Annotate, edit and save your photos & scribbles… fast
Skitch, the popular desktop app has gone mobile. Annotate an image with arrows, shapes and text. Sketch something new and markup an existing photo, then save your creations to Evernote or share them with other applications.
Drawing attention to your images has never been easier. Here are some ways to use Skitch:
– When you’re at a conference, take a snapshot of the people you meet, annotate it with their names and save it into Evernote.
you can download it from Google playstore & App Store
launched just a few days ago, and already smashing through their $250,000 backing requirement,Powered by an Android OS, the Instacube is a 600×600 digital photo frame of sorts, connected to the world via your wireless network, and designed to constantly stream your Instagram feeds directly to the screen, coming complete with a button on the frame to ‘like’ your favourite photos.
it was really thrilling to see such a thing, long time a go i was chatting with my wife and we kind of agreed that its about time to have something like this. (we were influenced by minority report film ).
Google has taken the wraps off its long-rumored augmented reality glasses project, officially dubbed “Project Glass.”
A concept video, titled “One day..( below) shows how Google’s glasses might work. In the video, the user performs tasks commonly handled by smartphones, such as scheduling meetings, taking pictures, checking the weather, getting directions, and placing a video call. The information simply hovers in the user’s field of view, and the interface is controlled by voice or other inputs.
According to Wired, at least a couple of experts say the technology Google is showing off can’t possibly deliver what the concept video depicted.
And according to Pranav Mistry, an MIT Media Lab researcher and one of the inventors of a wearable computing system called SixthSense, “The small screen seen in the photos cannot give the experience the video is showing.”
He also said that even if Google was able to overcome technical barriers, you shouldn’t expect to see real AR glasses on the market for at least two years. That’s because of limitations with what current head-up displays can do and the fact that actual augmented reality in a display would necessitate additional eye-reading hardware, allowing for dynamic focus.
Another concern is that creating a transparent display that is easily viewable both inside and outside is tricky
If the below video is shared among many demanding companies ,client and theiragencies. A better understanding for creativity vs. deadlines might even fuel mutual beneficial relationships between brands and agencies.
Finder is a two-part RFID Locator comprising of the main terminal and tab stickers. Basically you are supposed to stick the tracking stickers to objects that you tend to misplace often, like keys, phone, wallet etc. Configure the sticker with the appropriate label on the main terminal and you are set to use it. No more lost keys again, yay!
This is magnificent design by : DESIGNNOBIS and Dr. Hakan Gürsu
Beetling is an airport traveler seat which is designed to meet the needs for waiting passengers. It has an elegant and transparent design that builds an advertising region that will be in sight of the passengers. The dual transparent layers of the body seize the poster still. It is also possible to alternate of the poster by the airport staff when required. It is easy to clean and can be arranged in various arrangement along with the mediator service points. It is flexible to answer the contemporary and vibrant architectural requirements. The sitting surface has rubber disks which provide skin refreshment. It has perforations to provide ventilation. It is user- friendly and can be assembled easily