Every so often, I'm amazed by technology. Check out this new app called Word Lens. The app instantly translates printed words from one language to another with a built-in video camera, in real time!
Word Lens is a dictionary -- evolved. It looks up words for you, and shows them in context. You can use Word Lens on your vacations to translate restaurant menus, street signs, and other things that have clearly printed words.
Big ups to the New Yorker for getting Jason Schwartzman to hilariously demonstrate their new iPad app. The ad, directed by Roman Coppola, follows Schwartzman in strangely mesmerizing scenes. I love his… Continue
Added by alice on September 27, 2010 at 4:48pm —
If you're one of those people who wants to get more out of your museum experience, you'll appreciate this new app by MoMA. Not only will you be able to quickly plan your trip, you'll be able to dive deeper into MoMA's art by reading a synopsis or listening to one of their audio tours. They've even divided up their art by section so if you're interested in, let's say Photography, you can quickly see what's at MoMA before you make your way over to see the actual… Continue
If your friends need some sort of reminder to always wear a condom, they'll get it with this clever app from Durex. By rubbing together two phones, you'll magically create a newborn that your friends will have to tend to...day and night! Even if you don't want to torture your friends with a virtual baby, check out this video..it's very amusing.
Credit: Art Director: Nicolai Villads, Peter Ammentorp and interactive designer: Raul Montenegro for the… Continue