Artist Kyle Lambert has been using the Apple iPad and the Brushes app to create some amazing paintings, one of those is this awesome portrait of Beyonce, which was done using just the iPad and a finger.
Here is an interesting take on the computer mouse, from Pranav Mistry of the MIT Fluid interfaces group, the Mouseless computer mouse, and although it doesn’t actually use a physical mouse the system works the same as if you were using one.
You can see in the video below how the Mouseless computer mouse works, using both an IR and a laser camera to detect hands movements and mouse clicks.
If you need to go to a fancy dress party why not create a 8-Bit version of yourself to wear? Designed and created by Kiel Johnson and Klai Brown this 8-Bit Gary costume is made from individually cut pixel foam pieces.
Sariel a Lego building master has created a fully working table football table game entirely from Lego. Its even fitted with sensors at the goals to automatically to record the score and issue an audio announcement when a goal is scored. Check out the video of the table in action after the jump.
If your looking for a minimalist stand for your iPhone, iPod or any other pocket media player or phone, the Sniper Stand may be the solution you’ve been looking for.
Paul Stamets has designed and created a fantastic way to help the environment with Life Box. A system that allows seeds to be inserted in the manufacturing process of corrugated boxes.
The Life Boxes are then shipped as normal with your DVD, PC or any other object. Once you received the packaging you can either tear it up and plant it to germinate the seeds within the corrugated flutes, or simple recycle it.
If your a fan of Shel Silverstein and his children’s books then this Giving Tree iPad decal is for you. The decal plays on the covers of the books and incorporates the Apple logo as a fruit falling to earth from a tree.
If you are one of those people who is always looking for their keys (that would include me as well), then you may want to check out the Buckle Up key holder.
The Buckle Up key holder is made from discontinued car seat buckles and it is designed to be hung on your wall, and it comes with an attachment that you add to your key chain.
We have seen a few photos and videos before on Geeky Gadgets of the new Lightcycle from Tron Legacy, now you will be able to get your hands on a street legal exact replica of the Tron Legacy Lightcycle.
Some of our reader will remember the awesome Batpod replica that was up for sale on Ebay, well the same guys who built that one are now offering five street legal Tron Legacy Lightcycles.
The guys over at Art Lebedev has just announced that they will be launching a new high end keyboard, the Optimus Popularis Keyboard.
Like the previous version, the Optimus Popularis Keyboard will feature screens on each of the individual keys, and according to Art Lebedev each key will now have more screen real estate than the previous version.
Another day, another iPad case is launched but the Ribcage would be perfect for any medical professionals looking to keep their new shiny iPad protected, and even not being a doctor I quiet fancy this design for my own iPad.
The Ribcage case design is inspired by the human anatomy and the decorative ribs double as a protective structure to protect the enclosed iPad from direct hits to its screen.
Giving a whole new meaning to portable office space, this compact design named the kruikantoor incorporates everything you need to setup a working office practically anywhere. Its easily transported and includes 2 chairs, a desk, shelves and even a working light.