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American Dreaming: Mid-Century Car Design on Film

You don’t need to be a certified gear head to appreciate beautiful car design. While many of the industry’s finest pieces are no longer with us, a new project underway on Indiegogo is out to reflect on a time when artistry met automotive engineering and out popped …

Hardcore – The First Ever Action POV Feature Film | Video

For all you lazy stay-at-home thrill seekers, there’s finally a movie that puts you right into the shoes of a bona fide action hero. Hardcore is an upcoming sci-fi adventure film shot in a first-person perspective, the very first of its kind. Filmmaker Ilya Naishuller made a …

Table Connect – 60″ Multi Touch Table for the iPhone

Your eyes getting tired from looking at your small iPhone screen? Having trouble sending a text with that little Galaxy keyboard? Want to share something with your buds or coworkers you have saved on your iPad? Whatever the reason, Table Connect turns your mobile device into a …

The Ring Clock

They are always with you; a key part of your everyday carry: your watch and your favorite accessory: a little finger bling. So why not merge the two? That’s the approach that Ring Clock took with this creative combination of the two, built of waterproof 316L surgical steel …

ReadyCase – Multi-functional iPhone Case

With the introduction of online crowdfunding websites, designers and manufacturers can raise capital relatively easily. ReadyCase is a good example of a perfectly designed multi-functional iPhone case that is utilizing the Indiegogo platform to realize their product. The case is built in a similar manner as a …

ADAPPT XT – Multi-Tool Case Concept for iPhone

Crimes involving the Apple iPhone are on the uptick, a reason why New York Police Department started a voluntary registration program for them to track any stolen devices. For some folks though, the only way not to be a victim is to fight your way out of …

The Akira Project – Live Action Trailer Based On Anime & Manga Classic

It’s surprising that Akira, the landmark 1988 animated film directed by Katsuhiro Otomo based on Otomo’s manga of the same name, has never seen a live-action adaptation. Hollywood can’t be faulted for a lack of effort — numerous attempts to produce an Akira feature film have ended …