OOOOh DAMN Now this is some real cool shit right here. A mini drone specifically designed to take selfies, that fits in the back of your iphone case, which you CONTROL with your iphone, AND charges via iphone!
All you do is slide Airselfie out of the case and let it fly up to 20 meters (66 feet) away, where a 5MP camera will be able to take pictures of you and store it in its 4GB internal memory. The drone is also able to record HD-quality footage. There are three flight modes, with the simplest being “Selfie Mode”; presumably this means it’ll just park itself at a distance and take pics. The purpose-built case comes with its own battery, so it’ll charge the drone when not in use, giving it a 3 minute flight time.
Compatible smartphones include the iPhone 6, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, Huawei P9, Google Pixel and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. For those without a compatible phone, a separate power bank is available that can be used to charge the drone up to 20 times. It also sports a Micro-USB port that can be used for charging.
It’s currently undergoing some crowdfunding, with a €179 (US$189) pledge securing you a drone, a phone cover and a Micro USB cable. Shipping is slated for March 2017.
“Simply love this version of the iPhone 6, it has so much substance to it, and as designer Michael Muyunda puts its, this is a pro version that is conceptualized to release alongside the iPhone 6. It is a version meant for developers and power users and is based on technology that should be available between now and the near future. This concept sees the use of a centered more square battery because the regular iPhone layout will not work with the back ‘windows’ layout.
This concept shows a practical way to run a desktop OS on a mobile phone. Everything unnecessary such as the system UI and desktop has been removed.
The sidebar is used to search all desktop apps.
When a desktop app is opened, Linux is virtually booted and the rest are ready to use.
When you press ‘Close all’, Linux is shutdown.
One of the main problems with a desktop OS is the UI size and this can be easily fixed with a smart zoom feature.
When your finger is hovered close to the screen a zoomed area will appear so you can easily get work done easily.
The dock recognizes the iPhone via NFC and wirelessly streams the display over Wi-Fi to any apple device.
The device will also include a HDMI dongle, which can be plugged into any HDMI display much like the chromecast.
The USB ports can be used to fully convert your phone into a PC by connecting peripherals such as keyboard and mice or you could use Bluetooth.”
The Yellow Jacket iPhone case($150) houses a 650k volt stun gun and capable of charging your phone battery. The Yellow Jacket case is a 650,000-volt stun gun that you can activate by pressing a button on the side of the case.
We’ve seen plenty of iPhone stands over the last few months, but this sleek iPhone cradle concept looks good enough to set itself apart from the rest. It features video-out, a charging dock, external function touch-sensitive keys, a clock and display. Not too bad for a simple dock. Best of all, it looks futuristic and smart. Would such a design be enough to make it a success?
There’s a big difference between the iPhone 4 and Galaxy S. No, not iOS vs. Android 2.1 or even Retina vs. Super AMOLED. We’re talking batteries: one is removable and one isn’t — guess which is which? This perennial iPhone “feature” has spawned as entire industry of device-specific accessories that sate the need for more juice while simultaneously killing the form (and aesthetic) of an otherwise pocketable gadget. But hey, it’s your only choice when you’re either too busy (CES) or unable (intercontinental flights) to tether yourself to a power socket. And guess what? Those curvy battery packs that hugged your iPhone 3G/3GS won’t work with the boxy iPhone 4. So, here’s the latest, and one of the first iPhone 4 cases with an extended battery pack to ship. The Mili PowerSpring 4 starts shipping today for £54.99 (or $85 on Amazon). It claims to be the world’s thinnest iPhone 4 battery pack to double your battery life thanks to a 1600mAh capacity Li-Pol battery. That makes this roadwarrior necessity just a bit less evil.
Yosion has introduced a device called the Apple Peel 520. You just slide your iPod Touch into the new Apple Peel adapter, your iPod Touch will turn into a working cellphone. This adapter looks like a iPod touch case, which has a SIM card slot and a dock connector is found on the bottom, powered by an Infineon baseband chip, it not only offers voice calling and text messaging, and also doubles up as an 800mAh battery and provides 4.5 hours of call time or 120 hours of standby juice
Sure, there might be some kind of problem with the signal bar — perhaps it is software, as Apple claim, perhaps not — one day we’ll know. Meanwhile the adoring iPhone loving or loathing public might as well get their gossip going on this O.T.T. rich person’s creation, the $20,000 diamond-encrusted iPhone 4 from designer, Stuart Hughes.
Hughes likes to bling out his Apple devices — you’ll usually find at least one diamond and gold and dragon’s claw-encrusted Apple product emerge shortly after each Apple product introduction. (OK, I made up that bit about dragon’s claws).
Zen Bound 2 carries the same premise as the original Zen Bound: wrap up floating, rotating figurines with a rope. With the gyroscope involved everything feels slightly silkier and roping those damn totems now feels even more natural (not like I know what that really feels like). And the improved graphics are noticeable thanks to the Retina Display.
have a look at it in action in the vid!
doesnt this dude have like the most EPIC voice?? i though i was at the cinema when watching this!
The floating half orbs, the exquisite teardrop, the glowing blue light, and well, everything about these Speakal speakers makes this a number one seller among aliens. Luckily, us humans can buy one too.
Considering their past efforts, Speakal really upped their design chops for the iCrystal. The Speakal iCrystal Docking Station works with all iPhones (yes, even the iPhone 4) and iPods through the dock connector and everything else with a 3.5mm headphone jack. The iCrystal has basic touch functions to go along with a terribly bland, just-from-earth remote. We’d tell you how they sound but frankly we don’t care. When aliens come to Earth, we’ll jam out together with these speakers no matter how bad they are. It’ll set you back $79.99 and you have your choice of black, white, or red.