FRAMED* was first conceptualized by Yugo Nakamura of THA Ltd., as a new platform for digital art, designed for everyday interior spaces. This project is a collaboration between Yugo Nakamura, interior designer, Yoshihiro Saitoh of A-Study, Ltd., and Om, Inc., a design and engineering team based in Taipei. by May 9
This open-source application maps the information that your iPhone is recording about your movements. It doesn't record anything itself, it only displays files that are already hidden on your computer. Download the application Read the FAQ Authors
This open-source application maps the information that your iPhone is recording about your movements. by Apr 28
Japan is crazy about Twitter, and today local toy maker Takara Tomy has announced Twimal (short for “Twitter Animal”) [JP], a super-cute toy “pet” that can reads out tweets loud for you. The white version does this with a female voice, while the blue Twimal uses a male voice. Takara Tomy says that once connected via USB to a computer (Windows XP/Vista/7 only), the Twimal is able to track and read your own tweets, replies, up to three hash tags, tweets coming from users on lists, tweets coming from specific users etc. It’s also possible to operate two Twimals at the same time and change the way their voices sound. Promo video (in Japanese): http://player.ooyala.com/player.swf?
Twimal: Super-Cute Twitter Toy Pet Reads Tweets For You by Mar 26
Technology helps you have what you need with you at all times. Computer, phone, iPod, keys, wallet, e-book? By now, all of these items can fit in a small bag (or maybe even a pocket of some XL pants). Wires and "workstations" are outdated; we know that electronics don't need to be stationed at your desk, locked in a maze of wires. They're tools to be kept in your pocket or your handbag, whether your goal is to answer an email, or read a 1,000 page book. But why be satisfied just because our digital essentials are portable?
Touchtable - When I hear DJ, I think equipment. There seems to be no end of the intricate turntables, headphones, computers, mixers and other devices used to mix musing. This Touchtable, designed by Thomas Mascall, is tiny, portable, and a fully functional turntable made using touch technology. by Mar 26
first image 'mobile tail' by studiooo factory view all | design souvenirs | books & posters mobile tail a support stand for portable electronic devices by studiooo factory, korea detail mobile tail now available on the designboom shop: a must have for your mobile device! the idea of the 'mobile tail' by korean studiooo factory (sangwoo park & jongwon park) is derived from the notion that mobile devices are much like pets - accompanying us wherever we go.
mobile tail by studiooo factory by Mar 26