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9Jun/100

Litetouch Wireless Keyboard

Mad Catz Eclipse Litetouch 2.4 GHz Wireless Keyboard

Mad Catz has announced its latest keyboard for gamers equipped with the latest technology like touch screen panel, and low-profile scissor keys, an integrated 360 degree trackball with left and right mouse buttons and mouse buttons called Eclipse Litetouch Keyboard.

This keyboard is powered by an internal rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery and uses 2.4 GHz RF as its way to communicate with your desktop and what’s good about the eclipse litetouch keyboard is that it can be re-configure and with its 3-in-1 touch panel, users can access different media shortcuts and other applications. The eclipse keyboard costs $129.99 for the wireless version and $99.99 with the one with cable.

9Jun/100

Light Touch Using Multi Touch

Light Touch instantly turns any flat surface into a touch screen.

Light Touch is an interactive projector that instantly transforms any flat surface into a touch screen. It frees multimedia content from the confines of the small screen, allowing users to interact with that content just as they do on their hand held devices – using multi-touch technology.

Light Touch has Holographic Laser Projection (HLP) technology inside which creates bright, high-quality video images in WVGA resolution. Integrated infrared sensors detect motion and turn the projected image into a 10.1″ virtual touch screen, so the user can control the projector and interact with applications simply by touching the image.

The opportunities for Light Touch extend beyond consumer electronics and into retail spaces, the workplace and the home profoundly changing the way people interact with multimedia content and the built environment.  Light Touch has recently been named a CES Innovations Honoree in both the Media Player and Personal Electronics categories.

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21May/100

NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablet prototype

NVIDIA working with Foxconn to production NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablet prototye. The NVIDIA Tegra 2 is a tablet with 8.9-inch display and powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 system on chip, include 1GBz dual-core ARM Cortex A9 CPU.

It also come with 1GB system memory, front camera, two USP ports and multi-touch display. It can work with 3D game and HD video as NVIDIA promise.

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14May/100

Evoluce 47-inch HD multitouch display gets off-screen gesture control

Evoluce, the manufacturers of that mammoth 47-inch full HD touchscreen, are out of control! Apparently, they've decided that unlimited simultaneous touch inputs (and thus unlimited simultaneous phalanges) was not enough, so they've gone an' added gesture support -- up to half a meter from the device. Apparently this bad boy supports Windows 7, although if you want your interface du jour to put the "unlimited" in "multitouch" you'll most likely have to roll your own. Interested? Wealthy? Check out some righteous video and PR after the break.

10May/100

Dancing Paint – High Speed Water Photography

I’ve always been interested in photography since just about anyone with a quality camera, including me, can take decent photographs. However, this high-speed water photography by Lindend Glendhill is in a whole different league.

This is the kind of photography that blows my mind because I can only imagine the amount of patience required to get the perfect shot. Everything has to be just right, the equipment, the colors, the background, the timing, and in this case, also the music!

She used a mic triggered SB800 Nikon flash controlled by StopShot which is a timing module that can assist with capturing images that move faster than your eye can see (it can even capture a moving bullet). To create the drops, Lindend used sound vibrations coming from a speaker! She was able to capture these photos while the paint drops danced to the music. The resulting paint sculptures are magnificent. She has some mad talent for sure. You can see more of Lindend’s photography by checking out her Flickr stream here.

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