaging technology, but through Organism's unique mechanical innovations, providing best-in-class cell and wafer exposure, flexibility of sample type and size, and overall usability of the mechanical sample stage.
Innovations within these early systems was key to the success of BT Imaging's current range of in-line production inspection systems which have been distributed internationally to manufacturers of solar cells.
“POD Design has collaborated with Organism Design on many products with elegant organic forms requiring high-end surface modelling. Organism Design has had the ability to develop and refine our concepts to the next level of sophistication needed to meet the manufacturing standards of POD Design and go on to become successful products in the world market.”
RPO developed a touchscreen technology for which Organism provided mechanical design for the application into practical consumer electronic products.
“RPO is developing a revolutionary touch screen product and has used Organism Design many times for design and prototyping work. Their work has helped us secure design wins with brand name consumer electronics customers and exhibit our technology at international tradeshows. I have always appreciated the professional work and attitude displayed by Sebastian and Josh. Highly recommended.”
- Dax Kukulj, Director RPO Pty Ltd
Organism Design aided RPO with the integration of their proprietary touchscreen technologies into phone and tablet prototypes. Miniaturised components were engineered and prototyped to extreme precision during the development of devices utilizing RPO's technology.
Innovo, Micro Pearl Brush
Industrial design, engineering and prototyping for Lotus Laboratories.
Ideal for compact travelling, the Innovo toothbrush does away with tubes of toothpaste by dispensing individual pearls of toothpaste directly to the brush head with the press of a button. The pearls are contained within a recyclable cartridge.
As seen on The New Inventors. Conceptual design, ergonomics and production design by Organism Design for Eyeline.
The complex organic form dreamed up by Shane Vassallo (POD fins) and Anthony Cody (Tweak) was a technical 3D modelling challenge that had stumped several previous designers. Through close collaboration, Organism Design was able to meet the stringent ergonomic standards and cutting-edge flipper construction methods required to produce what may be the most revolutionary and comfortable swimming fin ever designed.
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SIMO - Simplified Information for Mobility & Orientation
CAD and visualisation for Euan Ramsey-Stewart and the University of New South Wales.
SIMO is a project to develop technologies for indoor navigation for the blind and vision impaired.
Eastlink Ventilation Stacks
Eastlink Freeway Tunnel Ventilation Stacks.
CAD and production drawings for cladding, lighting and mural elements of Ventilation stacks for F & D Normoyle Engineering.
Eyes Are Singing Out by Yayoi Kusama, Supreme and District Courts, Brisbane
Digitising, conceptual renderings, production design and installation CAD for Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery and Yayoi Kusama
Yayoi Kusama is possibly the world's most well known and liked modern artist. So it was a great privilege for Organism Design to team up with with Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery to produce her major work, The Eyes Are Singing Out, for the Queensland government on the site of the new Supreme and District Courts in Brisbane. The huge scale, multitude of parts, irregular curved installation shape and demanding processes of this work required a highly skilled team of engineers, fabricators and installers. The result was a huge success, with the installation process developed by Organism Design producing tolerances of less than 0.005% across the artwork, a tolerance unprecedented for such a large scale layout process.
Point of Sale Design
Conceptual design, visualisation for Creative Instore Solutions.