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iPad bicycle jackets
An experiment conducted by Maya transformed an iPad into wearable technology. The 'Maya Sprocket' was an application and jacket -- still possible to create through DIY -- which used the tablet to indicate which direction a cyclist was planning to take while on the road. The iPad was mounted on the back of a cyclist jacket, and if you planned to stop or slow down you triggered a "stop sign," whereas if you turned, a "turn" signal appeared on your back.
Image credit: Maya
Combining the iPad and velcro
Interactive dashboard and research into connected cars is a hot topic at the moment, but you can create your own purely by using an iPad and some velcro.
Windows 95 On An iPad
I can't say I understand why you would do this, but if you want to go retro and install Windows 95 on your iPad, the instructions are below.