iPhone Controlled LED Jacket

apple_phone_hacks_iphone_tammy_picture-small Posted by Tammy on Jun 16, 2011 in Interface Hack


Next time you are picking up a new stylish jacket you might want to check on the availability of this iPhone Controlled LED Jacket. This jacket is controlled by your iPhone and makes a bold statement. There aren’t much details on the jacket as of yet since it will only be available in Japan but I am sure if you just need to have one you could contact Alexander Reeder who created it and beg him to mail one to you. But don’t be looking for a deal on the jacket since it doesn’t look to be the type of item that will be mass produced any time soon, iPhone Deals on the other hand are much easier to come by. The animated turn signals on your back is just about the safest way to signal your intentions when riding your bike at night, not to mention it is totally cool and is sure to turn some heads. Activating the turn signals are done by flicking your wrist but wouldn’t it be cool if you could do it by tilting the iPhone and having the internal gyro sensor pick up the tilt to turn the signal on.

Via: Craziest Gadgets

“The Vanilla Series is a line of jackets connecting directly to your iPhone, allowing you dynamic control. Vanilla is modular so you can choose your own set of sensors; or go with the main “a” and “k” series. Vanilla “a” has five subtle indicators near the cuff which can be used in various ways. By default they indicate turns as your biking with the flick of a wrist.”


BlindType – Type on your iPhone without making mistakes

apple_phone_hacks_iphone_tammy_picture-small Posted by Tammy on Aug 15, 2010 in Interface Hack, iPhone Hack, Video

With BlindType you can just pick up your iPhone and type, there’s no need to carefully watch the screen to make sure you press each key directly in the center.  To enforce the fact that where you type on the screen is not that important you can actually turn off the keyboard and type directly onto the note. The technology can also track the angle that you type and automatically correct for that.


iPod Touch controls 1969 Pontiac GTO

apple_phone_hacks_iphone_tammy_picture-small Posted by Tammy on Mar 23, 2010 in Remote Control, Video


Dave Phipps has taken his iPod Touch and is now controlling his 1969 Pontiac GTO with it. He can open the doors, the windows and even open the roof! Watch the video below to get the full effect.

Via: Make and Jalopnik



Apple iPhone Kitchen Computer

apple_phone_hacks_iphone_tammy_picture-small Posted by Tammy on Jan 18, 2010 in iPhone Clone


This is not exactly a Apple phone hack since there is no iPhone in the mix. But have a look at the wall in the picture. If you are thinking that it looks just like a huge iPhone you are right. This kitchen computer was inspired by the iPhone UI. Now all your electronic interactions can be Apple like all day long. 🙂

Via: Hacked Gadgets

“We are still tweaking the IU and adding and removing applications as we find a need for them but as of writing this article we have the following applications displayed on the iphone themed main screen

– Kitchen Database (uses barcode scanner to manage our shopping)
– To Do List (simple RSS based to do list)
– Google (opens a browser to google search)
– Email (Microsoft outlook, but its not really that suitable for touch screen)
– Weather (opens weatherview32 for our local weather station)
– Slideshow (activates windows slideshow of our digital camera)
– Cooking Timer (runs kitchen timer)
– Calendar (inititaltes outlook calendar)
– Tweet Adder (dodgy twitter marketing software)
– Twitter (opens twitter)
– Scoreboard (HTML page showing followers on our twitter accounts)
– Watch TV (runs up the USB TV tuner taking a feed from the lounge)
– Calculator (windows calculator)
– Google Maps (opens a browser and displays Google maps)
– Skype (opens Skype for talking to my mum)
– iTunes (apple iTunes with airport express connected)
– Shutdown PC (runs a shutdown script)
– File Explorer (opens windows file explorer)
– Trade Me (opens trademe in a browser, similar to eBay)
– Settings (another HTML page with various links to settings)”




iPhone Playing mame4iphone with a WiiMote over BlueTooth

apple_phone_hacks_iphone_tammy_picture-small Posted by Tammy on Dec 2, 2009 in Game Hack, iPhone Hack, Remote Control, Video

Forget about using the touch screen or accelerometers that are built into your iPhone. Instead why not use a Wiimote!

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