Nike’s Hyperfuse Technology!
Loving the long weekend!
Infinity. It’s an idea too large for our consciousness, and how can you see that which cannot be contemplated?
Nissan CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) Explained
iOS 5, come to pappa! ;)
Turn Your iPad To iLaptop
If you own an iPad 2 but have been envying the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer’s ability to morph from tablet to laptop, then here’s the ultimate iPad 2 accessory for you. The Crux Loaded is the world’s first clamshell-styled case for the iPad 2 that adds both a trackpad and a keyboard loaded with extra battery power.
While the quality of the iPhone 4′s camera can’t be disputed, it’s not always easy to shoot images with the handset, because the shoot button is a “touch button,” as opposed to a physical one. However, Red Pop can solve this problem. Simply clip the accessory into your iPhone’s 30 pin connector, and you’ll be able to use Red Pop straight off.
ReCraft Your Calender: DiaCarta
Unlike any other planner, Diacarta™ allows you to create a picture of your day. It’s easy. Start with a clock and add an icon for each thing you need to get done.
ReCraft Your Ride: Carbon Fiber Bike HMK 561
Unlike of many other concepts electric bicycle concept HMK 561 from Ralf Kittmann took home an iF Design Award for some seriously forward thinking. Cyclists HMK 561 is made of conductive carbon fiber, which is not only an excellent conductor of electricity, but also acts as a capacitor that can store energy. This energy is obtained by converting the mechanical energy into electrical energy in each mobile connection of mechanism. The resulting energy fed to the engine and lights. And there is already a working prototype!
The final battle for the million between the Russian Shamil ‘Rostov-on-Don’ Abdurahimov and the Brazilian Marcos ‘Santa Cruz’ Oliveira!
Round 2 fight of ADFC, the 8 man MMA open weight tournament for 1,000,000 Emirati Dirhams… CASH!
“Happy” was the theme we were given by the organizers for this year’s F5 Re:Play Fest, held in April in NYC, to create this edition’s pieces, probably the hardest thing to convey in any artistic expression. After a good deal of introspection, and teaming up with awesome motion graphics artist Gerardo del Hierro, we decided that happy wasn’t happy for Physalia unless pliers, microchips and a bit of soldering were involved, and with this idea we resolved to create the happiest machine Physalia has built to date.
Direction: Physalia ( physaliastudio.com ) & Gerardo del Hierro ( grrddh.com/ )
Music: Fernando Dominguez