Thursday, August 21, 2014

Scale Spoon.. Precise!

If you're a real cooker, you know that volumetric measurement is very important. Let's say you're making biscuits. The recipe says 1 cup of flour, but are we talking 200 grams or 270 grams? Depending on humidity, or how much your flour was compacted when you scooped it, that could make a difference, right? Measuring your wet ingredients and your dry ingredients with our new ultra-precise spoon scale.

And with two spoons included, you can scoop out just the right amount of sugar, or even 10-1 grams of salt! To get this level of precision, you'd normally need a separate scale, but now, there's a gadget that combined two immensely useful kitchen gadgets into one, and we love dual-use devices in the kitchen! Owww...yeah... These graduated scales on the sides of this gadget will help you measure out your volumetric measurements, or you can use the LCD display built into the handle to measure the weight. It can weigh as little as one one-tenth of a gram all the way to 300 grams. So, cooking is easier now!

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Xbox 360 Real Life Controller

Well apparently, this modder hated the thought of leaving his console home alone while he was out and about in the world. Separation anxiety no doubt. Yes, this is an Xbox 360 Console and the Controllers Modded in a car!

Then, an Xbox 360 in a car, you ask? Yes. And look how well the car and the Xbox get along. It’s like they were meant for each other. Wow!
This XBox 360 console has been embedded in to the dash while 1 controller rests in the steering wheel and the other sits comfortably in front of the gear shift. It’s a great idea, but the one fatal flaw is that at some point, you will have to park that car and walk away. At which time a thief throws a rock through the window and makes off with your console.

So, what do you think about this?

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Montegiro Turntable...Your Turn



It's ironic that some of the most beautiful turntables have shown up long after the days of vinyl? If only we had had such beauty back in the days of records. Germany based company, Montegiro, has a new high-end audio system in the form of the new Legno turntable, and it not an usual one...

These gadget uses bamboo as well as high-grade steel to produce beautiful music from your old vinyl collection. The company decided to use a bamboo chassis because of the wood’s stabilizing and resonance-damping properties. There are also four adjustable and high-grade steel feet with rubber O-rings.

The Montegiro’s Legno luxury wooden turntable is now available for a mind-blowing $13,240. What a "magnificent" price :)


Eee PC In A Car Mod

Well it’s been awhile since we've seen a good car modification. The last one was the X-Box 360 Car Mod . Now, thanks to a Ruskie hacker, an Eee PC gets crammed into a automobile dashboard!

He is posting an article showing how to take a 7 inch Eee PC apart and turn it into a car computer that hooks into an auto stereo system and it even acts as a graphic equalizer.

The resulted product is a computer in your car with 1GB of RAM, 4GB of built in storage plus an 8GB SDHC card, a 7 inch, 800 x 480 pixel display, Bluetooth, a slot-loading DVD-RW drive, GPS, 5.1 channel audio, a touschreen, and a boatload of USB adapters that string the whole thing together.

We can almost hear you guys getting your tools out to make it too... :)

Sunday, January 11, 2009

iPod and Ihome Rock Out!

Well it's look likes Ihome has done it again with their latest iPod dock and speakers in the market nowadays. This time the dock is built into an accent lamp.

This new luminescent design features 6W total speaker output, is compatible with iPod and all other auxiliary audio sources that's you have.

This iLamp comes in a variety of colors. It’s a great way to have your gadgets blend in with the design of your home, while your dock is a bit more functional.

Apparently these lamps make pretty music notes swirl around it like a mini tornado....cool huh?


Friday, January 9, 2009

Saved By The Hero 3 Digital Wrist Camera

We know sometimes technology and nature aren't exactly best friends. We're really not sure what happened... maybe the ocean got pissed off after you dropped your iPod in the drink with 8-Bit gaming cover songs on repeat.

Whatever the cause, the elements of nature decided that expensive electronics and outdoor watersports are a lethal combination often ending in disaster. This works out fine for those basement dwelling obsessive geeks who keep all electronics in hermetically sealed vaults lest they get a slight scratch... but what about the outdoor geek who might want to capture the action digitally while snorkeling, snowboarding or mountain biking? Can they do it?

Well.. Luckily the Hero 3 Digital Wrist Camera has decided to "make nice" with the great outdoors by sporting a durable exoskeleton that pretty much goes anywhere. Strap the Hero 3 to your wrist and snap some sweet shots while, climbing, skiing, biking, or diving up to 100 feet. This mini camera locks flat to your wrist for storage then pivots up to capture crisp digital photos or 30 fps movies.Cool...

Garmin's Approach G5, Still Need A Caddy?

Now, Garmin is in the expanding its line of outdoor recreation GPS devices, feels now is the time to unveil a GPS unit for those among us who golf. It is called the Approach G5 and there is not yet any pricing information available in it.

This Garmin Approach G5 sports have a three-inch touchscreen display and is designed specifically for the golf course. It is said to show golfers the precise distance to the center of green or other key course features, helping to improve a golfer’s score.

The features of the Approach G5 include detailed course maps with precise distance information from their current location to fairways, hazards and greens, a weight of 6.8 ounces, AA battery powered and a touchscreen digital scorecard for operating this thing.

Monday, January 5, 2009

The Xtensor Make You Quick

Well...you've got the greatest gaming rig out there. You've spent a lot of money on it - now it's a monolithic liquid-nitrogen-cooled monstrosity capable of pumping out smoother 3D video than real-life. After all that you also have a mouse with it's sensitivity to a billion dpi, and your keyboard has a customized throw-distance tuned exactly to your finger length. After all this effort, you still get lose. How come?

OK, Your rig may be awesome, and your brain may be sharp and quick, but if your body doesn't respond to your brain's commands correctly, you may as well be playing with mittens on. You need physical conditioning...

This gadget called The Xtensor is the only product on the market to perform with true biomechanical correctness, able to stimulate muscles and tendons in the hands, wrists and elbows that have been virtually off limits to all other devices. Repetitive gripping and squeezing of your game-controller or mouse forces extended isometric contractions of the flexor muscles of the hands and fingers producing an unnatural imbalance over time as the hands operate in a mostly closed position. For this reason, patients with hand, wrist and elbow disorders experience unnecessarily long healing times and high reoccurrence rates. Cool right?

With this thing, your hands move reaction-times much quicker, and will mean no cramping hands after all-night fragging sessions. Go get them!

Ski With The Ski Home Simulator

When using Wii-Fit’s balance board is great for some sports simulations, but it can only go so far. The Ski Home Simulator is another gadget that will give you an option for those with large bank accounts and too much time on their hands at least $2285. It's also has features for the ski beginner, as well as more advanced users, like a pro maybe? :)

But apparently it’s for the PC only for now, meaning that you need to plug it to your PC or your laptop.

This gadget comes with 32 different courses in it, from 18 real life venues including Beaver Lake, Lake Louise and Chamonix, these are still pretty expensive courses when you take the price into your bank account