Archive for February, 2009
Just paint with any sound. You can sing, talk, play on a musical instrument, or simply blow into the iPhone to paint a beautiful colorful pictures. The louder the sound, the bolder the stroke. You can save your creations to your iPhone photo library. To erase the screen, simply shake the iPhone.
More photos can be found
You draw shapes with a crayon that come to life on your iPhone / iPod Touch. You use these shapes to interact with the wheel, causing it to move according to physical laws. When it reaches the star, the level is complete.
DevTeam updated yellowsn0w to version 0.9.8. It will not work with regular 2.2.1 firmware. If you want 2.2.1, you need modified (!!!) firmware 2.2.1, in which old baseband from firmware 2.2 is preserved.
Version 0.9.8 adds strability and fixes some bugs. So If everything works fine, I reccomend just leave it like it is. For example, I use 0.9.6 and feel happy with 2.2 firmware.
Google has launched an optimized version of Google Books for the iPhone. This means that iPhone owners now have instant access to 1.5 million books, browsable by genre or searchable by, well, any criteria you like. And instead of serving scans of the pages as in the desktop version of the service, the mobile web app sends bandwidth-friendly plain text.
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All you need is:
- I/O Bridge with Servo Module
- 2 Servos
- Laser Pointer
- Spare Electrical Components from parts bin (Transistor, Resistors, LEDs, etc.)
- X10 Module
The new version of this app will be called Earth3D+. More planets will be added. It will appear in AppStore soon. Watch the video:
An effective hearing test that measures your threshold of hearing for sounds of different frequencies.
Find out just how far your ears can hear ranging frequencies.
Most of the people should be able to hear up to around 15kHz. From around 17kHz upwards, we get into a range that only the under 20's can hear.
- With this version, you will test your frequency threshold, using static volume tones.
- Using the iPhone headphones, you will be asked to adjust the iPhone volume, for clear and effective playback tones.
- Your left and right ear will be tested alternately with every frequency, from the above frequency ranges.
- After the test has been completed, you will get a report of your hearing frequency response.
This is a second application for Skype in AppStore. The first one is called Fring and it is Free. The new application is called IM+ for Skype, released couple days ago and costs $9.99 (
Here are some screenshots: