If you’ve been using Lion, and are a fan of the fullscreen app then you need Maximizer. Maximizer allows you to apply the fullscreen functionality to apps that do not have it yet, like Chrome, Firefox, and just about every non-native OSX app. It requires a little manual labor, but it’s worth it.
Congrats to our friends at Gear Patrol on the launch of their iPad app. Head over to their site to learn more and download it for free.
Public Ad Campaign tested out an app that the developed with The Heavy Projects: an augmented reality viewer that “runs on smart phones and virtually replaces outdoor ads with curated artworks by street artists Ron English, John Fekner, PosterBoy, Doctor D and Ox.”
Highlights: “an average user can burn about 4,000 calories in a typical workweek. The desk’s height adjusts from 27″-47″ at the press of a button, allowing you to easily switch to a favorite office chair or to work while standing.”
Directed and filmed by Todd Cole entirely on the Windows Phone.
This 200-foot high digital sculpture by Arne Quinze on top of the flame of the Statue of Liberty is the first work displayed in Beck’s Green Box Project. If you can’t see it, you’re not crazy. You need to download Beck’s Key which is a custom built augmented reality app for your smartphone.
Walkman, Watchman, Discman… back in the day when Auto Reverse was a luxury, portable technology didn’t get much cooler than this.
Shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone
Kinect Graffiti™ is a digital graffiti tool using “Microsoft Kinect” camera.
via, Vans OTW