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Lightpack

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign(raised over $500,000), Lightpack is now available for purchase. Lightpack is an ambient backlight for your displays, illuminating the wall behind your tv or computer monitor with the same colors currently being displayed on your screen. This creates the impression of a deeper immersion into the scene and visually enlarges your tv display, taking your gaming or movie experience to the next level. It also significantly decreases the negative effects of prolonged viewing in a dark room will have on your eyes. An app is also available allowing you to customize operating modes, colors, turn on/off, etc.. Lightpack is an open-source project, meaning if you´re a geek, you can play around with it and ad new plugins. watch the video



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MEZE 66 CLASSICS HEADPHONES | Image

MEZE 66 CLASSICS HEADPHONES

After the huge success of the "Meze 88 Classics Headphones", Meze are expanding their range with several models such as these mid sized "Meze 66 Classics Headphones", a smaller version of the Meze 88 also offering a warm and natural sound thanks to their stylish ebony wood ear cups. Read our thoughts and check out some pictures after the jump... Photography: blessthisstuff...
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POD A PORTER | NECKBAND FOR IPOD SHUFFLE | Image

POD A PORTER | NECKBAND FOR IPOD SHUFFLE

Simple, convenient, very clean and great style. Created by netherlands Michiel Cornelissen, Pod à porter is the easiest way to wear your music, even when you’re not wearing much. No more wire-tangle, headphones dangling by your knees, or ripping buds from your ears when you take off your jacket. Available in black, white, magenta, blue and green....
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ELBOW CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER | Image

ELBOW CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER

This interesting concept will take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane. Elbow is a clip-on cassette player (similar to the tonearm of a vinyl record player) that snaps onto a cassette tape, grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, and sits against the exposed magnetic tape. You can then turn the device left to play the cassette and turn up the volume, or turn right to fast-forward the tape. Audio is output via a standard 3.5mm headphone plug, and it featu...
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