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Nod

Goodbye touch screens, meet NOD, a tiny ring that serves as your home’s new remote control, in fact you can use it to control your entire connected life. The Bluetooth enabled gesture controller uses 32,000 DPI of resolution for incredibly precise control at up to half a millimeter of accuracy, allowing you to control almost every connected device including smartphones, smart tv´s, cars, and home automation devices, by simply moving your hand in the air. watch the amazing video



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GENEVA SOUND SYSTEM MODEL S

Geneva Sound System not only allows direct connection for iPod devices, iPhone and any MP3 player, it was designed to ensure a sound quality far above the average for a small box, including several features that clearly distinguish it from most compact sound systems. The Model S has an internal architecture that accurately recreates the sound played on conventional hi-fi systems. In addition to excellent sound performance, the Geneva Model S is packed with details t...
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SKILYNX

SkiLynx is a new app that lets you connect with your friends on the slopes. You can create a private ski group where you can check what run or lift each person in your group is riding, in real-time, the difficulty of their runs, as well as their current location on the resort map. Along with group chatting using customizable quick messages, all from your iPhone or Apple Watch. ...
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AIME | AUTOMATIC TRACKING CAMERA MOUNT

AIMe is a new robotic device that mounts on a smartphone or video camera, it pans 360º, tilts 180º, and automatically follows and frames the subject. The automatic cameraman keeps track of a sensor you attach to the subject, recording every piece of action, keeping it perfectly framed. AIMe is waterproof and has a 450ft range. watch the video AIMe will be available for purchase summer 2014....
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