Looking Glass for iPhone: App Integration

Looking Glass for iPhone2
Mail, iCal, phone, Map with GPS, Google Docs, etc. etc. with real time scan search

Looking Glass for iPhone2

See also #1 of this concept.

Future of Mobile Search- Power of Visualization

future of mobile search6
Visual aid for any book. It means any book can be a picture book.

future of mobile search6
If it could be wirelessly in sync with your mobile phone or other mobile devices, visualized data exchange could be done like Microsoft Surface, but with this device, you wouldn’t have to stick with 2D.

Looking Glass

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Part1:”Future of Internet Search: Mobile version”


Part2:”Future of Mobile Internet Search: Applications”

future search mobile #3-2
Part3:”Look at What You Don’t See Through Glass”

future mobile search for diet
Part4:”Future of Mobile Search for Diet”

future mobile search
Part5:”Future of Mobile Search- Search Beyond Time”

future mobile search
Part7:”Future of Mobile Search: Virtual Shopping #1″

Speech balloons for hearing-impaired
Part8:”Speech Balloons for the Hearing-Impaired”


iPhone with Looking Glass
See also the iPhone version of this concept.

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Future of Mobile Search- Search Beyond Time

This is the fifth post about this gadget.

future mobile search
Getting data of a weather forecast, maybe this might be possible.

future mobile search
When you wonder what the scene you’re looking at was like in the past, you can see it.

future mobile search
This might be off-topic, but it would be nice if it could work in sync with Google Maps like this.

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Part1:”Future of Internet Search: Mobile version”


Part2:”Future of Mobile Internet Search: Applications”

future search mobile #3-2
Part3:”Look at What You Don’t See Through Glass”

future mobile search for diet
Part4:”Future of Mobile Search for Diet”

future of mobile search6
Part6:”Future of Mobile Search- Power of Visualization”

future mobile search
Part7:”Future of Mobile Search: Virtual Shopping #1″

Speech balloons for hearing-impaired
Part8:”Speech Balloons for the Hearing-Impaired”


iPhone with Looking Glass
See also the iPhone version of this concept.

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Digital Sand Clock for Time Management

Concept of a USB sand clock. 3D holographed material inside the glass that you can make changes.

contemporary sand clock

contemporary sand clock
Pick a color, length of time and material and the inside of the sand clock changes accordingly.

contemporary sand clock

contemporary sand clock

contemporary sand clock
desktop type

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Highlight-the-Line-I’m-On Plugin

Highlight-the-Line-I\'m-On Plugin

When I’m reading long text, I’m often lost when going to the next line and find myself reading the same line again or skipping one or two. So I was wondering if there are any plugins for browsers to highlight the line you’re on now. Are there already?

Highlight-the-Line-I\'m-On Plugin

It would be more helpful if it could also ‘hold’ the position without the cursor pointing to it.

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Future of Mobile Search for Diet

future mobile search for diet

future mobile search for diet

Mainly because I don’t usually care about nutrition when I eat, this kind of function would be helpful for people like me.

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Part1:”Future of Internet Search: Mobile version”


Part2:”Future of Mobile Internet Search: Applications”

future search mobile #3-2
Part3:”Look at What You Don’t See Through Glass”

future mobile search
Part5:”Future of Mobile Search- Search Beyond Time”

future of mobile search6
Part6:”Future of Mobile Search- Power of Visualization”

future mobile search
Part7:”Future of Mobile Search: Virtual Shopping #1″

Speech balloons for hearing-impaired
Part8:”Speech Balloons for the Hearing-Impaired”


iPhone with Looking Glass
See also the iPhone version of this concept.

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The Ball’s in My Court? I Was Waiting for Your Answer!

That happens very often, doesn’t it? Then why not visually check who’s turn to answer and how many answers are on hold in your Mail app?

who\'s got the ball mail plugin

A blue ball means “It’s MY turn to answer”, while the yellow is “I’m waiting for an answer”. If you keep ignoring a question, the ball gets bigger and bigger!

who\'s got the ball mail plugin2

“WHO’S GOT THE BALL” image visualizes who’s turn to give an answer. In the message area, the correspondent question is highlighted.

who\'s got the ball mail plugin3

If it’s you who are waiting for an answer, there’s a yellow ball held by the other side.

who\'s got the ball mail plugin4

In most cases, though, there are more than one question in a message. In that case, you’ve got as many balls as the questions being asked!

who\'s got the ball mail plugin5

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