Posts Categorized: Tech

Bike Helmet? What Bike Helmet?

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The Invisible Bike helmet!!!!!!!! This is created by Swedish company Hövding. Started by Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin in 2005 for their industrial design thesis, they have spent the better part of 7 years securing capital and trying to bring all the elements together to create the invisible helmet. Check it out in the clip […]

3D-Printed Snowboard!

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This is unbelievable to imagine, but is completely true. The people at Signal Snowboards bring to you another episode from there series “Every Third Thursday” which is based around them coming up with an out of the ordinary idea and actually trying to do it. This week its making a 3D-printed snowboard. I know what […]

The Last And Greatest Piece Of Mars Porn

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So, the Curiousity rover has been on the surface of Mars for almost 2 weeks now, and it’s been sending back some beautiful images of from the surface. The marvels of technology that it took to get it there have also been a source of quite extreme geekery. Of course geekery is, by definition, something […]

Who Pixelated Laura Palmer? The Existential Terror Of The Twin Peaks Computer Game

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There’s something undeniably creepy about those old-fashioned computer games. I think it’s the result of a lot of small things coming together – things such as the urban legends about computer game-based mind control, and the nightmare fuel that could result from inserting cartridges a bit askew. Or maybe the way that in the very […]

Here’s A Cool Project For You To Try: Interactive Google Maps – But Please Be Creative

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The idea of an interactive Google map showing significant locations in the history of British music sounds like an interesting, and really fun idea, right? Well, one’s been doing the rounds on the internet this past week, and unfortunately something got a little lost in the execution. Whoever put this together has their priorities mixed […]

iSee – iPhone Images From a Professional Photographer

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All those years ago when they started putting cameras on phones on cameras, the manufacturers of those devices envisioned a new era of visual communication, where everyone had a camera with them all of the time, and the world would be documented in its entirety. The problem was that shitty cameras and bad lighting resulted […]

The Best Interactive Music Videos

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Technology is constantly allowing us to do creative new things. Except whenever it does, all the good ideas are taken almost immediately, fulfilling the axiom that there are no new ideas. The point of web 2.0 was that it broke down the barriers between consumers, and the content they consumed, including movies and music. This […]


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San Francisco designer Benny Gold has teamed up with DSPTCH, a camera accessories company to come up with some custom camera sling and wrist straps. These are pretty rad looking and a must for every young up and coming photog! Check them out <—   Source: acclaimmag      

Nike Shoe Boxxxx Facebook App

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So as someone who has his iPhone permanently attached to his hand, someone who LOVES his shoes and someone who loves games then Nike have put out an app that is perfect for me!   Using the Nike Shoe Boxxx App, users start with three pairs of shoes and, through trades, Facebook shares and “Likes,” and […]

Mophie Juice Pack Reserve for iPhone

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There are a lot of battery solutions for the iPhone out there, but the Mophie Juice Pack Reserve is a unique and convenient alternative. The Juice Pack Reserve is significantly smaller than other battery packs and also has a keyring making it easier to bring with you. For charging, there is a USB cable that […]

Apple Announces Next-Generation 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display

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Apple’s WWDC 2012 event is still going on and aside from many great software updates that are coming along with iOS6 and OSX Mountain Lion, they have also announced the next-generation MacBook Pro with Retina display. At only 0.71 inches thickness, the new generation laptop packs a 2880 x 1800 pixels into the 15.4-inch screen, […]

Apple iOS 6: All New Maps, Siri Features, Facebook Integration & More

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Apple today previewed iOS 6, introducing over 200 new features to the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. New features include: an all new Maps app with Apple-designed cartography, turn-by-turn navigation and a new Flyover view; new Siri® features, including support for more languages, easy access to sports scores, restaurant recommendations and movie listings; Facebook […]