Well-known computer graphics company NVIDIA and mobile solutions company icon icar have teamed up to develop a 3-D gauge cluster for cars. There’s definitely a whole lot going on in these clusters like radio and navigation information along with the standard speedometer and fuel gauge. Everything’s presented in a very appealing display, that might even end up lowering costs for manufacturers because everything is digital (Changing measurements like mph to kpm and Fahrenheit to Celsius would require no additional parts).
AirTran had hopes and dreams of becoming the first airline to offer Wi-Fi access on all their flights but Virgin has come out on top in this one. They've just announced that all 100 of their daily flights will have...
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Having a tough time find pants that provide the right amount of… ventilation? Well, look no further than Outlier‘s Climber Pants (via Selectism). “The Outlier Climber pants are a full on reengineering of slim cut pants for a cyclists world. The innovative vertical yoke removes most of the traditional stress points that cycling generates in a garment, allowing for a free range of movement. The curved waistband is higher in the back to hide your crack from the world and lower in the front to allow you to lean forward and ride in comfort.”
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Daily Icon turns us to the Houdini chair by Stefan Diez. e15 introduced the first two items of the new chair family Houdini in Milan, a side chair and chair with armrest. Both chairs are made from 4mm thin oak-veneered plywood using an unusual production methodology. The outcome is a new silhouette of wooden furniture where the chairs’ back and seat run in bent curves around the base forming a seat shell.
Both chairs are available in natural oak, black, white and grey lacquer finishes as well as custom colours. In Milan e15 will also present the side chair and chair with armrest with partial and complete upholstered options.
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Former model and current photographer, Nigel Barker started on runways from Milan to New York to being behind the lens. He started StudioNB in 1996, as he left his British roots and opted for Manhattan’s Meat Packing District to be his work’s permanent home. Nigel’s done photography for GQ, Lucky, People and Interview. StudioNB’s advertising clients include Pierre Cardin, Ted Baker, Bentley and Frederick’s of Hollywood.
More of Nigel Barker’s work after the jump.
Gizmodo's informed us that now Windows Vista users can now instantly stream more than 12,000 movie titles and television episodes right to their PCs thanks to Netflix and Windows Media Center. Netflix can be accessed directly through its own section under the...
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Mad-director Guy Ritchie is gearing up Sherlock Holmes on Christmas Day. The flick stars Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, but don’t think that it’s going to be anything like what you expected. That’s no surprise coming from Ritchie as he is a master at perfectly injecting his creativity into all his projects.
Trailer after the jump.
Everything was holding to form during NBA's Draft Lottery tonight until pick number six which was projected to go to the Grizzlies but ended up with Timberwolves. Then, the shuffling began as number four went to the Kings, who had...
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This month, UK's most famous department store, Selfridges, is celebrating it's 100th birthday. To match the brand's iconic influence, they've gotten companies the world over to design products in Selfridges' iconic black and yellow livery. Moleskine's design this notebook for...
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Urban photographer RJ Shaughnessy has released a new book entitled, “Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon”. It’s 44 pages long filled with black and white images taken at night during 2008 in Los Angeles. The great thing about this book is the sense of calmness that’s felt throughout. Impressed we most certainly are.
Each of the first edition copies (limited to 500) is signed and numbered.
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