Hello all and hope everyone had a happy new year!
Its been exactly one year since I began this blog and so far the journey has been great! This year I’ll post more photography posts (since some of you really liked them) and of course more design and fashion stuff. This is a big year and I’m super excited to share it with you all. This year as school begins I’m going to be taking (other than architecture courses) an architecture photography class so keep tight for some awesome photos. Also FORMATIVE will be having another show in April at USC so I’ll be posting up some designs/ sketches/ and maybe even a lookbook throughout these next 4 months. In addition in May will be what I call the most-epic-early-twenties-world-trip-ever trip. Where I’ll be backpacking along with a few friends and family first to Italy then taking a cruise touching base into Denmark, Norway, Sweden, etc. THEN I’ll be living in France until late July, learning French, taking some french cooking classes, and of course exploring French architecture. THEN I’ll be back in california to pack for YET another few months of traveling of which I will be studying urbanism with USC all over Asia! Of course things are still being planned but please expect some sister blogs because of course there should be special blogs for special occasions. Excited to get things on the way!
NOW with the new year I’m going to post up some products that you might possibly see upcoming in 2011! They seem pretty amazing! Can’t wait to see where technology is going to take us next.
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Via @engadget, a PC mouse with touch sensitive points that respond to finger movements to manipulate screen elements. Microsoft’s BlueTrack system allows the wireless mouse to work on practically any surface.
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2011 – Polaroid and its Creative Director, Lady Gaga today unveiled Polaroid Grey Label, an original line of products co-designed with Lady Gaga. This collaboration between two cultural icons reflects Polaroid’s long standing tradition of innovation tracing back to founder Dr. Edwin Land and Lady Gaga’s mission to deliver products that enable creativity for all, celebrate artistry and make sharing instantaneous across the physical and digital. The inaugural Polaroid Grey Label line is truly expressive of Lady Gaga’s artistic vision and includes the GL10 Instant Mobile Printer, GL30 Instant Digital Camera and the GL20 Camera Glasses, a unique new look at how to turn images into a fashion statement.
SA 950 Samsung Monitor
a 27-inch 3D desktop monitor that will display 3D content via an optional pair of glasses. No additional external kit is required for 3D functions. The monitor has a unique aesthetic design with an extremely thin panel and wide footstand which attaches to the panel on the far right side. More at Samsung.
Tryx Style by Casio
Exhibiting a revolutionary design, the TRYX can turn, twist, hang and stand to get shots you never believe from angles you never thought possible. The 12 megapixel TRYX is equipped with Casio’s new Exilim Engine HS and features an ultra-bright 3″ touch screen LCD, High-Speed CS technology, High-Speed Super Resolution Zoom and HDR-Art imaging
Created by Artefact’s award-winning design team, this concept camera takes the connectivity and application platform capabilities of today’s smart phones and wirelessly connects them with interchangeable full SLR lens optics.
Taking lighting to a WHOLE new level: Paul Friedlander
Can you imagine if he took this whackadoodle to a rave?! Done for the The Arc Show, London, 12 – 13 January 2011, BDC Islington
the I marker for the ipad
The marker that is intuitively a marker, crayon, pen, pencil, and paint ALL IN ONE! No more nasty carpet and sofa stains.
The excitement of attending the annual Consumer Electronics Show often has us feeling like giddy school kids, with its overwhelming display of new technology and gadgets. For 2011 this sentiment is seemingly right on with today’s announcement of the new partnership between Griffin Technology and the revered color masters at Crayola, who will be on hand at CES with their Crayola ColorStudio HD.
Updating the timeless activity of coloring for today’s tablet technology, the ColorStudio is an interactive drawing application designed for the iPad that works by using their Crayola iMarker digital stylus.
While the iMarker acts as a marker, crayon, pen and paintbrush, the application’s intuitive technology can differentiate between the iMarker and a finger, which is used to control the rest of the sound effects, animations and challenges the ColorStudio offers alongside simple coloring.
see you soon,