I done gone made a red velvet cake for someone what is having a birfday.

I done gone made a red velvet cake for someone what is having a birfday.

I feel “Specially Selected” may have a rather loose definition for the pickers over at Aldi…

I feel “Specially Selected” may have a rather loose definition for the pickers over at Aldi…

Batman Detective Comics poster and logo rug making our living room even cooler…

Batman Detective Comics poster and logo rug making our living room even cooler…

truebluemeandyou:

halloweencrafts:

DIY Inspiration: espensive tape ($19 per roll) for lightweight props and costumes.  Designed by mmiinn and sold here. First saw the trunk straps tape at  superslyskillzmcfly here (a blog I follow).

truebluemeandyou: I can also see this tape on journals, shoe boxes (turned into storage boxes), etc… I wish the rolls were smaller because in theory you could just use the image - but then I guess you could also print out the image on your printer and decoupage it too - but not as cool.

So want these for moving house!
This week Canon announced its new ELPH series cameras as well as its much-anticipated PowerShot G1 X …. and one of the most innovative new features is the face ID system. The application is child-weighted, so that younger subjects get preferential treatment when it comes to shooting group shots. There are a host of built-in image recognition tools for taking pictures of babies too, and the cameras will auto-detect and respond accordingly based on how much a baby is smiling and whether or not he’s sleeping (in which case, it won’t use flash). 
But these features pale in comparison to its recognition mechanism. Canon [said] that using the cameras DIGIC 5 processor and face recognition technology, you can can store up to 12 people. You can add names and birth dates, and take photos at various angles to fill out this profile. And those who you’ve identified will get priority over the nameless. Check out how it works here.

This week Canon announced its new ELPH series cameras as well as its much-anticipated PowerShot G1 X …. and one of the most innovative new features is the face ID system. The application is child-weighted, so that younger subjects get preferential treatment when it comes to shooting group shots. There are a host of built-in image recognition tools for taking pictures of babies too, and the cameras will auto-detect and respond accordingly based on how much a baby is smiling and whether or not he’s sleeping (in which case, it won’t use flash).

But these features pale in comparison to its recognition mechanism. Canon [said] that using the cameras DIGIC 5 processor and face recognition technology, you can can store up to 12 people. You can add names and birth dates, and take photos at various angles to fill out this profile. And those who you’ve identified will get priority over the nameless. Check out how it works here.

Dubreq’s ‘Stylophone’ is one of the most iconic and popular electronic keyboard instruments of all time, having sold over 4 million units between it’s invention in 1968 and today.

The new Dubreq Stylophone S2 takes the basic idea of the Stylophone, a stylus played instrument that uses a printed circuit board as the keyboard, and turns it into a fully spec’d analogue synthesizer.

The Stylophone S2 is an entirely British made, analogue synthesizer that will fit in a laptop bag. The S2 features include; All metal construction, a full 37 note 3 octave keyboard with +/- 2 octave shifter featuring a wire-free stylus and finger-touch playing method, an all analogue signal path, a classic British style 12dB/octave state-variable filter, dual all-transistor voltage controlled oscillators, sub-oscillators for super-fat bass, an eight waveform LFO with a 14 octave range, an auxiliary-input socket to use the filter and envelope-generator for other instruments, a 1/4” output jack socket as well as an internal speaker and headphone socket and a CV and Trigger input sockets.

(Source: stylophone2.com)