stuff we drool about

Noteslate | The Tablet That Imitates Paper

The NoteSlate is a tablet with 13-inch E-Ink imitating paper. You can take notes with pen and store them digitally - so simple yet so genius. You will never buy a new Moleskine notebook.The NoteSlate identifies drawings on the screen and shows variations between the colors red, blue and green. It will be released in June this year for $100.



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Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Camera | Image

Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Camera

The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Camera is a new gadget that aims to combine the best of both the digital and analog worlds… you still get the pic printed when you take it, but you can add some cool digital filters and even edit it before, you may also store it should you like to keep it, print out some extra photos, or even download it to print in other formats. Another cool feature is that it brings back that cool nostalgic 1:1 square format that we just don’t see ...
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FILMBORN APP

Film fanatics have a new app to drool over, Filmborn is an iOS-exclusive app designed to bring film stock emulation to the iPhone. Filmborn is striving to set itself apart, the apps real selling point are the 9 film emulations users can choose from, including Ilford Pan F, Fuji 400H or Fuji 800Z. Each is almost infinitely customizable beyond the basic preset to really nail a personal style. With film live-preview, gesture controlled white balance and exposure, true-...
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BIOLITE BASECAMP STOVE

Remember the innovative BioLite Camp Stove, a portable stove that uses nothing but the sticks and twigs around you to cook meals and charge gadgets? Well, the same team behind the innovative project have recently developed a larger version, the BioLite BaseCamp Stove, a cooking and charging device for groups. The portable cooker is also powered by burning wood, and converts heat from your fire into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. You can then use...
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