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Ignitec. An award-winning product design, research and development company

Product Designers

Designing the Smart Products and Devices of the Future

A product design consultancy based in Bristol, for the research and development of innovative and engaging products. We work with companies and innovators to build smarter products, develop new technologies and create better consumer experiences.

Mi.Mu
Creating and performing music through movement and gesture

Imogen Heap’s vision is to create music everywhere, free of the constraints of the computer, of the desk, of hardware…. Read More

Mi.Mu
Creating and performing music through movement and gesture
VRGo
Translating movement in the real world into motion in the virtual world
NGIMU
New generation inertial measurement unit (IMU) for film and performance
Qubi
Low-cost, energy-efficient workspace management device
Oscarline
Man-overboard recovery system

Bristol-based Oscarline asked us to develop safety-critical devices for its life-saving man-overboard (MOB) recovery system… Read More

Oscarline
Man-overboard recovery system
Audio Wings
Smart headphones for music lovers on the move
Moontrak
Smart jewellery tracks your mood and fitness
Food Chain
The ultimate nutritional product for performance athletes
Turn
The face of timeless smart-home control

Ideaworks envisioned a distinctive real-world device that would control their smart-home software, designed to feel at home and fit beautifully into the homes, yachts and lives of their discerning clientele… Read More

Turn
The face of timeless smart-home control
Turn: a prestigious A’ Design Award winner

Turn: A prestigious A’ Design Award winner Posted by Lucy Cripps 29.10.2018 At Ignitec, we love it when the products we develop, design and dream up win awards and gain recognition – it’s a wonderful achievement for both our clients and us. And that’s exactly what...

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Voice control to become “bedrock” of the smart home

Voice control to become “bedrock” of the smart homeby Charley Millard | Sep 25, 2018The smart home market has flattered to deceive. Despite promises to simplify our lives and countless Kickstarter campaigns most homes remain decidedly un-smart. That’s because many of...

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Ultra-thin electronics could thin out the wearables herd

Ultra thin electronics could thin out the wearables herdPosted by Lee Chantrey | 18.09.2018 At present wearables face a difficult balancing act between two features that will be critical to their success – function and form. Enhancing the capabilities of a device...

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