January 2015


http://www.designboom.com/art/interview-with-artist-david-shrigley-01-27-2015/

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The Apple ‘Lightmac’ developed by industrial designer, Tomas Moyano, integrates the power of a desktop computer, the user experience of tablets and the progressing technology of projected touch screens, to create a conceptual product aimed for the market in 2025. The core i9 processor central component that has 16 GB of RAM and 24 hour battery life, takes care of the processing tasks and works in sync via Bluetooth 6.0, with the external modules and even a wireless keyboard. The peripheral parts which have a battery life of 12 hours, project the display and can be re-sized to offer a customizable interaction. (via DesignBoom)

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As the first of its kind, the ‘Prynt‘ smartphone case transforms an iPhone or android mobile into an instant camera by printing photographs on the go. Just like an ordinary cover, it attaches onto the cell phone and fabricates pictures from the gallery or social media with a click of a button, in an incredible 30 seconds. The pink, white or blue device which is compatible with iPhone 5, 5S, 5C and 6, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5, provides a new method of sharing special moments. In addition to this, the experience is made even more unique as images that are scanned by the camera, can come to life in a short augmented reality clip. ‘Prynt’ is currently seeking funding via its Kickstarter campaign and aims to ship the $49 units for summer 2015. (via DesignBoom)

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Saw Amason this evening. Magic. Amazing show. ‪#‎Amason‬

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