Check out these nifty mini artworks by artist Cynthia Malaran, inspired by classic computer and video game systems.
Currently available works include the Apple Newton, Classic Macintosh (diptych seen above), Atari and NES joysticks and a 3.5″
If you live in Chicago like me, the top story yesterday was the presence of celebs including Oprah Winfrey, Bono, Kanye Wes and Penelope Cruz on Michigan Avenue for the announcement of Bono’s Product RED.
Product RED incorporates special products and services from a variety of major corporations including American Express, Converse, Armani, Motorola, Gap and Apple.
Palm’s new Treo 680 series of smartphones were announced today.
They come in four colors: graphite, crimson, arctic and copper (does anybody else out there think this is a Cingular exclusive?) and feature a smaller form factor than earlier models.
Looking for the perfect gift for the video gamer who has everything? Check out these totally cool Ms. Pac-man and Ghost rings designed by Tiny Armour Jewelry.
Also available in the collection are a variety of other pac-man inspired jewels including neckaces and earrings.
According to this post over at Kotaku, the Sony Playstation 3 will only include a crappy composite video cable when it’s released in Japan.
Apparently, even though the Playstation 3 is all about high definition gameplay and movies, you’re expected to go spend even more money to get it to output onto anything other than a crummy old TV.
Real Snail Mail is an art and technology project being conducted by the technological artists collective of Boredom Research.
The project has real snails delivering electronic messages via tiny RFID tags attached to their shells. The messages are delivered literally “at a snails pace.”
The new Epson EMP-TW1000 is a front projector which features a native 1080p (1920×1080) resolution LCD panel.
The projector features HDMI 1.3 inputs for digital signals, and supports true 1080p inputs. In addition Epson’s new color engine is said to produce a color gamut that’s 115% broader than NTSC standards.
A couple of weeks back, I reported on dumb quotes by Sony execs and I thought for sure that I had heard every ludicrous comment possible about their upcoming Playstation 3 release.
I guess Sony Australia’s boss, Michael Ephraim, wanted to make sure we didn’t run out of choice sound bites.
These little dektop toys feature bite-sized reproductions of a couple of classic arcade games.
Each machine features authentic arcade sound effects and a color LCD screen with a stylized remake of either Frogger or Space Invaders.
Logitech’s unique NuLOOQ navigator has been available for over a year now for Mac OSX users, and now software is available for use with Windows XP too.
The NuLOOQ plugs into your USB port and provides quick access to frequently used functions in popular graphic design and multimedia applications, with the greatest productivity enhancements available for Adobe’s Creative Suite products.
Ever wanted to play detective? Are magnifying glasses too old school? Well now you too can own the high resolution digital microscope featured on CSI.
The ProScope HR is a USB-connected handheld microscope that can capture images and video at a magnification level of up to 400x depending on the lense selected.
The new Onkyo CBX-Z1 AERO Sound System is an all-in-one stereo system featuring a built-in iPod dock.
The system will offer a feature set and look that’s very similar to the popular BOSE Wave Sound System.
You can now pre-order the MadCatz ArcadeStick joystick for the Xbox 360 from Gamestop.
While not cheap at $59.99 USD, the controller looks like just what the doctor ordered for playing all the classic arcade games that are available for download on Xbox Live Arcade.