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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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NUMARK IDJ LIVE

You can now unleash your inner superstar DJ, with the Numark iDJ Live for Ipad, iPhone and iPod, there´s no easier way to become a DJ. With ease-of-use and innovative multi-touch mixing features, this is a must have accessory if you have never tried DJing before. You can mix your iPad music library on a hyper-realistic turntable interface app, using two large performance platters and a central mixer section with a crossfader, buttons and knobs. iDJ Live comes comple...
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OBI WORLDPHONE

Obi Worldphone is a new project by former Apple CEO John Sculley and former Apple Industrial Design lead Robert Brunne. The new startup is hoping to shake up the affordable Android market with two beautiful devices, the SF1 ($199) and the SJ1.5 ($129), both combine stylish designs and decent specifications. The SF1 boasts a 5-inch display(1920x1080), a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a high-end Sony 13MP camera, Dolb...
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SUBPAC M2

SubPac M2 aims to transform you into the next sound bionic human, with the most immersive experience available. SubPac M2 is a backpack that transfers the physical dimension of sound directly to the body, letting you feel and not just hear the low frequencies of whatever you´re hearing, music, a movie, or a video game. So you still get that special bass feel without having that hard thump on your eardrums. It features a control box that allows you to adjust the bass...
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