Prop I made for supanova that I didn't get a chance to pull out.
It's made from laser engraved Perspex and LEDs with a worbla handle. I designed the art and lasered it myself. And it's my first time using worbla.
Redesigns the Star Trek Tricorder and Makes the Apple iCorder by Martin Hajek
Lately I’ve seen designer Martin Hajek engaging in a few Star Trek and Star Wars-related projects and redesigning droids, light sabers and other sci fi gear into Apple products. Well, the turn of the Star Trek tricorder has come and the famous scanner is given an Apple makeover. Thus, here comes the iCorder, a medical device, with a ton of iPhone-like features. Somehow, this model adopts the clamshell design and it also gets a Lightning or USB type C port, Home button and even a smaller remote-like accessory. That’s supposed to be the medical tricorder, that’s dockable and the device runs all the famous iOS apps. I see there are also some storage plates of sorts in the mix, or perhaps patient cards, the blue and red one…. We know Apple doesn’t like slots and cards, so that’s pretty strange. The iCorder uses 4 flashes and adopts a clamshell design, plus the basic format features of an iPhone, complete with plastic lines at the back and pill shaped buttons.
Would you see this happening within the medical system?
Happy 52nd birthday to Alexander Siddig! He was born in Sudan, but was raised in Britain. There, he attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, where he pursued his interest in theater. After leaving this school, he worked as a director in a London theater. In 1990, he acted in his first TV show, "A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia." His role as Prince Feisal caught the attention of a Star Trek TV producer, Rick Berman. Alexander auditioned for the role of Benjamin Sisko in "Deep Space Nine," but due to his young age, was cast as the eager Dr. Julian Bashir instead. After finishing Star Trek, he went on to act in various films and television shows. In 2015, he appeared in seasons five & six of "Game of Thrones", where he played the part of Doran Martell.
Good morning! Are you free to join me tomorrow for this conference. I am talking financial awareness and investments, drawing tips not from Wall Street or Canary Wharf but from the Ancient City of Babylon 5000 years ago. It promises to be very insightful. Send me a private message if you want to attend so I can make necessary arrangements. #leavetheladderthere