Polyvore Top Beauty Sets S/S 2014

My Favorite Polyvore Beauty Sets

Double Eyeliner, Double the Trouble

 

Beauty: Feme Fatale

 

Day To Night Makeup

 

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Lupita Nyong’o’s First Lancôme Ad Revealed

 

Summer Curls

 

The Ultimate DIY Sunburn Soother

 

What's Your Fave Red Lipstick?

 

Beauty: YSL Manicure

 

COMPACT GLOW

 

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Tuna Knobs | Stick On iPad DJ Mixer Dials

Stick-on knobs let iPad DJs mix with physical dials

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Tuna Knobs aim to bring the tactile control of mixing desks to tablets, with attachable buttons that work with multiple DJ apps.

TunaKnobs, KickStarterMusic consumption has almost completely lost its physicality since the advent of digital, with entire back catalogs available at the click of a button. Musicians and producers themselves are now using virtual instruments and equipment such as DAW software and tablets have given rise to the iPad DJ. Catering to the latter in particular, Tuna Knobs aim to bring the tactile control of mixing desks to tablets, with attachable buttons that work with multiple DJ apps.

Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the idea was created by Dutch design startup Tweetonig. The devices look exactly like the radial sliders typically found on mixing desks except for the suction cups at the bottom, used to attach themselves to touchscreens. When placed over a corresponding control on the tablet, the buttons use stylus-like technology to move the digital slider. Tuna Knobs are made using conductive rubber that means each button only works when they’re being handled by the DJ.

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The idea behind the product is to make tablet DJing closer to the experience of using traditional equipment, along with the precision and physicality that goes along with it but minus the carrying of heavy equipment. The controls currently work with apps such as Lemur, d(–)b, Korg iMS-20 and iDJ2GO.

Watch the video below to learn more about Tuna Knobs:

Tuna Knobs are available to pre-order via Kickstarter from EUR 9 each until 8 August. One of the major drawbacks for tablet uptake in other industries is the lack of precision control, but could similar detachable buttons such as these make the devices more appealing?

Kickstarter: www.kck.st/1oHhJrV
Website: www.tunadjgear.com
Contact: www.facebook.com/samuel.verburg

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Casadei Mesh Ayers Sandals

I'm Bossy!
Casadei Mesh Ayers Sandals, 2014
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Tera | Interactive Fitness Mat

TeraPlease read article here.

TERA fitness mat from LUNAR Europe on Vimeo.

Source | http://www.psfk.com/

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Quicken Loans Technology Center | Detroit

Quicken Loans Technology Center, Detroit

New Quicken Loans Tech Center Shows Impressive Progress

Monday, July 14, 2014, by Paul Beshouri

A few months ago, the corner of Rosa Parks and Porter was home to a nondescript warehouse. Today, it’s the busy construction site of the new Quicken Loans Technology Center. Things can change pretty quickly when billionaire Dan Gilbert is calling the shots. The action started just under two months ago, but the building’s skeleton is already two stories tall…READ MORE.

Quicken Loans Technology Center, Construction, Detroit

More photos after the jump.

Author | Paul Beshouri

Source | http://detroit.curbed.com/

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Kurt Geiger Joanna Diamante Earrings

Summer Sexy
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Patch ‘N’ Ride | 60 Second Flat Fixer

Website: www.patchnride.com
Contact: support@patchnride.com

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SnapUp | Product Organizer & Price Tracking App

App tracks product price drops with a simple screenshot

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With just a screenshot of the online products they’re interested in, SnapUp helps mobile shoppers organize their wanted items and automatically lets them know when they’re on sale.

Consumers often come across items they’d like to buy, but don’t necessarily have the money for them right at that moment or feel they may be able to get a better deal elsewhere. Apps such as PowaTag have already enabled users to scan any real-world object and find an e-retailer to buy it from, and now SnapUp helps mobile shoppers automatically organize the online products they’re interested in with just a screenshot, and lets them know when they go on sale.

The app works with around 1,000 online retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy and Target. Users simply take a screenshot of the products they like while they’re browsing and SnapUp instantly adds it to their own interactive shopping list. As well as pulling in information about current price and specs, the app lets users easily organize their bookmarked products into themed lists. It also monitors their price over time, and provides alerts to ensure shoppers don’t miss a bargain. When it comes time to buy, users can do so with one click, straight from the app.

Watch the video below to see SnapUp in action:

 

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Website: www.snapup.com
Contact: info@snapup.com

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Giulia Boccafogli Ruffled Leather Collar Necklace

Street Dance
Giulia Boccafogli Collar Necklace


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Mood Tracker | Spire Respiration Monitor

Breathing Monitor Helps Users Track Their State Of Mind

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Spire is a wearable device that continuously tracks users’ respiration and other metrics, letting them know when they need to take a deep breath.

Stress is typically thought of as having negative health consequences, but it can be difficult to know when or why we become stressed. While tools such as the hand held PIP sensor have previously aimed to let users know when they should relax, Spire is a wearable device that continuously tracks users’ respiration and other metrics, letting them know when they need to take a deep breath.

According to the creators, stress raises tension and causes shallow breathing that can stop oxygen being delivered effectively to the brain and heart. Taking time out to focus on breathing can ease the pressure of stress, but it’s easy to forget. Spire is a device that clips onto any clothes and uses its array of sensors to track respiration rate as well as breathing patterns throughout the day to create a picture of the users’ wellbeing. It also tracks differences in physical activity, such as running, walking, standing, sitting and lying down. Connecting to owners’ smartphones via Bluetooth, the device provides alerts when breathing becomes shallow, as well as advice such as ‘take 10 deep breaths’. Monitoring behavior over both the short and long term, Spire enables users to keep their stress in check and lead a more balanced lifestyle.  Watch the video below to learn more about the device:

Spire is currently available to pre-order for USD 199, although it will cost USD 149 when it eventually hits the market. Are there other health issues that can be unobtrusively tracked like this?

Website: https://www.spire.io/
Contact: hello@spire.io

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