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360cam records panoramic video, offers Oculus support

360cam records panoramic video, offers Oculus support

Panoramic images and cameras that can take them are nothing new, but far less mainstream are cameras that can record panoramic videos. That hasn't stopped the development of technology that utilizes such content, however, the Oculus Rift being notable among them. The 360cam, a panoramic video and still images camera, aims to fill the market void.

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Vanhawks Valour: first connected bicycle

Vanhawks Valour: first connected bicycle

One of modern humankind's most classic methods of getting around, the bicycle, has gotten a 21st century makeover with the introduction of the Vanhawks Valour. The Valour is hailed as the first connected fiber carbon bicycle, and with it comes various integrated functions.

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araHub aims to be go-to Mac USB hub

araHub aims to be go-to Mac USB hub

A new USB hub by the name araHub has been introduced to the public. This USB hub wishes to be "the worlds best, most beautiful USB 3 hub," aiming to do so with a look that replicates that of the Apple suite of notebooks and desktop computers.

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LifeLogger wearable camera aims to Google your real life

LifeLogger wearable camera aims to Google your real life

A new wearable camera aims to not only document your day but pick out why it was special, with LifeLogger using face, text, and voice detection among other things to effectively offer Google for your real life. Unveiled back at CES in January, and launching a Kickstarter campaign today, the gum-stick scale camera is worn on a headband and shoots 720p 30fps video along with 5-megapixel stills.

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Satechi GoRemote aims to uber-simplify wearables

Satechi GoRemote aims to uber-simplify wearables

The folks at Satechi are aiming to release a wearable device so extremely simple, it’s impossible to not understand how to use. When the Pebble watch was first introduced, it garnered massive support - not because it had a miraculously colorful display, and not because it was particularly fashionable. The Pebble was successful because it was simple - here Satechi’s GoRemote aims to do something similar.

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