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iPhone Pro Concept by Choi Jinyoung

A very interesting iPhone concept by South Korean product designer Choi Jinyoung made especially for photographers. The iPhone Pro features a special mount to which DSLR lenses can connect, a 4.5″ screen with two side (…)

Google Project Glass

Project Glass was started by a group at Google X and aims to produce augmented reality glasses that would help us in our everyday lives when we need it and get out of our way (…)

iPhone Boom Mic

The Boom Mic for iPhone is a small microphone that gives your iPhone videos a professional sound so that your subject gets amplified while background noises become dull. It simply attaches to the headphone jack (…)

Medisana TargetScale

The Medisana TargetScale measures your weight as well as body fat, bone mass, body water, muscle mass and Body Mass Index (BMI), and allows its users to set goals while automatically identifying the person stepping (…)

Sprinkles Cupcake ATM

With cupcakes boutiques blooming everywhere, it was obvious that someone would take the concept further. Beverly Hills-based baker Sprinkles has created the cupcake ATM which is open 24 hours a day. It contains about 600 (…)

Apple Launches the New iPad

Today, Apple introduced the new iPad during a media event held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The third generation device has a very similar design with a nearly unnoticeable bump in thickness, (…)

Nokia 808 PureView

This week Nokia introduced the 808 PureView during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a smartphone with a 4-inch screen featuring an impressive 41 megapixel image sensor. It will allow users to zoom-in on 5 megapixel (…)

Live Park 4D Art Park

Created by web design company d’strict and located at the Kintex Center in South Korea, Live Park is the world’s first 4D art park. Using today’s technologies such as Kinect, RFID-enabled bracelets and data sensors, it blends (…)

Libratone Wireless Speakers

Libratone is a Copenhagen-based audio company whose sole purpose is to “liberate sound”. Their approach blends Scandinavian design, wireless technology and hi-fi quality to deliver high-end products to modern consumers. All their speakers stream audio (…)

Ferrite Interactive Liquid Sculpture

Ferrite is an interactive ferrofluid display designed by American industrial designer David Markus. It uses the unique ferromagnetic properties of ferrofluids and applies magnetic fields of different strengths to create shapes in this odd black liquid. The project (…)