3D is all the rage when it comes to shooting photos and videos. A lot of apps and programs can do the job of converting an image into 3D, but the charm of shooting in three dimensions never quite loses its value. 3DCone attachment for iPhone 4/4S converts the gadget’s camera straight away into a stereoscopic camera that can shoot three dimensional videos and images.
While the world is looking up and playing the guessing game on what to expect or not to expect from the iPhone 5, designer Antoine Brieux has one-upped everyone by taking the game to the iPhone 6 already. The designer sees the phone going slim with the dimensions of 125 mm x 63 mm, and a 4.9 inch touchscreen. The screen gets its generous size thanks to the power button that has been moved to the left side of the phone that now supposedly features a more ergonomic grip, whatever that means.
Nothing is truly a runaway success unless it gets its obligatory iPhone cases. Which obviously had us wondering why Game of Thrones didn’t quite have its very own collection of iPhone cases yet. The paradox has been solved thanks to Liquidsoldes who has put up a ton of iPhone covers on sale at RedBubble.
Smartphones are virtually everywhere, and people can hardly keep their hands off them. It is with that phone-love in mind, mostly the iPhone, that Alphyn Industries have come up with the DELTA415 Wearcom jeans. We guess the techno sort of name is just to highlight the USP of the jeans, which happens to be a transparent iPhone pouch covered appropriately with a denim flap. You know, for the moments when you want to sneak peak at the phone, or play a little game without going through the trouble of actually getting it out of your pocket.
We mostly use mobile phones for most of the photographs we capture, so it probably won’t be a bad idea to use lenses to go along with the phone. These clipon lenses work with the iPad and iPhone, and are available in a set of three that includes fisheye, circular polarizer or the 3-image mirage. Costs $35 each.
A lot of games are played on the iPad, and a lot of fun shall be had by people who miss having the old school controller handy while playing a game. The 60beat is a full sized gamepad designed to work with iOS devices. It connects through the headphone jack and allows users to play games on the iPhone/iPad.
They may be few, but there isn’t exactly a shortage of acoustic speakers for iDevices. There is a quality in these passive amplifiers that always makes them appealing. The latest we hear of comes from Japanese manufacturer Pleiades and is called the Trumstand.
Another of the creative products that designers Nendo developed for Japanese manufacturer Elecom, the Shadowstand is a very simple yet appealing stand for smartphones and tablet computers. The stand is simple in its looks and appears to cast a shadow of a single flower in a vase in a very interesting way.