Future Thinking

PopSci’s The Wonders of 2020. Paper-thin OLED Screens are definitely happening. Controlling devices via microchips implanted in our brains? Probably not.

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RC Superhero

Okay, this looks rad.

“Radio controlled airplanes that look and fly like real fictional superheroes.”

visit the product site here

via, ihc

 

Diesel SFW Arcade App

It’s free and an easy way to pass a couple moments when you’re trying to look busy.

Available here

Storz & Bickel Volcano Vaporizer

The best that money can buy.

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Inspected Gadget: The Flip is Dead, Long Live the Flip

Cisco bought cameramaker Flip a couple of years ago, and has now killed the product in the name of corporate austerity. Too bad it was a profitable division. Even though its features are now duplicated by smartphones, it was still nice to have an HD video recording device that I was more comfortable dropping or passing around. And I guess I should have bought that Kodak ZX3 instead.

Cory Arcangel: Beat the Champ

Promo video for Cory Arcangel‘s Beat the Champ exhibition at Barbican that consists of “14 projections, each a bowling game form the history of video game bowling which has been hacked to roll only gutter balls.”

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Inspected Gadget: 3D + iPhone = Hasbro My3D

The Hasbro My3D looks like something that Fisher Price should have made out of the Viewmaster. Available in black or white, and works with a specific set of 3D games on the iTunes store.

A Lamborghini Laptop

The Asus Lamborghini VX27

Inspected Gadget: Fuuvi Pick USB Camera

The Fuuvi Pick is a basically a USB stick that also happens to be a camera. 1280 x 1024 images, 720×480 video (at 30 frames per second) gets stored on Micro SD cards, with a F2.8 lens that shoots at 100 ISO.

Via Technobob

Inspected Gadget: Tomy’s Twimals for Twitter

So far as I can tell, hook it up via USB and it’ll read your tweets in Japanese… but will it read other languages? Find out March 31, when Tomy’s Twimal is released.

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Inspected Gadget: Stereolizer for iPad

Stereolizer is an internet radio app wrapped in the look of an 80′s stereo cassette deck. Might seem like a bit of a gimmick at first, but it’s neato simply because it records internet radio streams on the iPad and then lets you easily reorder tracks as you see fit.

 

Color

Color is a social network app that would be cool at a party/concert/festival or anywhere else where it is okay to prey on oversharers.

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Kids These Days Have It Good

Play a bunch of those old, ghetto lcd portable games online.

via, nerdcore

Inspected Gadget: TDK Life on Record Boombox


TDK’s Life On Record boombox – solid, heavy, with three 6″ speakers (center is a subwoofer) and 30-pin iPhone/iPod connector. Also plays external USB flash/hard drives, all controlled via the knob and display on the front.

Everyday for the iPhone

Everyday is an app that enables you through an adjustable grid to take almost the same pic of yourself every day so that you might one day compile an aging timelapse video of yourself á la Noah Kalina.

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Inspected Gadget: Bebot iOS Synth

Bebot – the robot synth. So simple looking, yet has all the adjustable features of real synthesizers. Thanks Marshall/Mike.

embed.ly, embed everything on the web

Embed.ly promises the ability to embed any media url from the web onto your website.  They also claim, “When traversing the web, most site visitors will stay on a page 250% longer when there’s embedded media.” If it’s true or not it remains to be seen but, the ability to embed content from anywhere on the web is interesting.

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Inspected Gadget: Fabulous Hello Kitty Robo

Sanrio’s Hello Kitty robot. 5 G’s. If you’ve got the cash… I guess?

Mike Tyson’s 1-Step Angry Birds Addiction Cure

Anything Tyson.

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