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Apple Icam | By Antonio Derosa

A few months ago we featured the amazing WVIL camera, by many considered the future of digital photography. This is another very good looking concept, iCam is the vision of Italian designer Antonio DeRosa, the idea is to have a device that attaches to the iPhone 5, which then allows the user to have a camera with interchangeable lenses. The device would also feature a front-touch screen and a projector. Would be great if apple picked up on this and made it reality. Watch the video



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FLOW WIRELESS CONTROLLER | Image

FLOW WIRELESS CONTROLLER

Flow is a wireless, "Kinect-like" motion controller and dial that makes life a lot easier for digital creatives. Flow is an intuitive and precise shortcut to your favorite actions, you can use hand gesture controls for more than 30 of the most popular applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, Final Cut, AutoCAD or even Spotify. And if you´re a developer, you can build custom Flow interfaces for anything you want! watch the video...
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WIRE APP

Wire is a newly released chat service app that combines all of of its competitors most popular features, and has been designed from-the-ground-up re-imagining what communication should be. Backed by Skype co-founder Janus Friis, the beautifully designed app for Mac, iOS and Android devices, allows users to have one-to-one or group chats, share photos, share SoundCloud music or Youtube videos, and a lot more. Pristine audio quality is also one of its key selling poin...
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WACOM INKLING | DIGITALLY CAPTURES WHAT YOU DRAW | Image

WACOM INKLING | DIGITALLY CAPTURES WHAT YOU DRAW

Wouldn´t it be great if your ideas began as sketches on paper, and automatically became vector graphics?. Inkling is a Wacom pen that has a small receiver device that you attach to any paper or sketchbook, together they capture every stroke of your work of art. You can then convert your design to digital via USB, it then becomes a vector drawing! you can now edit your drawing in any image editing software, how awesome is that? Watch the video...
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