Once upon a time, electronic music was generally the realm of those with access to thousands of dollars of musical equipment, or bedroom producers working in niche and largely unrecognized genres. But over the years, the advent of home computing has brought these worlds together, with the ability to easily emulate a studio's worth of equipment on a laptop or PC. Furthermore, electronic music has ...
A couple of Norwegian scientists have created a "super-microphone" that sports fans will love and athletes will probably hate. According to New Scientist, the AudioScope, which hangs from the ceiling, is comprised of 300 microphones arranged in a circle with a wide-angle camera placed in the middle. And it's apparently powerful enough to isolate a single sound from the din of an arena. After manu...
Perverts rejoice! There's yet another iPhone application that caters to your sexual fantasies. We've already told you about the 'Hottest Girls' app, and the 'myMassage' app. Beating both of those apps on the creepiness scale, though is 'Puff!' The goal of this game is to blow into the iPhone microphone until the onscreen girl's skirt lifts up, revealing her underwear. If you blow hard, the girl's...
Look, we get what they're trying to do here. The two "ears" are meant to capture sound in stereo in the same way a human does, therefore producing a better sound picture in playback. The only problem is that your subject, be they human, inanimate or a strange hybrid, is going to be so busy being freaked out by this set of blue ears that they'll forget to make any sort of "natural sounding" noise...
Blackberry 101 | Best Tablets | Best iPhone 4 Case | Color App | Facebook Questions | NCAA Brackets | Lady Gaga at Google | Facebook Deals | Animated GIF | Anonymous | Amazon Appstore | April Fools' Day | Google Blogger | Rebecca Black Friday | Nintendo 3DS | Vimeo iPhone App | Video Game Emulators | Private Browsing | Mark Bao | Julian Assange | What is 4G? | Bronx Zoo Cobra | iPad 2 Review | Google 1 | New York Times Paywall