Wednesday, July 17, 2024
This post is syndicated with permission from Gadgetoholic.com With the digital transition coming in 2009 the LCD HDTV market is booming as people upgrade to new TVs. When it comes time to buy a new HDTV you have to...
By David Ponce If you've ever set foot in a classroom, you're aware that now and then, when the teacher is making a presentation, he'll walk right into the projector beam. This casts unsightly shadows on the screen... and...
By David Ponce The most efficient way to artificially jack up the price of any given piece of consumer electronics, without actually adding any useful features, is to simply bling the living daylights out of it. There's no shortage...
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...
By Evan Ackerman The only reason that advertisers haven't put billboards across sidewalks and in store entryways is that smashing your face into an ad isn't likely to motivate you to buy the product (perhaps with some exceptions). Thanks to...
By David Ponce The thing about Northern Lights is that they are a powerful reminder of the beauty of nature; they're meant to be enjoyed in weather cold enough to freeze the snot on the inside of your nose. It's...
By Evan Ackerman Woehburk, a German company (retailers for the heliodisplay, incidentally) have developed an 91% transparent rear-projection screen that looks like a sheet of glass, creating a pseudo-holographic effect of an image displayed in midair. The screen is made...
By Shane McGlaun Back during CES we talked a bit about the Pico Projector from Microvision and how cool it would be to project your content from your phone onto a wall or other surface for big screen viewing. At...
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 Evan Ackerman If somebody were to say to me (as people are wont to do), "Quick! Imagine a machine that transports you to an alternate universe!" I would probably picture something that looks (and sounds) almost exactly like TWISTER....