By Antrepo Design Industry (not in production) http://antrepo4.com/ This clock is not in production, but hopefully it will be soon. I love this design – it is something between a linear radio tuner and a ruler. According to their official blog: “Antrepo Design Industry is now in a research process to find a partner company [...]
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The Spirit of St Louis By The Verdict I’ll start by saying that £49.95 is way too much for what looks to be metal colored plastic and genuine faux wood texture. However, the segregated 7-segment amber LED display looks cool. That almost makes up for the abysmal design of the exterior and the terrible product [...]
by Julien Bergignat This is a neat watch concept by industrial designer Julien Bergignat. The display looks sharper than any e-ink based display I’ve come across but the strong formal elements in this rendering make up for any criticisms I can come up with Given the flexible nature of this medium, I don’t see [...]
Epoch Clock – By ThinkGeek (OEM unknown) I love this clock. It is nerdy on so many levels but manages to keep a good formal arrangement. Who says geeks can’t be designers? The Epoch in this case refers to the Unix Epoch (AKA POSIX Time) of 00:00:00 UTC Jan 1, 1970. Basically, computers count time [...]
By John at Maushammer.com This has got to be one of the coolest watches I’ve seen in a while. It is quite a bit more advanced than the Nixie watch and, unlike the Tokyo Flash watches, the whole face is animated. The display plays a mini-pong game and the score represents the hours and the [...]
They got a pepper bar. ‘Nuff said
A murder of crows in downtown Minneapolis. In my neighborhood, twice per year, there are thousands of crows. Last night, a sizable portion of them were hanging around the church behind my building.
The author of the linked blog made a 144×144 led matrix and then connected it to a Game Boy color. Just watch the YouTube video in awe. kevtris.org via Hack A Day