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Conceived by Gravity Tank intern Defne Civelekoglu, PinTail is a compact and personal passive recording device that allows travellers to make the most of their time whilst experiencing different surroundings, tracking images, location and sound.
Depending on the intervals chosen, PinTail will record thousands of pictures, with GPS providing detailed location information minute by minute while on a trip. The path can be projected on a map, or the photos taken while travelling can be projected on the path. Ambient sounds from the trip can be played in small clips in relation to the images being viewed and personal notes and reminders can be recorded while travelling. Specific moments can be “flagged” by using the flag button enabling everything that is recorded at a particular moment (sound, image and location) to be easily found for quick reference.
This ultra-minimal flip clock measures a whopping 13″ x 5″ x 4″ and can either be wall mounted or placed on a desk.
Desk Phone Dock turns your iPhone into a traditional-style wired desk-phone housed in a sturdy base made from aluminum and SF coated plastic with a soft rubber touch.
Loving this little monogram my daughter Asia has come up with for herself, in a custom typeface she has devised which she calles ‘Robot Writing’.
She now signs all correspondence, greetings cards etc with this neat little device.
Loving the Light Wood version of Nixon’s Chronicle watch. Part of a selected range of woodgrain finished Nixon products.
Nice Vogue cover from June 1947.
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