Did you know you could eat flowers? Not only are there such things as candied flowers but also edible flower lollipops! Shown here are the delectable creations of Janet Best who sells them on her Etsy store, Sugar Bakers Bakery.
Ever wanted a stabilizer for your smartphone video recordings? One that is inexpensive as well as easily portable? The Smoovie is a new innovation that’s currently being funded on Kickstarter. The innovation has captured a lot of attention and has already raised more than enough funds to take it to market.
Loïc Apreda, aka Apredart, has a pet mouse called Rikki. There is just one catch. Rikki is not real but an illustrated mouse. A charming little thing he is as he tries very hard to integrate with the real world! Loïc said, “He really has a life of his own: he goes to the gym, he enjoys eating chocolate and peanuts, and he even has a pet-snail called George!”
Want your Facebook profile picture to really come alive? You’ve got to check out the Cinematograph app (free on iTunes) by Flixel . It helps convert a video into a cinematograph in just seconds using either the iPhone or iPad. This is new development is a partnership between Facebook and Flixel. Shown here are 3 cinematographs created using the app. Mela is the model.
Photonomie is a new app which promises “no more rectangular photos” when chatting with your friends and families. What it offers is a very easy way of taking non-flat pictures. This is accomplished by simply pivoting, tilting and sweeping the scene before you with your iPhone camera with any angle you want up to 360 degrees.
Emillie Ferris is a talented artist and embroiderer from Suffolk, England. She is clearly a lover of nature and animals. She said, “Creating art has always been a passion of mine, whether it be photography, painting, drawing, etc… However I never considered embroidery until my 19th birthday when my boyfriend surprised me with an awesome kit of embroidery assortments to get started with (hoops, threads, material, etc..). and now here I am, completely in love!”
No, this is not an April Fool’s Day joke. There really is a printer which uses coffee as ink! Talk about low cost ink! Rochester Institute of Technology photography professor Ted Kinsman created the device. The microcontroller has 32KB of memory which allows the printer to produce a simple ~ 80 x 100 pixel photograph.