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Wall posters…they are colorful, abstract, inspiring, ornamental, musical… wait musical? Yes, well apparently this one is! Novalia has blended simple picture approach with the modern-day artistic motif by adding interactive platform to the poster. A little about Novalia: it is a group of seven people from UK comprising of scientists, designers as well as programmers. The team has made its debut venture with a musical drum kit poster.
Have you ever wished to transform normal things around you in a way that would allow them to respond to your touch like touchscreen tablets do? Yes, isn’t that amazing? Two PhD students, John Hardy and Carl Ellis of Lancaster University have made this possible by creating a technology that can transform any object into a tablet computer. This new technology is christened ‘Ubi Displays’ and it requires a computer and a projector along with a camera to complete the touch display.
Hiding your booze from others is easy but hiding it for a long time is difficult. To help you in hiding your booze very effectively, a team of students have created iFlask. iFlask is an iPhone styled flask that can hold 5 oz of your beloved beverage. Yup, that’s right, the picture you see here is not an iPhone neither it is an iPhone case, it’s actually a flask specially meant to hold your drink.
Elegantly designed mood case for your iPhone is an exclusive blend of nature and technology. The case not only protects your iPhone but also imparts the warm touch to your precious gadget. Such great fusions are seen very rarely. The packaging project called Mood designed by Jacob Gerhardt was made keeping sustainability in mind.
Have you ever heard of converting music beats into physical experience, if not then iMusic BodyRhythm will make you do the same. The device gets directly connected to the playlist of the iPhone and works with iPhone app. You can use the amazing device to create your own beats by taping or shaking your iPhone.
Would you like to fold your tablet? Yes, you read it right. The day is not far when you will able to twist and drop your tablet screen without the fear of damaging it. The innovatory tablet developed by Queen’s University Canada would be as thin as a paper sheet. They have created this tablet in partnership with Intel Labs and Plastic Logic. The use of the device will definitely revolutionize virtually unbreakable gadgets.
Canopy is a company in Minneapolis, USA that deals in and produces mobile accessories. The company will unveil at CES 2013 an innovative iPhone case that responds to touch. Sensus is a touch sensitive case that adds new ways to interact with your phone while providing maximum safety. The back and right side of the case are touch sensitive through which you can control your iPhone.
A quick morning run is the favourite coffee for many around the world. There would be very few heath conscious folks whose daily routine lacks this convention of an activity. Unfortunately not everyone’s schedule allows for a brisk morning heat at daybreak, even if they want to. Working hours drilling long into the night, odd working hours and so forth hinder regularity. But you run anyway.
Apple devices are favorite products of modders all around the world. We have seen modded Apple devices like an Oak iMac and Gold plated Macbook Air’s in the past. Now another brilliant mod of the Apple iMac has been completed using onyx (some models are made of malachite, jade, etc.), gold and ivory. Outer case of the iMac has been entirely swapped with stone, detailing work is gorgeous and monitor covering has been done with ivory.
Your iPhone is built for style, versatility, connectivity, ease of use but not entirely for a rugged adventure, or is it? Hitcase brings you the ‘HitcasePro’ which is a tough polycarbonate casing for your iPhone that turns your phone camera into a helmet cam. The case features a ‘two element lens’ which proficiently increases the inherent field of view of the iPhone lens making for the widest view possible.
A good and useful case is what you would be looking for your new iPhone 5. Lightning case for iPhone 5 is a product by a company named Sanko which comes with a rechargeable built-in battery and can charge your iPhone whenever you want to. You don’t need to be bothered about your iPhone 5’s battery backup as the case holds twice the phones capacity.
This case mod for Macintosh portable proves that nostalgia is a strong force which can even make a technological retrograde seem acceptable. Apparently, a nostalgic modder has upgraded the macintosh portable to the currently in use OS X. Needless to say that this change would not have been standalone but accompanied by hardware overhaul as well.
Are you an iPhone fanatic? Don’t have money to buy it? No need to worry, a guy from China has created an iPhone 5 replica at home using only steel and has acknowledged complete method on Weibo (Chinese). Following the procedure you can build one for yourself at home, believe me it’s very easy.
iStrike Shuttle is an iOS controlled drone which carries ping pong balls in form of real life emoticons called the iStrike Bombs. You will be able to deliver your emotions over the head of your target by controlling the drone with iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad through Bluetooth. The ping pong balls are imprinted with smileys of different kinds.
A geeky case for iPhone 5 owners and The Lord of the Rings fans is what a Shapeways user ‘joabaldiwn’ has designed. Apple logo behind the case transforms into the ‘evil eye of Sauron’ and glows graciously.