iPad in a TV evokes the past

Frog Design's creative director assembled a CRT-like wooden enclosure from an iPad dock to recreate an emotional connection to familiar home appliances.

iPad inside a TV
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We'd heard of all sorts of unusual applications for the iPad, such as a giant calculator, but this is one of the more interesting concoctions so far. Here, we see the famed Apple tablet fitted into a vintage CRT TV-like casing complete with a nostalgic "snow effect" as wallpaper for added realism.

This is the handiwork of Frog Design's creative director Jonas Damon, who assembled the retro wooden enclosure from an iPad dock to recreate an emotional connection to familiar home appliances from his upbringing. You can drop by his blog to read about his other creations. Did you come across other wacky iPad contraptions? Share them with us in the TalkBack section.

(Source: Crave Asia via Ubergizmo)

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