Wear your beats with these bone conduction speaker sunglasses. This revolutionary eyewear features bone conduction speakers that enables it to transmit sound waves directly to the skull via vibrations – eliminating the need for headphones.
You can explore the deeps with this cool self-propelled diving suit that maintains sea level air pressure while enabling descents to 1,000′ below the water’s surface. Only available from Hammacher Schlemmer, the suit provides access to coral reefs, shipwrecks, and the sea floor via 24 sealed and integrated A536 aluminium alloy rotary joints that impart mobility to the wearer’s arms and legs.
Four 1.6-horsepower thrusters integrated into the suit provide vertical, horizontal, and rotational movement, two 150-watt LED lights combine to illuminate underwater subjects with 19,200 lumens, and an integrated Imagenex sonar maintains situational awareness. An intercom system provides surface communication on hard wire with a wireless through-water backup, while its 50-hour life support systems (2x oxygen and 1x carbon dioxide scrubber) ensure safety.
A 1,250′ umbilical connects the suit with one’s preferred topside support crew and power source, enabling remote control of thrusters, lights, and real-time monitoring of cabin pressure and oxygen, freeing a diver to observe underwater features and aquatic life using the built-in, shoulder-mounted high-definition video camera. Comprehensive training available. Special conditions and guarantee limitations apply.
Apple introduced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus alongside the Apple Watch Series 2 at a special live event on September 7, 2016 held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
The updates to the iPhone line include water resistance, two new colors (black and “jet black”), faster processing, camera improvements, stereo speakers, but most noticeably the loss of the standard stereo jack for headphones and other audio accessories.
The new iPhones will be available for preorder on Friday September 9, 2016 and will begin to ship one week later on September 16, 2016. Each model will be available in 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities, but the “jet black” iPhone will not have a 32GB option.
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will ship with EarPods that make use of the Lightning connector rather than the jack, and customers will also receive a free Lightning-to-stereo jack adapter in the box so they can continue to use existing equipment. Apple also announced that later this year they will release AirPods, a wireless version of their popular in-ear headphones. AirPods will work for five hours of continuous listening, and can be recharged in their portable case.
Some of the most notable updates to the latest iPhone versions were to the camera systems, which now include improved range of color, a larger f1.8 aperture and six-element lens, and the iPhone 7 Plus includes a second telephoto camera for improved photo quality and depth of field. Both devices will include a seven-megapixel FaceTime camera on the front and bright quad-LED flashes on the back that are 50% brighter than previous versions.
Along with the iPhone announcements, the company also debuted the Apple Watch Series 2, and improvement to the Apple Watch. The new watch features a brighter screen, improved GPS features for independent use, and improved water resistance up to a depth of 50 meters. The Apple Watch Edition line of high-end versions of the smartwatch now also includes a white ceramic version.
Through a partnership with Nike, Apple is also introducing the Apple Watch Nike Plus, a model of the Apple Watch designed with special features for runners. There is also a new Nike+ Run Club app that will launch soon to let runners share their progress and stats with friends.
This is the telepresence robot that you control from anywhere in the world for realtime video chatting with family members at home.
The robot connects to a home’s wireless network and holds an iPad or Android-powered tablet (not included) in its cradle.
Using a smartphone or another tablet you can maneuver the three-wheeled robot through your home, tilt and swivel its tablet, and engage in humanoid-like video conferencing with loved ones.
Its integrated sensors detect stairs, furniture, and other obstacles and direct the robot to stop and change direction. The robot can also be used to check in on your home when the entire family is on vacation or to monitor pets while you are at work. Requires iOS 7 and up or Android 4.0 and up. 35″ H x 15″ D x 11″ W. (19 lbs.)
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The Parrot Disco combines its 1080p built-in drone camera with a pair of FPV Cockpit glasses and Skycontroller 2 to give pilots an almost eerily immersive flight experience.
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The Parrot Disco can hit speeds of up to 50MPH over a 2 KM range, and churn out around 45 minutes of flight time per charge.
Assisted controls and anti-stall autopilot contribute to smooth flights and easy manipulation of the Skycontroller 2.
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The Lilium aircraft change from VTOL to forward flight by swiveling its engines, It take off and lands like a helicopter. The Lilium Jet, an aircraft currently being developed in Germany under the auspices of the European Space Agency’s business incubation center that boasts fly-by-wire joystick controls, retractable landing gear, gull-wing doors, and a claimed top speed of 400 km/h (250 mph). The creators claim that this personal e-jet could be made available to the public as early as 2018.
Combining the vertical take-off capabilities of helicopters and the cruising abilities of fixed-wing aircraft, the Lilium Jet aims to be significantly quieter than other VTOL vehicles such as helicopters, thanks to its 320 kW (435 hp) rechargeable-battery-powered ducted fan engines.
Designed for recreational flying use during daylight hours, the Lilium Jet should be classed as a Light Sport Aircraft in Europe, with a pilot’s license requiring just a minimum of 20 hours training.
“Our goal is to develop an aircraft for use in everyday life,” says Daniel Wiegand, CEO and one of the company’s four founders.
“We are going for a plane that can take off and land vertically and does not need the complex and expensive infrastructure of an airport.”