Sunday, November 11, 2007

Wi-Fi Detector Shirt

The glowing bars on the front of the shirt dynamically change as the surrounding wi-fi signal strength fluctuates. Finally you can get the attention you deserve as others bow to you as their reverential wi-fi god.

Product Features

* Glowing animated shirt dynamically displays the current wi-fi signal strength.
* Shows signal strength for 802.11b or 802.11g
* Black 100% Cotton T-Shirt
* Animated Decal is Removable (with hook and loop fasteners) for Easy Washing
* Battery Pack is Concealed in a Small Pocket Sewn Inside the Shirt
* Runs for hours off three AAA Batteries (not included)

Washing Instructions

1. Carefully peel animated decal from front of T-Shirt
2. Unplug ribbon connector behind decal and remove decal
3. Unplug battery pack and remove it
4. You can leave the ribbon cable inside the shirt
5. Machine wash gentle cycle on cold
6. Hang to dry

Please Note: If you plug the connector into the battery pack backwards the shirt will not animate properly. It will not damage the shirt. Simply reverse the connector.


Saturday, November 10, 2007

Can your pen, can make a call?

Take this pen for example, looks like an ordinary pen, right? Think again, this pen is actually a cellphone.

This gadget is still in concept stage, which means it doesn't exist yet. But here are some details: the pen is designed to connect with Bluetooth headsets, it will have a USB connector, a microSD slot, a mono LCD screen to show numbers and any other information you expect to be on a cellphone.

Numbers are dialed with a touch interface number system, which is etched into the pen itself. The USB connector also doubles as a control wheel to scroll through address books and call navigation.

The pen acts as an antenna, as it's nine inches long. And guess what, the pen actually writes!

We really like this design, and remember, , if you have to write down a phonenumber someone gives you, wouldn't it be silly to ask to borrow a pen, when there's one in your ear?


Artificial Corneas Can Make Blind See

German researchers have developed an artificial cornea that promises easy integration with a patient's native cornea, and prevents cellular hyperplasia on its plastic surface:
"Our artificial corneas are based on a commercially available polymer which absorbs no water and allows no cells to grow on it," says IAP project manager Dr. Joachim Storsberg. "Once our partner Dr. Schmidt Intraokularlinsen GmbH has suitably shaped the polymers, we selectively coat the implants: We lay masks on them and apply a special protein to the edge of the cornea, which the cells of the natural cornea can latch onto. In this way, the cornea implant can firmly connect with the natural part of the cornea, while the center remains free of cells and therefore clear." What is special about this protein is that it can survive the later thermal sterilization of the artificial cornea without being damaged, as it does not have the three-dimensional structure typical of large proteins. Such a structure would be destroyed during the sterilization process, leading to changes in the material's properties. The optical front part of the implant is coated with a hydrophilic polymer, so that it is constantly moistened with tear fluid.

Researchers in Dr. Karin Kobuch's working group at Regensburg University Hospital have already tested these corneas in the laboratory and found that their cells graft very well at the edge and cease growing where the coating stops. The optical center of the implant thus remains clear. The first implants have already been tested in rabbits' eyes - with promising results. If further tests are successful, the technology will be tried on humans in 2008.


Friday, November 9, 2007

XIAS: 7 MP DCS760 Digital Camera

Digital Camera 7.0 Megapixels

Superior image clarity (7.0 Megapixels) a large 2.5" LCD Display and a slim, striking design


7.0 Megapixel Digital Camera

Slim, elegant design

Captures high-resolution images up to 3072 x 2304

2.5” LTPS TFT LCD, scratch-resistant acrylic panel display

3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom

Movie mode captures video clips with resolution of 640 x 480, 320 x 240, and 160 x 128

Built-in flash with auto, red-eye reduction, always on, slow sync, forced on,forced off

Manual, daylight, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent and custom white balance settings

15 picture taking modes: Program, movie, voice REC, portrait, landscape, sunset, night scene,

text, back light, kids, snow, food, fireworks, building, quick mode

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Apple iPhone Voted as Coolest Gadget of the Year

Stuff Magazine has announced its 10 coolest gadgets in the world for year 2007. And Apple’s two gadgets have grabbed the place in the list of ten.

Stuff Magazine readers have voted for the iPhone as the coolest gadget (first position) even before it makes its way in the UK. This touchscreen device has 8GB memory especially designed for music lovers.

iPod Nano is the other Apple device that appeared in the list of Coolest Gadgets. Nano is on the tenth position.

Leica M8, 10 megapixel digital camera is at the second position while the Tonium Pacemaker, the MP3 DJing gadget got the third highest votes.

Sony Ericsson’s Bluetooth wrist watch MBW-150 vibrates to alert users to incoming calls, allowing them to receive or decline calls. Also Sony Ericsson’s W880i mobile phone was included in the coolest gadgets list at sixth spot.

Some other devices that could make their presence in the list are DIY Kyoto Wattson and Shanling MC-30 MP3/CD amp.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

LG wears Prada!

The Prada phone is a unique, sophisticated and elegant mobile phone with the first complete advanced touch interface.

• Capacitive Touch Screen
• Music Player (MP3, ACC, ACC+, WMA, RA)
• Music Multitasking (Messaging)
• Video Player (MPEG4, H.263, H.264)
• Macromedia Flash UI
• Document Viewer (ppt, doc, xls, pdf, txt )


Camera- 2M CMOS Camera / LED Flash
Dimensions-98.8 × 54 × 12 mm
Memory-External Memory Slot (Micro SD)
Standard Battery-Innerpack Battery 800mAh
USB- USB 2.0, USB Mass storage
Bluetooth-Bluetooth 2.0
Frequency-EDGE Tri-Band (900/1800/1900)


Friday, October 26, 2007

The beautiful pet of Mac: Leopard

Does your desktop get cluttered? You’re hardly alone. So you’ll love one of the most useful new features in Leopard: Stacks. A stack is a Dock item that gives you fast access to a folder of files. When you click a stack, the files within spring from the Dock in a fan or a grid, depending on the number of items (or the preference you set). Leopard starts you off with two premade stacks: one for downloads and the other for documents. The Downloads stack automatically captures files downloaded from Safari, Mail, and iChat, and the Documents stack is a great place to keep things like presentations, spreadsheets, and word processing files. You can create as many stacks as you wish simply by dragging folders to the right side of your Dock. Pretty neat.

your MAC now!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

The rolling Mp3?

"Rolly"- Sony's new intelligent Aibo like music player


Be the first to own Sony's new invention "Rolly," Sound Entertainment Player. SEP-10BT is Sony's new intelligent Aibo like music player. This unique, MP3 player robot gadget features 20mm active speakers that offer an output of 1.2W x 2 Channel. Similar to the much more expensive Miuro, the Rolly will also roam around your room playing back your favorite songs. Adjusting the volume on the Rolly is very unique - hold the unit and move it clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease. The player also comes with 'Motion editor', a software which allows you to customize the unit's motion. Rolly's onboard ambient lights change from blue, orange to green depending on the music playing. Built-in with a 1GB flash memory and bluetooth enabled A2DP/AVRCP for hours of fun and convenient listening experience. Rolly is not just a high end gadget, but an excellent speaker with 2 180 vertical speakers for 360 degree of clear sound. A one of kind robot, music player, and invention.

Power source: Lithium ion battery / USB
Battery duration: Approximately 3-5 hours depending on downloading and playback.
Speaker: 20mm installed capacity: 1.2W + 1.2W
Frequency range: 20 - 20,000Hz
Interface: USB terminal: MiniB/Hi-Speed
Dimensions: Approximately 104 x 65 x 65mm
Weight: Approximately 300g
Capacity: Built-in flash memory: 1GB
Playback capacity: MP3, ATRAC, AAC
Corresponding Bluetooth profile: A2DP and AVRCP
Corresponding Bluetooth codec: SBC and MP3

USB cable (cord/code length approximately 75cm), Lithium ion battery, SonicStage CP, Motion Editor (motion editor), Stand, Instruction manual/quick start guide

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Sunday, October 21, 2007

The Touch of Music | Which Pod are you?

The 3.5-inch display gives you video like nothing you’ve seen before on a portable device. Watch your favorite movie. Catch up on television shows, anywhere. Enjoy video podcasts. Play music videos. All using multi-touch technology that lets you bring up onscreen controls and go widescreen (or back to full screen) with a tap.

If a picture says a thousand words, think of what all the album art in your collection might say. With Cover Flow on iPod touch, you can flick through your music to find the album you want to hear. And when you do, a quick tap of the cover flips it over to display a track list. Another tap starts the music.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

What is Digital scope?

Digital scope is a new informative blog that focuses on all aspect of fresh gadgets that can give an entertainment and satisfaction for those who crave for digital world.