It costs about $600 today, but resourceful folks are already finding clever ways to upcycle and get the full use from Apple’s new iPad. We’ve already featured ways that an iPhone app can spare you from cellphone radiation. Now, consider the Pocket Sprocket, featured in the above video, by a company called Maya. With your iPad inserted into the back of your cycling wear, and the app installed, your iPad becomes a very handy and brightly lit navigation device for drivers to follow. Are you stopping, turning right, left or heading in an unstoppable straight line? Let your iPad do the talking. Perfect, we say, for the perils of Middle East road rage. Follow the video to sew your own pocket.