Browsing articles by "Himanshu Khanna"
Nov
16
2011

TapSense opens powerful interaction opportunities for touch devices

TapSense opens powerful interaction opportunities for touch devices

TapSense is an enhancement to touch interaction that allows conventional screens to identify how the finger is being used for an input. The fascinating bit however, is the process by which this is achieved – by segmenting and classifying sounds resulting from a finger’s impact.

Nov
15
2011

New York City launches world’s first condom app for iPhone & Android

New York City launches world's first condom app for iPhone & Android

The New York City Department of Health did a first of its kind in the world! They launched an iPhone and Android app to assist people in finding free condoms in their area.

Nov
11
2011

Leg hair font kicks comic sans’ ass

Leg hair font by Japanese student, Mayuko Kanazawa, kicks comic sans' ass

Having been a design student and gone through numerous typographic exercises, I am confident of telling you that the Leg Hair Font is unique! My fellow designers have reacted rather vividly, comments ranging from ‘disgusting’ to ‘innovative’. What is the leg hair font?

Nov
9
2011

Intimacy 2.0 – a dress that flirts

Intimacy 2.0 - a dress that flirts

Ladies, so how exactly do you flirt? I have been told that you girls have moved far ahead from those good old days of fluttering eyes and heart-breaking smiles. To cut the curiosity short, for every guy that sets your pulse racing, people working with technology and fashion have gifted a new gadget you can wear.

Nov
8
2011

Brandstack shuts shop

Brandstack shuts shop

With more than three years in the business, Brandstack has shut shop! And there are zillions of reasons doing the rounds on the internet, responsible for the same.

Oct
31
2011

Le Chal – Shoe for visually impaired

Shoe for the visually impaired - Le Chal

Won’t it be brilliant if visually impaired had a better help to walk with, than a white cane for themselves? That is when an Information Technology Engineer, from Rajasthan Technical University, Anirudh Sharma, comes into picture. He has developed a system known as “Le Chal”, which translated in Hindi to “Take Along”. The system helps the visually impaired to walk, without the use of any stick and even alerts them of any potholes in the way.

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