Articles tagged with: iphone
In response to the concerns of people living in tsunami prone areas of Japan, developers Nabla-Zero have created an iPhone app to help with disaster preparation. The app can determine the effects a tsunami would have in a specific area, depending on the height of the surroundings. This allows the user to be better prepared in the event of an actual Tsunami.
The app is available for free download in the Appstore. I haven’t had a chance to play around with it. I would be good to see a review.
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An app that let’s you use your iPhone to tickle your friend’s hand across great distances (..why?). Being developed at the University of Electro-Communications Japan, this application has a preloaded image of a palm that looks like yours, so with the phone in hand it’s like you’re staring at your palm. Your friend has the same. When you make tickling motions with your finger, your friend sees a finger on his iPhone screen that mimics your movement. This movement creates the illusion of actual physical stimulus to you friend; a …
Ever looked at your iPhone cable and thought “This thing is so boring. I wish it was something more. Something more….. disgusting.” No? Well Mio I-zawa did. And thus this unsightly abomination was born. An iPhone charger cable resembling some sort of pulsating alien umbilical cord.
This is actually one of a few mind blowing creations by Mio blending the electronic and organic look into some truly gross and artistic displays. Check them out here.