Do you think Windows Aero is not enough? If you really need to experience something new, you may want to consider T3Desk. This free application for Windows (only) will change your desktop into a pseudo-3D world. You can use keyboard shortcuts to move through the windows, maximize/minimize them to the edge of your monitor and arrange them in manner as shown above. Of course you can change transparency, animation features and other finer controls.
The picture might excite you but just hold on! Undoubtedly this machine has the ability to create yummy looking keyboard shaped waffles, but it is not just available for sale yet. Why? The reason is that this idea was merely the result of a project, for the School of Visual Arts, that needed any obsolete machine to be converted into something useful to repurpose it.
It was a rough fight for the third spot. But after the release of Chrome for Linux and the Mac, it was clear. Google slipped past Safari by a narrow margin. According to Net Applications, Chrome jumped to 4.4% and surpasses Safari’s 4.37% market share. Ofcourse the number may change and fluctuate considerably, but considering Google’s immense popularity it is unlikely that Safari can get back to the same position. This was inevitable, people.
What you see above is a powerful 3D camera and definitely the camera with the highest number of lenses, as per Guinness World Records. The number stands at 158 (lenses). Made by Nagoya Institute of Technology, this camera has been designed by Associate Professor Yojiro Ishino and his students in order to take 3D pictures of a flame.