Friday, May 23, 2008

Spy Sunglasses with Secret Bilateral Cameras

Unleash the James Bond in you and get these amazing Dual Camera Spy Glasses. The cameras are hidden in the arms of the glasses and capture the peripheral vision. A simple button switches on the recording and transmits the video to a wireless receiver, which can be placed up to 15 meters away. Check out the specs after the jump.

Spy Sunglasses with Secret Bilateral Cameras cost $402 and are available with ChinaVasion.


* Memory: 128MB
* External Memory:Up to 2GB (SD card, NOT included)
* Display: 2.4 Inch LCD
* Video Capture Format: ASF
* Video Capture Resolution: 320x240
* FPS (Frames per Second): 25fps
* Audio Record Format: 4bit WMA
* Viewing Format: AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, VOB, DAT, ASF
* Music Format: MP3, WMA, OGG, AC3
* Bit rate: 32~320Kbps
* Picture Format: JPEG
* Earphone Jack: 3.5mm-10mW+10mW
* Output of Built In Speaker: 20mW
* Receiving Frequency: 2.414GHz, 2.432GHz, 2.450GHz, 2.468GHz
* Frequency Stabilization: +/-100Khz
* Receiving Sensitivity: <-85dBm * Channels Available: 4 * Channel Scan and Channel Skip for multiple Cameras * AV OUT/IN (NTSC/PAL) * SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio): 85dB * Languages: English, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, French, German * USB: 2.0 * Power Source: 3.6 V 1300mAh Battery, 5 VDC Mains Connection * Dimensions: 102x71x25

Camera Specifications

* Image Device: 2 Colour CMOS Sensors
* TV system: PAL
* Angular Field of View: 60 Degrees
* Synchronization System: Internal
* Backlight Compensation: Auto
* White Balance: Auto
* Transmission Frequencies (4 Channels): 2.414GHz, 2.432GHz, 2.450GHz, 2.468GHz
* Locked Frequencies
* Output Power: 10mW
* Power Adapter: Internal 60mAh Battery (Approx 50 mins Operating Time
* Transmission Range: 15 metres Line of Sight
* Built In Microphone: Max Audio Range 4 Meters
* Dimension: 141mm front width, 40mm eyepiece height, 124mm arm length
* Manufacturer Ref.: 0CI4HE0ZS8FH

Other Features:

* Stylish Glasses
* Built In Calendar on Receiver


* Solar Charger with Cables
* User Manual
* Earphones
* USB Cord
* AV Out Cord (3x RCA to 3.5mm )
* Power Adapter
* Mini CD with Driver and Conversion Software
* Storage Wallet for Reciever

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Stardust LED furniture light up your room

In a fantastic combination of incorporating LED lights to the furniture, Italian furniture company Meritalia has introduced the Stardust range. The lineup includes sofas, pillows, armchairs and footstools; all of which have been made from a packing material that make the furniture lightweight. The airtight covering ensures that the furniture remains waterproof and survives accidental spills. Designed by Mario Bellini, the Stardust lineup adds a glow to your room, transforming an ordinary abode to a heavenly one. More Pictures After The Jump.

Overweight MacBook for $6800 is a fat slob

Like ArsTechnica points out, there's a lot you can do with $6800 in an Apple Store, but surely you won't levitate towards what Europe-based Munk Bogballe has to offer. On the platter for you is a 2.4GHz MacBook with a 160GB drive and 4GB of RAM. The highlight being anodized aluminum surface and the underside, coated in fine "Eurpoean aniline leather." Pre-loading Microsoft Windows XP (no word on whether it is Pro or Home) and a genuine copy of Microsoft Office Works Suite are supposed to be the other treats involved. If this didn't crunch the deal then maybe the bit where company is donating an XO laptop to undisclosed "governmentally sponsored education programmes" will lure you. Stop laughing! This is not a joke!