Tag Archives: digital

A Coffee Mug That Tastes Of Scenery

I bet you’re wondering what happened to the lens that was replaced with a Pringles can for that DIY project posted the other day. Turns out, that lens turned up on the Internet as a coffee mug. Express your love of photography and caffeine simultaneously as you pour your daily Colombian coffee into this camera lens. Unfortunately, it’s just a ...

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Let Me Crack Your Beer With 16 Gigs Of Porn

After having seen a USB drive that comes packed with Ernie Hudson on it, it seemed like no other flash drive could ever come close to tickling my fancy. That is, until I saw this bad boy. While the USB drive bottle opener is far from a new concept, who says digital storage and beer don’t mix? This nifty flash ...

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Rent, Rip, Return, Baby!

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to make a digital copy of any of your DVDs as if it were an audio CD you wanted to import with iTunes? You can! I mean, you will once RealNetworks introduces it’s $30 software program: RealDVD. It’ll allow users to make a digital copy of an entire DVD, including all the extras ...

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Sony Dreams Up $300 Digital Photo Frame

I don’t care how precious your kid is. Whether his name is Trig or Chainsaw or Thornbush, it doesn’t warrant a $300 picture frame. Sony thinks that it can get away selling the new CP1 digital photo frame with WiFi for that absurd price. Why? Well despite the fact that it has a 7″ screen with 16 million colors and ...

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LG’s Latest Portable DVD Player

LG makes every product under the sun. You name it, LG probably mass produces it. LG also enjoys marketing bizarre combination of electronic equipment. Take this 8″ portable DVD player, the LG DP889. Little excessive on the numbers, don’t you think? Well, this portable DVD player not only works as a normal CD player but it also happens to be ...

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Analog and Digital Notebook Roundup

With classes starting for most students this week or next, it’s important that you’re properly geared up for school before trekking back. Cool Hunting has a nice roundup of both “analog” and digital notebooks that will suit nearly anyone’s taste, style or preference. Whether you’re heading to Columbia Law or the Clown College of Miami, this is a read you ...

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Photos Down Under(water)

I’ve never heard of Liquid Image before but here’s a gadget it created that looks to be lots of fun underwater. It’s the Camera Diving Mask and it sells for around $115. This isn’t a cheap piece of junk you’ll find at KB Toys either. With a 5-megapixel or 3.1-megapixel sensor, 16MB of internal storage and a microSD slot, it’s ...

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A Sensor That Mimicks The Human Eye

We’ve seen artificial corneas that could replace damaged organic corneas, but how about a digital image sensor that adjusts itself like a human retina? That’s exactly what John Rogers at the University of Illinois is creating. An improved method of transferring silicon sensors onto a curved surface allowing for the sensor to capture wide-angle views with low distortion. Because it ...

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The Phone That Gives You Wood

Hyun Jin Yoon and Eun Hak Lee have designed this jagged edged wooden phone dubbed the Maple Phone. It’s made up of African Blackwood and sports some of the latest features you’d find in any cellphone to date. An MP3 player, digital camera and the basic functions like calling and SMS are all incorporated into this wooden phone that’ll have ...

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Credit Card Scans From Your Pocketed Arduino

Who would’ve thought all it took is an Arduino, a standard magnetic stripe reader, a display and a little code to be able to read the data stored on magnetic stripe cards such as your VISA card. I can’t begin to imagine how this DIY provided by Instructables could be abused. No one is doing fraudulent things with an Arduino ...

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