Oakley Airwave Goggles feature a heads-up display that integrates GPS, Bluetooth, and more - with a host of onboard sensors to bring new possibilities to your alpine experience.

Where The F**k Was I?
202 Maps. 35,801 Locations. June 2010 to April 2011.
The data in this book was retrieved from the consolidated.db file of James Bridle’s iPhone. This information was recorded anonymously without the user’s knowledge, and represents the device’s own record of its location.

Where The F**k Was I?

202 Maps. 35,801 Locations. June 2010 to April 2011.

The data in this book was retrieved from the consolidated.db file of James Bridle’s iPhone. This information was recorded anonymously without the user’s knowledge, and represents the device’s own record of its location.

iPhone Tracker is an open-source application that maps the information that your iPhone is recording about your movements. It doesn’t record anything itself, it only displays files that are already hidden on your computer. 

iPhone Tracker is an open-source application that maps the information that your iPhone is recording about your movements. It doesn’t record anything itself, it only displays files that are already hidden on your computer. 

Shot Note from Japanese stationary company King Jim is a notepad for storing hand written notes in a digital format. The iPhone app recognises the fiduciary markers on the corner of the pad and corrects the perspective, colour and scale to fit the iPhone screen perfectly.
"Handwritten text can be imported as-is from the photo, and if you write in the No. and DATE boxes, on the top right of the notes, they get read using OCR. You can use the number and date to search your data and re-arrange your notes."
Website (JP)

Shot Note from Japanese stationary company King Jim is a notepad for storing hand written notes in a digital format. The iPhone app recognises the fiduciary markers on the corner of the pad and corrects the perspective, colour and scale to fit the iPhone screen perfectly.

"Handwritten text can be imported as-is from the photo, and if you write in the No. and DATE boxes, on the top right of the notes, they get read using OCR. You can use the number and date to search your data and re-arrange your notes."

Website (JP)