Lunar Design previewed their cool products for 2006/2007: Sandisk Cruzer Contour, Sandisk C200, Belkin Domus, HP Media Smart Server, Accuray Fixed Collimator Changer, Novint Needle Simulator.
SanDisk Cruzer Contour: This personal luxury accessory has a smooth black, glossy ceramic design and innovative sliding USB connector that retracts into the body. The revolutionary push-pull action eliminates the need for caps and protects the connector.
SanDisk Sansa c200: A recent edition to the SanDisk mp3 player family, the Sansa c200 extends the original e200 design language into a lower capacity and lower cost player while still retaining a sense of elegance and simplicity.
Belkin Notebook Expansion Dock: The Notebook Expansion Dock is a universal expansion dock with video capabilities, allowing you to access all of your multimedia devices with one easy connection through your notebook’s ExpressCard slot. The dock’s unique vertical design minimizes the amount of space taken up on the user’s desk, thus providing a more usable and efficient work space.
HP MediaSmart Server: Most households now have at least one PC, and many have more. With the MediaSmart Server, all computers in the home can be hooked up to this single server. The design of this product needed to be different and distinct from the design of PC's to emphasize its different purpose. The glossy black surfaces and unique form make the MediaSmart server at home in either the den, home office or home theatre.
Accuray Fixed Collimator Changer: Part of the Accuray Cyberknife Robotic Radiosurgery System suite, the Fixed Collimator Changer is a storage station that contributes to the ease of use for the systems’ technicians. Because treatments vary from patient to patient, the suite needed to provide easy access to collimators, used to concentrate the radiation, with a range of diameters. The pedestal also allows the robotic arm of the Cyberknife to change out the needed collimator, rather than requiring the technician to do so
Novint Needle Simulator: Using technology already integrated into the Novint Falcon, an interactive 3D touch controller developed for playing touch enabled PC games, Lunar designed a solution for adapting the interchangeable grip interface for medical procedure training. The Needle Simulator allows for a virtual demonstration of a specialized injection procedure into the synovial space of shoulder and knee joints. Lunar’s task was to create a custom grip which would provide key additional feedback aspects of the procedure: the look, feel and action of an actual syringe; syringe orientation (tilt angle); and plunger resistance (hydraulic).