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My website: www.creativelightingdisplays.com **PLEASE READ** THERE IS NO LIVE CHRISTMAS LIGHT SHOW!! My neighbors need a break. So please don’t show up to my house expecting a show. Viewing from Moible Phone The video has been blocked from mobile phones (mainly iPhone/iPad) due to the content owner….record company. Nothing I can do. Most Android phones work. A work around is to click on the “Desktop” link at the bottom of the Youtube page in your browser (ex: Safari). Do not use the Youtube app. When you want to return back to mobile version, click on “Mobile” at the bottom of the page. I originally created this for the AMAs, but you didn’t get to see a lot of it due to the way it was broadcast. I’ve received many requests to use this for a Christmas show and I thought it would be a cool idea to add Santa Hats on the faces and place some Xmas trees on the lawn….and presto! Sexy and I know It Christmas style with a little Halloween thrown in. Not your typical standard Christmas song…but who wants standard? WWW.CREATIVELIGHTINGDISPLAYS.COM FaceBook: Creative Lighting Displays FB Fans: KJ92508 2011 Christmas Light Show — Sexy and I Know It by LMFAO. 4 singing pumpkin faces with Santa Hats, spiral trees, strobes, floods and thousands of RGB LED lights. DMX running some of lights. All lights, faces and props are custom made (DIY) by me except for the roof line which are CCRs. Controlling channels. 1040 channels. Riverside, CA
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What is it? A laser cutter? A mod photo enlarger? A microscope? A tattoo remover? Nope, it’s a coffee maker, but an extremely svelte coffee maker. In fact, I imagine this little Nespresso-friendly caffeine inducer would look pretty sweet in your typical “ice hotel” or ad agency lobby.
Clearly, we’ve come a long way since days of yore when a Cuisinart was enough you get you by in the couture circuit.
To answer whether or not industrial design student Tali Shilo’s lovely little coffee machine actually exists yet is another question. Looking in the Yanko online store I don’t see it — though unlike many concepts from Yanko, this one actually seems like a practical design for the real world.
That said, I’m not sure why it’s being billed as a “minimalist” machine, when it’s electrically powered and requires fancy coffee packets. These low-tech coffee solutions are probably a little more minimalist, but this one is definitely cool.
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Among many other things I like about this Breguet watch are the applied hour indicators. These are most certainly ranked among the best hour markers I have ever seen. They are done in a brushed metal (likely titanium to match the case) and are applied to the dial. The finish on them is very smooth and they appear luxurious as well as being very clear to the eye. What exactly makes them look so good? The trick is that the surface isn’t flat. Each numeral is rounded, just a bit. Trust me, they look better in person than in pictures. It also helps that they are designed in that typical, beautiful, Breguet Transatlantique style. I love this font.
Earlier this year, HTC allowed its previously Verizon-exclusive brand name out to prowl the globe with the Incredible S, and now it’s doing the same with the heretofore Sprint-only EVO moniker. The EVO 3D, says a tweet from HTC’s French mouthpiece, is coming to the land of baguettes, stylish mustaches and stripy pullovers, though a little bit of mystery remains as to when exactly its arrival shall be. Whatever the schedule (the EVO 3D’s set for a “summer” release in the US), the rest of Europe’s unlikely to be left out, meaning a 4.3-inch superphone with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1080p video recording in 2D and 720p in 3D, HTC’s newest Sense skin and Android’s freshest Gingerbread build, is headed out to the Old Wold. And that, fellow pilgrims, is a mighty awesome thing indeed.
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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green.
This week Inhabitat brought you unveilings of the world’s hottest new eco vehicles as we hit the floor of the Detroit Auto Show and rounded up the seven sexiest green cars on display. We also took a first look at Toyota’s new Tesla-infused RAV4, and we caught up with Venturi’s powerhouse electric concept car. And if unconventional transportation spins your wheels, don’t miss the shape shifting Uno 3 electric scooter and this masterfully-crafted Tron segway that could out-geek a lightcycle.
We also looked at several groundbreaking building systems that stand to make our cities stronger and more sustainable, starting with a new type of flexible superglass that is stronger than steel. Meanwhile, Sweden is soaking up body heat from public places to help heat buildings, China unveiled plans for a futuristic eco city, and several offices in Minnesota flipped on a set of souped-up ceiling lights capable of broadcasting wireless internet.
In other news, the world of renewable energy is jolting for joy as Southwest Wind Power unveiled the world’s first fully smart grid-enabled windturbine. We also checked out a new ultracapacitor that can charge a power drill in 60 seconds, and researchers are working on energy-generating fabrics that can transform your t-shirt into a power plant. Finally, this week we wrapped up our CES coverage with a look at the best green gadgets from this year’s show, and we flexed our creative capacity with 5 tech projects for kids that foster creativity and critical thinking.
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The path to availability for cars of the future is one wrought with roadblocks, potholes, and indeed IEDs — increasingly expensive developments. This was most recently seen with Fisker’s Karma getting a price boost up to $ 95,900, a hefty jump over initial $ 80,000 estimates, but Tesla is taking this chance to give new reassurances that its Model S sedan’s price of $ 57,000 is comfortable. That’s largely thanks to smaller Li-Ion batteries, which are similar to those used in laptops and can be found scattered about like chewy raisins in this aluminum cookie. They’re much less expensive to produce than the large, monolithic packs used in the Nissan Leaf or Chevy Volt, about $ 200 per kWH vs. $ 750 for Nissan’s. That’s cheap enough for Tesla to assure that it can still make a profit on the Model S, despite its cost being set at roughly half that of the Roadster. Will that still be the case when it hits production in 2012? We can’t wait to find out.
Truth be told, there’s precisely no reason for the world to ever see yet another iPod sound system. If we haven’t found one to suffice at this point, we’re very clearly doing it wrong. That said, Yamaha has a knack for cranking out iPod / iPhone sound systems that look just as good (if not better) than they sound, and that’s remaining the case on the PDX-31. Aside from reminding us of the gorgeous Oregon shoreline, this here speaker dock handles iPods and iPhones with a 30-pin Dock Connector, ships in a trio of hues (dark red, black and light gray) and offers up an auxiliary input for those other media players. It also houses a pair of 3.25-inch speakers, dual wall construction and arrives with a bundled remote for good measure. It’ll carry an MSRP of $ 169.95, 80 percent of which is the premium for this thing looking so darn seductive.
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I’m a sucker for these setups. All the chrome, the bars, the rails, the pads, the cables — whenever I see my friend’s RED setup in full gear it always amazes me how he finds his way around the thing. The same applies to these gorgeous, but complicated-looking DSLR setups from Swedish Chameleon, made to minimize the size of the rig while maximizing functionality.
Our friend Willie pointed us in the direction of these guys, and he also notes that his site did an interview with the creator, which I’ve embedded below despite the fact that it’s in Swedish. You still get an idea of what’s going on, how it’s set up, and so on.
The fact is I’m pretty ignorant of the actual qualities these rigs need, but this looks like a hell of a nice one from what I’ve seen. Price is of course very high — the basic kit costs around $ 3500 (18995 Danish Krone is the quoted price at one e-tailer). I think once I bought it and set it up, I’d just take pictures of it all day instead of using it.
[thanks for the tip, Willie. See you in January.]
Ah, the 7-inch iPad rumor. It’s beenÂ circlingÂ around for quite some time. This time, though, the Chinese news outlet Economic Daily News is reporting that the smaller iPad might hit retailer’s shelves before Christmas and, well, the source could be correct. They have a great track record andÂ accuratelyÂ reported the iPad‘s launch well before the Stevenote. However, the smaller iPad would need to launch rather soon for it to seeÂ successfulÂ holiday sales. Perhaps during the iPod touch Facetime event that’s rumored to be right around the corner.
Any later than October and stores will be in full holiday mode and it would be difficult for Best Buy, Walmart, and other retailers to give this new iPad much attention — although it probably won’t need any marketing help from stores. Proper inventory management would be near impossible and the launch would probably be not as smooth as the original iPad saw. If the 7-inch iPad is coming, Apple is also probably in talks with retailers already, coordinating holiday circulars and buying guides meaning leaks are totally possible.
A smaller iPad would likely sell like Devin’s pancakes, though. Nearly every consumer is well aware of the $500 iPad right now, making a smaller and cheaper model nearly an impulse buy if it’s priced in the $300 to $350 range. It could be this year’s hot gift. Of course the Nintendo 3DS might have something to say about that.
So what say you? Smaller iPad by Christmas? Yay or nay?
Props to CrunchGear