Arts & Design

Shuffle Cam documents your life randomly

Shuffle Cam is a design concept by William Boulier, which takes photos at a specific user set time interval, depending on the events nature, to document where you have been. Shuffle Cam has modes for event, classic, and daily, each bearing a different time difference between shots. These options can be chosen from the side of the device. Shuffle Cam ...

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Spy Pics: SonyEricsson thin 3G candybar and slider due May

SonyEricsson is preparing an announcement in May; supposedly at least 2 handsets would be introduced, the Shinobu (above, left) and Nicole (above, right). These devices (and the W580i) would use a modified UI with a reorganization of keys, namely the addition of dial-hang up buttons. We enlarged the original pictures so that you can see the SonyEricsson watermark too, please ...

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A glimpse of how Windows Vista could have looked like

The new Windows Vista system is system-resource hungry, making your Core 2 Duo PC run like a PDA. The program itself isn’t cheap either, those who can’t afford it either go for illegal copies, or choose not to upgrade at all; but you got to give it to them, the new user interface (UI) does look good. Today we came ...

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Business Class wearable USB tie

What better to impress your boss with your knowledge of the technology world than by wearing this snazzy USB tie. The Business Class tie allows you an interesting way to meet new business contacts through the power of useless USB plugs. The little blue USB symbol at the bottom of the tie confirms to the world around you that it ...

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Be the king of bling with the Hublot Million Dollar Watch

Yo, dawg. We gots a question for y’all homeboys. Is there such thing as too much bling? Normally that answer would be, “Umm, we don’t think so, but ask Lil’ John.” But this addition to the Hublot series of Big Bang watches makes us believe that there is indeed the possibility to have to much ice around your wrist. With ...

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Next-gen Apple mouse will ditch scroll-wheel for touch control

Inspired by the buzz that the multi-touch iPhone has built for itself, Apple has a next-gen mouse in the works that could utilize some of the same technology. On December 6, 2006, Apple filed a patent for their mouse design, which will be able to switch through operational modes depending on the users hand positioning on the mouse. The patent, ...

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Pasta Chair made from pool noodles

Pool noodles are synonymous with summer. In fact, we can’t recall any other use that pool noodles have ever been used for. All we remember are memories from our youth in which we would be chasing after our younger siblings and friends with the noodle between our legs, threatening to smack them with our phallus. Though we now see it ...

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Mirror Image Digital Clock: Reflect on your time wasted

The Mirror Image Digital Clock might help you “reflect” on time you could of spent doing something else. Hardy har! Puns are funny. The Clock has an inverted readout on its base which then reflects into readable numbers using a mirror to project a mirror image. Because of its slightly bent face, which points downwards to the inverted numbers, the ...

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Wii II: Portable Edition, if only concepts were true

This is just too damn cool to ever exist. This concept for the Wii II (assuming there will be one), offers a totally different take on console design, adding portability to the Wii. How is this done you might ask? Well for one, there is a built-in projector which doubles as the laser sensor for the Wiimote. All you would ...

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