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Flow Wireless Controller

Flow is a wireless, "Kinect-like" motion controller and dial that makes life a lot easier for digital creatives. Flow is an intuitive and precise shortcut to your favorite actions, you can use hand gesture controls for more than 30 of the most popular applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, Final Cut, AutoCAD or even Spotify. And if you´re a developer, you can build custom Flow interfaces for anything you want! watch the video



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SPHERO | SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED BALL | Image

SPHERO | SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED BALL

U.S. company Orbotix will begin selling by the end of the year a robotic ball with LED light connected via bluetooth and controlled with an app on your Android or iPhone as if it were a remote controlled car. It has a range of around 50 feet and requires no power connection to charge, it has included a induction charge system that feeds the power directly from the smartphone used as a remote control. The Sphero features many other functions: LED lights inside that c...
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AIME | AUTOMATIC TRACKING CAMERA MOUNT | Image

AIME | AUTOMATIC TRACKING CAMERA MOUNT

AIMe is a new robotic device that mounts on a smartphone or video camera, it pans 360º, tilts 180º, and automatically follows and frames the subject. The automatic cameraman keeps track of a sensor you attach to the subject, recording every piece of action, keeping it perfectly framed. AIMe is waterproof and has a 450ft range. watch the video AIMe will be available for purchase summer 2014....
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HERE ONE SMART EARPHONES

The Here One are the first smart interactive earphones on the market. That´s how they´re dubbing them, the mandatory app that comes with it enables you to enhance a speech you´re hearing, to block unwanted sound (like an airplane engine), stream music from your smartphone, talk to Siri or use Google Now, even take calls. With state of the art tech, they´re obviously wireless and use Bluetooth connectivity to connect to your smart device. You may also tailor the soun...
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