Friday, July 12, 2024
By David Ponce It's no news that the LCD playing field is getting increasingly crowded. Yet, that doesn't stop newcomers from trying to make inroads in what was a $14billion market in 2006, with varying levels of success. ...

By Evan Ackerman Observed today in the Kinetica Museum at the Old Spitalfields Market in London is this temporary printing machine, which uses an array of ultraviolet LEDs moving over a light sensitive surface to create monochrome images. The printed...
By David Ponce The Underbed Lift, from MK1 Studios has been around for a few years. But in light of recent plasma screen hiding systems, we figured we'd bring you info about yet another alternative. Now, we're not...
By David Ponce At the moment, this technology is being displayed as art, rather than some R & D project, yet we see some promise for consumer applications here. Gemotion is simply a projector screen. But behind the...

By David Edney We've all seen the goggles that can project a 50 inch screen in front of your eyes, but no one would be caught dead wearing them. To get more in style with the times, Lumus-Optical has...

By David Edney Well, these aren't Legos by any stretch of the word, but the principle is the same and represent a leap in sign-making innovation that should have been made eons ago. International Robotics has created individual...

by David Edney The holidays are just around the corner and since there aren't enough "i" products going around I thought you would like this one. The iCushion takes 4 AAA batteries and puts on a show!! You just...

By David Ponce They say that money doesn't buy you taste, and we couldn't agree more. You wouldn't believe the number of people that can afford something great like a big-ass plasma... and then stick it on a bare...
By David Ponce We've talked about Optoma in the past. We kind of like them. They make innovative products with features not commonly found in consumer electronics these days. Take for instance their Bigvizion HDBV3100, a 100...
By Andrew Liszewski Like me, some of you will probably see the name 'Limoseen' and mistake it with the fictional 80's hair band 'Limozeen' made famous in a Strong Bad cartoon. Be aware though using the letter 's' instead of...