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Seek Thermal Camera

Seek is a new thermal camera for your smartphone that gives you the power to see the unseen, in both complete darkness and broad daylight. Seek makes high-quality thermal imaging available at a price that’s a fraction of dedicated thermal images. Simply plug in the device and open the included app on your phone, then you can swipe between the thermal image and the one coming from your smartphone´s own camera. Available for both iPhone and Android. via watch the video



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STIR KINETIC DESK

”Sitting is the smoking of our generation"…Sitting down for extended periods is a bad thing for our health, but what if our desk could make us more active during work hours? Meet Stir, the world´s first smart, connected desk. Stir Kinetic Desk will manage your health throughout your working day, it features a built-in touchscreen letting you easily double-tap to elevate the work surface making you stand, it also learns when it’s best to remind you to stand. Stir wil...
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DOORBOT | DOORBELL CAMERA FOR SMARTPHONES

Doorbot is a wireless video doorbell that links to your smartphone allowing you to see and speak to whomever is at your front door! When someone rings at your bell your smartphone will ring as a normal call, when you answer, the video image will show you who is at your front door! Check out the video and see it in action. via...
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TILE APP

If you have an annoying habit of losing things, "Tile app" may be the solution to your problems. Tile app is a new tracking device, simply attach it to any object and find it from afar with a smartphone. Locate anything with Tile, laptops, wallets, keys, guitars, bikes, you name it. Just attach the Tile on to an object and locate it with the included app, it allows you to check how close you are to the missing item, within a 50 to 150-foot range. You can monitor up ...
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