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Galileo | Robotic Dock

Galileo is another product born from a very successful kickstarter campaign(received more than $700,000 in funding!). Now available for purchase, Galileo is a Bluetooth robotic platform for iOS devices, a dock you can control from any place in the world. Once you plug in your phone, you can control it remotely with a swipe of your finger, rotate, tilt, or even set it to automatically track a moving object. Using Galileo and the Sphere app(free), you can have long-distance video chats, use it as a baby monitor, for home surveillance, you can create multi-exposure spherical panoramas and create breathtaking time-lapses. watch the video



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STAR WARS VOICES FOR TOMTOM GPS | Image

STAR WARS VOICES FOR TOMTOM GPS

This is just the best, Star Wars voices now available for TomTom devices. TomTom owners can download one of four official Star Wars voice packs to install into their TomTom GPS units to spice up their GPS travels. TomTom Star Wars GPS Voices lets you Star Wars characters — including Darth Vader, C-3PO, Yoda, and Han Solo. Check out their site and listen to the samples, also check the video on the detail page of this post....
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Sony RX100 V

Sony´s king of point-and-shoots gets even better! The new Sony RX100 V can shoot an insane 24 RAW images per second for 150 shots! The impressively capable pocket-sized shooter features a new image processor, a built-in RAM chip and larger buffer to speed things up. An improved AF system also boosts its speed to give it the fastest auto-focus on the market. Though it has the same 20.1-megapixel resolution and one-inch size, the compact camera is able to record UHD 4...
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CELLUON MAGIC CUBE | VIRTUAL PROJECTION KEYBOARD | Image

CELLUON MAGIC CUBE | VIRTUAL PROJECTION KEYBOARD

A few months ago, several concepts of the iPhone 5 appeared on the web with a virtual keyboard projected by the device itself. Apple didn´t release it, so a company(Celluon) decided to develop the product and have already put up for sale. The Magic Cube is an ultra-portable, full-sized virtual computer keyboard. It connects to the device via bluetooth or USB, in addition to being compatible with iPhone, iPod and iPad, it can be used with computers, notebooks, smartp...
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