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12 October 14

jvnk:

ThumbTrack Wearable Mouse

Now this is the kind of wearable tech I like to see. ThumbTrack is the world’s smallest wearable mouse (though I haven’t actually seen any other wearable mouse.) It’s beautifully designed and comes in either black or white, with three separate interchangeable pieces to fit any size finger. I’d really love to try this, it seems like a great idea!

Funding now on IndieGoGo

Reblogged: jvnk

Posted: 10:17 AM

prostheticknowledge:

Skin Buttons

Proof-of-concept interface design from Figlab uses light-projected touch-sensitive icons around your wrist, and is also low-cost and low-energy - video embedded below:

We present Skin Buttons, tiny laser projectors integrated into the smartwatch to render icons on the user’s skin. These icons can be made touch sensitive, significantly expanding the interactive region without increasing device size. We show a proof-of-concept device and demonstrate example applications. These “skin buttons” can have high touch accuracy and recognizability, while being low cost and power-efficient.

More Here

Reblogged: prostheticknowledge

10 October 14
イジメは証拠を揃えて弁護士に依頼するのマジ確実なので
これはもう常識化するべきですのよ。
ついでに訴状を
『教師の分は学校宛て』
『イジメ実行犯の分は相手の親の職場宛て』に届けると
効果が何倍かになるのでマジおすすめですの。

Reblogged: shinsen

6 September 14

Reblogged: robotcosmonaut

19 August 14

thegiphoscopeaward:

The Giphoscope Award Trophy

The Giphoscope n. 47, displaying The Giphoscope Award winning GIF, is finally ready. The astonishing and mesmerizing winning GIF is a work by french artist Micaël Reynaud based on Summer Weather, a series of images by US photographer Michael Jang

The Giphoscope is entirely handcrafted in Italy with passion, patience and precision by Alessandro Scali and Marco Calabrese, Officina K, Turin.

Read more

Reblogged: thegiphoscopeaward

Posted: 10:09 AM

Reblogged: the-gasoline-station

Posted: 10:06 AM

somethingwell:

sphere of hexagonal cells by Margaret Barry

Reblogged: somethingwell

30 July 14

wired:

The concept is bizarre, combining a building material from the time of Julius Caesar with a Jetsons aesthetic, but the approach has already worked before.

This newly-revived technique could provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.

MORE.

Reblogged: wired

28 June 14
31 May 14
Gretsch Good Enough

Gretsch Good Enough

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh