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My homie Flock has been trying for a while to tell me about this high end audio, video, lighting controller from JazzMutant called the Lemur. I didn’t pay much attention to it because that shit’s 2 Grand plus I thought a Lemur was the cute little monkey on Zooboomafoo, but the other day he told me that they were developing a Lemur for the new Apple ipad so I thought I’d look into it. Not only is the product dope but it will roughly do the same thing the $2000 version will do and you could go out and buy 4 ipads for that much deniro. Not including the cost of the software which has yet to be determined but I’m just sayin. Read on here and take a look at a Lemur in action here but not here.
Posted by: admin on April 28, 2010 @ 10:36 AM
Posted in: Tech
Special thanks go out to the nice folks over at Livio for sending me one of their snazzy new WIFI radios to test out. Those of you that know me, know that I’m down with radio. There’s something awesome about tuning into NPR(KQED here in lovely SF) and getting the straight scoop on what’s going on. But when I go down to LA, I’m always so envious of the radio down there. I mean, KCRW? Come on! That’s the truth! So, what if you could listen to KCRW and KQED on your radio in Oakland? Oh, wait…there’s more! What if you could also rock your Pandora channels with no commercials? Oh holy hell, wait…that’s not all! What if you could also tune into BBC Radio 1 and hear what’s going on with the dude Gilles Peterson? Now we’re talking! Want to listen to Solid Steel to see what those Ninjas are up to! It’s on there too. Over 2,000 stations around the world. I was listening to stations broadcasting out of Egypt, Cuba, and Maui all with a simple click. I’m old school. I like vinyl. I like terrestrial radio and I’m down with Pandora too. Here it is, all in one, and it’s got the audio output on the back so I run it into my speaker system. Freshness! I highly recommend picking one of these up if you’re down with the ultimate radio experience and getting more happiness in your life.
Posted by: Gunnar Hissam on April 27, 2010 @ 3:18 PM
Posted in: Tech
Our in house pixel pusher is salivating right about now. Pantone launches their new iphone app today. You can now take your Pantone book with you on the road and easily access it on your iphone. myPANTONE allows users to extract colors from photos, store color palettes, share palettes with friends, create & discover new hues, and easily use saved color palettes with Adobe Creative Suite. There is even a whole online social network component. Pretty f-ing awesome.
Beyond the common pixel pusher, the app is handy tool for apparel designers, home decorators, and arguments over something being black vs. blue.
This is a pretty amazing app. You can get it on iTunes today or visit Pantone.com to learn more.