Touting itself as the “first random tattoo in the world,” the above QR code tattoo will show you a different video, picture, weather forecasts, etc., every time you scan it.
The next step for digital photography certainly seems to be leaning towards advancing smart phone camera capabilities. One such concept to show the possible future of these devices is the Apple iCam from 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.” See loads more images and a video of the concept at work here.
Source | Bless This Stuff
Preservation is Life | Cool Hunting
Porsche Announces Second Experience Center | Autoblog
Soda Startup Aims To Serve a Beverage You Design From a Vending Machine | Mashable
iNuke Boom, world’s loudest iPod dock, weighs 700 lbs | Los Angeles Times
The Spaceship Has Landed: All the Plans for Apple Campus 2 | Architizer
The Pen Is Mightier Than The Phone: A Case For Writing Things Out | Fast Company
What happens when you cross a whole lot of Jenga games, a stool and a lamp? You get German designer Elena Belmann’s wooden QR code stool. Not only does the stool provide you a place to park your cheeks, but it operates as a scannable QR code and even lights up.
Source | KNSTRCT
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Porn Sites File Lawsuit Over .XXX Domain Names | Mashable
The origin of Mickey Mouse | BBC
Cellphone signals tracking shoppers? | Metro
What’s in a Name? Ask Google | The New York Times
The Eames Studio’s Inspiring History And Unknown Dark Side | Fast Company
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