Tag Archives: gadget

IKEA reveals cardboard camera & b.a.c.k ?

As you will notice in the near future le FG team is almost back in le HIT mode [oooh yeaah]. For the moment, just a small “SS” post

Digital Camera made out of Cardboard

At the recent Fuorisalone event, a design expo held in Milan, IKEA gave out branded cameras in its press kit to media attendees. The simplistic cardboard camera has built-in memory that can store up to 40 digital photos. It’s powered by two AA-sized batteries and has a pull-out USB connector so you can transfer the photos to your computer. Once you’ve reached 40 photos, you can wipe out the internal memory and start over again.

IKEA’s disposable camera probably won’t be able to handle the wear and tear of ordinary cameras, but it’s certainly a nifty gadget for a branded merchandise.

IKEA

via PSFK

Propulsion Painting by Evan Roth

yo,

big it up cos there is some crazy stuff shared here by the FG :

Evan Roth is playing in a very clever way with our addiction for spraycans and colors & inventions and machines.

Ok, enough with the freeze-framez..here are the videoz…dont miss the action

 

Migrant*Dynasphere??

yo yo yo

wassup little trolls. yes maybe one day your dreams might come true and we will be flying, but wheels were, and still remain, a sure bet..

So some old school pimping on wheels, and luckily you will find the inspiration for your next Evolo competition –aint that right mr Migrant Skyscraper?–hahahahahah

 

AWESOMNESS UNLIMITED

IN THE VID BELOW. DO.NOT.MISS. ☟

“this is not a hit.this is a warning.”

FG legion

Pillowig by Joo Youn Paek

LOLZ!

just spotted this accessory via design-dautore [dot] com 

WOW II // 3D scans n’ sh*t

forget the robotic arm you saw in Coop’s office which used to scan ur ACTUAL models.

lets take it to the next level …

OrcaM Orbital Camera System is the shit..-seriously havent seen a machine this impressive in a while-

-Scannin like a boss-

“Developed by a German company called Nek (site is in German), the OrcaM uses a system of seven cameras to create 3D models of any object placed inside its “reconstruction sphere.”

Currently, the machine is limited to objects that are no larger than 31.5 inches wide and 200 pounds in weight. Once placed inside the sphere and sealed shut, the cameras circle the orb taking high definition photos of the object at different angles. Meanwhile, inside the sphere a system of lights illuminate at different times to capture the object’s geometry.

After the photographing session, or the acquisition process as they call it, is over, a computer automatically processes the images to create a 3D model that accurate down to the submillimeter range.

Nek says the aim of the OrcaM Orbital Camera System is to provide high-quality digital representations of objects for use on the Internet, movies, video games, and other digital media. Some examples the company gives is using the 3D models to showcase items up for auction on the Web and creating virtual museums.”

lets check this BABY in some hot ACTION…

So long suckerz…

Note to Frank “hammer-free-form” Gehry

No Frank, unfortunatelly no scanner can fix your model..oh, wait…….

Gadgets // Uber Cool

so nerdy yet so practical