Capture picture perfect moments on your iPhone and then print them off with the Bolle BP-10 photo Printer with. It is the very first iPhone Printer in the world. The printer provides full size 4 x 6 inch photographs so you can keep your memories safely stored in frames. Put your iPhone into the dock, then just simply download and install the Bolle Photo app to select photos from your iPhone album or take a brand new photo using the application. This printer and dock even re-charges your iPhone whilst its printing. There is even an option to print multiple copies, up to 4, incase you need to print off more than 1 of the same photo. This iPhone Printer can be avail for $£119.99 ($191 USD).
- Print photo’s directly from your iPhone
- Charges your iPhone when docked
- 4 x 6″ (A6) photo printing with easy Handling
- Select different partitions to add multiple images to one picture
- Print off multiple copies
- Compact and reliable design
Are looking for a case for your iPhone 4 that can simply be clipped on your belt? well, Here is a case worth looking at!. We’ve seen different cases for iPhone 4, some look elegant, some are extremely heavy duty, some being flimsy and utterly useless. Thanks to the Vandelay Case with Holster from AGF. The Vandelay Case by AGF is a wonderful middle ground between almost non-existent and big and bulky.
A great excuse for any situation – AGF’s iPhone 4 Vandelay Case. Show off your new phone in style with AGF’s iPhone 4 Vandelay Case, a two piece shell offering amazing impact protection. Best of all this case comes with an extremely durable AGF Holster! We assure you, you won’t be disappointed.
- Bottom removes for easy docking
- Access to all controls, ports and camera
- Includes holster with video-stand
- Can face either in or out
The Vandelay Case is a two-piece iPhone case, with case for the iPhone and belt-clip holster. iPhone can face in to protect screen in holster. Made of molded plastic; back of case is red leather (FYI, vegans and animal rights activists). It is available at AT&T retail stores for $34.99 USD.
Are you a music lover? and you need to listen to some music before you can actually fall asleep? Then Sound Asleep pillow will fit for your problems. This wonderfully squishy pillow has a built-in speakers that can connect to any audio source including iPods, mp3 players, radios and TVs. The built-in speaker pillow sings out its desire to bring peace , if not quiet, to the sleeping masses. Simply plug your music source (iPod, radio, TV out) into the pillow’s. The pillow has a 46 detachable stereo plug and the sound quality coming out of the speaker is fairly decent too. The pillow is otherwise a normal fluffy pillow it relieves your stress and tension, it won’t disturb others. 100% cotton with an all-polyester fill and 180 thread count. Measures 20″ x 26″.
For $30, It’s a fun combination of comfort and sound without headphones so you can easily drift off to sleep while enjoying your favorite music.
Nowadays, a lot of new technologies, gadgets, products that has been released, majority of them are cases designed for iPhone’s. The iBlackBoard, which is thankfully just a design concept by KALOMIX LIMITED, falls into that latter category. The Blackboard iPhone case concept, called iBlackboard, is far from practicality because, whatever you write on the case will most likely get rubbed off when you put it in your pocket, or it will likely to be like it has a dust, plus you have to always have a chalk carried around you? And why would and anyone want this if your iPhone’s OS includes a Notepad application by default?. But look at the good side of it, see the benefit of being able to quickly jot down notes without even having to unlock the iPhone, or even being able to sketch your own custom case design.
Is it a good idea to have case like this to jut down easily what you want to write, but you need a chalk to carry around you? or you want to go better with expensive electronics?
What do you think?
Palm Top Theater puts 3D movies in the palm of your hand. It is an exhibition consisting of a device called i3DG. i3DG derives from the words”I”, “3D”, and “Gadget”.
i3DG is invented by Jitsuro Mase, a media artist, and produced by DIRECTIONS, Inc, a Japanese media production company.
i3DG is a playful analog extension to an iPhone or an iPodTouch, converting its 2D display into a layered 3D view. Using the old technique of placing a half-silvered mirror at a 45-degree angle in front of an image, in a new context, the project extends upon 3D displays and iPhones. As a peripheral gadget, i3DG can support a wide range of different applications, from 3Dvideos and animations to accelerometer-based games.
This device lets you enjoy 3D movies right in the palm of your hand without 3D glasses or other gear. Both production and playback of the visuals do not require special technology or equipment, such as shooting imagery with 2 cameras or using complicated CG technique for image production. It has won a prize of an international competition, Ars Electronica Festival 2010 Honorary Mention.
HOW IT WORKS 2D-3D
i3DG Palm Top Theater via CreativeApplications.Net
The nation’s second-largest toy maker Hasbro is set to unveil to investors on Tuesday a handheld device called My3D that attaches to the two Apple Inc. devices. It promises three-dimensional content that offers a 360-degree experience in gaming, virtual travel experiences and entertainment content.
Hasbro said it was guided by Apple during development and believes there’s nothing available that matches the quality and 3-D experience on the iPhone or iPod Touch.
According to AP, It will be priced at $30. The device resembles a pair of binoculars with a slot in which users insert their iPod or iPhone.
It will be available starting next spring at stores where Apple’s iPhones and iPod Touches are available.