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Spectre Camera App

Developed by the same team that brought you the popular iPhone camera app Halide, comes Spectre, a new iOS camera app that uses AI to create stunning long exposures, with or without a tripod. Long exposures are very common in the DSLR world, but are one of the hardest shots to pull off on the iPhone, until now, Spectre uses AI and computational photography to produce enhanced long exposures without the usual distractions, from keeping the camera steady to guessing the amount of light you need. Spectre takes care of all of that, and much more. Spectre can remove crowds, turn city streets into rivers of light, make waterfalls look like paintings, and help you make amazing long exposure photographs.



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AIAIAI SWIRL EARPHONES

Danish company Aiaiai makes original headphones. We’ve already featured the TMA-1 headphones, these headphones feature a retro-style plastic design, interesting colorways, and the comforts of modern fit technology. They look really good and have retro telephone-like swirls in the headphone cables....
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DOORBOT | DOORBELL CAMERA FOR SMARTPHONES

Doorbot is a wireless video doorbell that links to your smartphone allowing you to see and speak to whomever is at your front door! When someone rings at your bell your smartphone will ring as a normal call, when you answer, the video image will show you who is at your front door! Check out the video and see it in action. via...
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Logitech MX Vertical Mouse

Long work sessions on a computer can lead to discomfort and even injury, particularly with the constant use of a mouse. Logitech has announced the MX Vertical, an advanced ergonomic mouse meant to reduce muscle strain, decrease wrist pressure, and improve posture. Utilizing a natural handshake position, the high-tech mouse uses a 57-degree vertical angle for improved posture, reducing forearm strain and wrist pressure. It also features a textured rubber surface for ...
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