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Author Archive: Lambert Varias

Before the iPod, Before the Walkman, There Was the Mikiphone

Before the iPod, Before the Walkman, There Was the Mikiphone
Today we have portable audio players like the iPod that play digital files on the go. Before that, we had CD players like the Discman, and before that we had cassette tape players like the Walkman.…
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Store Digital Photos in These 35mm Flash Drives

Store Digital Photos in These 35mm Flash Drives
These 35mm film canisters-turned flash drives are probably the closest we’re gonna get from that neat digital film concept. If you really miss lugging canisters around whenever you go out and take pictures, then these are…
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Origami Handset Concept Looks Good on Paper

Origami Handset Concept Looks Good on Paper
Designer Chengyuan Wei took apart a telephone handset and discovered that the important bits only took up a small space of the interior. So she thought of designing a handset that was materially efficient and lightweight,…
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Trumpet iPhone Amplifier: Brass Blast

Trumpet iPhone Amplifier: Brass Blast
Artist Christopher Locke – who also made these gadget fossils – used a salvaged trumpet to make an analog amplifier. Just like th iVictrola, the trumpet does all the work, so there’s no electricity needed. Locke…
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Minibloq: Drag-and-Drop Arduino Programming for Kids and Code Newbies

Minibloq: Drag-and-Drop Arduino Programming for Kids and Code Newbies
We’ve featured a lot of cool and useful Arduino-based creations here at Technabob. If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at making an Arduino-based project but know little about programming, then you’ll want to support…
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WVIL Camera Concept: Out of Body Experience

WVIL Camera Concept: Out of Body Experience
R&D outfit Artefact have designed a digital camera that is heavily influenced by the connectivity, ease of use and the horsepower of today’s smartphones and other mobile devices. A refreshing approach, that’s for sure, but actually…
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Thanko iOS HDMI / USB Cable: Charge & Watch

Thanko iOS HDMI / USB Cable: Charge & Watch
This new adapter from Thanko lets users output video from an iPad, iPhone 4 or 4th gen iPod Touch to any HDMI-equipped display (via an HDMI cable of course) without fear of running out of juice,…
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Punching Pro: The Literal Punching Bag

Punching Pro: The Literal Punching Bag
Kris Tressiden is working on something with a lot of potential: a robotic punching bag that punches back. He calls it the Punching Pro. Apparently the current model is powered by a couple of 12-volt windshield…
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ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink
If the Smart Qwerty remote wasn’t hardcore enough for you, Conspin’s got one more remote control that you should check out, the ANDI-ONE. Actually calling it a remote control is like calling any modern smartphone a…
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Tetris Played With Rubik’s Cubes: Fun to Watch But Not to Play

Tetris Played With Rubik’s Cubes: Fun to Watch But Not to Play
The thing about stop-motion videos is that they constantly remind us how time-consuming they must have been to make. Take this video by YouTube user BananaNeil for example, where he plays a game of Tetris using…
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LockIfNotHot Locks PC If Temperature Drops, Not If User is Ugly

LockIfNotHot Locks PC If Temperature Drops, Not If User is Ugly
We’ve featured a Bluetooth-based program that automatically locks Windows PCs when the user walks away. Here’s another approach to automatically locking a computer. While the Bluetooth-based program relied on proximity, Didier Stevens’ program LockIfNotHot works in…
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iPhone 4 & iPad 2 Head Tracking via Front Camera: It’s 3DTime!

iPhone 4 & iPad 2 Head Tracking via Front Camera: It’s 3DTime!
I’m sure most of you have seen Johnny Chung Lee’s Wii head tracking demo. But while Lee had to use a Wiimote and IR diodes (and a PC) for his hack, Jeremie Francone and Laurence Nigay…
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Addonics 6-Slot CF & CFast Drive Bays: Compact Platform for Compact Flash

Addonics 6-Slot CF & CFast Drive Bays: Compact Platform for Compact Flash
If you frequently use CF or CFast cards or have a bunch of them lying around unused, you should check out these CF & CFast drives from Addonics. Using these drives you can access up to…
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Statue of Angel with Mobile Phone: Canst Thou Heareth Me Now?

Statue of Angel with Mobile Phone: Canst Thou Heareth Me Now?
St. John’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. The church is famous for its gothic architecture and its numerous statues. When it was restored for the third time, 25 new angel statues were…
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Adobe Introduces Subscription Plans For Creative Suite Programs

Adobe Introduces Subscription Plans For Creative Suite Programs
Adobe has just announced the latest update to their CS (Creative Suite) Package, CS 5.5. Along with the software enhancements, the company is also introducing subscription options for their programs, allowing people to rent programs such…
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TRON Lightcycle Battles Derezzed Into Board Game

TRON Lightcycle Battles Derezzed Into Board Game
Geek dad Brett King made this custom TRON lightcycle board game for his kids. Just like in the movies, the objective of the game is to smash opponents into the trail that your lightcycle leaves behind. …
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