As a creative advertising campaign for promoting TechnoMarine waterproof watches, Thinkmodo created a underwater bar in New York. In the swimming pool, people walking, dancing and breathing with the help of innovative scuba diving gear. Check out this unconventional luxury, who knows, this might just be a so far undiscovered market.
Are you one of those people who have got a few lava lamps lying around at home pointlessly just because they look abit strange and fun to stare at? The New York City based company Gotham Wave Games has recently launched an application for the iPhone that turns the device into the groovy 1960s tabletop icon lava lamp. iLava will let you interact with the virtual blobs of hot wax by allowing you to push the lava around using iPhone’s touchscreen, you can also push the blobs together and merge them or pull them apart – but like the real lava lamps, that’s about all it does! So if you’ve got an extra $0.99 to spare, then there you go!
Google has recently applied some new photorealistic textures on New York City in Google Earth. It makes New York City fab! Most of the landmarks in NY look 3D. Can’t wait to see it happen to other cities as well. Take a look at the following screenshots.