We have seen many lead images of DSC-Q10 and the DSC-QX100. Today Sony announced the Cyber-Shot QX Lens Cameras, the DSC-Q10 and the DSC-QX100. Now you check out from the SONY website and Amazon, they are pre-order. "They have built-in sensor, Bionz processor, Wifi/NFC wireless connection and SD card slot. These lenses have no LCD screen and no usual camera controls. You will be able to control them through your smartphone(via WiFi or NFC). "
From the University of Iowa Special Collections & Archives website, posted by Colleen Theisen: "This is one example of a fore-edge painting from a four volume set of scientific books* which are divided by season. Each has a landscape painting of the season hidden until you begin to read it and bend the pages to turn them." *"Autumn; or; The causes, appearances, and effects of the seasonal decay and decomposition of nature"; 1837. By Robert Mudie.
It combines a beanbag with a hammock. Hammocks are already comfortable enough as they are. But adding the cushy comforts of a beanbag? Good idea. The Le Beanock($315+) is essentially a suspended beanbag, made from cotton
The Berlin Boombox, made by Berlin-based designer & illustrator Axel Pfaender, is made from heavy corrugated cardboard. It features a strong carrying handle and a single big knob for power and volume. The Berlin Boombox comes as a kit consisting of a die-cut cardboard structure and all electronic parts. Assembly is easy, glue-free, tool-free and takes only several minutes. $80
Rainbow Pencils by British designer Duncan Shotton are made from recycled paper and let you create beautiful paper rainbows every time you sharpen them. Each pencil has a 6-layer rainbow core and comes finished in either black or white. There's 5 in a pack and the simple design makes a great gift.
Owlet smart sock transmits a child's heart rate, oxygen levels, skin temperature, sleep quality and sleep position to a parent’s smartphone. It uses four tiny sensors to monitor heart rate and oxygen levels. The gadget will also send data anonymously back to the company, which plans to assemble a database to help spot problems and warn parents about them as early as possble.