Three, weather app that suggests what to wear. interesting customization.
Comfort Cast - This cast integrates a social networking feature that allows family, friends and doctors to communicate in an innovative way. In the medical aspect of things, the air pressure of the plaster is adjusted by monitoring the state of the recovering arm and a fixed plastic cast is available to fit a variety of arm sizes. Designer: Kyuho Song | via Yanko Design broken arm, aolcomfortcast01jpg 560560, cleanses, songs, comfort cast, display, broken wing, blog, design serv
In the digital era of things, how did we not see this sooner? A cast that displays “Get Well Soon” wishes from your social networks.
Wake Alarm App – A Fun Way to Get Out of Bed in the Morning
UX/iOS idea with video process by Cuberto (Dealinapp} We are developing our a new app and you can see some UX ideas which we have already realized. http://vimeo.com/41495357 http://vimeo.com/41192912 ui design, graph design, interaction design, ios app, paper, design patterns, user interface design, design elements, mobile design
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BBC: Frozen Planet Augmented Reality Event ~ Augmented Reality Installations are still trending strong, and here is a great one from the BBC that’s been travelling shopping centres in the US recently. To promote the new BBC “Frozen Planet” Blu-ray/DVD, they teamed up with Appshaker, to create a highly realistic Augmented Reality installation that allowed people to interact with some of the worlds most amazing creatures… #augmentedreality #BBC planets, planet augment, animals, augment realiti, der zoo, bbc frozen, augmented reality, frozen planet, bbc bring
BBC Frozen Planet Augmented Reality, NJ, IL, CA - USA by Appshaker by Appshaker Ltd. BBC Frozen Planet Augmented Reality, NJ, IL, CA - USA by Appshaker
inspiration on an ipad
Welcome to the Future! This Tiny Gizmo Could Be A Very Big Deal In 2013 - Basically the engineers at Leap Motion have invented the 3D user interface of the future. You don’t use a keyboard and mouse; you don’t even use a touch screen. You just move your fingers in the air, and, as if by magic, with zero latency and pinpoint accuracy, stuff happens on your screen. computers, gestur control, technology, gadgets, hands, youtube, screens, leap motion, introduc
Introducing the Leap
Checking your blood pressure just got really sexy