'magna-tech' innovation lets lens tints be easily switched in and out of the goggle frames, without even removing the device from one's face.
Not sure where you carry the spare lenses though...
Gadgets I lust for
I can't afford to buy all the cool geek stuff out there. So I collect them here instead. Feel free to suggest yours!
Curated by Guillaume Decugis
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I'm not a camera geek anymore so it might be something a lot of you already know but check out how complete a set that makes:
- wide angle lens
All form your iPhone.
Doesn't it make you want to shoot a movie, right now?
iDesk Concept, Provides A Glimpse Of A Future Workspace.
Adam Benton, the designer of this iDesk concept explains how it works: "The desk could sync with your Mac or potentially have a Mac built in, perhaps with a portion of the desk’s surface angled upward to serve as a display. Tactile keyboards could likewise be replaced by a digital touch-sensitive version (endlessly configurable to your preferences for individual apps), and any part of the desk’s surface could be cordoned off as a trackpad area. Files could be transferred easily between Macs, iPhones, iPads, and so on by sitting the devices on the desk and swiping file icons across its surface from one device to the other.”
Thanks to Deloste for the great pick!
A designer's concept Fujitsu Lifebook would come with slots to insert a smartphone, tablet, and digital camera.
This was only a designer's concept so far but I discovered through Tiaan Jonker that now industrial players seem to look at this modular approach mixing tablets, laptop and smartphones.
Still a concept though.
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This is a shorter video focusing on one feature of the Recon device for skiers and snowboarders (for the longer version, see my freeride skiing page). The Recon turns your Ski Goggles into a HUD system, not unlike the one fighter pilots have on planes.
How cooler can it be?
(Only bummer is they only come with specific Goggles. And high pricing.)
Women are more likely than men to purchase tablets, laptops and smartphones, according to a new study.
Women bought an average of 4.7 consumer electronics products in 2010, according to the study. Men purchased an average of 4.2 products.