SRV-1 Mobile Surveillance Robot

SRV-1 Mobile Surveillance Robot Explore the dangerous terrain of your home or office with the SRV-1 Mobile Robot. This palm sized bot packs tank-like treads, a 32-bit ARM processor and a mini video camera. The included wireless transmitter interfaces via USB with any PC up to 300 feet away. The Java based host software supports Windows, Mac or Linux OS and features a built-in web server to monitor and control the SRV-1 Robot with a web browser anywhere in the world. Live video from the robot updates at a few frames per second and runs at resolutions of up to 320 x 240. The built in proximity sensors can be toggled on or off to assist when driving the robot manually. An autonomous roving mode allows the SRV-1 to explore independently while avoiding obstacles. Video surveillance recording can be scheduled based on time or date and saved as an AVI video file. Built in web based user-management controls who has access to pilot the robot or change settings. Multiple users can watch the live video feed from the robot without having access to control it. The included software is completely open source on both the host computer end and the robot firmware. Budding programmers can exploit some other nifty features of the robot such as visual object tracking.

Important Note:
The SRV-1 Mobile Robot comes fully assembled and ready to use, but requires some basic technical knowledge of Java and the command line to set-up the software. If you feel comfortable tinkering and have had experience configuring a basic web server you should be in fine shape.

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Ninja Remote

Ninja RemoteThis little universal remote is the newest (secret) weapon in the Ninja’s arsenal and we assure you in the right hands it can be used to quickly assassinate dangerously annoying TV shows. Simply point the Ninja Remote at the intended target (a television set) and press the mute button for a few seconds – once the TV mutes the remote is now ready to assume full control of its victim. Innocent bystanders will be frozen with fear (or very animated with anger) as the volume and channel change magically in front of their eyes, seemingly controlled by some mysterious force.

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Icuiti VR920 Gamer video glasses

Icuiti VR920 Gamer video glasses Icuiti introduced the VR920 gamer video glasses back a the CES 2007. We met up with the CEO of Icuiti at the GDC 2007 conference.
The Icuiti VR920 features two 640×480 VGA progressive scan LCDs with a 32 degree field of view. To make these video glasses usable for online 3D games, the VR920 has a built-in microphone and 3 degree of freedom head tracker.

Via I4U


Pioneer PRO-FHD1 1080p Plasma

1080p HD flat panels were numerous at CES 2006 one big surprise was new 50″ 1080p Plasma. Pioneer displayed their PRO-FHD1. This was hands down the best flat panel image that we viewed on this first day. The new Pioneer plasma was displaying 1080p – yes, true 1080p.

Pioneer’s Elite PureVision PRO-FHD1 plasma with 1920 X 1080 resolution is capable of displaying the entire range of HD broadcasts including 720p, 1080i and 1080p.

Pioneer PRO-FHD1 1080p Plasma

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