The Chumby is a small alarm clock sized embedded computer which provides Internet and LAN access via a Wi-Fi connection. Through this connection, the Chumby runs various software widgets allowing the device to act as a internet radio player, video player, picture frame, alarm clock, stock ticker and currently has over 1500 different available widgets. All widgets are free with no subscriptions to pay and no plans to sign up for. The newest version, the Chumby One, features a 3.5 inch LCD color touchscreen, a 454 MHz ARM processor, 64 MB DDR SDRAM, 2 GB internal microSD card, AC or battery power, 2W mono speaker, Accelerometer and Wi-fi connectivity (802.11 b/g) all for $99.
Obzerv High -Performance Surveillance Technology Goes the Distance With HaiVision's BARRACUDA™ H.264 Encoder
HaiVision's New MAKITO™ - HD H.264 Video Encoding, Now With Component and DVI Input for up to 1080p60 Resolution
Briz Solar Powered Window Blinds designed by Nari Kim and Phullip Lim uses water as a cooling agent. There are two pipes beneath the blinds which help to circulate water which gets evaporated as dry mist. It is this mist which cools the breeze which enters the window. So you get natural air and the sunlight streaming through the blinds is collected and used to power the cooling system.
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