This month, the guys built iShred, an aluminum-based board with a built-in iPad 2 and a light-up wi-fi beacon.
To pay tribute to him, Signal Snowboards pushed the limit of their Every Third Thursday series and whipped up a «smart snowboard» and created the Steve Jobs Model – the iShred. Aluminum-based, an iPad literally in the base, Signal light that..
In a recent episode, the crew at Signal Snowboards built the iShred, a snowboard tribute to Steve Jobs.
iShred: A Steve Jobs Tribute Snowboard With a Built-in iPad J. Glenn Künzler – Nov 17, 2011 Signal Snowboards has produced what must be one of the most unique Steve Jobs tributes I have ever seen: The iShred – a snowboard with Apple-like aluminum unibody design, a build in iPad 2, and an Apple-esque glowing Wi-Fi beacon.
In a tribute to Steve Jobs, Signal makes a snowboard with an Apple iPad embedded in the nose and a logo that lights up on its base. It’s one of the more complex builds the company has tried, but it works.
California based Signal Snowboards experiment with new designs and ideas every third Thursday, creating a rather popularly viral web series in the process. This time around, they created the iShred: a custom ride with a built in iPad, to create a fitting homage to Jobs.
Signal Snowboards has built a special tribute to Steve Jobs, complete with an iPad mounted in the nose of the board and a glowing LED Signal logo in the aluminum base (similar to Apple’s iconic
This time around the team decided on creating a fitting tribute to Steve Jobs — a custom ride complete with built-in iPad — and thus the iShred was born.
Nov 17, 2011 · Yup, the the iShred, it’s a snowboard built to honor Steve Jobs, and it includes a built-in iPad 2 near the nose of the board, and it even has a fancy Apple-esque glowing logo …
The team over at Signal Snowboards have a regular feature called ‘Every Third Thursday’ in which they create some weird and wonderful snowboard creations. In a tribute to Steve Jobs the team
Signal Snowboards: iShred Snowboard iBoard they recently decided to design a board to pay tribute to the passing of the revolutionary Steve Jobs. Featuring an embedded housing for an iPad and