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Eye-Fi Phones Home Stolen Cameras

Since purchasing a DSLR last year, my major problem hasn’t been related to having a good time, but rather endlessly worrying if my camera will be lost, stolen or broken. I haven’t had a chance to use the Eye-Fi wireless SD card yet, but I’ve heard plenty of good things. Now I have another reason to pick one up: security. ...

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Digital Pillow Keeps An Eye On Your Kid

I don’t know what Turkish designer Erdem Selek was thinking when creating this, but Big Brother must have been floating around in someone’s mind. What seems like an ordinary pillow is really a space-alien with a digital eye. It’s designed to let newborn mothers watch their children through a webcam when they’re sleeping. Some would argue it’s lovely, others would ...

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NYU Student Makes 2-D Girlfriend to Cure Loneliness

In more depressing news, nerdy engineer Drew Burrows has created a 2-D virtual image projected from the ceiling to your bedsheets called: INBED. Reminiscent of the virtual guard dog, this 2-D image interacts via “infrared sensitive” light, making it respond to various actions you’d do to a loved one while laying in the sack. Except for sex. As for satisfying ...

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Spy Glasses Are The Real Deal

Filming people doing silly sings is much easier when your camera is hidden secretly in the arms of your sunglasses. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to spend $402 on these suave spy sunglasses so you can be the next Ethan Hunt. A simple button push is all it takes to switch the view that you wish ...

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Envelope Divider Turned Tech-Gear Holder

Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, in comes Geargripper. The foam padded place to put all the crap you have in your pockets onto when you get home from work. No sir, an end table just won’t do anymore. PDA, cellphone, your watch, you name it; Geargripper can grip it! The padding is soft, so it won’t scratch ...

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Sorry Prepubescent 20-Year Olds, No Smoke Break For You

A Japanese company called Fujitaka has introduced a “Child Check System” for cigarette vending machines that uses facial recognition. It then compares the face with 100,000 faces in the vending machines database after taking a digital photograph of the consumer. The legal smoking age in Japan is 20, so if you just so happen to be a 13-year old looking ...

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Panamatic Mount Runs Full Circle For Panoramic Perfection

Unless you’ve got enough dough to shell out on equipment you might only use a few times, you’re probably not willing to save up for a high-priced solution for panorama photography. For the amount of money it costs to really get the panoramic view down pat, you’re probably better off taking 360 degree photos manually and duct taping them together. ...

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Jewelry Made From Old Camera Parts

What is one to do when they have a love to both cameras, and recycling the old to create the new? Just ask Craig Arnold, leader of the re:vision project, which takes old camera parts, and recycles them into wearable accessories. Using old cameras to refocus (lol, puns) on a new product allows for the ancient parts to be used ...

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High Tech Scroll Concept Is Only A Geek’s Fantasy

There are some gadget concepts that make me want to jump up and lobby to the world about them. This High Tech Scroll concept is a gorgeous idea, there just isn’t the technology available yet to create it. Featuring a 10 MP camera, camcorder, touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth support, and a PC running a full version of XP or Vista (come ...

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Ring Flash Camera Gives A Taste Of Lomo

The tagline for the conceptual NYC Ring Flash Camera says “Now You’re Ready To Become A Fashion Photographer”, and from looking at the stylish design and function of the device, the tag doesn’t seem too far from the truth. Offering a unique design, the flash of the camera is mounted around the lens in a loop, a style we’ve been ...

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