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Think Your Camcorder Is Fast? This New Camera Records A Trillion Frames Per Second!

As a graduate student, Keiichi Nakagawa wanted to observe the effects of acoustic shock waves on living cells. Unfortunately, even the highest speed cameras available at the time were too slow to capture such events. Now, Nakagawa and other Japanese researchers have developed the right tool for the job: a video camera that can record one trillion frames per second.

Laser Shaver Zaps Hair Down To The Roots

Hair beware, the 'No! No! For Men' hand-held infrared laser shaver will take you back to the future while zapping your roots into the past.

Hiding in Plain Sight: Top 10 Best Covert Spy Cameras

Learn more about covert cameras and how to spy with this comprehensive top ten list of tiny spy cameras.

Amazing Wearable Tech: Bracelet Turns Skin Into Touch Screen

With the new Cicret bracelet, your arm can actually double as a smartphone! Via your own skin you can catch up on emails and play your favorite games among other things. Read on for more on this amazing innovation.

Lumo Play Turns Any Room Into An Interactive Playspace

Imagine an iPad or Android tablet big enough and strong enough to walk, jump, and dance on. And imagine access to over 100 interactive games geared to get children moving, laughing, and learning. Now imagine being able to have that in your living room with one small projector. Stop imagining and get ready for Lumo.

New Self-Powered Cameras Will Mean Never Having A Dead Battery

Have you ever found yourself faced with a spontaneous moment of beauty only to pull out your camera and find the battery dead? Or maybe you've embarked on a long-distance back-packing trip which is endlessly scenic, but provides limited access to power outlets for recharging. Scientists have now got you covered as they unveil a new means of producing self-powered cameras.

Free Apps Like Smart Dresser Help People Coordinate Outfits

Can't make up your mind what to wear each day? You're not alone. Free apps coming out like the Smart Dresser app is about to make getting dressed quick and easy. Developed for individuals with autism, anyone who has trouble coordinating outfits can use it. All you need is a Smartphone and this free app.

The Garmin Vivofit 2 Is A No-Frills FitnessTracker

We all like to think really, really hard about being active and healthy. It's the next part that loses most of us, and that's actually becoming active and healthy. One of the easiest, and most effective, ways to jumpstart the process is by purchasing an activity tracker for daily use.

Smartphones Can Be Your Early Warning System For Earthquakes

Having a large network of distributed seismometers is the best method of potentially lifesaving early earthquake detection; however, it is prohibitively expensive to install and maintain such a network in many countries particularly those in the developing world. Now researchers have shown that the global position system (GPS) feature of smartphones – a sensor network we’re all carrying around anyway – can also act as an early earthquake warning system.

SnapCam Is Your Wearable HD Camera And Video Recorder

SnapCam boots in under a second and allows users to start snapping those unexpected moments almost instantly. It's the latest contender in the wearable HD camera market. The camera, which can be powered up in .1 seconds with a simple swipe, can take 8 megapixel photos and record footage in 720p. While not as rugged as something like a GoPro, the SnapCam is water and drop resistant thanks to its aluminum housing.