My last post on digital painting got a lot of buzz, so I thought it would be nice to present more cool gadgets from this field. Wacom Inkling Digital Sketch Pen allows you to sketch your drawings on any type of paper, and they will be transferred to your PC via USB transmitter. Thanks to the Inkling Sketch Manager, you can use multiple layer techniques and you can import everything into Photoshop and add the magic there.
Back To The Future is probably the movie of my childhood, and I’m still re-watching it every couple of years. I loved the time travel theme, I loved the fact that the main storyline happens in the year I was born (1985) and I loved the Marty & Doc team. But above everything else, I loved the time travel car, the DeLorean. So, you can imagine my reaction when I saw these images: “Great Scott!”.
This gadget is an unique stainless steel hard drive packed into a small model of the actual DeLorean from the movie. The case (the car) was constructed at a scale of 1/18 of the original, it is made of stainless steel with functional hood and doors, and the hard drive has a capacity of 750 GB with USB 2 connectivity.
If you plan to record your game play on video consoles or PC, Hauppauge HD PVR 2 is probably the best solution. With features like 1080p input and output resolution, this device will capture high-definition videos from a HDMI or component source with crystal-clear quality.
What’s cool about this version of the video recorder, is that it’s specially designed for X360 and PS3, making really facile to install and start recording. The video is recorded at pro-quality, in 3 H.264 formats: .TS, .M2TS, .MP4.
Scrabble game was invented during the Great Depression, around 1930. Then, Alfred M. Butts had no job, so he dedicated his time inventing things. Amongst many inventions, he thought it would be interesting to create a game of words using just letter tiles. First, the game was called Lexico, later it was called Criss Cross Words. In 1948, Butts partnered with an entrepreneur, James Brunot, and they re-branded the game, giving it a new name: Scrabble®. Ever since, the game became really popular and 100 million Scrabble games have been bought worldwide.
Buying the equipment required to take photos like a pro is not that difficult these days, because DLSR cameras are cheaper and better than ever. But buying a DSLR camera in order to use it in “auto mode” is a damn waste of its potential. If you own a Canon DLSR and you want to learn how to use manual modes, you test this Canon simulator found at Canonoutsideofauto.ca website. There, you will find things explained in a simpler matter, along with strong examples. Also, you will have the opportunity to test every single settings from the camera in a DLSR simulator. Learn everything there is to know about aperture, shutter speed and ISO value. Even if you do not own a DSLR camera, you can test all these settings.
After the success of A110 Canvas 2 şi A116 Canvas HD, the Indian manufacturer called Micromax is trying to penetrate the 3D smartphone market. Although big players like HTC and LG tried to release competitive products in this segment of the market, they failed. Then, why is Micromax enrolling in this strange race? They are rethinking the strategy, and they are trying to adjust the main problem of 3D smartphone: they are too expensive. So, after extensive research and development, they are releasing a new smartphone with a 3D display at a price under $300.
Called the Full Immersion Professional Racers Simulator, this assembly is the only gaming station with a 180° viewing area, 106″-wide HD screen that engrosses the gamer in a high-velocity gaming environment of unequaled realness. The one-of-a-kind 7 million-pixel screen enfolds halfway around the gamer and exhibits all the details you would actually see in the real world. Of course, this is best used for racing games, where the driver can use the controls found in the gaming station: driving wheel, sequential shift transmission, gearbox, force-adjustable gas, brake, and clutch pedals. Have a good race!
I found this on reddit.com and I think it’s the best set of chess I’ve ever saw. Over 2000 reddit users thought the same way. The guy who created this cool chess set used only bolts and nuts to depict every chess piece in the game. Just take a look at “The King”. Wow… I’m sure that someone is thinking right know to find a way to get a commercial patent for this idea.
They say that “Happy girls are the prettiest”. I know that most folks will probably argue that girls and gadgets just don’t mix together and that gadgets are created mostly for men. Well, I have to disagree with that. Girls love gadgets as much as we do, but they love different kind of gadgets. Yes, I’m talking about every gadget that is related to fashion. For a lady, a smartphone with a stylish and unique case, a USB memory key incrusted with diamonds or a slim tablet is something to have around. Because girls better understand gadgets only in combination with fashion.
This project is called Vyne, and it’s one of a kind stand for your iPhone. It’s fabricated of a special material and looks just like a belt, but one that can be bent to the desired form. This means you can use it around your neck, or just place it on your table, just like it’s portrayed in these pics.
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