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Wake Alarm App

Wake is an original iPhone alarm app created by the company Tiny Hearts. The user interface is gorgeous and highly intuitive, it has the particularity of using gestures to control the application. According to the mode you choose, you can snooze the alarm via a small pat on the screen (if in morning mood slap), turn the alarm off by flipping your phone or shake to wake. It is also possible to set the alarm choosing from 3 difficulty settings in shake mode…perfect for heavy sleepers. watch the cool video


Also check out Rise, a minimalist alarm clock app




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FLOATING RECORD VERTICAL TURNTABLE | Image

FLOATING RECORD VERTICAL TURNTABLE

Remember the awesome Bluetooth Gramophone? now the same guys being the revolutionary project are back again with the Floating Record, a spectacular high-performance vertical record player with built-in, dynamic, full-range stereo speakers! Assembled by hand in Chicago, the innovative piece of technology is a all-in-one solution that showcases the record vertically producing the illusion that it’s floating. It features an Audio-Technica AT95E cartridge mounted on a f...
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BLACK | BLACK & WHITE FILM EMULATOR APP | Image

BLACK | BLACK & WHITE FILM EMULATOR APP

Black is the new app to get if you love the beautiful black & white photography from the old days. This nostalgic app tries in fact to emulate the color balance that analog film provided, such as the Fuji Neopan 400, the Kodak Tri-X 400, Lady Grey by Lomography, and the APX by Agfa, just to name a few. With this app you´ll be able to give your photos that great B&W professional style that make photos so much more appealing. The makers of Black have analyzed ...
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KANO | DIY COMPUTER KIT

The most crowdfunded learning invention of all time is now available for pre-order. Kano is an "Ikea-style” kit that allows children of all ages to build a computer from scratch. The DIY computer and coding kit lets everyone from grade school kids to adults build a computer, make games and music, learn to code and invent something new(features open-source software). Kits are described as "simple as Lego" and are expected to ship worldwide in July 2014. w...
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