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Surf Lakes

Surf Lakes is a massive pool in Australia that generates 5 different types of waves for surfers! Equipped with a huge contraption that creates waves in concentric circles that then radiate outwards, the pool has been designed to potentially produce over 2,000 waves per hour, suitable for all skill levels and surf craft. It delivers 5 levels of perfectly natural looking waves all at the same time, from beginner to pro (a heavy slab, suitable for high level surfers and bodyboarders) on 10 separate breaks around the pool. It mimics the ocean ground swells, with waves coming in sets of two to six, and break over specially shaped reefs. watch the video below



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GARMIN FORERUNNER 305 | Image

GARMIN FORERUNNER 305

Take your running or cycling to the next level with the Forerunner 305 GPS receiver with heart rate monitor. The Forerunner 305 is a personal training assistant with integrated GPS that provides accurate information to athletes on speed, distance and pace of training. A wireless heart rate monitor enables the user to continuously monitor physical effort. Includes training center software, which allows users to download workout data for a detailed analysis and provid...
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DRAGON APX POLARIZED 2012 GOGGLES | Image

DRAGON APX POLARIZED 2012 GOGGLES

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PUSH SNOWBOARDING | BY NOKIA AND BURTON | Image

PUSH SNOWBOARDING | BY NOKIA AND BURTON

Nokia, in partnership with Burton, developed a monitoring system for snowboarders. The idea is to connect a series of sensors (heart rate, pressure on the board and orientation) to a Arduino processor, which then sends via Bluetooth, the acquired data to a Nokia N8, which records the entire performance (including the phone´s GPS path).  All this through a free application that can be downloaded from the Push Snowboarding web page. The Push Kit should be availab...
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