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Kickstarter: Leikr Is An OpenStreetMap GPS Sports Watch With A Two-Inch Colour Display

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As a long-time jogger and a current recipient of a Nike + SportWatch GPSI can safely say I ’ ve been bitten by the exercise information bug. The satisfaction of uploading your most current round of physical effort and transforming it into digital bits and bytes that could be analyzed and contrasted against past performance is very darn cool. But the Nike + SportWatch is far from perfect. The greatest concern I have encountered so far is patchy and/or slow GPS connecting (a problem flagged up by my TC associate John Biggs in his 2011 testimonial).

If the GPS sensor takes its time to link it keeps you grounded in your running shoes awaiting the digital hook-up in the sky to get on with it. And if the connection fails completely (which has taken place to me on a run in a rural part of Wales), far from inspiring you to get moving the SportWatch makes you feel there ’ s no point in working out because your effort will go unrecorded and as a result wasted (this is not, I should include, a mindset I used to have before possessing the watch — so it ’ s an ideal example of the double-edged nature of innovation).

Get in Leikr: a sports watch that wishes to do things much better — consisting of by making the GPS link procedure faster, thanks to “ a snapping quickly custom made GPS system ”. I could ’ t testify to its rate, since I sanctuary ’ t had an opportunity to check it, however speedy GPS connecting is among the benefits being touted as part of the Leikr Kickstarter pitch. Various other sports view inconveniences the team behind Leikr desire to overcome include extremely bulky gadgets, irritatingly counterintuitive interfaces, and small, non-colour screens. They are certainly trying for the pro, endurance end of the sports view market, rather than the Fitbit/Jawbone UP casual task tracker masses but don ’ t let that put you off. You are major about your running right? “ Throughout our training we have actually tried various GPS watches and we have actually never ever been totally pleased with them: too large, too hard to run, slow in getting the GPS signal, small displays and little to show: truthfully quite uninteresting stuff, ” the team writes. ” We were seeking the best gadget to

support our training and we might not find it. Last year we determined to take the possibility and recognize our long wished imagine a training GPS watch that every sportsmen would want. ” The Leikr has a two inch color show (with a resolution of 320 × 240 pixels) — meaning there ’ s enough space on screen to display multiple information points at the same time, such as time, rate, distance, calories, heart rate etc, or to show a map view that enables you to track your position as you run and see where the course is taking you. While the face of the watch

is much bigger than the ordinary sports see display, the thickness has been pressed to 10.65 mm to keep the total bulk down. Gorilla Glass toughens it up, weight is around 55 grams, and run data syncs automatically over Wi-Fi when you ’ re back at your work desk. There ’ s 8GB of on board storage for your maps and runs, and a 500Mhz engine inside. Battery life is apparently up to 6 hours of active (GPS) make use of — long enough for an average runner to finish a marathon and still have juice to spare. Leikr ’ s maps are powered by OpenStreetMap, which the team declares is a first for this kind of gizmo (Nike + ’ s SportWatch GPS is powered by TomTom, for instance), while the watch integrates with social fitness tracker community Endomondo for evaluating training, sharing and comparing with buddies. The Leikr team isn ’ t just interesteded in making the equipment though. On the software side, they will offer a portal where workouts and programs can be downloaded to the device — customised to your suitable physical fitness level — and the team ’ s pitch discuss wanting to exist at every step of your training, from planning to executing to evaluating. So who ’ s building

Leikr? No, it ’ s not Apple. But thecore team does consist of some mobile expertise — especially ex-Nokia talent, from Nokia ’ s now shuttered Copenhagen R&D lab, such as Lars Moeller, Director, R&D Management, who spent 12 years at Nokia R&D – bringing, in their words, “ years of experience making the finest in mobile devices ” to the GPS watch space. The Leikr is Linux-based (the watch will be upgradeable through the Leikr portal as the software progresses) as well as makes use of the (formerly Nokia had) Qt application framework. “ This option allows us flexibility and reduced power consumption, ” the group writes. “ Our development group has years of experience establishing on this framework. ” The Leikr Kickstarter objective is $ 250,000 — to bring the watch to

the UNITED STATE market initially. Presently the project has raised at least $ 23,500 with 29 days left to get moneyed. The first batch of 50 Leikrs offered at the cheapest pledge rate to obtain a watch ($ 149) has already sold out.

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Kickstarter: Leikr Is An OpenStreetMap GPS Sports Watch With A Two-Inch Colour Screen

Leikr sport watch

As a long-time runner and a recent recipient of a Nike + SportWatch GPSI can securely state I ’ ve been bitten by the exercise records bug. The fulfillment of uploading your most current round of exercise and changing it into digital bits and bytes that can be evaluated and contrasted against past performance is pretty darn cool. However the Nike + SportWatch is far from perfect. The greatest problem I have actually encountered so far is patchy and/or slow GPS linking (a problem flagged up by my TC coworker John Biggs in his 2011 evaluation).

If the GPS sensor takes its time to connect it keeps you grounded in your running shoes waiting for the digital hook-up in the sky to get on with it. And if the connection fails totally (which has actually happened to me on a run in a rural part of Wales), far from motivating you to obtain moving the SportWatch makes you feel there ’ s no point in exercising because your effort will go unrecorded and for that reason squandered (this is not, I ought to add, a perspective I made use of to have before owning the watch — so it ’ s a best example of the double-edged nature of modern technology).

Enter Leikr: a sports view that wishes to do things much better — including by making the GPS link procedure quicker, thanks to “ a snapping quickly custom made GPS system ”. I could ’ t indicate to its rate, because I haven ’ t had a chance to check it, but rapid GPS connecting is among the benefits being touted as part of the Leikr Kickstarter pitch. Other sports watch annoyances the team behind Leikr desire to overcome consist of overly bulky devices, irritatingly counterintuitive interfaces, and small, non-colour screens. They are certainly intending for the pro, endurance end of the sports watch market, rather than the Fitbit/Jawbone UP casual task tracker masses however don ’ t let that place you off. You are major about your running right? “ During our training we have actually tried various GPS watches and we have never been totally pleased with them: too large, too challenging to run, slow in getting the GPS signal, small displays and little to reveal: honestly fairly monotonous stuff, ” the team composes. ” We were looking for the ideal device to

support our training and we might not discover it. Last year we chose to take the possibility and recognize our long desired dream of a training GPS watch that every athlete would want. ” The Leikr has a 2 inch color show (with a resolution of 320 × 240 pixels) — meaning there ’ s enough space on screen to display several records points all at once, such as time, rate, distance, calories, heart rate etc, or to show a map view that enables you to track your position as you run and see where the course is taking you. While the face of the watch

is much larger than the ordinary sports view show, the density has actually been squeezed to 10.65 mm to keep the overall mass down. Gorilla Glass toughens it up, weight is around 55 grams, and run information syncs immediately over Wi-Fi when you ’ re back at your workdesk. There ’ s 8GB of on board storage for your maps and runs, and a 500Mhz engine inside. Battery life is reportedly up to 6 hours of active (GPS) make use of — long enough for a typical distance runner to finish a marathon and still have juice to spare. Leikr ’ s maps are powered by OpenStreetMap, which the team claims is a first for this kind of gizmo (Nike + ’ s SportWatch GPS is powered by TomTom, for example), while the watch incorporates with social fitness tracker community Endomondo for analyzing training, sharing and comparing with friends. The Leikr group isn ’ t just worried with making the equipment though. On the software side, they will supply a portal where exercises and programs can be downloaded to the gadget — personalized to your proper physical fitness level — and the team ’ s pitch discuss wishing to exist at every step of your training, from planning to performing to evaluating. So who ’ s developing

Leikr? No, it ’ s not Apple. But thecore team does consist of some mobile proficiency — particularly ex-Nokia talent, from Nokia ’ s now shuttered Copenhagen R&D laboratory, such as Lars Moeller, Supervisor, R&D Management, who spent 12 years at Nokia R&D – bringing, in their words, “ years of experience making the very best in mobile devices ” to the GPS watch space. The Leikr is Linux-based (the watch will be upgradeable through the Leikr portal as the software progresses) and also uses the (previously Nokia possessed) Qt application framework. “ This option permits us flexibility and decreased power usage, ” the team writes. “ Our development team has years of experience establishing on this framework. ” The Leikr Kickstarter objective is $ 250,000 — to bring the watch to

the USA market initially. Presently the project has raised at least $ 23,500 with 29 days left to get moneyed. The first batch of 50 Leikrs offered at the least expensive pledge rate to receive a watch ($ 149) has currently sold out.

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Te Voy A Quebrar – “The Colour Out of Space” BlankTV Premiere!

Directed by Blake Farber www.blakefarber.com Te Voy A Quebrar is a Brazilian surrealistic space metal band. Inspired by stoner, sludge, doom, psychedelic music, Jodorowsky’s movies, Lovecraft, Ambrose Bierce and Borges shortstories. Te Voy A Quebrar just released an epic music video more than 9 minutes, titled The Colour Out of Space. A short movie where Black Sabbath meets Jodorowsky’s El Topo and Borges’ literature. The track is from their split album with O Cúmplice, from São Paulo. In this video journey you can go deep into Te Voy A Quebrar’s heavy and raw stoner rock, and find more than groovy and sabbathic riffs. You’ll find the whole experience, from magical realism lyrics to raving imagery forged by brazilian punks. THE COLOUR OUT OF SPACE (lyrics) I’m gonna live beyond the end of this land. I’m gonna exist so far beyond the end. I’ll be here when it all drowns in the sun, And when Andromeda crosses the Milky Way. I’m not a colour that your eyes have seen. I’m not a colour that your mind can believe. Nefandous nauseous and nebular chaos, Inside an old well in a desolate place. Descending from the stars to the solitude of Nahum’s farm, My cosmic soul, microscopic cells can take it so high. Tripping through this strange world, organic paradise, You take life from light and I take light from life. I synthesize your life and my body starts to play. The sound of stars, the choir of cells, compressed in sonic hell. I ascend to the skies in cosmic symphony. I fly back to

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SMALL FACES – Tin Soldier (Colour)

Rare TV-Performance by The Small Faces and PP Arnold broadcast 02.March 1968 Boutton Rouge (Belgium TV)! For all young and old mods who loves these guys…

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