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Apr 30, 2009

100 DVD on a Single Disk - GE Technology

General Electric is the one who is responsible for this technological breakthrough. The company who has been “bringing good things to life” have used holograms to make this good thing a reality.

This could eventually lead to micro-holographic players that could play CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and these cool holographic discs. These discs could hold 500 GB of memory, and it is possible to produce these holographic discs at 10 cents per gigabyte. That is a lot cheaper than the $1 a gigabyte for a 25 gigabyte disc.

Source: gadgetell

A Bed Spread that keeps you up all night

The Luminex Fiber Optic Bed Covers would make a lovely edition to a “love bedroom”. Who wouldn’t be dazzled by bed covers that glow in the dark? Now all that is missing is the Barry White music. “Ooh baby baby, your love’s so good it makes the sheets glow”.

The glow effect is produced by fiber optics sewn directly into the covers themselves, and it has to be plugged into the wall for power. In case you are wondering, this doesn’t work as an electric blanket in the sense that it raises the temperature.

As for how to wash these covers, I believe they are hand washable with natural soap. It doesn’t look like you have to worry about getting these bed covers wet. So if you or your partner spill the champagne, no problem!

You realize that this lightshow will cost you. A 63 x 78.8 inch (160 x 200 cm) cover costs about $660. Yeah, I probably wouldn’t spend that much on my whole honeymoon, and a honeymoon suite is where these sheets belong.

Source: ohgizmo

Apr 26, 2009

Mini Robots called ROBO-Q - RC Toys

People talking about Robots consider it as warring machines that are able to level a city in no time with its array of missiles and lasers. Well, here’s some news - not all robots are marauding technological monsters who love nothing better than wipe out an entire city for no good reason.

There are some small and cute ones like the Robo-Q Tiny R/C Robot which are fully walking models, they are also equipped with fully autonomous modes in order to prevent bumping into obstacles as well as chase after the included soccer ball. For folks who are control freaks, you’ll be pleased to know these $39.99 robots will come with a remote. Bear in mind this imported toy comes with an all-Japanese manual, but you ought to figure out how to insert the AA batteries, don’t you?

Source : Thinkgeek

Fishing Rod for THE STRIKE Game

I remember playing this handheld electronic game ten years ago called Bass Fishin’. I’m sure most of you remember it, because it was quite a big seller. In this game, you had a controller that looked like a fishing rod, and a little screen to show when the fish were ready to be caught. A shaker was also in there, and if you brought up the rod controller at the proper time, you would get points for the fish you caught.

It would appear that Griffin International wants to take this fishing action and put it on the console with The Strike. As you can see, The Strike comes with a fishing rod controller for what one gaming publication has called “the best fishing video game ever created”.

Griffin has said that the game will also feature customizable characters with boats, lures, rods, and reels. Its advanced graphics allow for “realistic lake bottom topography” and “lifelike fish behaviors”.

The Strike will be available during the fall for the Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii, and the PC. I’m not certain what the price is for the Wii or PC, but the Xbox 360 package with rod controller is planned to be $69.99.

In addition to The Strike, Griffin is also planning on releasing a game based on hunting rather than fishing. The title of this game is simply The Hunt, but I haven’t heard anything about a controller that looks like a hunting rifle.

Source: cnet

Apr 25, 2009

A Gremlin that doesnt Multiply when its wet

Have you Ever watched the Movie Gremlins years back?...It brings back memories of a cute little bugger that comes with specific care instructions, which were obviously disobeyed resulting in a whole lot of chaos in the neighborhood. Well, nice to see ThinkGeek offer the Singing Gizmo Gremlins Plush that won’t spawn nefarious copies of himself when fed after midnight or getting wet.

Now you can take your own cuddly plush Singing Gizmo home with you. He’s a little smaller than life-size and looking a bit mischievous. Shake him and he sings the soothing song of the Mogwai while slowly rocking back and forth. Please don’t get him wet, expose him to bright lights or feed him after midnight. We can’t be responsible for the consequences.

Looks (and sounds, literally) like the perfect gift for any 1980s movies fan without costing a whole bundle with him going for $22.99.

Source: Thinkgeek

Apr 17, 2009

Is it a Bracelet or a watch?

The LED watch was designed by Hironao Tsuboi and appears to just be a metal band. The wrist-band itself is handsome enough, and when I first saw the pictures I though that it was just that — an ironic man-bracelet. But in the side-by-side comparison you can clearly see the digits peeking through the gaps. Press the button and the LEDs glow to tell the time in refreshingly traditional digits.

The LED watch is sadly marked as “coming soon”, and is currently stranded on the product page without a price or shipping date. I want one enough that I have set a calendar reminder for two months in the future when I will return to check up on it, and thence inform you, the stylish and handsome/beautiful reader, of its availability.

Source: 100per

Self Erase USB flash Drive - Secure

Fujitsu Laboratories announced a couple of new technologies that should help prevent data stored on a USB flash drive from ending up in the wrong hands. The first is the secure USB memory device prototype pictured above that may have been inspired by a piece of Babybel cheese. It works like your standard USB flash drive, but it’s got a processor and battery on-board that can be used to automatically erase the data after a specified amount of time, or if the flash drive is plugged into an unregistered computer.

The second development is a file redirect technology that can prevent files on a USB flash drive from being saved to another computer, or uploaded to an unapproved server. I’m not exactly sure how that technology is designed to work, since the Fujitsu press release is a little vague on the details, but the goal is to prevent confidential files from being emailed outside the office, or even printed.

Source: Fujitsu

Apr 12, 2009

Limited Edition Resident Evil 5 Flash Drive

This Chainsaw flash drive was originally bundled with the very pricey Resident Evil 5 for the Xbox 360. Of course, not everyone that bought the bundle wanted to hang onto the limited edition flash drive. So instead of storing their own files on the drive they’re posting them on eBay. Frankly, I’m not sure why anyone would want to get rid of the chainsaw, Anyway its cool for the rest of us. That works out perfectly for those that can’t afford the limited edition $100 bundle. The bundle itself would likely be worth the price since it also includes a 3 DVD feature about the making of the game. It’s hard saying what people will post their drive for on eBay, but likely they’ll stick within the same price range as this one. At least one has already been posted for a decent price. You can find the 2GB drive for $22 on eBay.

Source: EverythingUSB

Apr 9, 2009

Wall-E Computer Case MOD

Everyone who watched Wall-E when they went to see it in theaters last year should have enjoyed it. After it came out there were lots of different homemade Wall-E’s floating around the internet. However, this Wall-E case mod definitely takes the cake.

Apparently some Russian guy went and saw the movie, and decided that he absolutely had to have a Wall-E computer. He’s a pretty cool little robot, so I can understand putting in a little effort and making something decent looking. However, this guy went the whole nine yards. He flawlessly fashioned the entire thing from sheet metal.

Source: Casemods

Apr 3, 2009

Portable Entertainment Pack - I call it PEP

Chinavision's CVFH-N03-4G may not have the catchiest titles, but it does boast an impressive array of emulators to satisfy your on-the-go retro gaming needs -- although we imagine those tiny shoulder buttons would prove irksome after a while.

Support includes NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy Advance, SNK Neo-Geo and Capcom arcade systems CPS1 and CPS2 -- sorry, no love for Atari 2600 or Commodore 64, here -- all accessible through a menu that in no way, shape, or form resembles Sony's Xross Media Bar. It also plays MP3, MPEG5, FLAC, WMV, AVI, and a few other audio / video formats, and reportedly can function as an e-book reader with text to speech capabilities -- y'know, just in case there weren't enough entities peeved at it being a beacon for ROMs.

As for hardware, we're looking at a 2.8-inch QVGA LCD, 4GB internal memory, a mini-SD card slot, and AV out for the television. Buy one for $87.31, three for $83.82 apiece, or if you're feeling generous, pick up 50 for a more generous, undisclosed discount.

Source: Chinavasion

A shoe That grows as you grow

One thing about having kids is that they outgrow their shoes more often than they wear them out. So, it is with great interest that I’ll be following these new INCHworm trainers which promise to grow with kids up to one full shoe size.

Using a technology called “iFit,” (what, is Apple an investor?!), the INCHworm has an accordion like middle which can be pulled out after pushing a button release. Then, wearers can pull out by the toe in ½ size increments. While pulling out to extend the size, there is a counter in the heal which ticks off the size change. But built into the heal is bound to break it before it can properly keep track. Regardless, this translates to essentially having three pairs of shoes before having to replace them, giving Junior plenty of time to wear the shoes down a tad more before outgrowing them. In fact, designers promise that these shoes will take the toughest playground abuse kids have to offer and last three to six months longer than the average tennis shoe. The INCHworm also has another advantage … if your kid has one foot larger than the other, which is fairly common, the shoe’s can be adjusted accordingly thereby making for a far more comfortable fit.

The INCHworms are available in Great Britain now through distributor Fat Shoes Day and are available in three styles for kids aged three to ten. Cost is a tad pricey upfront, though, at $106 US.

Source: Daily Mail