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12 January 5
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Nomad Brush for the iPad

Under - Art, Illustration, Industrial Design, Technology

This appears to be something that I had been waiting for but the video and the website do not provide enough information to address all your questions. It sure is a unique artist paintbrush stylus for the iPad made with a long handle and soft bristles, but is it pressure sensitive? Is it going to work with all those paint and sketch apps out there or would come with it’s own?

The information is very sketchy and I see a slight lag in response (may be just me!) in that three seconds demo shown in the video above. Available February 2011 so meanwhile enjoy this and yes, I hope Wacom is going to wake up soon.

30 December 1
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iPad lighting – how’s that?

Under - Industrial Design, Photography, Technology

Ok – this looks like an upmarket lighting solution where each unit costs somewhere between $499 to $829 depending if it is 16 or 64GB lighting device, or 3G! This would also come in handy to keep the light-person busy or may be not, as it would be rather distracting but anyway nice … as long as it is proof of the concept.

Out of all the unusual iPad usages, this could undoubtedly be put on top. Following the lead from this I could see people using iPad as a chopping board (it has already been used as a chopper though!) or something else.

Regardless, the outcome is great with very soft and diffused light. Interesting experiment by Jesse Rosten.

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2019: A future imagined by Syd Mead

Under - Art, Design, Illustration, Industrial Design, Inspiration, Media, Technology

Visual Futurist Syd Mead (Blade Runner, Aliens, Tron) reflects upon the nature of creativity and how it drives the future. Photographed in P2 High Definition, this featurette provides insight into the fascinating mind of one of the most influential artists of modern cinema and automotive design.

26 November 1
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Multi-touch watch kits for iPod Nano

Under - Design, Industrial Design, Technology

This is brilliant, transform your iPod Nano into the world’s coolest multi-touch watches with TikTok and LunaTik by Scott Wilson and MINIMAL.

The idea to use the Nano as a watch was an obvious one ever since the product was announced. But we wanted to create a collection that was well designed, engineered and manufactured from premium materials and that complemented the impeccable quality of Apple products. Not just clipped on a cheap strap as an afterthought.

The project has raised over $390,000 on Kickstarter.com from over 5000 backers and there are still 20 more days to go.

Update 17/12/2010: The total amount raised is under a million ($941,558) dollars from 13,510 backers which is a record on Kickstarter.com. Interestingly the goal was to raise $15,000.

You can pre-order one here.

16 October 2
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Mojito shoes by Julian Hakes

Under - Industrial Design, Inspiration

Shoe design isn’t something that is discussed here quite often unless done by an architect!

Julian Hakes, an award winning London based architect, first released early images of the elegant and minimalist design for a new ladies fashion shoe back in September 2009 on a design blog where it became a viral and picked up by several leading online blogs resulted into generating media and fashion industry interest.

The Hakes Mojito is a unique shoe design concept. It is a single wrapped geometry which starts under the ball of the foot, sweeps over the bridge, then down below the heel before twisting back on itself to provide the support for the heel and ankle.

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