Apple has released a set CAD drawings for the iPhone 4, to help iPhone 4 case makers design their cases. The guys over at Core 77 spent quite a bit of time overlaying the cad drawings onto the iPhone 4 product photos.
The guys over at Tokyoflash have come up with another cool watch concept, the Tokyoflash Space Digit Watch. The Tokyoflash Space Digit Watch features a unique design, with blue LEDsand a black case and strap.
It looks like it may be a little easier to tell the time on this concept watch than on some of the previous versions we have seen, as you can see from the photos, the time is displayed by three flashing LEDs when a button is pressed.
Looking more like something Tony Stark would have constructed in his prison cave. Early prototypes, concepts designs and blueprints have been released from the Tim Leatherman’s archives.
If your looking for the future of augmented reality in marketing campaigns then this Olympus PEN E-PL1 Demo is definitely worth a look.
Using the same technology in augmented reality business cards. A marker card and your web camera, create a fully interact presentation with an augmented display of the new Olympus PEN E-PL1 as below.
Watch the video after the break.
The Flowlab board is trying to take the classic skateboard to the next level. Where a classic skateboard will allow you to carve at 25 degrees the Flowlab board allows up to 45 degree carves, using 14 wheels rather then the traditional 4.
We have featured a few of these stencil kits before on Geeky Gadgets, like the iPhone stencil kit and the iPad stencil kit, now there is a version which is designed to help you with you Android app designs, the Android User Interface Stencil Kit.
Just like the previous version, the Android User Interface Stencil Kit lets you design the UI for your Android applications.
Plastiki a boat built using plastic drinking bottles for its main floatation has successfully crossed the Pacific arriving on Monday in Sydney Australia, after completing the 11,000 mile crossing.
12,000 soft-drink bottles were using in the construction for the buoyancy of the 60ft Plastiki boat, which set sail from Sausalito, Calif., just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, on March 20th 2010.
In case you didn’t know, there weren’t any PCs in the 60s. People in offices then went about work with typewriters and pens and all sorts of archaic artifacts.
Despite this fact, it didn’t stop Jeffrey Stephenson from taking up the challenge of building a functional PC for the 60s. He even went so far as to ask, “What if IBM had invented the PC 20 years earlier?”
Designer Hampus Edstrom created The Budget Tool, a device that measures a person’s financial status using 3 dimensional cubes. It works by inputing data on the PDA screen that calculates and transmits to the corresponding box whose cubes form solid, physical graphs indicating income minus expenditures.
The design is very minimalistic (which is characteristic of Scandinavian design) with no colors, no text – just rising and falling bars.
If your a little bit of a computer geek and looking for something a little different for your house or pad. Then this geeky table made from all motherboards is definitely worth a look at, created by GuyInMilwaukee from the MAKE forums.
We have featured a few unique designs on Geeky Gadgets to carry iPad’s in clothing but this iPad T-Shirt allows you to use your iPad for advertising as you wear it, just like a billboard.
Simple start your advertising video running and slip your iPad into the chest pocket behind the transparent window.
Looking more like a drawing or medical instrument the elegant design of the Twelvesouth’s Compass iPad stand is truly refreshing compared to other iPad stands currently available.
It allows you to position your iPad vertically or assists you with typing using the aid of a smaller leg situated in the middle of the main upright support leg, shown below.