iPad controlled LED art is so much cooler than boring paintings on canvas. A computer scientist in San Francisco, Greg Friedland, created the Aurora LED Wall, a 4×8 foot iPad-controlled and music-responsive LED board which morphs into a digital light show.
Unfortunately, this iPad controlled art board is not for sale. However, Greg posted the build details so you can create your own. He also provided the iPad software code which controls the LED art board so you can pick up where he left off and build your very own iPad controlled LED wall art.
In A Flash Laser will personalize pretty much anything. This talented company offers custom engraving and laser etching services for all of your tech devices. If you can think it, In A Flash Laser can make it happen by permanently engraving and etching your iPad, iPod, tablet Kindle, Macbook Air Pro, amongst other items that require a creative flare.
The iPad is a perfect canvas for etching. In a Flash Laser uses two different lasers which allows your iPad to be etched in varying shades of white and grey. Don’t have an iPad for etching? No problem, In A Flash Laser also engraves and etches wood, leather, bricks, glass, metal… even peanut butter cups!
In 2012, hundreds of cool tech gadgets have been released. Below are 7 tech gadgets that peaked my interest.
OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) is now offering their XO3 tablet for only $100. Well, that is what they are stating but this children’s laptop has been listed for upwards of $200. This device is designed for children in developing countries. The XO3 runs on Linux or Android, touts an 8″ display, 4GB of internal storage, 512MB of ram, and best of all, it can be charged with solar panels or a wind-up handle.
The Cadillac CUE offers drivers the ability to safely connect while driving. CUE combines an 8″ LCD touch screen with tactile feedback and intuitive controls similar to that of a smart phone or tablet. The result is an effortless driving experience. If you are a technophile in the market for a new car, the 2012 and 2013 Cadillac XTS, ATS, and SRX are CUE equipped.
The MakerBot Replicator is a personal 2-color 3D printer. You can now make 3D figures roughly the size of a loaf of bread. At a price of roughly $1,750, the MakerBot Replicator is within reach for small business owners and 3D printing hobbyists.