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Leap Motion

We have read great things about the revolutionary "Leap Motion". Yesterday, we watched an impressive video on Gizmodo of the device in action, if you havenīt heard about it, check out the video after the jump, and get ready to be blown away. Leap motion is a Minority Report-style controller that allows you to interact with your computer in real, natural ways. You can do anything without touching anything, no clicks, no taps, you can point, wave, reach and grab just like in real life. watch the video

Leap Motion is available now at amazon




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SONOS MOVE SPEAKER

Sonos has recently announced the Sonos Move, the companyīs first-ever portable speaker. The sleek speaker equally adapts at home and on the go, it has both built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, meaning you can use it as a traditional Sonos speaker (complete with streaming and AirPlay 2) or as a portable rugged Bluetooth speaker. It has up to 10 hours of battery life, and an IP56 protection against rain, moisture, dust, and dirt. Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are built r...
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PLAYSTATION VR

Virtual Reality is here to stay, its being touted as the future for all things sensory, from games to film, from storytelling to visual art. There has been a lot of buzz recently around virtual reality, a technology, which immerses the user in a computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional environment. Sony is the latest brand to present a VR headset, the Playstation VR, a headset with gamers in mind. The sleek device features an expansive 5.7” OLED 1080p di...
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LYTRO ILLUM CAMERA

After the earlier Lytro Camera, equipped with technology that revolutionized digital cameras, Lytro is now back with the Illum; an innovative camera, again based on the light-field camera technology. The Illum is aimed at professional photographers and has an 8x optical zoom, maximum aperture of F/2.0 and can capture up to 1/4000 of a second. The innovation lies, however, in the light sensors and tight DSLR-like body, and as the original Lytro, the Illum m...
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