Posts Tagged ‘Cambridge Industrial Design’

CID News Flash

06Nov13

Leading Cambridge consultancies merge to create new product design powerhouse. Cambridge Industrial Design and Think Product Design partner to deliver expanded service to clients of all sizes. Cambridge, 6 November 2013: Businesses looking for award winning, effective product design will benefit from a merger announced today between two of Cambridge’s leading design consultancies. The combination of […]


A product developed by Cambridge Industrial Design for leading lighting company Osram is in the spotlight after winning a major international design prize. The Osram Kreios G1, a new LED image projector for spotlighting and spot messaging, was selected as one of 62 ‘Best of the Best’ products in the Red Dot Design Award of […]


Creative Front Cambridgeshire in partnership with the Design Council are holding a series of events next February to promote Industrial Design in Cambridgeshire. Cambridge Industrial Design along with many of the regions designers are helping to organise the festival. If you are an Industrial Designer based in Cambridgeshire then get involved! For more information on […]


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 […]


A festive robot

09Dec09

Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a great 2010!


Cambridge Industrial Design has started to use new software to examine the sustainability / environmental impact of our designs.


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.


Cambridge Industrial Design will be at this year’s AsiaMold trade fair.


Design case studies now available.