From Keiichi Matsuda. Thanks to Pomo Project for the link.
Entries Tagged as 'Electronics'
March 26th, 2010 · Comments Off
March 10th, 2010 · Comments Off
Wait a sec — he didn’t ask! Despite the obvious theft of my oft-used online name — oo — I find this to be one of the sexier pieces of equipment I’ve seen in a while. Perhaps a test unit sent this way to make up for the oversight? via Engadget
February 5th, 2010 · Comments Off
I came upon this program by chance a few nights ago. It’s worth a viewing, especially the (scary) part about the US military’s “Army Experience Center” where young people can play military-based video games for free in a state-of-the-art gaming (recruitment) centre. Frontline always has excellent complementary information on their website too.
May 1st, 2008 · Comments Off
via Gizmodo: We knew that there was a motorized, fully-articulated R2-D2 projector with built-in DVD, iPod dock, all kinds of digital media inputs, and Millennium Falcon remote control, but we neverâ€”EVERâ€”imagined it would be so amazingly drooltastic as this video shows. Time to put on your LEGO-made Han Solo jacket or Leia bikini, and buy [...]
August 29th, 2006 · Comments Off
Back in 1997, Wired ran a cover story about Apple’s demise, with only the word “Pray” set above an Apple logo surrounded by thorny wires. They had become a bloated, mis-led giant with little perspective of their customers, and they were sinking. For devoted Apple fans, it was depressing. Read it here. Well, now it [...]
April 7th, 2006 · Comments Off
This is a beautiful solution to the cumbersome-ness of typical horizontal projectors: how to integrate them into the room? The most sensible solution for most is to build them into the ceiling somehow, but it’s not always great looking, and if it’s in a basement, they can become targets for taller people’s heads. This new, [...]