Yes, more augmented reality fun as Esquire’s December 2009 issue will have lots of augmented reality.
Here’s a cute little concept device known as the AIDA. It is a cute robot head that can give directions.
Those of you who remember the Lite Brite might appreciate this Sketch Art. Same concept, but with actual LEDs.
Those who have iPhones might appreciate the Timelapser, a way to make time-lapse movies form photos. Another new iPhone app is the QuickReader, an e-reader program designed for those speed-readers out there.
Speaking (again) of the iPhone, it would appear that someone launched a class action suit against AT&T and Apple, saying that they “misrepresented the iPhone’s MMS capabilities”.
Considering that Google Android 2.0 has a new navigation app, Telmap’s NAVTEQ iPhone app seems a little…late.
Here is a USB stick made of recycled materials. Say hello to Boardy. I’m serious, that’s it’s name, Boardy.
Nyko has made a Zoom Lens for the DSi camera.