Tag Archives | San-Francisco

IndieCases Makes Unique iPhone Cases

Indie Cases

IndieCases is a San Francisco based company that commissions top graphic artists to produce exclusive iPhone case designs, that are then posted to their Tumblr. Then, their community of 17,000+ followers provides feedback through likes and reblogs, and the designs that generate the most buzz are made and sold the following week. Quantities are limited to keep the selection fresh and unique, so you’re guaranteed to look good while keeping your phone protected.

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…It’s Things Thursday: DODOcase?

DODOcase

The limited edition DODOcase is a beautiful, hand made iPad case that is designed to protect it from extinction.

Inspired by Moleskine journals and made by hand in San Francisco using traditional book binding techniques, the case blends the traditional feel of a book with the technological power of the iPad. With an interior made from bamboo and a faux leather cover, it’s also environmentally friendly, so you can rest easy if that’s a check box in your buying decision.

Lastly, the cover is designed to be folded back so you can stand your iPad, and an elastic strap keeps the cover tight when you’re on the go.

If the Apple case isn’t doing it for you, and you want to make sure your iPad stands out from the crowd, then definitely give the DODOcase a look, because there’s really just nothing like it that’s alive today.

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…It’s Movie Monday: Another Cloud Reel?

Another Cloud Reel by Ben Wiggins shows the beauty that is hidden in the movement of clouds, as revealed by timelapse photography, and combines it with the natural beauty of San Francisco to create a stunning montage:

…Obscura Digital augments your world?

Obscura Digital

Obscura Digital turns buildings into giant displays using synchronized HD projectors, and their latest target was the old mint building in downtown San Francisco for the YouTube Symphony.

The software that they’ve developed automatically calculates and compensates the video for distance, angle, surface, shape, brightness, picture shift, and other variables to create a seamless experience, and with some creative minds behind the end design, the result is a building that literally comes to life before your very own eyes.

See for yourself:

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…You can drive across the Golden Gate Bridge?

Golden Gate Bridge

If you take the images from the Google Street View car, such as those captured as it crossed the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and string them together as a time lapse, the result is actually a rather cool look at the drive across a landmark:

[Via: Jalopnik]