As far as wearables go, the ability to tell barometric pressure hasn’t exactly been high up on the priority list for many companies as of yet. StormTag is aiming to change that with an extremely simple setup and connection to your phone, all with a smart device that can hang from your key ring.
Futurama, the wonderful animated sitcom that once disappeared, only to come back from the dead and give fans proper closure, has gotten a 3D makeover. The video, available after the jump, shows the world seen in the opening scene of the TV series, and it is joined by several HD renders and a model of the Planet Express ship.
Short videos are quickly becoming a favorite new medium for interaction, with the likes of Vine and Instagram making sure we get our dose. From the funny quip to a “long” moment capture, the micro-video movement is on the rise. Rather than take your videos to the desktop, this iOS app could make you a Vine all-star in no time.
As much as smartphone and tablets let us do things with a swipe or a tap, we inevitably find ourselves with the need to hammer away with a keyboard. Unfortunately, that usually means either dishing it out on a virtual keyboard, or carrying around a portable, or sometimes non-portable, physical keyboard. But if Air Type ever becomes a real product, all you will really need are two cuffs and a bit of typing skill.
The Raspberry Pi Model B is getting another facelift and no, this isn't a Raspberry Pi 2, and all that is implied by that major name change. Instead, the B+, as the name would suggest, is a very incremental improvement over the existing Model B, giving makers and hackers more connectivity options but retaining the same core and keeping compatiblity with the existing software and peripherals.
With the exception of astraphobes, the sound of rain and thunder can be relaxing -- a nice time to spend an afternoon indoors reading or a way to fall asleep quickly. If mere sounds aren't quite up to par for you, one artist has a solution: Cloud, a thunder cloud-shaped lamp.
Game of Thrones is an epic fantasy series, and not just in terms of genre. Each episode features eye-popping settings and fantastical creations. Though everyone knows a heavy dose of video effects go into the show's creation, you might not guess the extent to which the scenes are not real.
It’s finally time for you to gain a perfect understanding of how the town of South Park Colorado is set up. The developers at a group called "Tool" have created a VR experience out of the television show, allowing it to be seen by both the web browser and the VR headset Oculus Rift. It’s open, it’s free, and it’s up for viewing right this minute.