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Player

Do you know how to scratch a guitar? Would you like to quickly play the tune that you´re always humming around? If that´s the case you might want to check out Player from Jamn. Choose a song from your library, open up player, in the app, and, as the song plays, you can see the chords and keys that are playing in realtime, allowing you to quickly visualize it as a guitar, or a keyboard. Hear music like the musicians do, seeing the melodies that are being executed. Developed by musicians it allows you to see the hidden structure of a song, showing it in a way that´s easy and intuitive to learn from. Even for amateurs. Become the next rock star!



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BIOLITE BASECAMP STOVE

Remember the innovative BioLite Camp Stove, a portable stove that uses nothing but the sticks and twigs around you to cook meals and charge gadgets? Well, the same team behind the innovative project have recently developed a larger version, the BioLite BaseCamp Stove, a cooking and charging device for groups. The portable cooker is also powered by burning wood, and converts heat from your fire into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. You can then use...
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BOSAVI HEADLAMP

The Bosavi Headlamp is another Kickstarter success story. The versatile Bosavi can be used as a headlamp, a bike light or a useful lantern(using the packaging that can be folded in origami style). The blindingly bright, lightweight, ultra-compact headlamp features a Lithium polymer battery that can be charged from almost any power supply (solar, kinetic, USB)....
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GAMESTICK | PORTABLE TV GAMES CONSOLE

Manufacturer of electronic accessories PlayJam announced the release of a new portable video game console that runs games from the Android mobile platform. Named GameStick, the device is the size of a pen drive and connects to the HDMI input on a TV , you then use a wireless gamepad to control games. The GameStick uses no wires to connect to your tv or power outlet, another strong point is the price of the games, which start at $ 0.99. PlayJam expect to launch the G...
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