stuff we drool about

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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GoPro Fusion

Meet the GoPro Fusion, the most versatile GoPro ever. The revolutionary action camera  lets you capture immersive 360 video in 5.2K to play back as VR. It also takes 18MP spherical stills, and features amazing built-in gimbal-like stabilization, seamless VR stitching, and lets you use OverCapture for transforming your best spherical clips into traditional videos, and pick your favorite shots and share them as traditional videos. ...
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LEICA Q

Leica Camera has announced the stunning new Leica Q, a full-frame, 24 megapixel digital camera with a fixed, 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens sporting ultra-fast auto focus and full macro capability. The robust digital shooter features a beautiful aluminum and magnesium alloy frame assembled with outstanding craftsmanship, and also features a 3" touchscreen LCD, built-in Wi-Fi and the Leica Q-App for easy sharing of pictures, and is capable of shooting Full HD 1080p/60 vide...
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AQUABOTIX HYDROVIEW | IPAD SUBMARINE CAMCORDER

Like the idea of diving without getting wet? Now you can explore the underwater world from your yacht deck with this amazing contraption. The Aquabotix HydroView is a submarine camcorder, that sends 1080p video and HD photos right up to your iPad. The cool device can dive up to 100 feet and features LED lights to illuminate the ocean floor. via...
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