Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer


Sony today announced the launch of their new HMZ-T1, a personal head-mounted device that offers a spectacular new style for viewing both 2D and 3D content. Simply slip the device onto your head to experience the movie theater-like virtual screen (equivalent to a 750-inch screen) expand before your eyes. The HMZ-T1 is equipped with the newly-developed 0.7-inch (diagonal 18.0mm) high definition OLED panel (1280 x 720), which has been realized … Read More →

Wacom Inkling


Walcom has turned the world upside down for artists with the introduction of its Wacom Inkling pen. The “old school” workflow for artists meant those who worked in analog format prior to digitizing their work required a further scanning process. But now with the Inkling, you’re able to work digitally and analogously in the same step as the pen, and a sensor records all the necessary movements which can then … Read More →



SOL REPUBLIC join the ever-growing audio market with a new launch set for this fall. The affordable range of on-ear and in-ear headphones look to leverage a more lifestyle approach to their products. Standing for “Soundtrack Of Life,” SOL hopes to partner great customizable design and advanced materials to create something new for the market. The headphone styles start and $60 USD and include two models, the Amps In-Ear and … Read More →

Razer Blade Gaming Laptop


The PC industry introduces the new Razer Blade laptop specially geared toward gaming. The laptop is made with a sturdy aluminum frame with an incredible performance and an all-new revolutionary user interface. The Razer Blade offers the perfect balance between portability and performance with an exterior measuring at 0.88 inches thin and weighing in at only 6.97lbs. Developed in partnership with Intel, the Razer Blade features a fast Intel Core i7 processor and a high performance NVIDIA … Read More →

Cineskates Portable Tripod Dolly

New from Justin Jensen, a designer who originally conceived his revolutionary idea while studying at MIT Media Labs, comes the Cineskates Portable Tripod Dolly. Produced by Cinetics, Mr. Jensen’s Texas-based company, Cineskates allows videographers to capture fluid, quick-moving graphics without spending a huge amount of time and money on such shots. Comprised of three wheels fit onto a GorillaPod focus tripod, the Cineskates device only requires a single ballhead to … Read More →

Benjamin Grosser: Interactive Robot Painting Machine

American artist Benjamin Grosser’s “Robot Painting Machine” is pretty self-explanatorily a mechanical system programmed to respond to certain input (in this case, the sound of its own process) in order to paint a canvas accordingly. During a “performance,” aural cues are captured by a microphone and subjected to fourier analysis to be broken down into useful data for the machine, which then integrates the information into a genetic algorithm that … Read More →

Sony dev-5 Digital Binoculars


New from Sony comes a product that is sure to excite birdwatchers and peeping Toms the world over. Dubbed as the first-ever digital binoculars, the dev-5 offers requisitely high levels of magnification as well as the opportunity to record full HD video (including stereo sound), an option to use a 3D record mode which captures scenes in stereoscope for playback on 3D-ready devices, and even the ability to take 7.1-megapixel … Read More →

Bluelounge MiniDock for Apple Devices


Bluelounge today announces the release of its MiniDock, a cord-free wall charger and display-docking station made for Apple iPhone and iPod devices that uses the existing Apple USB Power Adapter. MiniDock allows consumers to charge and display their iPhone in an upright position in any electrical outlet without disorganized cords. Intended for use with existing Apple USB Power Adapters, your iPhone or iPod can now plug directly into an electrical … Read More →

BlackBerry 7 Smartphones


Barely surviving Apple’s veritable onslaught of technologically-advanced and aesthetically-appealing phone products, BlackBerry has crawled out from the dust to offer their rebuttal: the 7 series of smartphones. Sleek and powerful, the phones all boast sophisticated touchscreens, BlackBerry’s brand new “7″ interface and operating system, liquid graphics technology, better-integrated social media and web features, and are powered by a 1.2 GHz processor. A formidable competitor to the iPhone and Droid offerings … Read More →

uniform experiment x LASONiC iPod Boombox


Japanese contemporaries uniform experiment unveil a new collaborative project produced in conjunction with storied electronics specialists LASONiC. Together the two develop a minimalist boombox which follows the simple aesthetics usually enforced by the uniform experiment brand. Keeping the branding element to a minimum, the boombox comes in a simple black colorway with silver accents and full iPod capabilities. Priced at ¥52,500 JPY (approximately $673 USD), this new age “ghetto blaster” … Read More →