NEC has developed wireless cameras that are powered by fluorescent tubes. You just put the ring-shaped component around a bulb and you're good to go. The device "uses electromagnetic induction in order to obtain power by using the magnetic field generated by the AC source in the fluorescent light." Pretty impressive as long as you keep the lights on all the time. Which I learned is key to shooting good video anyways. Let's just say the last sex tape I made was three minutes of complete darkness. You can still hear the action though. It sounds a lot like a woman making fun of my penis for three minutes while I cry into a pillow.
Fluorescent light powers camera [coolestgadgets]
The Antrepo 'I'm Not A Security Camera' is a desk lamp in the form factor of a security camera. Set it on the desk or hang it on the wall -- either way you'll think twice before looking at what you and I both know you looked at online while at work. Tsk, tsk. Plus, it might ... / Continue →
This is a snapshot from one of the webcams positioned on the Large hadron Collider. Hit this link to view them, there's been a bunch of bustling around the past few days and I think I saw a guy trip and fall down the stairs on the left. Definitely worth checking out. And als... / Continue →
Ever wondered what the little make-believe drivers in your Hot Wheels cars see when you race them through a loopty-loop or jump a trashcan filled with burning printer paper? Well now you can thanks to Mattel's Hot Wheels Video Racers, a series of Hot Wheels cars (not Barbies) ... / Continue →