As our technology advances, so it has mingled the virtual and the real world. The best example of this intermingling is known as augmented reality, in which real-world objects can be used to interact with the virtual world and vice versa. Helping this along is depth cameras that allow you to carry out various tricks […]
Touchscreens have graced many a device, and they’re seen almost everywhere today, from kiosks on the street, to the various hand-held devices we use everyday. Putting a twist to the old formula, Nokia’s research lab in Tampere, Finland has built a touchscreen display out of blocks of ice.
Sure, there have been countless CPU designs and mods that people have made, but this is by far the more interesting ones I’ve seen.
Nowadays there are a lot of software that helps you convert from MS Word to PDF format. But ever wonder how you can do the reverse? (ie convert from .pdf to .doc format) Able2Extract Professional is no ordinary PDF converter software. It can convert a PDF file into Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Publisher, Openoffice, HTML, autoCad […]
Here’s one for you hardcore racing game fanatics who also love a bit of DIY. Gamer Lyscho from the OCAU Forums has built his very own racing cockpit that fits nicely within an ottoman.
Here comes another interesting piece of tech from the online design community Quirky; the Contort, which is a USB hub that can manage your drives and cables, all while protecting them.
I’m sure everyone has played with Lego bricks at some point in their childhood and the same goes for me, but give them to a creative adult and you would be surprised at what they can come up with. Here are a couple of interesting printers made of Lego bricks. They’re even fully functional!