The "invisible iPhone keyboard" is the creation of Swiss designer Florian Kräutli. Using the iPhone's built-in three-dimesnional accelerometer, the has developed an application that translates vibrations from different surfaces caused by tapping. reflected onto a paper keyboard as guidelines, the app is then calibrated using special software, where a program generates a series of defined patterns using the frequencies collected from the data. From this, each different vibration is then converted as a simulated key press on the 'invisible keyboard'.
These 'horrible holiday hooligans' by Sebastian Reymers Design are a set of creative christmas ornaments, which bring a bit of humor to the holiday season. Handmade out of stiffened felt, metal and wood for the tools, the characters are seen armed with either an axe, saw, or match, as if they were to becausing some chaos.
Lamborghini unveils the Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster features a removable, two-piece carbon fiber top, made from carbon fiber and weighing in at just over 13 pounds. Powered by a 6.5-liter, 700-horsepower V12 modulated by a seven-speed single-clutch paddleshift gearbox. From 0-62 miles in 3.0 seconds, while top speed is a massive 217 mph (350 kilometers per hour). €300,000
MobileCinema i20 projector is the perfect gadget for your iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. The projector is easy to plug onto your iPhone and projects all kind of media onto a screen size of up to 125 cm (50"), or browse the internet in the evening by projecting the content onto the ceiling.