Life Cycle: 2007 Samsung Young Design Award

Life Cycle: 2007 Samsung Young Design Award

Kelly
Dec 17, 2007

How many times have you asked yourself, "It's 5 o'clock already?" So often our days slip by and we have hard time accounting for what it is that we've actually done. We can measure our days in appointments, things created, tasks accomplished, and sometimes units of time just don't give an accurate representation. Enter the Life Cycle.

Life Cycle is a gadget that allows you to view your time in the context of your life. Designer Stefan Krivokapic, winner of Samsung's 2007 Young Design Award, describes his invention "A clock only shows the current time, the Life Cycle shows you your personalized time."

How does it work? Well, it seems to be ultimate PDA that syncs with your computer and allows you to schedule your time in color-coded units. Red represents meals, while brown is chores, for example. The device not only lets you see where you need to be, but also where you've been. You can view a color-coded breakdown of how you've spent your day, or even your week, all while listening to tunes on its very own MP3 player.

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