While we don’t really think there’s anything that special about Roni Margolin’s concept tablet itself, the wireless soft keyboard built into its felt case is pure genius. We want one for our iPad now.
Art & Design
While the average person passing this geometric green sculpture might admire its looks, they would have no idea that it was actually slowly changing form, unless they saw this final stop-motion film.
Dive right in to see Andreas Franke’s underwater photographs of a decommissioned ship digitally enhanced with people; the waterproof gallery is located on the ship, just 93′ below the surface.
There’s a war on the Web, and netizens are divided into three camps – Facebook, Google and Twitter. We think 4chan will disagree, but we’d rather not imagine what their posters would look like.
Not only are these photographs of ants drinking colored liquid awesome, until now, we had no idea there were see-through ants out there. Scientist Mohamed Babu captured these incredible pics.
Tang Yau Hoong plays around with the elements of playing cards, changing and adding suits and ranks, as with the Stegosaurus of Diamonds. Can you figure out the name of the other cards?
Etsy seller Nerdnest converts worn out vinyl records into bookends. You can specify your color preferences for the labels if you want. They can’t be used to prop up heavy books or items though.
Many digi-cams let you simulate tilt-shift images, but the real deal looks much better. Now you can snap true tilt-shift images with this lo-fi (5mp) pocket camera with a built in tilt-shift lens.