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Auto Lift Iron – No more burns

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By continuous innovation in the sector of small household appliances born AUTO-LIFT of Aries, the steam iron that revolutionizes the way to iron. The innovative patented auto-lifting makes AUTO-LIFT the only iron that can rise and fall at the touch of his hand. The special micro-capacitive sensors on the handle are able to “feel” the grip to activate the integrated mobile auctions in the plate: in this way raises the iron when it is at rest and when it lowers it in action. AUTO-LIFT always ensure high performance. With an output of 2400 Watt and with a shot of steam 100 g / min, is actually an iron unbeatable, even in ideal board vertically. Equipped with stainless steel plate ultrascorrevole, three different adjustments of the intensity of the steam system and antidrip slips quickly on any type of tissue and not drip on your clothes. With the device auto-off iron also ensures maximum protection turn off automatically after 8 minutes of time.

Source:  Auto Lift

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Flux Flat Folding Chairs

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Flux chair from flux chairs on Vimeo.

Not only are they easier to stack and store, but these flat folding chairs from Flux also look about 1000X more comfortable than the traditional stacking office chair.

Source:  Flux Chairs

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Back2Life Continuous Motion Massager – Back Relief

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Back2Life Continuous Motion Massager

Helps relieve low back discomfort in minutes a day—no drugs, stretches or costly therapies.  Tired of back discomfort slowing you down? Get Back2Life®, the revolutionary device that gently and naturally helps align the spine, relieve pressure and discomfort.Just lie back and relax, while Back2Life® does the work for you. Back2Life® uses a revolutionary technique called Continuous Passive Motion to gently and comfortably lift your tailbone and flex the spine. Over time, this slow, rhythmic motion helps align the spine, relieve pressure and discomfort and improve mobility.

Use for just 12 minutes in the morning and 12 minutes in the evening—that’s it!
No aggressive kneading, no stretching, and no expensive treatment sessions. Using Back2Life® is truly relaxing—you won’t feel any drastic movements, yet over time the slow, steady, motion gently stretches your spine, while loosening tight muscles and relieving pressure and discomfort. Adjusts to accommodate different heights (from 4′8″ to 6′6″). Designed for individuals up to 300 lbs. Brochure, manual and instructional DVD included.

“Back2Life’s gentle, all-natural approach to relieving back discomfort is truly revolutionary!” Dr. Marc Darrow, MD, J.D.

Source:  Brookstone

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DXG readies first 3D camcorder

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Someone was bound to offer a 3D camcorder, but who would have thunk it’d come from pocketcam maker DXG? We got a gander at this pistol-grip, dual lens stereoscopic 3D View model, due in June. It shoot only VGA standard def 3D video, but what do you want for just $400?

Believe it or not, that $400 isn’t just for the camera. You also get a 7-inch digital video viewer. The 3D in both the camcorder’s 3-inch 3D LCD viewfinder LCD and the frame look almost holographic. For what it is, footage actually looked pretty cool. The video is in Motion JPEG, a pretty standard file format, but you likely won’t be able to view the 3D footage on anything other than the DXG panel.

Equally cool, or cooler, are three other new 2D HD cams, the DXG-A85 HD (March, $300), the DXG-A80V HD ($250, on sale tomorrow), and the DXG-590V HD ($200, end of February), which solve a vexing problem: you want to shoot at low resolution for easy upload to YouTube or other social media sites, but you want HD for posterity. All three of these models shoot two versions, HD and QVGA, simultaneously and stores two separate files.

Source:  Dvice

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Metal detection shoes – treasure hunter

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The humble practice of metal detection is one traditionally associated with weird old men who tramp around the beach, but that image is set to be cast aside thanks to these Treasure Seekers. Essentially a metal detector that doesn’t make you look like a complete nerd, these crafty sandals will make hunting for metal items amongst the shingle a much more agreeable prospect.

These Treasure Seekers have the appearance of regular beach or summer wear, but have a nifty pack that straps to your leg and beeps every time your feet pass over a priceless Roman coin. There are three LEDs on the unit – green for normal (nothing detected), yellow for the slightest hint of something that might be worth digging for, and red for full-on ‘pass me that spade, I’m rich beyond my wildest dreams’ mode. Alternatively, if the squall of the beeping alarm is too much for you, you can always set it to vibrate instead. In truth, being discreet may well buy you precious seconds while you unearth your next treasure. When you’ve detected all you want to detect, you can simply unplug the detector pack and use them as normal sandals.

Source:  I want one of those

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Fireaway the leading provider of aerosol fire suppression technology Stat-X

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Fireaway receives UL Certification

Fireaway, the leading provider of aerosol fire suppression technology, has become the first company to be awarded Underwriters Laboratories (UL) certification for their line of Stat-X generators.  The initial listing covers the 30 through 1000 gram electrical generators, the remaining products will be added as testing is completed.

Source:  StatX

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Retinal Prosthesis – Helping the blind to see again

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We are developing an optical system for a parallel delivery of information and energy to tens of thousands of pixels in the implant. This system permits normal eye scanning to observe a large field of view, as opposed to “hard wiring” of a video camera to the retinal stimulating array using a single emitter-receiver link. The image from a goggles-mounted video camera is processed in a portable microcomputer and then projected with a pulsed IR LED-LCD array onto the retina. The retinal implant has an array of powered photodiodes converting pulses of light into pulsed electrical current using a power from an intraocular photovoltaic battery.

The leading cause of blindness in developed countries is Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), which results in severe and irreversible loss of vision for over two million Americans. The disease causes deterioration of the photoreceptor cells in the central part of the retina, and currently, there is no cure.

Source:  Stanford

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ClimbStation real climbing without safety harness – climbing treadmill

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ClimbStation

ClimbStation

Price: 29 900 € (+delivery cost) VAT 0%

Delivery time: 8 weeks prior to order + freight time

Warranty: 24 months

About ClimbStation:

For experts and beginners. This product provides real climbing without safety harness and needs only 7 square meters floor space. With this product, your gym or health club facility will grow to 3rd. dimension. Hydraulic and automatic tilting mechanism range is set between +15 – -30 degrees steep.

You can select warm-up, medium or hard climbing levels from the touch screen display and see how high and what level you are climbing or how many calories you burned. It can be set to come harder and harder after time or you can practice your favorite level continuously. There are 12 automatic levels to choose from, plus manual settings. Fine adjustments and entering your weight for calories calculation are also an option.

User interface will guide you with your native language, as there are several languages to choose from.
Handhold’s are easy to change, reduce or increase the amount. Factory set there are 90 holds.

Mobility makes it possible to test it at your current location to prove its benefits and customers positive reaction. ClimbStation can be transported conveniently with a normal car trailer.

Multiple sensors and smart automation makes it fun and effective to use. Just select your climbing level, go to the wall and climb your speed. If you go fast, the wall rotates faster, if you stop, the wall will slow down and stop so you will have time to think your next move.

Features:

- 150 cm wide and about 6,5 meters long climbing area. (climbing belt)

- Maximum speed 17 meters per minute

- One side supported frame enables easy transportation, maintenance and less space consumption

- Requires 190cm x 360cm floor space and about 4 meters height

- Hi-res color touch screen display

- Monitors time, distance, level and calories and shows current angle

- 12 automatic, computer controlled climbing levels

- Automatic position and climbing speed control

- Manual climbing adjustments (angle, length, time, scale, speed)

- Low power consumption (peak power consumption max. 1000W)

- Automatic start feature (good for events) no need to push any buttons

- Password protection

- Coin or smart card option ready

- Owners / Technical personnel settings

- Language selections

- Owners statistics menu, hours in operation, motors running time and climbed levels amount

- Weights about 750 kilos

Source:  ClimbStation

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New Future Technology with Hologram, Touchless Screen and Optical Camouflage

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New Sony Technology Paper Thin Screen

Optical Camouflage (Invisible Cloak)

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The new TV remote: Using your hands – Touchless touch screen

remotetv  The new TV remote: Using your hands – Touchless touch screen

The TV remote control of the future isn’t an expensive device with an LCD screen and blinking lights. It’s your hand.

The classic TV remote control most of us have grown up with has been around in essentially the same incarnation for half a century. It’s been tweaked over the years, but now one company is looking at ditching the remote altogether and using a camera mounted below a TV screen that senses hand motions instead of button pushes. The result is something that seems right out of Minority Report.

But the high-tech user interface Tom Cruise coolly manipulates onscreen isn’t even all that far-fetched now, thanks to incremental improvements. Until now, the most innovative new input for entertainment in the living room has been the Wii-mote, the motion-sensing remote control/wand that has made Nintendo’s game console a cultural phenomenon. Swing it like a tennis racket and you can pretend you’re playing tennis, point it at the screen and use it like a mouse to navigate menus.

Televisions have progressed as well, with better picture quality and capability. Now TVs can record TV shows, stream Netflix movies, check the weather, read news headlines, and skim RSS feeds. The menus on those TVs appear more and more like what we see on our computer screens, so a new interface that operates more like a mouse seems almost inevitable.

Source:  Cnet

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