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Corning Releases Day of Glass 2 – Where Screen Display Technology might Go

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 06:03 PM PST

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style="text-align: left;">Corning the company behind the famous Gorilla Glass screen technology found in many phones and tablets have been living and breathing the avant garde. The brilliant minds at the company have been releasing concept technology for many years trying to get companies to bite. They released a new video today that expanded upon their original day of glass video that saw seminal success.

The video shows how their glass technology can be employed in the home, school, business and medical fields. Words simply cannot do this video justice and you have to watch it to fully appreciate the companies vision to durable and highly interactive display surfaces.

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Xbox co-creator brings together Atari ‘dream team’ for mobile gaming startup

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 04:04 PM PST

A new mobile gaming startup that’s yet to release a single game isn’t the sort of thing we’d normally cover ’round here, but the story behind Los Angeles-based Innovative Leisure is anything but ordinary. The man behind the company is the co-creator of the Xbox, Seamus Blackley, and he’s brought with him eleven industry veterans that he calls “the dream team from Atari,” including the likes of Van Burnham, Ed Logg, Rich Adam, Tim Skelly, Owen Rubin, and Ed Rotberg. While those names may not be familiar to everyone, you’ll surely recognize some of the games they were responsible for: Asteroids, Centipede, Gauntlet, Missile Command, Battlezone, S.T.U.N. Runner, Major Havoc and Space Duel, to name a few.

Speaking with VentureBeat, Blackley describes mobile devices as “the new arcade” and 99 cent games as the “new quarter,” adding that he’s aiming to carry on where Atari left off, “focusing on innovation in gameplay.” To help with that, the company has secured backing from THQ, which has reportedly agreed to an initial slate of ten games, seven of which are now in development (with only the iPhone and iPad mentioned as supported platforms so far). Unfortunately, details remain light beyond that, with Blackley only offering late summer or fall as an estimated release date for the first titles. In the meantime, you can find more of the backstory at the links below (THQ’s press release can also be found after the break).

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Pentax K-01 By Marc Newson

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 02:32 PM PST

Pentax K-01 By Marc Newson

Designed by Marc Newson, the Pentax K-01 features a durable machined aluminum frame, a large 16-megapixel APS-C sized CMOS image sensor, a high-resolution 3-inch LCD display, Full HD 1080p video capture at 30fps with h.264 compression, an ISO range of 100-25,600 and a fast 6fps burst mode for fast-action photography. The camera is compatible with around 25+ million PENTAX K-mount lenses. Available in yellow, black and white, the Pentax K-01 by Marc Newson will be released in March 2012 for 9.95 (body only) and 9.95USD (lens kit including new DA 40mm XS). [Press Release]


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Celebrating Ten Years of Electrolux Design Lab

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 08:33 AM PST

Electrolux Design Lab is in its tenth year and we are pretty excited about the 2012 competition. As Henrik Otto, Senior Vice President of Global Design at Electrolux puts it, "Ten years ago we set out to map the future. In what direction is our industry evolving? How will we cook, clean and wash our clothes in the years to come? What will the appliance of the future look like? To date we have reviewed over 10,000 design concepts but each year I'm seeing new concepts and ideas I never thought possible."

The brief for 2012 is to Design Experience! Inspired by the Electrolux Cube experience, Design Lab wants designers to conceptualize appliances that provide a "fuller sensory experience." Before you reach out for your sketchbook, take a look at the winning design from 2003 through 2011. Hopefully this year YD will be celebrating your design too!

Please Note: Deadline for entries is 23:59 CET June 1, 2012 | For details and rules head here!

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Icon Fantasy Kitchen by Tamas Cosovan, Hosszu Gergely, Franziska Schmid, Dominik Langhammer, Domenico Farina, Wolfgang Stegmann, Taro Gragnato, Catia Sul and Nicolas de Benoist

class="style1">2004 Theme: Designs for 2015

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Rockpool Waterless Dishwasher by Ross Nichols, Douglas Nash and Oysten Lie

class="style1">2005 Theme: Designs for 2020

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Air Wash Waterless Washing Machine by Wendy Chua and Gabriel Tan

class="style1">2006 Theme: Designs for Healthy Eating Habits

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Nevale Mobile Food Carrier by Metin Kaplan

class="style1">2007 Theme: Eco Design

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E-Wash – Natural Detergent (Soap Nut) Washing Machine by Levente Szabo

class="style1">2008 Theme: The Internet Generation

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Flatshare – Stackable Refrigerator for Roommates by Stefan Buchberger

class="style1">2009 Theme: Design for the Next 90 Years

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Cocoon Cooking Concept by Rikard Hederstierna

class="style1">2010 Theme: The 2nd Space Age

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The Snail Induction Cooking Element by Peter Alwin

class="style1">2011 Theme: Intelligent Mobility

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Portable Spot Cleaner for Traveling Executives by Adrian Mankovecký

class="style1">2012 Theme: Design Experience

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Winner: YOU!

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Celebrating Ten Years of Electrolux Design Lab

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 08:33 AM PST

Electrolux Design Lab is in its tenth year and we are pretty excited about the 2012 competition. As Henrik Otto, Senior Vice President of Global Design at Electrolux puts it, "Ten years ago we set out to map the future. In what direction is our industry evolving? How will we cook, clean and wash our clothes in the years to come? What will the appliance of the future look like? To date we have reviewed over 10,000 design concepts but each year I'm seeing new concepts and ideas I never thought possible."

The brief for 2012 is to Design Experience! Inspired by the Electrolux Cube experience, Design Lab wants designers to conceptualize appliances that provide a "fuller sensory experience." Before you reach out for your sketchbook, take a look at the winning design from 2003 through 2011. Hopefully this year YD will be celebrating your design too!

Please Note: Deadline for entries is 23:59 CET June 1, 2012 | For details and rules head here!

class="style1">2003 Theme: User Driven Solutions

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Icon Fantasy Kitchen by Tamas Cosovan, Hosszu Gergely, Franziska Schmid, Dominik Langhammer, Domenico Farina, Wolfgang Stegmann, Taro Gragnato, Catia Sul and Nicolas de Benoist

class="style1">2004 Theme: Designs for 2015

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Rockpool Waterless Dishwasher by Ross Nichols, Douglas Nash and Oysten Lie

class="style1">2005 Theme: Designs for 2020

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Air Wash Waterless Washing Machine by Wendy Chua and Gabriel Tan

class="style1">2006 Theme: Designs for Healthy Eating Habits

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Nevale Mobile Food Carrier by Metin Kaplan

class="style1">2007 Theme: Eco Design

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E-Wash – Natural Detergent (Soap Nut) Washing Machine by Levente Szabo

class="style1">2008 Theme: The Internet Generation

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Flatshare – Stackable Refrigerator for Roommates by Stefan Buchberger

class="style1">2009 Theme: Design for the Next 90 Years

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Cocoon Cooking Concept by Rikard Hederstierna

class="style1">2010 Theme: The 2nd Space Age

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The Snail Induction Cooking Element by Peter Alwin

class="style1">2011 Theme: Intelligent Mobility

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Portable Spot Cleaner for Traveling Executives by Adrian Mankovecký

class="style1">2012 Theme: Design Experience

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Winner: YOU!

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Apple Camera Will Make Fanboys Happy!

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 06:59 AM PST

Ever fantasized about an Apple Camera? I know they are doing a decent job with the iPhone and dedicated apps make the experience of going click-click even better. But just for a Moment, stop in your tracks and let go of all your reservations…and then picture the Apple Camera, is it as innovative as the QuickTake Concept? Maybe not, so step right in to know more….

Features

  • Never seen before design using glass and recycled aluminum
  • Long battery life
  • Graphic interface (GUI) looks like an iPad with full touch screen

Microphone and Voice Control

  • The Quicktake is the first smart digital camera
  • It includes a microphone that can record HD sound while eliminating unwanted noise around
  • Allows recordings according to the modes, focusing on a particular sound while minimizing others (video mode)
  • Voice Control lets you take pictures or choose the options with your voice
  • In self-portrait mode (or when you use a tripod), it’s enough to say “Cheeseeee” for example for the device to make a statement and take the picture
  • Voice control also allows to settle the device according to the modes

Camera Lens

  • Camera lens takes 32 MP, 1080P videos without compression
  • This is the first rotating camera lens in the world
  • The “Eyefocus+” in video mode can target the person by reproducing the effect of the human eye, (the camera lens can be rotated a few millimeters to the left and right as human eyes to capture more images) creating an unprecedented focus effect. There are different modes, such as slow motion video, 3D panorama mode, HDR, the burst mode at 60 frames per second, image stabilization, smile detection and tracking of the eyes, never to lose the only right time, anti blur mode, most advanced in the world
  • Integrated LED flash units operate independently of each other to deliver perfect photos and videos even in low light, automatic red-eye removal etc.

Retina Mini Cinema HD touchscreen with IPS technology

  • The Special feature of this digital camera is the fact that the extra wide screen can be swiveled 360 °.
  • Take a picture of startling self-portrait regardless of their quality
  • Once you have rotated the screen, the device goes into portrait mode by default
  • The Touch HD screen is LED backlit, with high pixels per inch
  • The light sensor adjusts the screen brightness automatically
  • Zoom with your fingers like smartphones

Calendar Pics

  • This feature lets you group photos based on several criteria, faces, dates taken, places etc.
  • You can take pictures based on those previously taken, which simplifies the settings

Battery

  • Battery is integrated into the Quicktake, which is charged with 30 pin dock connector from Apple
  • It also supports GPS, Wi-Fi, Airprint, Airplay, Photobooth, auto modes, strong Edit modes, autofocus (AF), HD speakers, automatic upload to Youtube, Flickr
  • Even if the display is closed, proximity sensor that adjusts the settings as you are very close or very far from the camera

Designer: Joseph Dumary

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Armida A2 Watch Review

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 05:23 AM PST

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This is the Armida A2, and I like it quite a lot. Let me explain why I think this is one watch that is worthy of your consideration.

Armida is a Hong Kong-based brand, using Fullswing for manufacturing, as do other brands such as the Helsons reviewed here.

This becomes very obvious once you see the Armida packaging:

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That’s the same bulletproof plastic cylinder as Helson with foam interior. Since the sourcing was so apparent, I decided to discuss it here a bit. Fullswing makes good stuff, and their prices are excellent. I actually like that the founders are up front about who makes their watches; there’s too much secrecy and disinformation in this industry. Bravo!

Moving on to the watch itself:

  • Automatic dive watch, ETA 2824 (9) or Miyota 8215 (9). Also available in PVD finish for 9 and 9.
  • Water resistant to 500m
  • Includes Oyster-style bracelet and Isofrane-style rubber strap
  • Bracelet has screwed links, solid end links, fixed-length diver’s extension, four micro adjustments and snap clasp with flip lock. Brushed finish throughout, 22mm tapering to 18 at the clasp, 4mm thick
  • Sapphire crystal
  • Stainless steel case, signed screwdown crown and caseback
  • Lumed bezel (C3 SuperLuminova, very bright) and hands. Not sure what material the bezel is.
  • 42mm case, 43mm at the bezel, 13mm thick, 22mm lugs and 51mm lug to lug
  • 90g for the watch, 110g with strap and 175g with bracelet

Armida has a range of dive watch designs, with their no-nonsense formula right on their home page:

Our watches are tough and reliable, clean and easy to read, top quality, Tool diver watches and are very reasonably priced.

The A2 certainly qualifies. The design is known as a ‘milsub,’ or ‘military submariner,’ based on two Ministry of Defense contracts in the 1960s and 70s. The Omega Seamaster 300 and Rolex 5517, both quite similar in design due to the contract terms, are the parents of the genre. The result is one of my all-time favorite functional designs: 60-minute bezel, sword hands, dive bezel of course, as much lume as possible and a clean, legible dial. No cyclops, 15-minute bezel or excessive branding. The Armida adds some subtle refinements to the design: A steeper-sloped rehaut (more room for dial), a bit larger case at 42mm, and a low-key date window sans rim at 4:30. Of course, the modern improvements as well: robust 500m case, sapphire crystal, shock-protected ETA or Miyota movements, better lume and the new lumed bezel.

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The milsub look is perhaps the only significant downside of this watch, in that it might be mistaken for the Rolex. However, very few people have seen a Rolex milsub, as their low production numbers command prices around 0,000 and without the Mercedes hands, cyclops and branding it doesn’t look much like a modern model.

Personally, I care not at all. As I’ve said before, the military are pragmatic first and foremost, and their needs produced a superbly functional and versatile design. Lacking the polished shiny bits and bling, it can and does go from beach to jeans to suit with no effort at all. At 42mm it’s the right medium sized watch, not too large and still able to slide under shirt cuffs at 13mm.

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Fit and finish are excellent. The bezel, initially stiff, loosened up after a couple of days and is a nice, precise 120 clicks. The lume on it and the dial is excellent, as good as any I’ve seen. Lights up quickly, legible after a solid ten hours:

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Armida regulates their watches before they ship, and the results are good. This one keeps time better than any watch I’ve seen, running under 1/2 second per day slow! Personally, unless you really want a beater, I’d recommend the ETA over the Miyota as the 8215 is less accurate and doesn’t hack. The Miyota is, however, built to survive very rough treatment and years of no service.

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The bezel has teeth cut at a 45 degree angle with just a bit of lip, making for good purchase from the side and above. A good design that doesn’t need to be as tall as one with vertical teeth.

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The case back is part of why it’s comfortable to wear, with a smooth bowl shape and laser-engraved details. Notice also the drilled lugs and that the solid end links have small flanges to assist in changes. Laser-engraved signed crown, 7.1mm.

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The sides of the case and the interior of the teeth are the only mirror-polished portions. A nicely made case. Drilled lugs speed strap and bracelet changes.

a2 13 Armida A2 Watch ReviewBracelet, clasp and wetsuit extension. Machined and not stamped, solid stuff.

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With the extension closed, also shows the beveled interior edges on the clasp that keep it from digging into your wrist. I should note that the bracelet also includes two half-links, so sizing it just right is easy to do.

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Now that, I submit, is a classic look.

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(Pardon the partial shadow)

Not too tall, not too heavy, stays put nicely. I wore it for swimming, cycling, a bit of volleyball and the like and it was just fine, never bumping the bone on my wrist. A good size.

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The included rubber strap. Same as Helson, scented Isofrane-style. Big vents are good for super hot or humid weather.

I hope that I’ve managed to convey how much I like this one. It’s not a watch that will garner attention or praise, but if you’re looking for an affordable, well-made, versatile watch that you can wear for decades, the A2 is a winner. It’s hard to explain, but after a month of wearing it I’m seriously debating selling my IWC and just keeping the A2. It really is that great a watch!

Written by Paul Hubbard

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Redesign The Micromax Mobile Logo and WIN a MacBook Pro!

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 03:49 AM PST

Steve Jobs wanted to put the "ding in the universe" and he did. On the same page, you have the ding and need to express it creatively; allow me to give you that opportunity. Micromax Mobile needs a new logo that goes with their audacious, outgoing and dynamic appeal. The winner gets to take home an Apple MacBook Pro, acknowledgments and bragging rights for the rest of their lives! Head over to Talenthouse and submit your ideas now, because this ding-ling will expire on 6th Feb, midnight. Hurry!

Micromax Mobile is looking for a logo that resonates with their personality. In short they are looking for something that is Young, Innovative, Audacious, Outgoing, Dynamic, Fluid & Energetic with an International Appeal.

Enter the competition here.

  • Last date for submission is 6th Feb, 2012 – midnight
  • Contest Open Worldwide
  • Terms & Conditions Apply

You Win

  • Apple MacBook Pro and Acknowledgement of the logo creation on the corporate website of Micromax

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Atypical Time Telling

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 02:13 AM PST

Almost unrecognizable as a watch, the Round-the-Clock bracelet communicates the time with hour and minute rings that rotate around the user’s wrist. Made of stainless steel, plastic and rubber, this exceptional timepiece is modern and elegant with a touch of masculinity that an equally unusual wearer will appreciate.

Designer: Kőrös Benedek

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Chairs With a Kindred Spirit

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 12:38 AM PST

At first glance the collection of Berlin Chaos Chairs might not seem like they have a much in common, but take a closer look and you’ll see that they share what you might call a “common ancestor.” Unique cuts and simple changes in surface finishes transform an ordinary chair into endless variations that however different, are also proportionally and structurally identical.

Designer: EWID

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