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New Wearable Device Is Virtual Ski Coach Inside Your Boot....  http://www.livescience.com/54534-carv-wearable-device-virtual-ski-coach.html …

The Carv is a smartphone-connected wearable device that acts like a virtual ski instructor.

Carv analyses your skiing technique in real-time providing feedback on the slopes and detailed analysis between runs

CARV: The world’s first wearable that helps you ski better! by MotionMetrics — Kickstarter

Oculus Rift Developers Kit Dk2 * You can get more details by clicking on the image.Note:It is affiliate link to Amazon.

Oculus Rift Developers Kit Dk2 * You can get more details by clicking on the image.Note:It is affiliate link to Amazon.

IOFIT: Der smarte Fitness-Schuh

IOFIT: Der smarte Fitness-Schuh

QTemp is a smart wearable weather station that measures UV and temperature while displaying the safe sun time on iOS & Android devices.

QTemp is a smart wearable weather station that measures UV and temperature while displaying the safe sun time on iOS & Android devices.

Carloudy is World's First E-Ink, Smart, Wireless Head Up Display for Every Car that Works Perfect Under Bright Sunlight and Evening.

Carloudy is World's First E-Ink, Smart, Wireless Head Up Display for Every Car that Works Perfect Under Bright Sunlight and Evening.

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Inkjet-printed photos double as solar cells http://www.treehugger.com/solar-technology/inkjet-printed-photos-double-solar-cells.html

Inkjet-printed photos double as solar cells

New Inkjet-Printed Solar Cells Let You Turn Your Pictures Into Power Sources. Scientists from Alto University have made solar cells that can be printed in the style of any photo or image.

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It couldn't be simpler. You just throw it up in the air and it captures a panoramic image – automatically

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