Personal hygiene is quite important, but have you thought how much water is wasted during the ordinary shower or a bath? If you’re concerned about the environment and you want to save some money as well, you might be interested in this new kind of shower.
We saw all sorts of unusual creations, and today we have a special glove that allows you to take phone calls.
Sharp has introduced its LE700 series LED TVs, using edge-lit LED backlight technology instead of CCFL. Unlike Sony, Samsung, Toshiba and Vizio, Sharp’s LE700 series have no local dimming function.
The lack of local dimming means that, in tests, the blacks in bright scenes won’t be on par with the best of those TVs above. The Sharp LE700 series lack both video streaming and use of Yahoo’s widget platform for services such as Amazon or Flickr.
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RoboSteel which is a unique company based in Ireland, has brought to this year’s Gadget Show Live one of their latest steel sculptures, a 2.5 meters tall Optimus Prime. RoboSteel’s sculptures are all hand welded and not casted, as anyone will be able to appreciate, these sculptures are finished to an excellent level of craftsmanship.
According to their website, larger sculptures can contain thousands of individual parts, and all materials used in construction are recycled from cars, motorbikes and airplanes. The materials used are virtually 100% steel. Occasionally small amounts of copper and ceramic material are used to create the desired effect. The applied lacquer is acrylic based. All material used are Non toxic.
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What’s the best gadget / gizmo you’ve seen made from a piece of junk like a beer can? This R2-D2 or Beer2-D3 is probably going to be on my top list for sometime. This creation is not just creative but also reminds us of the possbilities resulting from recycling, its endless! Check out the “specs” of the Beer2-D3 after the jump… Continue reading »
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