Swedish designer Tobias van Schneider developed the “most honest & human weather app” out there. Called ‘Authentic Weather’, the app tells you exactly what you need to know about the weather, nothing more, nothing less. “The app is pretty simple, it’s just the fucking weather outside if you don’t have a window to look outside, ..read more..
Afraid of loosing your luggage while traveling? Well, maybe the next generation of luggage might solve that. The Hop is a suitcase that follows its user. The suitcase contains three receivers that are able to receive, identify and triangulate different signals coming from the user’s cell phone. A microcontroller interprets these signals calculating the phone’s position ..read more..
Ok girls, maybe we won’t have to cry over empty smartphone batteries or carrying our chargers around after purchasing this fashionable cool clutch. Lets face it, even with extended charge time, batteries can be a problem with smartphones in general. Everpurse, by Chicago native Elizabeth Day Ormesher Salcedo believes a lady shouldn’t have to sacrifice fashion to be practical ..read more..
Polaroids used to be the bees knees, tech wise. They would let you immediately see, as well as print the picture you just took. In a world where you had to wait a week to have your shots developed, that was awesome. But then, digital cameras came around, and things changed. But fashion can go ..read more..
Mike Ko unveils his latest creation with “iPhone Diorama”. Visually very successful, this 3D animation video about the Apple smartphone. This showcases the talent of this artist based in Los Angeles.
This futuristic mobile location-based app concept aim is to create opportunities for people who can help each other in different ways: job search, house for rent, stuff to buy, causes to join, etc. The app scans the users internet activity and finds his “needs”, then finds people in the immediate area who can answer this ..read more..
New York boasts some fascinating subway art, and now there’s an app to help you explore it. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)’s Arts for Transit division has launched the smartphone guide, which you can access by downloading travel navigation iPhone app Meridian and choosing the MTA option. Within the app, works are organized by subway or railroad ..read more..
Aire, a Red Dot Award winning mask that converts a user’s exhales (i.e., wind energy) into electricity. Aire uses the power of your breath to recharge your iPhone. The user simply straps on the AIRE face mask, hooks it up to their iOS device, and their breath is converted into energy via small wind turbines. João ..read more..