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Curved DSLR concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 14th, 2010

It’s safe to say that we’ve never seen a DSLR like this before. All DSLR cameras on the market look quite similar, but Yaniv Berg has a DSLR camera design that looks…different. Like an old army flashlight or curved pipe.

The design of this camera makes it easy for the user to take photos at some strange angles. In fact, you would be tempted to say “Up periscope” every time you snapped a pic. You would definitely stand out from the crowd.

World’s Largest Curved Plasma Display

Posted in Plasma by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2010

Sure, your home 65 inch plasma television is big, no one is taking that away from you. But it’s nothing compared to this monster plasma recently installed at Japan’s Kansai airport. This behemoth measures 200 inches, approximately 13′ x 10′ or 4m high x 3m wide. How would you like to play games and watch movies on 200 inches of plasma display?

The display is made up of 3 curved plasma displays all joined together. They installed it in the airport to give airport information but also info on traditional Japanese culture, like sightseeing locations and public entertainment within the Kansai area.

Crazy NEC CRV43 curved monitor coming soon, crazily priced at $7,999

Posted in NEC by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2009

Crazy NEC CRV43 curved monitor coming soon, crazily priced at $7,999This curvaceous monitor was first spotted at CES 2009. It’s NEC curved monitor (CRV43), originally named the Ostendo CRVD-42DWX+. It consists of four DLP displays that offer a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, .02ms response time, 200 cd/m2 brightness, and 2880 x 900 resolution.

Crazy huh? The CRV43 will hit shelves next month if you’re interested. Just be sure to bring $7,999 with you. Look, if you want a curved monitor, it’s gonna cost you. Do you have any idea how hard it is for them to curve technology?

Phosphor watches feature curved E-Ink displays

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2009

Phosphor watches feature curved E-Ink displaysDespite the fact that hi-tech watches are awesomely cool, they tend to make one look like a nerd. That’s why these e-ink Phosphor watches are pretty cool. They bridge the gap. Awesome tech, with a look that is at least respectable.

You could actually wear these outside of a Trek convention without being labeled a dork. They have screens that will show you the time, date, and other stuff. Techie and retro at once, without going overboard. They’re all under $200.

iView: curved iMac concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2008

iView: curved iMac concept
Designed by Nuno Teixeira, this curved iMac concept looks like it belongs on a Star Trek bridge and features a giant curved screen and a second built in LCD screen on the back. Nuno believes that every computer should have two sides and more curves. His “iView” of an Apple’s iMac has a lot of sexiness.

Inspiration came from the 1950’s CINERAMA wrap-around movie theatre screens. Hence the giant curved screen that is more compatible with the natural curvature of the human eye. The second LCD screen on the back would help students and graphic designers.