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Horseman 3D : Stereo Photography

April 30th, 2006

It seems like Komamura is planing to bring storeo photography back to the line which was apparently quietly spotted at PMA last month. Horseman 3D is a stereo camera that features two 38mm f/2.8 Fujinon lenses which share a single shutter. A prototype was unveiled a few months ago, and Komamura has recently released news of a summer 2006 debut. The price certainly isn’t for the budget-minded at a rumored USD 5,000.
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Matsunichi's MF228 Football MP3 Player

April 30th, 2006

World Cup 2006 fever is just around the corner and if you are one o fthe soccer fans then this is just the right gadget for you. Matsunichi MF228 is a football MP3 player that features a 80 x 48 pixel display, supports MP3, WMA and WAV files, has FM and voice recording, 10 hours of battery life off of a built-in rechargeable battery, and an epic 256MB or 512MB memory capacity. The player also outsizes the 37.4mm diameter Shiro AS at 45.2mm. It will distribute worldwide starting from tomorrow, 1st May 2006.
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Eye-Fi : Wi-Fi on SD Memory Card.

April 29th, 2006

Good news, a very good news indeed. Eye-Fi is essentially a SD Memory card with a Wifi adapter built in. As someone with a decent SD digital camera and a flickr account this could be really cool for me – especially if it would automatically download to my flickr account. Their first product will be a 1GB SD card with built in Wifi. For about the same price as a 1 GB flash card sells for today
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Audio: Funny Korean Clock Lady

April 29th, 2006


Guys, you gotta check this out! This is a conversation between Mr.Bla and a Korean lady. This man was trying to get his clock repaired but the conversation turn out to be….. You will find out. Been spending a little time on this player and finally able to put it up, thanks to Ryan.

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Space Cube : Smallest PC in The World

April 29th, 2006

Japanese has come out with a cute cpu and should be said the smallest pc in the world. Introducing the Space Cube, also known as SEMC5701B. With just the size of 52mm x 52mm x 52 mm it has everything on the board just like normal pc. Features 64 MB of SDRAM, a CPU that can go as fast as 300 MHz and XGA (1024 x 768) screen display.
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USB Opticam with Infra-Red

April 29th, 2006

Webcam are pretty cheap nowadays. This gadget function as a webcam as well but with microphone and nightvision. It features 350K pixel CMOS sensor (VGA), snap shot trigger button and adjustable lens for picture focusing. With the help of 2 infrared lamps and 3 white LEDs, no matter how dark is the environment, you will be found! It captures images at a resolution up to 640 x 480 pixels which is just fine. Its available online now for $20
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BenQ Introduces New HD Compatible LCD TV

April 29th, 2006

BenQ introduced on Tuesday the BenQ VA321, a 32-inch LCD TV featuring a quick 8ms response time, video tuning technology and a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) technology. Info and features after the break.
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Firefox Flicks Video Contest Winners

April 29th, 2006

Mozilla has announced the winners of its Firefox Flicks video contest at the San Francisco International Film Festival. Nearly 300 people submissions created by Firefox enthusiasts from around the world but only 5 were chosen. The grand prize winner, “Daredevil,” will be short-listed for the NY Festival of Advertisings 2006 International Advertising Awards in May. Check out the 5 video after the jump.
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Picture of the Day : lOOk!

April 29th, 2006

This picture was taken at AutoCar Show in Korea. What is the first thing you will be looking at if you have the chance to be there? The car or the cross? Dont tell me you only look at the cross necklace.

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15 Years in the making…

April 29th, 2006

Alex Skiyar the man who took 15 years which is 10,000 hours just to complete this most sophisticated detailed model of the Mil-24 military chopper. He start it in the year 1986 in Kiev (Ukraine) and completed in Toronto, Canada in 2001. He used over 1000 photographs to ensure complete accuracy in the reproduction and over 100,000 parts to complete this modeling project.
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