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Impossible Instant Lab

Transform your digital iPhone images into real instant photographs! This will be made possible if the Impossible Instant Lab project is successfully funded on Kickstarter... by the amount already pledged it should become a reality soon. The device is a fusion of modern technology(iPhone) with retro technology(Polaroid instant camera). All you have to do is choose an image from the Instant Lab app, place the iPhone in the cradle and wait for your photo to develop! source




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SEISMOMETER IPHONE APP

With this cool app by Yellowagents, you can measure everything that vibrates, shakes or moves. Seismometer uses your iPhones built in accelerometer to measure movements in two axes, calculate the resulting energy and draw the results on a rolling logarithmic scale. Apparently this thing is so sensitive, it can even notice your heartbeats!...
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BEATS PILL

Newly released by Beats Electronics is this funky little wireless speaker appropriately named "Pill". Despite its compact size, the Pill produces clear, full-range, powerful sound. It has an internal microphone allowing for easy conference calls and can be operated by any Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 30 feet away. The speaker is lightweight and includes a carry case with a handy carabiner so you can attach it to your backpack. Seems like Jambox finally has so...
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LEICA Q TITANIUM GRAY

Leica has revealed a new "Titanium Gray” iteration of its popular Leica Q camera, bringing a brand new, alternative design to the successful, high-performance compact camera. Opting for a two-toned look in place of the all-black aesthetic of the original, the limited-edition release combines the premium look of precious metal with classic black elements. Offering the same performance and technical specifications of its black model predecessor, the Leica Q "Titanium ...
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