Lamborghinis ooze luxury, style, and class. While these sports cars are beautiful and sleek on the outside, their interiors provide a sensory experience only a material like Alcantara can produce. This suede-like fabric, used for seat coverings in luxury vehicles, can now be found in an unexpected place: iPhone 5 and iPad covers.
Made by the company Opulus New York, the stylish cases feature a swatch of smooth Alcantara material, which is soft to the touch, breathable, durable, and fade resistant. As part of the company's Excecutive line of iPhone 5/5s cases and SleeveStand collection for iPad Airs, the products are clean-cut and feel wonderful, making your Apple technology look like a classy business executive with cash to burn.
On February 28th the legendary Tiesto will begin his DJ residency at Hakkasan Las Vegas, and with a little help from PixMob, the show will offer a whole new experience. Not only will a light show be presented on a screen behind the famed DJ, there will also be one in the crowd. How is this possible?
PixMob has crafted a LED bracelet that will allow fans to generate wireless video effects just by sporting them on their wrists. Using infrared to send instructions wirelessly to pixels worn by members of the audience, the technology of PixMob will bring a rainbow of color upon the crowd. Each audience member will be given a bracelet upon arrival, allowing lighting directors to produce a light show on a whole new canvas, as they change the colors of every single bracelet from their computers. The light show will be in sync with the music giving the crowd a whole new visual element to party to.
Google Glass is the most hyped piece of technology since the iPad, but the product itself is still an impractical purchase for most people. Yes, it’s lighter and sexier than anyone would expect a computer strapped to your head would be, but it’s also the cost of a month’s rent and much less practical than a smartphone.
Luckily, for those who are interested in the tech more than the fashion statement, the widespread interest in hands-free tech has enough love to go around. Epson, a company that already had AR glasses on the market before Google Glass, has released a new, much more practical version of its Moverio BT-200.
Next the oPhone will make its way to The Lab Cambridge in Boston for a special public demonstration that will take visitors on a walk through Paris using only smells from the oPhone.
Hopefully if it all goes according to plan, the oPhone will be available for commercial use by the end of 2014!
This fancy looking headset is a multi-entertainment device that transforms from a ordinary headset for easy music listening, to a futuristic headset that allows you to view movies and participate in gaming by simply fliping it over your eyes. Things just don't get much cooler.
If these batteries made of sugar take off we could find ourselves with batteries that would be cheaper, bidegradable and refillable.
One place we wont see these batteries is in the candy aisle. Even though they are made of sugar they are certainly NOT edible!
For all the children of the tech generation who dub wires as a thing of the past, do we have some good news for you! Introducing the Celluon evoMouse, looking to make your basic mouse an obsolete tool. With the evoMouse your finger is the pointer. This little gadget can turn almost any flat surface into a virtual trackpad.
In every age, and on any frontier, an explorer needs his navigational tools. In so much, the technology of exploration has evolved quite radically over the centuries. We went from the cross-staff, to the back staff, from the compass, to the GPS, and so on and so forth. As human beings we have a natural instinct to explore; we want to find new places where there’s cool stuff, and plenty of action. Now, thanks to the digital age, the wireless age, and the digitally witless age, we no longer have to explore alone. There’s an app that connects every pub bar fly, pub crawler, and high end alcoholic and lets them instantly share their discoveries. Its a little marvel of technology called Untappd.