Okay, so here’s an idea. Old books, with all their lovely cover designs, re-born as clocks.
How great would it be to pull one of these little beauties out at a meeting write a name in it and casually put it back in your bag? I will be ordering one later today!
I didn’t think I would ever call a printer ‘cute’ but then again I never thought they would bother re-releasing titanic, so what do I know? Watch the video to see what I mean.
Click on the link to see the company behind this little beauty.
These look great but this quote from John Gruber says it best:
The designs in these concept videos are free from real-world constraints — technical, logical, fiscal. Dealing with constraints is what real design is all about. Institutional attention on the present day — on getting innovative industry-leading products out the door and creating consumer demand for them — requires relentless company-wide focus.
This will never see the light of day in this form once the reality of getting the interface right and making it fit into a pair of glasses that people will wear. Still it is good to dream.
Take a look at this video explain a riddle hidden on the 2009 game ‘Trials HD’. I think more games designers should be hiding things like this in their games.
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