Math class just got a whole lot easier. I can’t see too many teachers being very happy with the creation of this app. PhotoMath won’t be available ’til early 2015, but you can be notified when it’s available. Check out their website here.
Apple held another keynote the other day to show off some new gadgets. One of the new products was the brand new 27″ iMac with a 5K retina display. The 5K display is seven times greater than 1080p. That’s some crystal clear quality. The computer will also pack a 3.5GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive. Prices start at $2500 for these suped-up computers. Available here.
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a chameleon? This Interacket Jacket would be perfect for you. Drapog Design are the ones responsible for this crazy piece of technological fashion.
Technology — specifically technology in the field of graphic design — is continually making leaps and bounds towards furthering our enjoyment of entertainment. Somehow, these designers are creating digitally rendered images that are nearly impossible to distinguish from reality (and somehow I’m still getting suckered into paying 12 dollars for a f*cking Godzilla ticket). If this video fooled you for even a second (which it did, don’t be telling stories now) then just think about the implications that this type of computer animated technology can lead to in terms of the future of gaming, movies, and of course blowing the average individual’s mind sending them into a spiraling confusion of what is and isn’t reality. Source: Blazepress
HTC just unveiled their new RE Camera, which seems to be their answer to the almighty GoPro. The RE Camera is meant to be a one-handed use, compact camera that uses intuitive design, cinematic features, and instant streaming & cloud back-up. The camera specs include a 16 megapixel camera, and 1080p HD video recording, as well as Bluetooth 4.0. However, my favorite feature is that it looks like a submarine periscope. Pre-order it for $199 over at Best Buy.