Archive for the ‘Projects’ Category

Cambridge Industrial Design recently completed work on a motion capture suit for start-up company Media Interakt. The MotivePro is a body movement sensor system comprising a chest mounted control hub along with sixteen sensor nodes attached to the body using neoprene straps. Designing the motion sensors proved to be demanding – the Node had to […]


Cambridge Industrial Design has worked with GE Sensing and Inspection Technologies over many years and has recently helped develop a new non-destructive test probe.


Learning remote

18Sep09

Multimedia remote control.


Design case studies now available.


Cambridge Industrial Design help shift LED lighting into high gear.


CID makes waves

28May09

Cambridge Industrial Design have recently been making waves in the world of post-production film/video editing. Tangent Devices manufacture high quality film editing equipment for production companies all over the world.  They wanted to bring a new level of design, affordability and quality to their colour grading control panels. Working closely with Tangent we helped to […]


Cambridge Industrial Design recently helped a small start-up company turn its innovative catflap idea into a market-challenging reality. The SureFlap uses RFID technology to read a cat’s electronic chip from a distance to either allow or prevent entry. We worked closely with the company to develop a striking, fresh design that reflected the advanced technology […]