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From Gizmodo: “Ex-Valve Engineers’ Crazy AR Glasses Put Tiny Projectors On Your Face.” Basically, once you don the glasses, the projectors shoot images out at a specialized, reflective projector screen. Then the screen spits them back at your face, and the glasses split them into left-eye and right-eye images for your 3D viewing pleasure.
This quirky little Android-friendly smartphone will be hitting the shelves in the near future. Its most obvious physical feature is the contrasting removable back cover. The phone recognizes which cover is attached and changes its colored theming to match.
Sure it’s 100% not legit, but it still would’ve been cool to own.
The Brinno HDR time lapse camera features a 1.3 megapixel HDR image sensor that it uses to produce 720p time lapse video, with the ability to set the interval between frames from 0.3 seconds to 24 hours.
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It’s hard to comprehend how people poker-facedly try to sell us gadgets that actually manage to complicate the task they’re intended to help with. And we’ll buy them.
Your coffee fix of the day: Near boiling water is forced into a glass chamber with coffee grounds. The mixture steeps until the heat is turned off. As it cools, the water is sucked back into the lower chamber.
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You’ve got to admit, Windows has a pretty breath-taking display.