Helmet Action Cam

How many times has this happened to you? You’re riding your bike through a path in the woods. It’s a lovely day and the sun is shining as you pedal your way through your day. Suddenly, you come across a clearing, and in its center sits a fantastic sight.

 

Mounted to your helmet (you are wearing a helmet, right?) is the Helmet Action Cam! Your camera, coupled with a big fat SD card that you supply yourself, can record more than 13 hours of video! That’s almost your whole waking day! Certainly something will happen during the day that you can capture and document.

 

Helmet Action Cam

Technical Specifications

  • Sensor resolution 640×480 VGA CMOS sensor
  • Built-in memory 32MB
  • SD memory card drive supports cards of up to 2GB (Not included)
  • Movie storage:
    • 640 x 480 pixels (30* or 15 frames per second)
    • 320 x 240 pixels (30* or 15 frames per second)
    • 160 x 120 pixels (30* or 15 frames per second)
  • Status LCD 2-digit B/W on top for functions
  • Focusing Fixed range from 1.5m~infinity
  • Movie images AVI
  • File format of Interface USB (1.1)
  • Delete image All / last one
  • Auto Shut-Off 30 minutes
  • Battery 2 x AA alkaline batteries
  • Dimensions 40mm diam. x 110mm long
  • Operation system WIN2000/XP/Vista

Minimum System Requirements

  • Pentium III 800 MHz or higher
  • Windows XP, Windows 2000
  • 128 MB RAM
  • 800 MB Free hard disk space
  • SVGA 800 x 600 resolution video support (32 bit)
  • 16 bit Windows compatible sound device

* In some cases, the frame rate may be automatically reduced to maximize the memory usage.

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Giant Plush Microbes

Infectuously Cute Plush Microbes!

Giant Plush Microbes Your choice of:

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    Coughs aren’t just for smokers anymore — now anybody can get one!
  • Brain Cell (Neuron)
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  • Fat Cell (Adipocyte)
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  • Herpes (Herpes Simplex Virus 2)
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  • Malaria (Plasmodium falciparum)
    The tropics have coconuts, soft beaches, clear water, shiny fish, colorful birds, steel drums, umbrella drinks. And Malaria.
  • Rabies (Rabies Virus)
    Your pets will be foaming at the mouth to get one of our Rabies dolls.
  • Mange (Sarcoptes scabei)
    Who you calling mangy? I’m just along for the ride! Find out more.
  • Heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis)
    A bad relationship can break your pets’ heart. But they’ll love this little worm!
  • Salmonella (Salmonella typhimurium)
    Which came first: the chicken, or the egg — or the Salmonella bacteria?
  • The Plague – black death (Yersinia pestis)
    Improved hygiene and readily available antibiotics keep this bad boy at bay. But what a history.
  • Mad Cow Disease(Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy)
    When bovine prions stampede the wrong way, everyone says Moo! (Each doll has its own unique pattern.)
  • E. Coli(Escherichia coli)
    Everyone’s welcome at a barbecue. Or are they?
  • Head Lice(Pediculus capitis)
    Having a lousy day? We’ve got a solution. Scratch your head, and try guess what it is!
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    Got a blemish? Give our little fellow a big squeeze, and you’re sure to feel better!
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    Don’t let a pox end up on your house — or anyone else’s house. The more you know, the better for everyone’s real estate.
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    One of the most common venereal diseases, Gonorrhea can be easily cured — or avoided. Know the risks.
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    Caused by the same microbe responsible for strep-throats, Flesh Eating can put you on a diet — fast.
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    Oral malodor is no laughing matter. But don’t give spicy foods all the credit. Microbes deserve their share of the glory, too. Make someone smile (as long as they’ve brushed first.)
  • Common Cold (Rhinovirus)
    Billions of people a year catch the cold. Now you can get one too — without getting sick! Learn all about the Common Cold with this cuddly companion.
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    This guy may not look too tough, but don’t let his cute looks fool you! Once he and his friends show up you’re in for a pretty lousy time. Learn about his weaknesses so you can avoid unwanted encounters.
  • H.I.V.(Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
    Not cute in any sense, This plush microbe seeks to educate those about the deadly virus that destroys CD4 or T-helper cells.
  • Mono – Kissing Disease (Epstein-Barr Virus)
    A kiss is just a kiss — unless she’s around! 95% of the population has encountered this sweetie pie. Just think of all the fun you can have giving Mono to somebody without all the medical complications!
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    No one likes having a sore throat, unless it’s a Giantmicrobe! Find out what makes Streptococcus bacteria more than just your average sore throat virus.
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    Having a stomach ache can be loads of fun … if it’s a Giantmicrobe, of course! (And this one will tell you how to keep his friends away.)
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    Come and get it! This microbe is a baker, and a brewer — and a scientist to boot. Pretty amazing! Learn about the secrets to its success.
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    Since its discovery in 1976, Ebola has become the T. Rex of microbes. Share the love!
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Each 5-7 inch plush microbe comes with a instructional card that includes an actual picture of the microbe along with information about the microbe in its natural environment.

Price: $7.99 Buy here: ThinkGeek.com


Water Powered Clock

Water Powered Clock The water clock will display the time and date in clear easy to read numbers just moments after you fill the liquid reservoirs in the back with the liquid of your choice. We’ve had ours running for weeks so far and the water levels have barely descended and we haven’t had to refill it at all.

How does it work? Magic mostly. And a little bit of science too. The internal converter simply extracts electrons from water (or other liquid) molecules and provides a steady stream of electrical current acting as a fuel cell to generate power to the clock.

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MySky GPS Star Tracker

Packed with the latest in gadgetry including built-in GPS, LCD screen, magnetic north sensors, electronic accelerometers, & complex circuitry,the MySky is far from vaporwear. It’s a hi-tech virtual tour guide to your starry skies. Point, shoot, get smarter.

MySky GPS Star Tracker

    Specifications:

  • Sights – Illuminated red sights to easily point to objects
  • Object Database – Database of over 30,000 celestial objects (planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies & more)
  • LCD – 480 x 234 pixel full color display
  • Audio – 500+ Audio/Multi-media presentations by NPR Stardate personality, Sandy Wood. Including interesting science facts, mythology, folklore, and astrophotography.
  • Earphones – Comfortable high-fidelity ear buds included for audio
  • Storage – 256 Megabyte SD card (included)
  • GPS – 12 channel GPS receiver
  • Orientation – Magnetic north sensors
  • Positioning – Electronic accelerometers to determine tilt/pointing
  • Night Vision – Optional mode to display screen entirely in red to protect your night vision.
  • Compatibility – Can optionally control any Meade computerized telescope.
  • Upgradeable – Software upgradeable from meade.com
  • Power save features – Advanced power saving features to extend battery life
  • Batteries – 4 AA batteries required (not included)
  • Battery Life – Up to 6 hours (normal use)
  • Instructions – Includes onboard video instructions that are optional for first time use. Also includes a printed instruction manual and quickstart guide along with a CDROM that includes Planetarium software (Windows 98/XP).
  • Dimensions – Approximately 9″ x 2.5″ x 7″

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