Created by Scott Garner, Still Life is “an interactive gallery piece that takes traditional still life painting into the fourth dimension with a motion-sensitive frame on a rotating mount.”
I’ve been using these the last couple weeks to mix the Sound Advice’s. I couldn’t be happier with the headphone’s comfortable fit and solid highs and lows. Perfect for the office and/or studio.
“a unique device conceived to record two sided videos in one single iPhone’s shot. It consists of a wooden base and a mirroring system that, when mounted with your mobile phone, simultaneously record “front” and “back” views in one single, split screen image.”
While it’s nothing new to market, I got introduced to the brilliance of the Mophie Juice Pack Air iPhone case last night. A beast that you’ll definitely feel in your pocket, the fact that you never have to worry about your iPhone 4 or 4s going dead is worth the weight.
“The portable telephone Pablo was using when police traced calls to his family in the hours before his death on 2 December 1993.”
A new app from the folks behind the book Stuck-Up Piece of Crap lets you upload pictures of stickers and geotag the location to a worldwide map.
With computer software, almost everything is possible.
Modern Toss’ Periodic Table of Swearing App is so good that Apple banned it from iTunes.
If for some reason you find yourself needing to upgrade from Canon’s pocket friendly S series, this is your next step.