Tuesday, August 31, 2010

10 Most Wonderful Gadgets From Future

Technology changes day by day and everyday brings something new in the market. I was searching on the internet and found some amazing gadgets. I have compiled a list of these amazing gadgets. Many of these won’t be in the market today but may be later they will be actually adored by thousands of customers.

So here is the list of amazing gadgets:

1 – Rubber Mobile

This mobile have simple shape, it’s a brick but it’s so thin like a candy bar. Its body is totally rubberized in a bright color. Keypad is slightly angled and haves 4 mega pixel camera. It has stereo speakers also, so that you can enjoy your favorite music tracks.

2 – Optimus Tactus Touch Keyboard Should Be Called Optimus Retardus

Optimus Tactus is having extruded shape, touch surface keyboard concept. Though yet it’s not released but it will be liked by musicians, artists and video editors. It possesses solid LCD tablet displays.

3 – Costume Samsung 2.5 inch HDD for Women

Costume Samsung

The Costume Samsung 2.5-inch hard drive is being inspired by make-up compact. This product is made only for women. This drive easily fits in the palm of your hand and also can be placed in the purse easily.

4 – Curved iMac Concept

The most outstanding feature of Curved iMac Concept is its curved screen. Though yet it’s not launched in the market but in near future it will be seen in the market.

5 – F1/Carbon GMT Concept Watch

F1/Carbon GMT Concept Watch is definitely a beautiful gadget. This watch is in carbon fiber body, Swarovski crystals, rubber and metal into this timepiece which features 18 identical rubies while watching the time on the 2008 F1 circuit. In other features it haves built-in lap timer function and a stopwatch.

6 – Canvas by Kyle Cherry

It’s simply called “Canvas” and it’s designed by Kyle Cherry. This computer is designed for enhancing the quality and productivity of the designer.

7 – E-Paper Slap Bracelet

Almost everybody have seen the slap bracelets usually made of thin piece of aluminum wrapped in fabric. Using same thing, Chocolate Agency came with a mini multimedia device that is a head from normal bracelets. It’s entire surface is E-Paper and it’s thin with high contrast and power efficient qualities. Best thing about this slap bracelet is that it doesn’t need any recharging because it gets all the power it needs through kinetic energy.

8 – Atlas Kinetic Cell phone

Atlas Kinetic Cell phone is all made of aluminum and glass. It gets power from kinetic energy like watches works on kinetic energy.

9 – Eizo C T-One – Both a Mouse & Remote Control

Some people use laptop infront of the TV and use 2 controllers at one moment: a mouse and a remote control.

Eizo C T-One is wireless mouse but also performs nine TV remote control functions including power, channel up/down, volume up/down, broadcast switching, input switching, and also picture-in-picture. As a mouse, it have a range of about 10 meters and operates on the 2.4 G Hz wireless band.

10 – Tiny USB Webcam

If you don’t like the combo cams then here is the small model web camera. This tiny USB cam has the following features:

Compact size for notebook
USB Retractable Cable
Clip mount for notebook
Video Conferencing
Compatible with ICQ, MSN, Skype, etc.
Plug & Play
Fully support USB 1.0 and 2.0
Video Frame rate: 30 frame per second
Pixels: 5,000,000
Auto Focus
Driver Free for Windows XP SP2 and Vista
Support MAC

Two Segements of Renae's Arm

I spotted a whole lot going on with Renae's left forearm, while browsing at the Chelsea Salvation Army store, so I just had to ask.

Let's deconstruct:

The first part of this tattoo is the dark heart on the inner part of the forearm. Renae attributes this to Rob at the Orlando branch of Hart and Huntington. In over three years of inkspotting, this is the first piece on Tattoosday that has been credited to one of their shops.

Renae, who has "no idea" how many tattoos she has (which is synonymous for "too many to count"), wanted to add to her arm, so she headed to Brooklyn Ink in Bay Ridge.

Alex Franklin was given free reign, according to Renae. Her exact quote was "use your imagination and run," which must be music to many a tattooists ears.

Alex did the flourishes around the original tattoo, along with the phrase "gutta cavat lapidem," a Latin phrase by Ovid which translates to "dripping water hollows out a stone," which is a shortened version of the line "Dripping water hollows out stone, not through force but through persistence." This quote is known to many New Yorkers who have seen it inscribed underground here (with a broader description here).

And he tattooed the piece on the other side of the arm:

Work from Brooklyn Ink (and a lot by Alex) has appeared previously on Tattoosday here.

Thanks to Renae for sharing her tattoos with us here on Tattoosday!

Monday, August 30, 2010

John's Root People

At the end of July, I coincidentally exited the A train at 14th Street at the same time as John, who was visiting from Nevada.

I had been admiring his sleeve on the train, but didn't have the opportunity to speak to him about it until after he got off the subway.

He referred to these creatures as "Root People":

It's an abstract collaboration with the artist, Rickett, at The Ruby Lantern in Carson City, Nevada.

They started working together in January of this year, and they're not yet finished with the whole sleeve. As you can tell, it's very unusual and has a very unique approach.

These designs are all on John's right arm, and I am particular to the female tree person above on his inner forearm.

Thanks to John for sharing his Root People here with us on Tattoosday!

Sunday, August 29, 2010

35 Most Craziest Optical Illusions That Trigger Your Brain

Can you see different things in one photo? If you can then you most probably have a good eye for details and that you are concentrated. If you have doubts about these photos you can leave a comment.

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