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ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink
If the Smart Qwerty remote wasn’t hardcore enough for you, Conspin’s got one more remote control that you should check out, the ANDI-ONE. Actually calling it a remote control is like calling any modern smartphone a “phone”.

Midnight Shot NV-1 IR Digicam Perfect For Night Shots (and Snooping)

Midnight Shot NV-1 IR Digicam Perfect For Night Shots (and Snooping)
There are plenty of infrared lenses and night-vision cameras out there, but this cheap little digital camera is a really affordable way of getting into IR photography. Naturally, any photos you take will look a bit strange and bizarre but that doesn’t stop the Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera from being a fun little cam.
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Invisible Paintings Show Up Only After You Take a Pic

Invisible Paintings Show Up Only After You Take a Pic
I’ve always enjoyed modern art, but involving the viewer with these paintings that only become visible after you take a photo with your cell phone or your camera is genius.

Wowwee Flytech Bladestar R/C Copter Hits the Skies

Wowwee Flytech Bladestar R/C Copter Hits the Skies
WowWee’s new FlyTech Bladestar is a crazy looking flying machine which lifts itself using a helicopter-like spinning rotor, hovering through your living room with ease. But the real cool factor is a special autopilot mode which lets the Bladestar atuomatically avoid ceilings and other obstacles.

Sunwave Src-3200: the Universal Remote Goes Technicolor

Sunwave Src-3200: the Universal Remote Goes Technicolor
With all of the universal remote controls out there, it’s getting pretty tough for remote makers to differentiate themselves. This new remote from Sunwave does a good job standing out from the crowd by offering multi-color LED backlighting for its touchscreen interface. The Sunwave SRC-3200 lets you choose from 7 different backlight colors and an LCD touch panel display that only shows relevant buttons for the current device.

Wii Sensor Bar Isn’t a Sensor at All

Wii Sensor Bar Isn’t a Sensor at All
Some enterprising dudes out there have figured out that the Nintendo Wii’s “Sensor Bar” doesn’t actually “sense” anything. In fact, the sensor bar appears to simply be a set of IR transmitters that provide the Wii-mote with a sense of direction.
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