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Cat S60 Smartphone

Caterpillar have introduced the S60 Smartphone, the world’s most waterproof mobile phone, and the world’s first with an integrated thermal camera. Designed for engineers and construction workers, the ultra rugged phone also features a 13-megapixel camera and a one-millimeter-thick Gorilla Glass screen. But the stand out feature has to be the integrated FLIR camera allowing the user to see in total darkness.



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SOLAR POWERED WINDOW SOCKET | Image

SOLAR POWERED WINDOW SOCKET

Designers Kyuho Song & Boa Oh have developed the brilliant Window Socket, a portable device intended to enable you to use electricity freely and conveniently in a space restricted in the use of electricity, such as a plane, a car, and outdoors. The Window Socket attaches easily to any window and is charged with solar energy that is then converted into electric energy through a converter. The clever product is currently in concept stage, with the desi...
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RILEY HOME MONITORING ROBOT | Image

RILEY HOME MONITORING ROBOT

The Riley Home Monitoring Robot is a new device developed to boost up security at the spot of your choice, this bot is able to run around on tank belts, and check its surroundings, recording both image – with HD quality - and sound allowing you to keep an eye on whatever you want to. It even has night vision so it can work in the dark, and integrated microphone and speakers so you can tell intruders that the police have been called. All of the sound and image footag...
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CARL ZEISS CINEMIZER 3D PLUS GLASSES

The new video eyewear from Carl Zeiss is your take along personal video screen and mobile TV. In the future, youll be able to watch any movie. The special ZEISS technology guarantees unparalleled image quality on an imaginary TV screen with a 115cm (45 inches) diagonal at a distance of 2 meters (78 inches) for the cinemizer video glasses. Source...
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