Chinese artist Hu Shaoming, supported by Guangzhou Art Academy set out to show antique and vintage gadgets in a way they have rarely been seen. He collected four objects from four countries: UK, US, Japan and France. These objects were all vintage, a phone from the 1910s, a clock from the ’20s, a camera from the ’30s and one portable film camera from the ’40s. He then set to work on these objects so they would fit in the scope of his project called “Reconnecting Time” (“He: Shiguan Xilie” in Chinese).
We blame the universe that we have not been keeping tabs on the sometimes quirky, sometimes awesome products that come through Brando. This one right here is an Iron Man Mark VII iPhone 5 case that comes with an impressive finish, LED arc reactor, and a removable camera flap. The case is currently available for pre-order and will ship in April to match the release of the Iron Man 3 movie.
All it takes is five minutes and this breakfast sandwich maker will have one delicious goody ready for you. The premise for a good, easy breakfast is too difficult to pass on, so we’re just too happy to simply jump on to the idea. You add your favorite breakfast sandwich components onto the different removable areas of the sandwich maker, then let it work its magic as it whips up a delicious full sandwich. For a price of $30, this sandwich maker is just lovely.
SpaceTop 3D desktop computers will allow users the luxury to interact with and manipulate digital content “inside” computer screens. Using the perception of depth in 3D, the system makes use of Microsoft’s Kinect for gesture recognition and Microsoft’s Transparent LED.
Toshiba wants you to know laptops are tough, like really tough.m> tough. To drive the point home, they subject their laptops to a series of tests that would remind you of the glory days of Jackass, only way less amazing.
Apparently, it’s not good manners to let your phone go around naked. Sure you might have a case, but that only covers the rear while the phone continues to flash its junk up front. There’s still hope for the world, because now you could buy underwear for your iPhone and not feel weird. Okay, well, maybe a little, but remember you’re doing this for the phone’s good. If that’s any solace, there are a lot of patterns to choose from.
People don’t seem to be very happy about the Wi-Fi prowess of the iPhone 5, and when there are complaints about a device so pervasive, someone’s bound to make a product to answer to the market. Enter Linkase, a not so beautiful looking case for the iPhone, yet one that claims to rid it of the wifi troubles.
Everyone loves to play the games of our childhood, but the consoles don’t tend to last a lifetime. Since, there hardly are many modern replacements, we’re stuck with playing them on emulators on computers, which let’s face it, isn’t fun enough. The console replacements keep coming through, the latest in line being the RetroN 4.
MYO Armbands promise the magic of futuristic gesture controlled computing, that looks fairly simple in application. At the heart of the gadget is a bracelet that uses six-axis and muscle activity to track arm movement and transform the same into action on a computer.