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This Monolith Case($260) by Century which is able to project images in 640×360 resolution, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, with 12 lumens of brightness. The largest projection size recommended is 60 inches, but better be in a dark environment. (Check out the video) The Monolith also does double duty as an external battery pack, featuring 1,900mAH battery raising your phone’s life by an estimated 50%. It will require 4 hours to fully charge although it shouldn’t impact your phone’s charge time. It is Japan only and will set you back $260.
"Daniela first came up with the idea last fall when applying to art schools. She was getting a portfolio together and while sketching some ears in her sketchbook (one of the prompts from a school) the initial EARonic mockup and portfolio piece came to be. "
"The camera attaches to your wall or ceiling using a magnetic mount that lets you swivel the camera to get the optimum field of view, then sends its signals wirelessly to your home network. Unlike other systems that require a running computer, and at least one webcam to operate, the iZON can stream audio and video directly to your iOS device. It can be configured to send push notifications when the camera detects motion or audio, and can even record what's happening directly to a private access only YouTube channel. "
Wow, the iNecklace($75), it is a aluminum pendant, and has an LED that pulsates when you connect the battery. It is not cheap, $75.If you want to save some cash and you're handy to boot, you could just make one yourself. Adafruit has posted all the instructions on what you need and how to do it here.
The Table Drum Augmented Audio application allows iOS device users to turn that acoustic finger pounding into digitized drum sounds, in real time. The app works like a drum pad but instead of tapping the screen to trigger samples, it uses the microphone to listen for taps from your fingers. It’s smart enough to distinguish between 4 different sounds too. So the sound of your finger tapping the dinner table could be used to trigger a high hat sound, while the clink of your fork on your glass could trigger a kick drum sound.
It's available now from the iTunes Store for US$3.99 .
"With just one cable, connect any Thunderbolt-enabled Mac and get 27 inches of high-resolution screen space, high-quality audio, a FaceTime HD camera, FireWire 800 and Gigabit Ethernet ports — and a Thunderbolt port you can use to daisy-chain additional high-performance peripherals such as hard drives and video capture devices. "