Mark Ecko, of Ecko Unlimited, is designing "digital citylights" that people can interact with using their cell phones via Bluetooth interface. You walk up to one of these monster LCD screens and spray digital graffiti with the cursor of your phone. Allegedly they're going to be released in Germany, the land of the color changing bus stop, to see how they go over. And by go over I think they mean how long until they're covered in real paint, with tags like "RAZ" and "SPATZ" and huge blue dongs. I'm gonna have to go with instantly.
Cell Phone Graffiti [gizmodo]
This is tennis star Mario Maria Sharpova showing off a new dress that lights up whenever you receive a cell phone call. Pfft, the deaf have had this technology for years.
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This hands-free cellphone holder was designed by Francesca Lanzavecchia and doubles as an excuse to park in handicapped spots. It comes complete with a stretchable rubber skin that fits over it so you can store your phone and cigarettes in there when not in use. Seems pretty ... / Continue →
Brando, maker of some of the best products of the century is actually producing a product with some use -- the ultra-tiny USB Bluetooth Adapter. The unit "allows for a working range of more than 10 meters, with a 723 Kbps data rate transmission." They run $24 and are very sma... / Continue →