Prof. Martin Topel
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Dyson DECT is a cordless in-house telephone. Made for low radiation exposure Dyson DECT base station can also be charged with Mignon batteries (AA). The magnetic charging cradle holds the handset in the base station and ensures a perfect connection. Materials like polished aluminum and dark grey hard plastic suit the brand.
The overall shape is simple and functional. The playful element that is distinctive to the base station is the night light. The ambient night light in the base appears with the help of the small metal ball handle in which you roll up the flexible material below the base station. The resulting lift serves as a new leaning point as well as a light intensity control.
This project was developed as a student project and not on behalf of any company mentioned.