Do you suffer from “sore elbows, wrists and hands from having to hold small and awkward shapes?” Have you found that “products are confusing to impossible to control?” Do you know what a phthalates is and are you embarrassed by the packaging of your favorite personal massager products? Has Revel Body got a product for you.
This crowdfunded project aims to make your alone time (or time spent with friends) more rewarding. The product, essentially a sonic vibrator, is designed for ladies and, presumably, men. The team, led by Robin Elenga, has created a high-frequency system for offering a better “buzz” during those moments when you’re visiting the Palms Hotel.
The product offers “50 percent more power” and “400 percent vibration range” and reduces the vibrations felt in the hand and focuses those vibrations on sore muscles and/or your vagina.
The product uses a resonating motor to offer a larger range of vibration speeds and sensations and it’s shaped like a tennis ball to reduce the strain on wrists and other body parts. It’s run on a rechargeable battery that connects to any USB port and offers nearly silent operation, unlike similar linear-motor-powered vibrators. Because it doesn’t exactly look like a traditional vibrator you could even put it in a place of honor on your bedside table or office desk.
The vibrator comes (to your house) for a pledge of $ 140. You can get two for $ 220. They are hoping to raise $ 50,000 and are nearly there so they just need that extra push to get them over the edge. I suppose, given the circumstances, we should probably help them out.
Black Card Size Ultrathin Mini Cell Phone OLED Touch Bluetooth Unlocked $0.99 (0 Bids)End Date: Wednesday May-22-2013 21:58:38 PDTBid now | Add to watch list SPI 0.96" 128X64 Blue OLED Display Module AVR PIC Arduino Compatible $15.99End Date: Sunday Jun-9-2013 2:07:27 PDTBuy It Now for only: $15.99Buy It Now | Add to watch list I2C 0.91" 128x32 Monochrome OLED display module ( compatible Arduino ) $12.99End Date: Saturday May-25-2013 21:13:28 PDTBuy It Now for only: $12.99Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
My first tutorial. I made this tutorial to show all you viewers how to have your own personal live wallpaper. Its not that hard and makes your android look really cool! I plan on uploading other tutorials very soon so make sure to comment, rate and subscribe. Oh if you have any questions don’t be afraid to ask! Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
Building off of the web search capabilities of its research pane for Docs, Google is now giving users the ability to search for and insert their own personal content. For example, if you’re working on a presentation in Drive and want to add a photo from your Picasa album, or a quote from a friend’s Google+ profile, you’ll now have the option of adding personal content from within the research pane without leaving your project. This new search feature pulls information from your personal Picasa albums, Drive and Google+ accounts, and users will also find that the research pane has been extended to Presentation and Drawings. Unfortunately, Google Apps customers will still be limited to web-only search results, as personal content search is intended for individual accounts. However, if you’re a starving student heavily embedded in Google’s ecosystem, this time saver just might shave a few minutes off of your weekend cram session and that’s always a good thing.
Sick of letting everyone else skin your Android for you? 3D printing service Cubify is helping you fight back with Bugdroids, a customizable version of Google’s lovable green mascot. You can change its colors, add accessories like hats, horns glasses, mustaches and bling (that’s “bling,” not Bing, mind), and then the service will 3D print one out and ship it to you — well, after you drop an admittedly pricey $ 30 to $ 40, figurine size depending.
Experience a whole new viewing sensation with the brand new Personal 3D Viewer – the HMZ-T2, positioned well ahead in the 3D arena to make gaming and movie watching unforgettable. Get into gaming like never before. With removable ear buds so you can use own headphones, it’s perfect for online multi-player gaming. No matter how you listen, you’ll benefit from the device’s ‘Harmonics Equalizer’, which delivers high quality audio. Delivering the best picture in both 2D and 3D thanks to dual high definition OLED screens over each eye, there is no 3D cross talk. With images this crisp, you will feel like you are in the heart of the action. Watch movies as the director intended them. With ’24P True Cinema’, you can enjoy film-like motion, identical to being in a real movie theatre – exactly the way it should be. Once you try it, you’ll never want to watch movies on anything else. Immerse yourself in the experience. Relieve your tired eyes with automatic colour temperature adjustment. Then watch and play for longer with a more lightweight design, comfortable forehead pad and adjustable head-strap. Put the new Personal 3D Viewer – the HMZ-T2 by Sony to the test. Visit: www.sony.co.nordicsRelated Posts:
Kinect Adventures (Xbox 360, 2010) $0.99 (0 Bids)End Date: Wednesday May-22-2013 11:27:31 PDTBid now | Add to watch list Microsoft Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 Game System $59.99End Date: Wednesday Jun-5-2013 8:52:08 PDTBuy It Now for only: $59.99Buy It Now | Add to watch list Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures game WITH Power ADAPTER $60.00End Date: Thursday Jun-20-2013 22:09:20 PDTBuy It Now for only: $60.00Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
Making the Raspberry Pi affordable involved some tough calls, including the omission of MPEG-2 decoding. Licensing fees alone for the video software would have boosted the board’s price by approximately 10 percent. Now, after many have made media centers with the hardware, the foundation behind the project has whipped up a solution to add the missing codec. For $ 3.79, users can purchase an individual MPEG-2 license for each of their boards on the organization’s online store. Partial to Microsoft’s VC-1 standard? Rights to using Redmond’s codec can be purchased for just under two bucks. H.264 encoding is also in the cards since OpenMax components needed to develop applications with the functionality are now enabled by default in the device’s latest firmware. With CEC support thrown into the Raspbmc, XBian and OpenELEC operating systems, a single IR remote can control a Raspberry Pi, a TV and other connected gadgets. If you’re ready to load up your Pi with its newfound abilities, hit the source link below.
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Spending too much time indoors? You need a Personal Energy Orb, a glowing Arduino powered ball that allows you to trade physical exertion for a tolerable mouse speed. Developed by two students at the University of Munich for a physical computing course, the PEO connects to a bike-mounted revolution counter to note how far a user rides, counting the total distance toward usable time on a computer. A fully “charged” green orb will allow a user to use their PC unhindered — but a spent red orb will drag Windows’ cursor sensitivity settings to its lowest. The idea, the project’s creators say, is to annoy the user off of the computer and back on to their bike. It sure sounds aggravating to us. Check out the full homework assignment at the source link below, complete with goals, follies and Python scripts.
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Question by : Is it possible to make a personal gamer picture with the Kinect? Because I can’t seem to do it. Can you only do it with the Xbox Live Vision Cam or what?
the link says that the xbox live vision cam and Kinect can BOTH take pictures but, as I said, I am unable to do so. Please help!
Answer by Echo of WrathYes the kinect can take pictures but only the Xbox vision cam can send pictures to friends and make the picture you take your gamer picture.
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