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For the first time Siedle is bringing the live video image from the door camera onto a mobile device: Siedle Scope is a portable video call station for door communication – and also a fully functional DECT™ telephone in high-quality Siedle design.
NIKE announced the NIKE+ FuelBand, an innovative wristband that tracks and measures everyday movement to motivate and inspire people to be more active. Activities can now be measured through a new metric called NikeFuel: the more active you are, the more NikeFuel you earn.
The Nam June Paik Library is a new public art library in Nam June Paik Art Center in Yong-In, Korea. The library was designed by a U.S. based design and research collaborative N H D M / Nahyun Hwang + David Eugin Moon.
Swiss fashion brand Swatch presents Swatch Touch 2011, a colourful new collection of trend-setting timekeepers with big-screen LCD dials and a touch-sensitive zone in place of pushbuttons.
Hong Kong-based watch manufacturer Ziiiro uses different shapes and concepts to target customers seeking innovative accessories. Their latest release Ziiiro Celeste, is a watch that shows you the time in an elegant and visually pleasing manner.
People protect their phones with cases but only a few think about protecting their ears with headsets. With the Angle concept, fixing a bluetooth headset gets as intuitive as picking up a phone.
A wireless computer mouse in the shape of a battery - 'kandenchi' in Japanese-, based on the mouse’s own rechargeable nature. The positive terminal has turned into the left-click button, and the scrolling wheel and right-click button are on the side.
UP by Jawbone is a revolutionary new product to help people live a healthier life. In the scale of the global problem, UP is Jawbone’s first step to play its part as part of the growing movement to curb the global epidemic, by doing what we do best –wearable computing.
Alabama-based photographer Cary Norton decided to create a 127mm f4.7 camera made entirely from LEGO bricks!!! The LEGOtron, Mark I!!! Below Norton explains the technical details of the camera...