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Thursday, 16th May 2013 at 2:37pm
The series was created as a way to connect the time she spent in New York with her new home London. The series was released on Instagram using a set of photos she took of New York on her iPhone during her last month in the city, she then took the same number upon arrival in London. She then used software on her phone to carefully overlap the images, created a merged image of the two cities.
The full collection can be seen on Yatzer here. Zalcman also has a Kickstarter to get the photographs published as a book here.
Saturday, 27th April 2013 at 11:03am
The app gives users the chance to browse the 250 exhibits on display at the museum as well exploring maps of the area where these ancient cities sat in the Bay of Naples.
Built by mobile app developer Apadmi, it also contains exclusive video content including interviews with the curator.
It was created to help those who may not be able to attend the exhibition in person due to its popularity, to explore the sights, sounds and artifacts.
The exhibition curator Paul Roberts said: “We are delighted to invite tablet and smart phone users all over the world to explore the content of our Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum exhibition. Good clear explanations and beautiful, detailed images of the remarkable objects offer an exciting opportunity to investigate the stories of these cities in the pail of your hand.”
The app is available now for iPad, iPhone and will be on android devices from May 2nd, whilst the exhibition is running until the 28th September 2013.
Find out more here.
Tuesday, 9th April 2013 at 1:15pm
An artist has decided to immortalise actions used with touchscreen products. In her project 'Multi-touch gestures', Gabriele Meldaikyte built five different sculptures that used the main motions associated with touchscreen devices.
The gestures, which seem almost second nature to most; including babies trying to swipe a magazine to read it, are also seen as a signature of the Apple iPhone.
Gabriele believes that this method of interaction with technology will be completely different in 10 years time. So she wanted to immortalise them by translating this interface language of communication into 3D objects which mimic every multi-touch gesture.
Sunday, 2nd December 2012 at 5:28pm
If you're looking for the perfect gadget for someone with an iPhone then have a look at The Pinball Magic accessory.
Apparently it is a very realistic experience with a machine cabinet that holds the phone and folding legs for easy transport.
You can get hold of it for around £25 from various retailers - find it here.
Tuesday, 27th November 2012 at 6:55pm
This great gadget is shaped after a bonsai tree, but instead of leaves it has solar panels on its branches. It stores up the energy it collects allowing you to charge your gadgets wirelessly.
But it comes at a price - around about £175 if you can get your hands on one.
Tuesday, 25th September 2012 at 6:03pm
Tuesday, 25th September 2012 at 5:41pm
Monday, 27th February 2012 at 7:00am
With the Makego app you can turn your iPhone into a racing car, ice cream van, or river boat, simply download the Makego app and select your vehicle. Then add Lego for cars or maybe a pencil case for a boat.
The app allows you to interact with the drivers via some very cute animations and sound. If you are looking for a second childhood or are just bored then get downloading.
Monday, 11th July 2011 at 11:34am
Photojojo could have possibly overdone it with their latest iPhone SLR Mount. But the support is compatible with any Nikon or Canon EOS lenses, turning your smartphone into a professional camera. After all, it is true that smartphones have photographic ambitions, with all the photo retouching and special effects applications.
You might be stared at while you are using this mount, but it is a very cool concept.
Read more on Cool Hunting.
Monday, 14th March 2011 at 7:41am
Wednesday, 9th March 2011 at 12:29pm
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Tuesday, 1st March 2011 at 11:23am
A complex app, the Robert Walter Associates Salary Survey provides an interactive salary checker for a wide range of professional roles, including accountancy and finance, banking, human resources, IT, legal and compliance, sales and marketing, secretarial, engineering and supply chain & procurement, across many countries and regions.
After several months of development the app has been a great success across the globe, with many great reviews and has reached 16th in the overall Business App Chart.
The Robert Walters Associates Salary Checker app is now being marketed to professionals worldwide. To check out whether you are being paid the right salary download the app here.
Friday, 25th February 2011 at 4:25am
Saturday, 30th October 2010 at 6:42am
Do you get frustrated with the size of your touch screen on the iPhone. Well now you can plug it into the “Table Connect”, a table that turns its screen into a massive 58-inch multitouch surface to let you search and browse the data. Your iPhone's screen is projected onto its surface, allowing complete control over your iPhone.
Click here to see more.
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