Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting’s latest project is “Left for Dead,” an ongoing series of deeply-researched articles and accompanying podcasts addressing a fascinating and tragic mystery: why are there so many unidentified and unclaimed bodies in America?
Phosphor's magnetic crystal watch is a bit gaudy, since by its very nature it needs to be adorned by Swarovski crystals. And as everyone knows, Swarovski is not German for the word "restraint." But a watch that mimics an LCD screen by manually flipping over crystals? That's damn cool.
Everyone's owned a liquid crystal display watch at some point, but a solid crystal one? A Swarovski crystal one? Now that's weird. This Reveal flips the crystals around from bright to dark to show the digits changing. It launches March 7. Crunchgear has some video of it in motion. [Crunchgear]
The secret recipe of Coke has been hidden and locked down for 125 years. But apparently, not anymore. This American Life says they've found the ingredients that make up the delicious bubbly cola and have revealed it to our delight. Updated
Professional lighting designers know about throwing a pattern of light on a wall, using what they call a cookie (cucalorus), a metal pattern slipped into a holder just next to the projected light. Now, Reveal projects a stationary pattern of a window onto the wall, and it also makes a shadow of trees move as if…
Got a chance to review the Reveal watch for another blog, so head on over and take a look. Essentially, this is a very cool quartz watch that looks great on the ladies. While it's definitely not for everyone, it's an interesting idea and a great design.
Just saw this fascinating watch at the MOMA store in New York. It's basically your standard quartz get-up using a Citizen movement but the face is amazing. The hours and minutes fade in and out as the two inner disks turn, allowing you to focus just on the time at hand.