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Brickit App

Brickit is a cool new App that tells you what you can build out of a pile of LEGO Bricks! This app will specially come in handy for those whom have kids, you will certainly know the despair of ending up with a big pile of bricks, shed from different sets. That is where the ingenious app Brickit comes in. The novel app scans piles of old Lego bricks to offer instructions on how to build new models, with step-by-step instructions just like you would get from the manufacturer. And when you tap the chosen model, the app brilliantly pulls back up your scanned photo and points out right where you can find the bricks needed.



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Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earphones

Sony is taking the next step in truly wireless noise canceling performance and exceptional sound quality with their latest wireless earphones - the Sony WF-1000XM4. The sleek new model features their Integrated Processor V1 and Bluetooth "System on a Chip" technology that improves noise cancellation while also requiring less power. There is also IPX4 water and sweat resistance, 8 hours of battery life, plus Alexa Built-in, LDAC support for high-resolution audio comp...
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WVIL | THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY | Image

WVIL | THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Artefact have imagined a new camera that fits portability, flexibility and quality requirements. WVIL features a DSLR lens, which can be separated from the body of the machine, and continue to capture your images in high definition. This achievement is possible due to the lens that incorporates a full-frame CMOS sensor with 31 megapixels and a system for wireless connection to the body of the machine. Unfortunatly the camera is still in concept stage, but they do me...
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MAXSTONE CAMERA REMOTE

You can now pair your iPhone with your DSLR camera and remotely control it with the wireless Maxstone Camera Remote, even monitor its status, in fact your phone will warn you if you get more than 80 feet away from your camera. Via an included app, you can trigger its shutter, control time lapse or even the bulb settings and micro video. It pairs through infrared and Bluetooth technology, so you get a completely wireless system to control your reflex camera. Through ...
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