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Icedot Crash Sensor

ICEdot Crash Sensor detects helmet impacts and notifies your emergency contacts. How does it do that you ask...by attaching the sensor to the exterior of any helmet(cycling, ski, snowboard, motorbike...), the sensor is paired with a smartphone app, so when you are out on a ride and for some reason take an impact and get knocked out, the sensor alerts your emergency contact sending them your GPS coordinates via text message. It can be a life-defining difference the next time you hit your head in a crash. ICEdot is currently looking fo supporters and is on fund rasing site Indiegogo. Watch the video



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WACOM INTUOS PEN & TABLET

Wacom´s new Intuos Pen & Tablet allow you to bring your full creativity to life, offering a large digital canvas for art, painting and photo-editing projects. Available in two sizes, the device comes complete with a variety of easy-to-use creative software for sketching, drawing and adding funky effects to photos with a pen-on-paper feel. The multi-touch tablet surface allows you to zoom, scroll and navigate your way around using intuitive gestures. Compatible w...
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MICROSOFT HOLOLENS

Microsoft welcomes you the future with their latest device called HoloLens. Technology is all around us, we use it in every aspect of our lives, but what if we could go beyond the screen and blend the digital world with our own world? Hololens welcomes you to a world with holograms! enabling you new ways to visualize your work, to share ideas with each other, more immersive ways to play games, control your media and apps, and new ways to, create, teach, learn, colla...
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GOOGLE CHROMECAST

The new Google Chromecast is an easy way to enjoy online video and music on your TV. It is google´s answer to other popular streaming devices like Apple TV and Roku. With a simply setup, all you have to do is plug it into any HDTV and connect to your home WiFi network. You can then stream Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, as well as anything on the web through the Chrome browser. It works with Android, iOS, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows. You can get it from to...
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