TapCaps: Use Any Gloves With Touchscreen Devices (Video)

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Using your iPhone or any other device with a capacitive display is a real problem during cold winter conditions as the touchscreen won’t work if you are wearing gloves or mittens (or else you should be using the new iPad which makes sure that your hand stays really warm). Washington, DC-based inventor Alice Ning has a solution for the problem. Her TapCaps will allow you to use a capacitive screen while wearing any pair of gloves.

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The Making Of An iPad (Video)

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Apple’s Foxconn factory may not be the best place on Earth for a worker to be, but what comes out of it is certainly loved by millions around the world. Reporter Rob Schmitz, the Shanghai Bureau Chief of Marketplace, recently gained access into the factory and has written a detailed ongoing report about his experiences there. But the video below stands out as it allows us to take a peek at the process of making an iPad.

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Sweet Dreams with iPhone Dream-Controlling App (Video)

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Wiseman is inviting volunteers to try out the new app and the project is being touted as “the world’s largest dream experiment”. For participating, all you have to do is open the app, indicate the time at which you want to wake up, and then select an alarm tone followed by a soundscape (such as Peaceful Garden or A Trip to Tokyo). Then you have to place the phone at the bedside turned on and plugged into an external power source.

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The NUIverse Space App Will Let You Play God (Video)

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Picture God taking a peek at the universe, rotating planets with his mighty arms, going from the Earth to Jupiter with a single gesture, and speeding, slowing and reversing time with the movement of an index finger. That will look somewhat like what Microsoft Surface researcher David Brown is doing in the clip below with […]

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HTC One X Camera Shootout With The Best Android Smartphones (Video)

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Apart from Android ICS and the quad-core power, one of the biggest reasons for getting the HTC One X is certainly the device’s camera with ImageSense technology. Its shooter boasts improved lens, sensor, software, and there’s also a new custom HTC ImageChip. But seeing is believing, right? So we have a new video here which compares the camera capabilities of the One X with that of the Sony Xperia S and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

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ION Air Pro POV Cloud Camera (Video)

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High speeding down the slopes, you cut through a half dozen trees before lifting off and grabbing huge air, you think, shouldn’t I be recording this? If you did, you have to wait until you get to a computer before uploading your adventure to the world. That’s not the case if you own the ION Air Pro HD camera. It lets you share your clips in real time to social networking sites.

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Ubi-Camera: Frame Photos With Your Hands (Video)

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You might have seen photographers framing photos with their hands before taking a snap. But with the new prototype shooter dubbed Ubi-Camera, you will be able to use your hands to frame the photo as well as shoot it at the same time. The miniature camera is currently under development at the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences.

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Revolve Affordable Camera Dolly for Smooth, Dynamic Video

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Sure, you could just set up your video camera on a tripod and leave it in a static position, but moving, dynamic shots can be so much more interesting. The trouble is trying to get those motions to be as smooth as possible without breaking the bank and that’s where Revolve comes in.

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800lb Paper Airplane Takes Flight (Video)

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Remember those good old school days? Remember the crafts we used to do, including the strategic designing of paper airplanes. The wings had to be just right, and we would try so many different styles to beat our friends. Well, there’s still a little kid in all of us that’s for sure, some more than others, and that’s why the giant paper airplane flew over the Arizona desert this week. The thing weighs in at 800 pounds, is 45 feet long, and has a wingspan of 24 feet.

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Flying Bird Man Is A Total Fake (Video)

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Reports about a man flapping his engineered wings and flying are circulating all over the internet. Although there have been mixed reactions from experts around the world, many strongly believed that the video involved was not a fake, probably because everyone loves the idea of flapping their wings and flying to the office or the park. But it appears like the whole thing was without a doubt, a pretty good fake.

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Archos G10 XS Ultra-Thin Tablet Teased (Video)

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The new iPad, as you know, has arrived with impressive specs, but all those features have resulted in the device becoming fatter and heavier. That’s certainly not a big problem, but those of you who are dying to see a super-thin tablet should check out the Android-running Archos G10 XS, which is the latest in a […]

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Robo-Glove Developed By NASA And GM (Video)

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Your older brother’s arm wrestling grip is killing you? The Human Grasp Assist device might be able to give you a helping hand (or a helping glove actually). The device, which is also known as Robo-Glove or K-Glove, is the result of the collaboration between GM and NASA and has been developed to help astronauts and autoworkers stay away from stress injuries.

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The Camera Rifle That Lets You Shoot, But Not Kill

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Brothers Randy and Michael Gregg have come out with a new product that will help hunters to shoot a deer even if the hunting season is over, well, sort of. Their Kill Shot is a proposed camera-equipped replica rifle which, as you might have guessed by now, will allow you to take photos instead of firing bullets.

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Nano Race Car Printed In 3D (Video)

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3D printing is becoming more and more popular these days and the researchers at the Vienna University of Technology have come out with an interesting development. Their new high-precision 3D printer can create nanometer-sized objects and that too in record breaking speeds. As you can see above, they have 3D printed a nanoscale racing car perfectly.

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DARPA’s Cheetah Robot Is Fast, But Dangerous And Creepy (Video)

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If you thought that the Big Dog was terrifying in motion (it was!), take a look at this new product from DARPA. The DARPA Cheetah is absolutely creepy when it starts moving, but it’s now the fastest legged robot on the planet and chances are you won’t outrun it.

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