We have reached the point where technology has begun to eat its own tail. Here’s more proof: the Impossible Instant Lab will quickly turn any image on your iPhone or iPod Touch into an old school Polaroid print. For more info on what a Polaroid print is, just ask somebody old.
It looks like a classic Marshall tube amp with its gold, vintage-style analog knobs and the old school cloth grill but it’s actually an 80-watt home speaker system. It’s got built-in bluetooth or you can plug in your turntable, tape deck, or iPod with its 3.5mm audio & RCA inputs.
It sorta seems like all cameras should be shockproof and waterproof. Of course they would last too long and camera companies wouldn’t need to release new camera models every 3 days like they do now. So, here we are again at day 3 and Nikon has unveiled the AW1. Yup, shockproof and waterproof. It also offers the versatility of interchangeable (waterproof) lenses.
Fact: your phone’s Android operating system isn’t perfect. If this wasn’t true, Pressy wouldn’t exist. It’s a button that plugs into your phone’s headphone jack & links up with a programmable app that let’s you create simple push-button controls for all your phone’s functions. Snap a pic, answer a call, play a song, record video, all without scrolling through all the screens and opening apps. Just press the button.
Rideye is a black box for your bike, an onboard crash recorder that features HD video, one-touch operation, & a one month battery life to keep an accurate, objective record of your car versus bicycle battles.
Fuji’s latest entry into the crowded camera segment referred to as CSC’s (Compact System Cameras), the X-A1 offers the versatility of interchangeable lenses in a small, portable package plus wi-fi and a 16.3 MP optic sensor but what it doesn’t have is the exorbitant price tag featured on many of its peers.
A team of engineers, programmers & artists have created a way for you to easily, instantly digitize your sketches in real time. iSketchnote is an iPad cover that let’s you draw and sketch on real paper with technology that transfers your artwork, notes, etc, directly onto your iPad screen for use in a whole slew of applications.
Easily mistaken for an old Cybersex helmet or Daft Punk Halloween costume, this device is actually not a joke. Really. It’s Sony’s latest head-mounted wireless display. It delivers 3D cinema playback on a screen equivalent to a 750-inch movie theater screen. For gaming, movies, or just isolating yourself from loved ones during the final episode, there’s nothing more advanced.
Just over 6 inches long. Any color she wants. Guaranteed aural pleasure. The Jambox Mini is a cool new toy that you’ll both enjoy.
The only indication that this is actually a 4-speaker wireless sound system is that little Harman Kardon logo. Otherwise the Onyx looks like a sculpture of some sort. But in addition to its artful appearance it features built-in Bluetooth, AirPlay, and DLNA for easy connection to all your home and mobile devices, plus the HK Remote App makes set up a cinch.