Imagine a Japanese Zen Garden built into a beautifully-crafted, glass-topped table. The body of the table encapsulates electronics and robotics, that sculpt geometric patterns and images into a field of microscopic silicone beads beneath a glass top. The effect is mesmerizing and magical; it is truly Zen-like to watch ever-changing patterns and images appear in the sand.
Kind of like a mood ring this iphone back cover changes color depending on the temperature. This self-adhesive laser cut backing will change colors in the range 90 to 95 degrees F – or just below body temperature. At only .005″ thick, it’ll fit nicely under any bumper you put on your phone too.
Watch as the backing changes color with heat from your hands, pocket, or anywhere else you might put it. It will even change colors to reveal outlines of it’s inner components while playing music, surfing, or while on a phone call!
Here’s a video of it in action! (more…)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows for Kinect.
We all recognize the game from all the books and films about Harry Potter. This is the first Harry Potter game for the Xbox360 Kinect. You are the controller, just like in all other kinect games as you can see in this video.
Instead of pressing a button to move and shoot as you did before, you use your body and voice to move about, shoot and kill all your enemies.
This is one of the last Harry potter games and as you know it´s all about to get Voldemort Killed! it´s all up to you if you can get him down.!
Okay this sounds all great WOW finally a Harry potter game to the Kinect it looks cool but many people say its kinda messed up to play and that it´s kinda hard to aim and so on. i don´t know i haven´t tried it but what do you guys think of it when you see this Video?
The bottom line: The Canon EOS 60D is in many ways a great camera: fast, feature-packed, and with excellent photo and video quality. Some annoying aspects of its control layout dim its shine a little, however, so try before you buy.
The good: Very fast; articulated display; excellent video quality and options.
The bad: Somewhat annoying interface.
As it seems with every other generation of Canon dSLRs, the EOS 50D was a solid, if somewhat uninspired, follow-up to the extremely well-received 40D. Now it’s the 60D’s turn to be the interesting model. It combines some of the best elements of the T2i (550D) and 7D in an updated–and occasionally frustrating–redesigned body.
As it seems with every other generation of Canon dSLRs, the EOS 50D was a solid, if somewhat uninspired, follow-up to the extremely well-received 40D. Now it’s the 60D’s turn to be the interesting model. It combines some of the best elements of the T2i and 7D in an updated–and occasionally frustrating–redesigned body. (more…)
According to an aerospace materials engineer nikon will do their new lines of DSLR’s completely in carbon fiber. And i dont see why nobody thought of it before, its lightwieght, durable, dosent scratch easily and best of all it looks good. Here is what the tipster said:
“For the last few months we have been working on a carbon fibre body for a Nikon pro-level DSLR. We are specifically looking at the manufacture of a resin-infused 3D woven CFRP body as well as fatigue testing of some CFRP components. From what I can tell, it would be a full size (D1, D2, D3 sized SLR). The benefit being increased stiffness and a slight reduction in mass.”