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Glo digital picture Bible

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on January 10th, 2010

Glo is not your typical print bible. It’s a digital version of the bible with high-definition imagery of biblical sights. For instance, a virtual representation of Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulcher shows panoramic photos of the inside down to the frescos in detail.

You won’t have to search through endless pages of scripture, since Glo is organized both by order of the big book or by geography through a topographical map. You can view overhead similar to Live Earth and zero in on biblical locations to see the HD video and documentaries, with 360 degree photo representations, and photos of works of art.

Unichal’s Dixau DX3 digital dictionary

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2009

Nothing makes you feel dumber than encountering a large word you don’t understand. You could type it into google and find out, but that’s too much work. Unichal’s Dixau DX3 digital dictionary saves you all that trouble. It will take a picture of the word with a pop-up digital camera and automatically translate it.

Big words will never slow you down again. And hey, you are learning something new. The Dixau DX3 also features text-to-speech to help you with pronunciation, a microSD slot card, and stylus pen support.

Manual digital clock makes for a long day

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2009

Manual digital clock makes for a long dayDo you find that today’s clocks make things too easy, what with their automatic time telling capabilities and effortless upkeep? If so, you might like the Manual digital clock. It won’t do any of that fancy time-telling stuff on it’s own, forcing you to change the time manually…every minute.

It’s actually a neat way for kids to learn about time and how to read digital clocks. I’m sure it won’t take your little tykes very long to start spelling out “hell” and other fun words.

Roll Film Clock is for the nostalgic shutterbug

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2009

Roll Film Clock is for the nostalgic shutterbugOkay kids. I’m going to give you a minute to go wiki “film”. Go on. I’ll wait. Okay. Done? Know what film is now? Awesome. It’s the stuff that used to capture peoples souls when you took a photo. If you exposed the film to sunlight, those souls were lost forever and drifted into the air like gossamer, leaving the actual people who were phographed drooling vegetables.

Anyhow, the Roll Film Clock looks like film, and mixes in a digital clock. It’s a digital clock dressed up as a roll of film. It wants to go out on Halloween and show off. Get candy. Score some hot chicks. Brag that it costs $62.

iConvert: VHS to PC Conversion

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2009

iConvert: VHS to PC ConversioniConvert lets you convert your old VHS cassettes to a digital format. The device is a standalone unit that doesn’t require a PC to use, which is convenient. Just connect the VHS player and then insert an SD card in the iConvert. As the VHS tape plays the data is backed up on to SD card so you can transfer it to your PC later on.

As well as a VHS player, you can also connect other devices like old camcorders. The iConvert will cost you $99.95 and is great if you have a bunch of old video cassette’s you want to converting to a digital.

Digital Wrench tells you when bolts are tight

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2009

Digital Wrench tells you when bolts are tightI don’t know about you but I don’t need a fancy digital wrench to tell me when bolts are tight. But if you do, then maybe it’s time you go digital with this wrench. This wrench will give you a mathematically precise torque reading.

Just be careful as the wrench “uses the distance from the leverage point to the bolt head to calculate torque, so moving your hand closer to the bolt head will throw off its reading.” How reliable. It can be yours for just $323. Digital is definitely the way to go.

Avatar Digital Binocular Sports Camera

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2009

Avatar Digital Binocular Sports CameraIs that an Avatar Digital Binocular Sports Camera or are you just happy to see me? The Avatar Digital Binocular Sports and Spy Camera is from where else, China. It’s for the gadget lover who loves powerful magnification and is not afraid to use it in a silly over-the-top form factor.

It’s got a 2 megapixel camera with a 21× optical zoom and 2.5″ display. There’s 1 GB of internal storage, a microSD slot, TV out, a voice memo and you can record stills or video.

Sanrio Hello Kitty digital frame

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2009

Sanrio Hello Kitty digital frameWe’ve seen several interesting digital frames lately, like Viewsonic’s new line for instance. But none as pink and girlly as this Hello Kitty digital frame. Perfect to display those pics of Hello Kitty herself punching young girls, like above.

Sanrio has introduced two new 7” (480×342) picture frames with 6MB of internal memory. The frames also support MP3 and WMA files as well as JPEG and MPEG 1/2 videos. Other accessories with the digi-frame include SD/SDHC, MMC, memory stick and CF reader. The files can be directly accessed via USB from the frame itself.

Oppo Digital BDP-83 Blu-ray player

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2009

Oppo Digital BDP-83 Blu-ray playerOppo Digital is introducing their first Blu-ray player, the BDP-83. The company is most famous for its upscaling DVD players capable of supporting multiple formats that include SACD, DVD-Audio and HDCD. The BDP-83 has some decent specs.

Like BonusView and BD-Live support, VRS de-interlacing and scaling capabilities, 7.1-channel analog output, Dedicated stereo output, USB connectivity, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD audio codecs support.

Digital Scarecrows aren’t very scary

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2009

Digital Scarecrows aren't very scaryThe scarecrows of yesterday were designed to be scary. As the name implies, they were there to guard crops and keep crows away. It could do with an update however. These days crows and other animals are smarter.

This conceptual scarecrow is armed with an infrared sensor eye that can detect animals within a 16,000 square meter range. When an animal is near, it will go into in an Ultrasonic Wave Generation mode. The device would be equipped with solar panel wings, making them completely self-sufficient. Any varmint that gets too close will suffer a small jolt to scare them away.

Amazon selling Xbox Live Arcade game codes

Posted in Amazon by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2009

Amazon selling Xbox Live Arcade game codesSure, Amazon makes most of it’s hard earned dough by selling and shipping physical items, but they don’t need a crystal ball to know that digital content is the future and they are positioning themselves accordingly. The company is expanding its downloadable video game catalog to include Xbox Live Arcade games today.

The process will no doubt be streamlined in the days to come, but for the moment you buy a code from Amazon that you have to enter into your Xbox. Amazon charges you real money instead of Xbox Live points. The service is live now if you want to take a gander. Does that make the digital content taxable? So many questions. Might as well just get shopping.

iPod Touch may get a digital camera

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2009

iPod Touch may get a digital cameraI’ve always said that if you want to know what a company is up to, check their job listings. Okay, I’ve never said that. I’m saying it now. Just yesterday I looked around and saw that Canon was hiring people for all sorts of camera related stuff, so I know it works.

Apple has published a job posting that mentions “integration of camera modules across iPhone and iPod”. So it looks like the iPod is going to get a digital camera. Maybe. Pretty cool!

TapeWriter turns cassette tapes into digital MP3

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2009

TapeWriter turns cassette tapes into digital MP3Much like the Ion Dual, the TapeWriter is a cassette transfer system that converts your old cassette tapes to digital MP3 format on your computer. Just plug it into your USB port, put a tape in and press play. That’s it.

It comes with an integral speaker so you can listen while you are transferring. It will cost you $119.95. But hey, it’s worth it to hear your old music again. Once you get them all transferred, you can toss all those old tapes for good.

Sony working on downloadable comic service for PSP

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on March 17th, 2009

Sony working on downloadable comic service for PSPLooks like SCEE is prototyping a new addition to the PSP PlayStation Store. According to a tipster, Sony is planning a service that will let you download digital comics directly to your PSP. Survey participants were asked to watch the video below and to help determine a pricing scheme: subscription or a la carte prices.

Digital comics aren’t new to the PSP, like the Metal Gear Solid comics for instance. The interactive comics were enhanced with slight animation, music and even sound effects. The PlayStation Store currently only has one digital comic available for download: The Cryptics, which will cost you $2.99.

Digital photo frame and pencil cup

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2009

Digital photo frame and pencil cupThere’s nothing like having pictures of family close by to remind you of your loved ones. The Memory Cup Digital Photo Frame Pencil Cup/Desktop Organizer is a great combo desktop item that will keep your loved ones nearby at all times.

And if they do something to piss you off, just display their head and pretend that you’re jamming a pencil in it. Then repress that anger when you head back home. Ain’t life grand? It has a 1.5″ LCD screen to display all your favorite photos and will store your pens, pencils, erasers, and paper clips. It connects via USB to both PC’s and Macs and can hold up to 70 pictures.