“Foldable and Portable” is how Orangemonkie describes their new, recently funded Kickstarter project, the Foldio2. I will cut to the chase. If you’re looking for a very portable lightbox that is dead simple to use, you should go ahead and preorder the Foldio2. It is a 15” x 15” x 15” light box that folds down into what resembles a small briefcase.
The Foldio2 is lit up by LED.
Setting it up is easy. Its structure is held together with some strong magnets. The Foldio2 is lit up by two LED strips which are dimmable. The lights are bright and even, just what you need from a good light box.
You can add different backdrops.
The Foldio2 comes with several backdrops. So far I have only tested out the black and the white with great results. Orangemonkie is releasing an iOS app soon with an Android app in development. I tried using my basic Camera app on my HTC One (M7) and the photo turned out pretty good. With my Canon 5D Mk III, the photos were exceptional. They were tack sharp.
My Star-Lord character on black taken with a Canon 5D Mk III. – [Flickr]
Yesterday, Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys announced his new side project, The Arcs. The band is made up of Auerbach’s musician friends Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, Nick Movshon and Kenny Vaughan will be releasing their debut album, Yours Dreamily, on September 4th. Judging by their single, “Stay In My Corner”, it will be great album. I would expect nothing less from Auerbach.
This site generates a .gitignore file with common files, folders, and patterns based on the type of project you are working on. For example, you can enter Bower and CodeKit, and it will generate your .gitignore file that has the patterns you would likely want to ignore.
An alternative to jQuery. I haven’t used this yet only because I forgot about it. I will definitely try this out. I hope the performance is close to what it claims. It does not have all the functions that jQuery does, but at first glance, it looks like it has a lot of what I use most.