New Inventions Archive Page 16
Posted on June 23, 2007 with 1 comment
The Apple iPhone is talk of the gadget world at the moment, and Apple keep revealing new and exciting additions as the launch date beckons.
Apple have just announced that YouTube videos will be able to played over the iPhone utilizing the H.264 codec, currently in use at the YouTube website.
The Apple TV also allows for videos to be played...
Posted on June 22, 2007 with 2 comments
Philips have introduced a revolutionary new concept, which I'm sure many people have been waiting to hit the modern age for a while.
The device is a 3D display screen, which offers an array of impressive 3D animation on a simple screen. Although initial information is still rather limited, this is one of the few images released by Philips...
Posted on June 21, 2007 with 3 comments
If you have ever needed to use your cell phone on a camping expedition and realized that your battery has gone flat, you understand the frustration.
This new invention is wind powered. The wind causes the windmill to rotate which in turn transfers energy to a battery box, which can be used to charge you cellphone. Weighing only 150 grams,...
Posted on June 10, 2007 with 1 comment
Stuck for an idea for fathers day? Then look no further than the ScanGauge computer. This device attaches to any car and provides additional information. The device is simple to set up and attach, and also indicates when engine trouble occurs as well as a number of different data.
The colored digital straps indicate fuel economy, battery...
Posted on May 28, 2007 with 1 comment
The quality of pictures on digital cameras is growing and the resolutions are rapidly growing to accommodate society's demands.
Panasonic have introduced a 12.2 mega-pixel camera, similar size and proportions to current cameras but boasting a fantastic photo sharpness. The camera also allows for High Definition recordings for video...
Posted on May 17, 2007 with 2 comments
Speed alert software was recently released and built into GPS equipment to inform you whenever you were coming into close proximity with a speed camera zone.
The GPS Mirror takes this idea a little further and have installed a GPS Mirror into the rearview of your car which can alert you through audible or visual communication.
Posted on May 16, 2007 with 0 comments
With an old media format such as the vinyl it can be hard to convert them into a modern day format such as MP3 or WAV, leaving many vinyls gathering dust on the shelf.
Well, now thanks to the ION USB turntable, it is possible to simply plug in the turntable via USB to your PC and begin converting vinyls into MP3 or WAV format ready to be...
Posted on May 16, 2007 with 1 comment
Austrian boat engineers, Frauscher, have revealed their latest boat which comes equipped with an assortment of gadgets and gizmos.
The electronics have been controlled by mii AG in an effort to manufacture a 23 foot long boat with all the latest modern technology treats.
Named the Lido, the gadgets include a portable computer with...
Posted on May 14, 2007 with 6 comments
The USB digital microscope allows small images and videos to be captured in a clear, vivid, yet, microscopic way.
The device connects seamlessly via an easy to use USB connection with plug and play capability and offers close up images of any surface or object you wish to view up close.
The USB digital microscope allows you to easily zoom...
Posted on May 13, 2007 with 1 comment
The Pseudo touchscreen Domia X10 looks like an LCD screen with a pressure sensitive layer. However, as you look more closely it is a conventional photo frame with an added pressure sensitive layer underneath.
The device works by placing a photograph of a room you wish to control onto the upper layer. The lighting can then be controlled by...
Posted on May 10, 2007 with 2 comments
In anticipation of the new Simpsons movie set for release on July 27th, but to wet your appetite Microsoft have released a Simpons edition X-Box. This version is exactly the same as the original XBox, although comes in a vivid yellow.
The snag is that there are only 100 of these available and may well become a collector's item. Oh yes,...
Posted on May 8, 2007 with 0 comments
This new gadget will transform the conventional numerical representation of time into a written representation. The clock saves your brain the effort of calculating the time, instead, clearly highlighting the time in a phrase-like fashion.
The clock itself is quite large scale, measuring 33" wide and 4.5" in diameter. It requires to be of...