• Dino-lamps For Your Home Or Office

    So you’ve finally moved into the corner office, and you’re looking for that special decorator piece that really says “I’ve made it” in the corporate rate race. Well look no longer, because I’ve found the perfect product for you – the dinosaur lamp. You know you want one. Read More

  • iCitizen 2010: Dinosaurs in your phone?

    While I was recently attending the iCitizen 2010 Symposium, Noora Guldemond, Head of Marketing at Metaio—a company focused on developing Augmented Reality experiences—showed me a few recent AR examples her company developed. This Jurasic Park example curiously doesn’t have the usual black and white “target” that I normally recall seeing in many AR demos. In… Read More

  • Vote to choose the next Pleo color

    Here’s your chance to change history, and influence the future. The makers of the Pleo are holding a vote to decide exactly what color the new Pleo should be when they change it later this year. Oh, and if you like the original color scheme, you can get free shipping until the end of February. Read More

  • LEDSAUR: Dinosaur-shaped desk lamps

    A Japanese company called Furniture Design Agra has created the LEDSAURs [JP], a number of different dinosaur-shaped desk lamps. The dino skeletons feature LEDs in their heads and spine. And they look pretty cool. Agra offers four different versions of their Tyrannosaurus Rex, which are all made of stainless steel. Owners can bend the dino’s joints to change its pose and switch the lights… Read More

  • Canon uses augmented reality HMD system to enhance product design process

    Augmented reality (AR), also known as mixed reality, is currently a hot topic in the technology world after it has been regarded as too futuristic for the last couple of years. The idea has been around for quite some time now: Combine the real world with computer-generated data, for example graphics. But it probably takes companies of Canon‘s caliber to raise awareness that AR… Read More

  • Pleo Now Available For US Pre-order

    Everyone’s favorite animatronic dinosaur is now one step closer to invading our shores. Pleo’s manufacturer UGOBE is taking pre-orders for the dinosaur and the price isn’t cheap. After earlier reports that Pleo would cost somewhere between $250 and $300, UGOBE has pulled a Nintendo and decided to charge $350 for the lil’ guy. Talk about highway robbery. Don’t get… Read More