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Product Review- Xerox WorkCentre 6015B Laser Color All-in-One

When it comes to high volume prints for company paperwork or for small printing businesses, a heavy-duty and reliable laser printer is all you need. Xerox WorkCentre 6015B Laser Color All in One is among the newest products designed with a lot of new features that can meet your daily printing needs. We got a review request from Misco.co.uk for this product and we gladly accepted to try our hands on this MFP and test it hard for our visitors.

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Fetchbot For The Impersonal Dog Owner

Playing fetch with a dog can be a tiresome activity, especially if your dog has the energy of an Ox which has the energy of two Oxen. That’s where the Fetchbot comes in to play. It’s essentially a tennis ball catapult that’s designed to keep your dog busy while you can enjoy the finer things in life, like not playing ...

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DIY iPhone Scanner

Now don’t get too excited. This isn’t some crazy contraption that will scan your friend’s boobs when you’re out to dinner one night. This is a nice limited contraption that allows you to “scan” items with your iPhone. It’s essentially a stand that holds the iPhone up with a white piece of paper on the bottom to keep the background ...

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What Does A Camera See?

New spy cam software has been compared to scramble suits worn by narcotics officers in Philip K Dick’s novel/movie A Scanner Darkly. No one wants their own mug shown in some criminal surveillance video simply because you became an anecdote for “the wrong place at the wrong time.” With this new software, faces will be blurred and encrypted; protecting the ...

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Milkscanner Does Exactly What You’re Thinking

I don’t know how Friedrich Kirschner pulled this stunt off but it’s one of the best DIYs I’ve seen in a long time. He essentially constructed a 3-D scanner out of LEGOs, a webcam and milk. Watching the above video, you can see how Friedrich places a figurine into a vat of milk. A picture is taken and a spoonful ...

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Build Your Own LEGO Scanner

We love LEGOs and while we’re partial to the Mindstorms set, Anders Sborg has built and programmed his own NXT scanner comprised mostly of these bricks. For those not familiar with NXT scanners, they’re a “standalone” scanner that can scan and save images as BMP-files. The images scanned can be saved in either 24-bit true color, 8-bit color or gray ...

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Scan your graphs directly into MS Excel

Most of the scanners in market nowadays have OCR functions, that is, they can recognize the alphabets on the paper and convert them into texts (not graphics). More advanced scanners can scan documents and safe them directly as PDF or MS Word files. PFU, a subsidiary of Fujitsu Japan has just brought out a scanner that can scan your graphs ...

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Abracadabra! Your papers are now in this wand, it’s scanning magic.

While scanners haven’t really been in the forefront of technology innovations and annoucenments as of late, this full page scanner sure does find a place in anyone’s heart who has had to carry around bags of press releases lately (CES and Macworld anyone?). This wand is very simple to use. All you do is run it over the page you ...

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