Posts Tagged ‘iphone’
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Nearly 95 Percent of Americans at Risk for Digital Eye Strain with Increased Device Use (INFOGRAPHIC)

A new report by The Vision Council finds nearly 95 percent of Americans spend two or more hours every day on digital devices, permeating all aspects of our personal lives – from waking, to exercising to cooking. The report, released today at the International Consumer Electronics Show, found a lack of awareness about how this […]
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The iPhone Evolution

via TopTieMobiel

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iPhone history animated in an infographic video

CNet UK has a nice little info-video online (Perhaps we need a new word?) chronicling the history of the iPhone from inception to the iPhone 5 (Which wound up being the 4S actually). Watch out for the number of transistors inside an iPhone 4, which we compare to an early Intel chip. It’ll blow your […]

Interactive Geometry Visualization with MeshLab for iOS

There’s a new iPhone/iPad app out that enables visualization of large 3D models in several popular formats like STL, OBJ, and PLY.  From a LinkedIn Post: The application has been developed by the Visual Computing Lab a research group of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) , the same team that has developed MeshLab, the […]

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10 Infographics and Visualization Apps for iOS

Randy Krum has a nice roundup of visualization apps for iOS (iPhone and iPad).  Some are free, some are paid, but all are neat. As infographics continue to evolve and grow in popularity, so do the different ways we can view them.  A bunch of infographic specific apps have begun showing up on mobile devices. […]

Visualizing iPhone Movement across Europe

The crowdflow blog has some beautiful visualizations of 880 iPhones moving across Europe from April 2011.  They published the same data with 3 different colormaps, but they all look interesting. Fireflies HD | crowdflow blog.

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USA Today & Junaio Augment the SuperBowl

Fans of the Superbowl have a great new gadget to play with, courtesy of junaio and USA Today.  You can download the junaio app and fire up the “Superbowl 360″ channel and get an interactive tour of the new Texas Stadium with commentary from Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. But that’s not all.  On Monday, […]

Goldrun Augmented Reality Scavenger Hunt at Sundance

If you’re going to be in the neighborhood of the Sundance Film Festival this year, you might want to download the GoldRun app to your iPhone.  During the festival, Sorel will be partnering with GoldRun to execute a ‘virtual scavenger hunt’ and place virtual Sorel bears in the area.  Find the bear, take a pic, […]


Word Lens for iPhone,iPod – Truly Augmented Reality

A neat little app has just popped up on iTunes for the iOS systems that combines text recognition, image processing, and language translation into a smooth augmented reality system.  ‘Word Lens‘ processes video from your iPhone or iPod Touch in real-time and removed text, and replaces it with replacement text of a selected type. Instantly […]

The Pixel Farm releases AirGrade with iPhone App

The Pixel Farm has released a fun new gadget called ‘AirGrade’ completely free, bringing some of their colour-grading prowess to the masses.  It opens a full world of professional film & TV grading tools to the user, all controllable via a fun iPhone app. To grade an image using Airgrade, users roll a 3D trackball […]


John Carmack’s RAGE for iPhone now Available

John Carmack has successfully brought his gaming-engine prowess to the iPhone and iPad with the new game ‘RAGE’. RAGE comes to your mobile device with the hit of the wastelands, Mutant Bash TV! This intense first-person rail shooter casts you in the starring role of a post-apocalyptic game show where you’ll be stalked by hungry […]

myFry: a Visual Exploration of the Fry Chronicles on the iPhone

Those of you in the UK can check out an interesting iPhone App that visualizes Stephen Fry’s “The Fry Chronicles”  (Released Today).  Built by Stefanie Posavec and Dare Digital, it’s an interesting interactive visualization tool. The entirety of the book is represented by a circular wheel of ‘spines’, each of which represents a section of […]