Black & White Clock

July 21, 2009


Digital clock with only figures and no casing. Each figure has self-contained power supply and independent control. A light sensor will switch the clock to an invert mode: the figures are white in the dark time of day and black at daytime. Nice stuff!

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Canon D10

February 23, 2009


Canon D10 with a body size 103.6 x 66.9 x 48.8mm is  waterproof to 33ft, freezeproof, and shockproof. It has a selection of strange looking accessories and interchangeable faceplates

Its got 12.1 megapixels resolution, 1/2.3-inch CCD, 3x Optical Zoom lens with Optical Image Stabilizer, Blink Detection and Digic 4 processor with Face Detection Technology that tracks the faces of moving subjects and lets the shooter enter the frame seamlessly with the Face Detection Self-Timer. Smart AUTO selects the 18 predefined settings for the camera based on  shooting situations. Click the link to see the full specifications.

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Digi-Mug

February 17, 2009


The next generation of photo on a mug.
Coffee mugs with integrated digital photo frames. The Digi-Mug is packed with 1MB of memory that allows you to store about 50 images for playback on its 1.5-inch display using a lithium ion rechargeable battery.

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FujiFilm FinePix F200 EXR

February 5, 2009


FujiFilm FinePix F200 EXR, has 1/1.6-inch Super CCD EXR sensor. The sensor promises high resolution, high sensitivity, and a wide dynamic range without the noise typical of these compact shooters. 12 megapixel resolution, 3-inch LCD, 28-mm wide-angle 5x zoom lens with CCD-shift stabilization, a 5fps burst mode and 640 x 480 video recording in AVI (Motion JPEG) format, support for SD/SDHC and xD Picture Card storage, and automatic shooting modes as well as manual control over the shutter speed and aperture.
1/1.6-inch!!! That’s what you would get in a DSLR now…

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1

January 31, 2009


When we talk about tough cameras, the first brand that usually comes to mind would be Olympus. However, Panasonic has recently join the fray with its first rugged shooter, the Lumix DMC-FT1. 12.1 megapixels camera with 96.3 x 63.1 x 23 mm dimension.

It is waterproof up to 3m, shockproof from drops of 1.5m and has airtight seals to prevent dust and sand from slipping into the innards.
4.6x optical zoom wide-angle lenses with range from 28mm  to 128mm. It can record HD-quality video clips using AVCHD compression.
Not freezeproof and crushproof like the Olympus Mju TOUGH, but still nice.

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This 1.2 MP Digital Camera GiftCard takes pictures and comes with 40 free prints and can be bought with value of USD50-USD1000. GiftCards may be reloaded at any Target Store too. Is it useful? It’s unique though. What else can you do with a giftcard? Makeup mirror? Origami? Hmmm…

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Canon has announced two new portable digital photo printers in their Selphy range, the ES3 and the cheaper ES30 which re-interpretes digital photo printing again.  Each has a built-in 15-in-1 memory card reader, are PictBridge compatible, use integrated ink & paper cartridges and have an LCD preview screen: 3.5-inches with wide-angle viewing on the ES3, 3-inches on the ES30.  The ES3 also gains 1GB of onboard storage, to allow regularly accessed images to be kept on the printer itself.

Both printers have a range of frame, clip-art and calendar templates that can be added on-device to images before printing. The AC adapter is built into the body of the printer so a simple power cable is all that’s required. 

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Livescribe aims to revolutionize note-taking by linking your scrawl to audio recordings.
The Livescribe Pulse converts your writing to searchable computer files. The Pulse, though, adds audio recording synchronized to your handwriting. Point the pen to a spot in your notes (or click on your computer screen), and hear what was said when you wrote it.
Next to the ink tip is an infrared camera that reads a grid of nearly invisible dots on special paper. (You can buy preprinted notepads or download a file to print your own pages.) Based on their arrangement in the grid, clusters of dots represent unique numerical values. Since every spot on every page of every pad is numbered, you can write in any order, and the pen can match it to the correct snippet of audio.

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A cross between a fridge magnet and a digital photo frame… Digital picture frames are getting popular over the months, and a fridge magnet has been around since before I was born… Sooner or later, this should have been expected.
You can have cycling 66 pictures of all the family members with this 2.4-inch LCD screen, 32MB memory, 11 hours of pics from the USB-rechargeable battery and a built-in clock display. £29.99

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D/A Clock

March 21, 2008


Design student Alvin Aronson has rethought our interaction with digital timepieces by making a digital display analog (hope you understand my English), with parts that slide in and out to form numerals. I like…

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