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Category: Interactive

The Real Mac Tablet is a Coffee Table [Casemod]

The Real Mac Tablet is a Coffee Table [Casemod]
With all of the buzz on the ‘nets about Apple’s upcoming tablet Mac, I think I’ve got the scoop on the original Mac Tablet. Yvan of Switzerland’s Cosm!k’ Art Deco Team built his Tablet Mac into…
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Frankencamera: Open Source Digital Camera

Frankencamera: Open Source Digital Camera
Stanford computer science and electrical engineering professor Marc Levoy is a bit tired of the marketing gimmicks for digital cameras. He says that the “megapixel war” is over and the battle has now shifted from quantity…
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Samsung Braille Phone Packs a More Literal Touchscreen

Samsung Braille Phone Packs a More Literal Touchscreen
Touchscreens these days mostly allow us to use our fingers like a mouse cursor – point, click, slide etc. Designer Seonkeun Park wants to make a phone for the blind, with a screen and keypad that…
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Sticky Light Laser Scanner Follows Your Every Move

Sticky Light Laser Scanner Follows Your Every Move
The Sticky Light is an interactive plaything that’s capable of scanning movements in real time, and following them with a laser light beam. The tracking technology, developed by the Department of Information Physics at the University…
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Concert Hands: Watch as Your Hands Learn to Play the Piano

Concert Hands: Watch as Your Hands Learn to Play the Piano
Want to learn to play the piano – or at least play a song on the piano – without having to deal with creepy or boring instructors? Then you might want to try Concert Hands. It’s…
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Takara Tomy Clockman: Wakes You Up, Then Won’T Shut Up

Takara Tomy Clockman: Wakes You Up, Then Won’T Shut Up
Clockman is a little cube-dude that’s designed to wake you up and get you going for the day. Sure, he might annoy the crap out of you in the process, but that’s part of the fun.…
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Ben Heck’s Next Project: the Bill Paxton Pinball Machine

Ben Heck’s Next Project: the Bill Paxton Pinball Machine
Master modician Benjamin Heckendorn is known for his video game console-to-laptop transformations, but most of his creations are either commissioned works or are sold for a cause. This time he’s making something for himself, and he’s…
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Color Picker Pen Might Make That Box of 120 Crayons Obsolete

Color Picker Pen Might Make That Box of 120 Crayons Obsolete
When I was in grade school, crayons served as our introduction to the art of one-upmanship – you have a box of 8? Well your seatmate has a box of 16! So you tell your mom…
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Bionic Heart: a Visual Novel for the Rest of Us

Bionic Heart: a Visual Novel for the Rest of Us
Visual novels aren’t quite the same deal in the west as they are in Japan, which is why we don’t get incredible titles like 428. Occasionally, however, some developer throws us a bone, and this time,…
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Karada Trainer Headphones: Portable Pesterer for Pedestrians

Karada Trainer Headphones: Portable Pesterer for Pedestrians
These Karada Trainer Headphones literally dictate the pace that you should take while you’re exercising, based on your “age, weight, and intensity level (walking, jogging, or aerobics)” as well as your resting heart rate, which you…
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The Future of Desktop Computing is Looking More and More Like Star Trek

The Future of Desktop Computing is Looking More and More Like Star Trek
Microsoft’s “top research and strategy officer” Craig Mundie demoed various flashy & functional future tech that the company believes will be an integral part of the future desktop computing experience. Mundie’s demo included “hologram-like videoconferencing, a…
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Trinvo Talking Translator: Say “I Can’t Understand You” in 12 Languages

Trinvo Talking Translator: Say “I Can’t Understand You” in 12 Languages
We’ve already featured a talking translator before, but it looked intimidating and/or boring. Not the Trinvo. It’s a hip and handy talking translator equipped with the very original “navigational wheel.” Wherever you go, people will surely…
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Weird Vending Machines: if You Vend It, They Will Come

Weird Vending Machines: if You Vend It, They Will Come
What was the last thing you bought at a vending machine? A can of soda? A magazine? A bike? A gold nugget? Live bait? Woman’s Day’s Brynn Mannino made a list of some of the weirdest…
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Beat Sneaks: Midi Drums in Your Shoes

Beat Sneaks: Midi Drums in Your Shoes
Are you a tapper? A flat-surface drummer? You might be interested in the Wii game Let’s Tap… or, if you’re a little more DIY, you might want to put a little kick–or drum–into your tapping habits.…
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Lite-Brite Cubed: Makin’ Things With Light 4x

Lite-Brite Cubed: Makin’ Things With Light 4x
I have fond memories of playing with a Lite-Brite when I was growing up. As a matter of fact, I can’t get that damned commercial out of my head at the moment. Of course, most of…
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Wooden Electronic Ruler Will Make You Want to Measure Stuff

Wooden Electronic Ruler Will Make You Want to Measure Stuff
Designer Shay Shafranek’s concept for an electronic ruler manages to retain the familiar look of the analog instrument while making it easier to use. Using the electronic ruler is as simple as using its analog ancestor.…
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