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Archive for July 2007

Infocus Play Big 1080p Dlp Projector Announced

Infocus Play Big 1080p Dlp Projector Announced
Projector maker InFocus today revealed their new home theater projector that offers full 1080p native resolution. The new Play Big IN82 projector features a TI DarkChip3 DLP light engine, and a maximum contrast ratio of 12,000 to 1, thanks to an iris system.

Suunto Core Digital Watch for Those Outdoor Types

Suunto Core Digital Watch for Those Outdoor Types
This new series of watches offers everything that hikers, climbers and camping enthusiasts could ever want or need. Slated for release this September, the Suunto Core Watch handles the outdoors with ease. The watches can track weather conditions in amazing detail, including a barometer with storm alerts, temperature down to 1° of accuracy, and even graph historical weather trends.
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Daniel Rozin’s Circles Mirror Reflects, Distorts Reality

Daniel Rozin’s Circles Mirror Reflects, Distorts Reality
Artist Daniel Rozin has been creating mind-blowing interactive artworks, combining computers, video cameras and mixed media since 1999. One of his more recent works was this hybrid digital/analog mirror which reflects images from passers-by using a huge grid of rotating circles.

Motorola Slvr NES Controller Mashup

Motorola Slvr NES Controller Mashup
This guy has gone through the painstaking process of cramming his shmancy Motorola SLVR mobile phone into the case of an old Nintendo NES controller. While the end result is pretty fugly from the phone side of things, it looks pretty convincing from the outside.

Sound Lab Teaches Kids Circuit Bending

Sound Lab Teaches Kids Circuit Bending
Whether your child is an aspiring audio engineer or just likes to make weird noises, this educational toy looks pretty cool. The GeoSafari Digital Recording Lab lets kids (and kids at heart) experiment and create their own electronic sound effects.

Rubik’s Cube for Dummies

Rubik’s Cube for Dummies
If solving that old 3×3 Rubik’s Cube is too daunting for you, maybe this version will make things a bit easier. The miniature 2×2 Cube is just one example of the kind of ridiculous stuff that people attach to their cell phones in Japan.

Deodolight: Smell the Light

Deodolight: Smell the Light
Leave it to those wacky Japanese gadget makers to come up with this strange device. This portable lighting fixture doesn’t just illuminate, it deodorizes. According to the device’s maker, e-Revolution, the Deodolight is designed to eliminate (or at least cover up) “ill-smelling” aromas while it slowly fades between an array of colors.

Remote Controlled Water Cannon Lets You Soak Your Friends

Remote Controlled Water Cannon Lets You Soak Your Friends
Just in time for those Summer swimming pool excursions comes this great way to add a little life to your aquatic activities. The water cannon floats around your swimming pool, and can remotely fire 20-foot blasts of water at unsuspecting victims from up to 40-feet away.

Ironic Image of the Day: Airport Security

Ironic Image of the Day: Airport Security
I’m sure this is no indication of the level of security in airport computer systems… …but it sure doesn’t make me feel all warm and fuzzy about flying. Keep up the good work! [via flickr via DevicePedia]

Classic Namco Game Sounds on Your Keychain

Classic Namco Game Sounds on Your Keychain
Wakka, wakka, wakka. Carry the sounds of your video gaming youth wherever you go with these retro sound keychains. Namco Classics Sound Drops play actual sound samples from 80’s classics like Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Galaxian, and Xevious among others.

World’s Smallest Mobile Phone Fits in a Watch

World’s Smallest Mobile Phone Fits in a Watch
A while back I told you about a watch out of China that had a mobile phone built into it. Unfortunately, that ended up being a cheap knockoff of the real deal by Australia’s SMS Technology, and was subsequently pulled off the shelves.

Musician Releases Album on an NES Cartridge

Musician Releases Album on an NES Cartridge
Electronic musician Alex Mauer composes music from the electronic beats and blips of the original sound chips found in classic video game systems. So it’s only appropriate that he’d release an album that plays on the classic Nintendo NES gaming system.

Ipsp: iPhone Interface for the Sony Psp

Ipsp: iPhone Interface for the Sony Psp
Those of you with Sony’s PSP portable gaming system can now install a menu system that looks remarkably similar to the one on Apple’s iPhone. The iPSP software installs onto a Memory Stick and provides ready access to your e-mail, photos, instant messaging, and other applications on the PSP.

Classic Nintendo Controllers for Your Pc or Mac

Classic Nintendo Controllers for Your Pc or Mac
Do you long for the days of the simple, elegantly designed gamepad controllers from Nintendo’s classic gaming systems? Perfect for playing emulated games the way they were meant to be played, you can buy custom-modded versions of the 8-bit NES and 16-bit SNES joypads, ready to use with your PC or Macintosh.

Panasonic Wordsgear Full Color E-Book Reader

Panasonic Wordsgear Full Color E-Book Reader
Panasonic Japan’s recent entry into the e-book market is looking pretty nice. Unlike E-Ink based displays, the WordsGear can display full color images. The WordsGear offers an amazingly sharp 5.6-inch TFT display with a 1024×600 pixel resolution (that’s about 211 pixels per inch.) This means reading small type should be no problem, and easy on the eyes.

Oppo V3 Media Player Slims Down

Oppo V3 Media Player Slims Down
This media player from China’s Oppo was already pretty nice looking, with its 2.4-inch 320×240 color screen, MP4 playback capabilities and touch-sensitive backlit buttons. Now the company has announced that they are cutting the thickness of the player down to an insanely slim 6.9 millimeters.
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