stuff we drool about

Lytro Camera | Shoot Now Focus Later

This is the Lytro Digital Camera, itīs technology will revolutionize digital cameras forever. If this U.S. startup delivers what they promise, focusing before shooting will be a memory of the past. Focusing comes after, on the computer, the user is free to choose the focus point they want. The Lytro works with a multi-focus system, it looks at different points in the image and saves it in a single file. Itīs like taking several photos at the same time with different focal lengths and gathering all this information in one place.
Cool! Watch the video.




img_lytro_camera_2.jpg | Image

img_lytro_camera_3.jpg | Image

img_lytro_camera_4.jpg | Image

img_lytro_camera_5.jpg | Image



LOEWE SOUNDVISION | Image

LOEWE SOUNDVISION

The SoundVision, manufactured by Loewe is a dock for iPhone and iPod with a revolutionary multitouch display and unparalleled audio quality. It has its own widgets and radio connected to the internet. It can be connected with iDevices, Wi-Fi, Ethernet and Bluetooth na plays Cdīs. The sound system consists of six built-in speakers and a subwoofer. The device is expensive, because according to the manufacturer, has over 250 high-gloss finishes. In addition, it has pol...
read more
BELKIN NETCAM | NIGHT VISION WIRELESS CAMERA | Image

BELKIN NETCAM | NIGHT VISION WIRELESS CAMERA

Belkin has recently introduced the NetCam HD Wi-Fi Camera with Night Vision, a little device that lets you keep tabs on kids or pets from your smartphone or tablet. To setup all you need is a wireless connection and the free NetCam app, you can then watch all the action on your mobile device in 720p HD video with crisp digital audio. NetCam features a wide-view lens, ideal for monitoring a large living room or backyard, and with night vision capabilities you can wat...
read more
PAYPAL HERE | Image

PAYPAL HERE

Paypal announced Paypal Here, a mobile payments solution for mobile devices for payments by credit card, similar to the Square, released in 2010 by the hands of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter. The Paypal credit card reader allows small businesses to accept almost any form of payment, it will charge traders a fixed rate of 2.7% for every transaction made through the device. The service works with a free app available at the app store and is capable of sending...
read more