Sleek Solaris watch design by Olivier Demangel

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By Annie Churdar in Tech on Friday 29 March 2013

Check out this sweet watch. It’s a design 007 himself would kill for. The Solaris Watch was designed by Olivier Demangel for the Tokyoflash company to run on solar power. It’s still only exists in theory. But wait a few more years and even you can wear this shiny piece of arm candy too. Watch the […]

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Amazing Swedish analogue clock installation

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By Mareike Muller in New Design on Thursday 28 March 2013

The Swedes are constantly living up to their name in terms of clean, aesthetic, forward thinking design, like the Stockholm-based Humans since 1982. With their latest installation of analogue clocks, called A Million Times, they really nailed it. And since the Victor Hunt Gallery appreciates their ideas and creations, they’re even presented at the Design […]

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New technology lets you Email using eye movement

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By Annie Churdar in Tech on Thursday 28 March 2013

Guess what? Society has finally advanced beyond the need to physically move a mouse in order to operate a computer. This amazing new invention by the Not Impossible Foundation allows those limited by paralyses or any other neuromuscular disorder to type, email, and surf the web. How is this possible? It’s just as simple as […]

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Yellow Ribbon: a nostalgic love note app

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By Contributions in Tech on Tuesday 12 March 2013

We just recently finished a low poly commercial for a Korean company called MagnaLAB to promote their flagship app, YellowRibbon. The app allows the users to send a message to a person who can only open the message when he/she gets to the specific location the sender wants them to go to. This video explains the story […]

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Smallest phone in the world is even smaller than a mint box

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By Annie Churdar in Tech on Tuesday 12 March 2013

This Japanese cell phone by Willcom may be the smallest phone in the world. Scheduled to be released in March, the Strap 2 weighs only 32 grams and operates with with only a tiny, 1-inch display screen. For only US$380, you can own the smallest phone in the world. But don’t count on getting years of […]

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Amazing interactive world created for kids hospital

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By Nexus Interactive Arts in Cool Travel on Wednesday 6 March 2013

Nexus and Chris O’Shea transport children to an interactive woodland world with their new activity space at the Royal London hospital. Chris O’Shea, the artist and interaction designer, has collaborated with digital production company, Nexus Interactive Arts, to create ‘Woodland Wiggle’, an innovative interactive installation at Europe’s newest hospital, The Royal London, which helps children benefit […]

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Anti-Loneliness Ramen Bowl comes with a built-in iPhone dock

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By The Urban Grocer in New Products on Tuesday 19 February 2013

With my husband and I separated by a literal ocean for the past two months, I immediately clicked with this Anti-Loneliness Bowl. Yeah, the name kind of stings but the idea is a brilliant one. If you can’t get to your date for some reason this week, why not send them this ramen bowl with […]

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Madrona Sound Plane: a beautiful wooden synthesizer

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By Sarth in Tech on Friday 15 February 2013

The second batch of Madrona Sound Planes are hitting the streets, continuing the march to redefine electronic instruments. I am a big lover and advocate of the continuum fingerboard, the godfather of this genre. That said, the Madrona has a lot to offer: light, portable, x/y/z resolution equivalence, and housed in a warm, handmade, wood […]

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New Moleskin notebook analog app for iPhone

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By Ignasi Giro in Tech on Friday 25 January 2013

Our Barcelona-based agency, Honest&Smile, presents the first Moleskine Notebook that works as an analog app. It allows you to record split-screen conversations, manually filter images with its Handyfilters (to have fun in Instagram with), and, well, several other surprising uses, too.

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This Paper Tablet will soon replace your laptop

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By Annie Churdar in Tech on Thursday 10 January 2013

It’s like an iPad, but much thinner and more durable. The Paper Tablet is flexible and might change the way we work behind an office desk. Instead of staring at a screen, this new tablet allows one to have several sheets of paper to run different apps and display documents. The screen is virtually unbreakable and way more fun to interact with than a stationary laptop screen.

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Lytro Camera: change your perspective after the shot

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By Savannah Van der Niet in Tech on Wednesday 5 December 2012

To a photographer, perfectly focused images every time might make your heart flutter and knees go weak. Due to Lytro’s new 3D image technology, it’s not so unrealistic. The new Lytro camera captures all light in the frame, creating a 3D image that can be focused to any point in that image in post production. […]

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