Posts Tagged ‘Video’
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
Quadcopter Video Over Gas Works Park, Seattle
My buddy Steve over at Finkbuilt just posted a new video on his YouTube channel he shot from his 250 sized Quadcopter and it’s spectacular! Steve took this video at Gas Works Park on a nice sunny Seattle day capturing the experience in HD. He gets around a 6 minute flight time from the copter he built. I’m hooked — Steve, I want one!!
Monday, April 28th, 2014
Probe Master – Quality DMM Probes That Are Made In U.S.A.
I prefer to buy Made In U.S.A. products when I can and was surprised to find out that Probe Master makes their probes right here in America. While you can find multimeters still made in the U.S.A. (Fluke), the test probes are typically made in China.
Monday, January 4th, 2010
Barnes & Noble Nook – The Unboxing!
I finally got the Barnes & Noble Nook in my hands and here is the live unboxing. It was a challenge but was well worth it! The fit and finish on the Nook is exactly what I expected. Like others have mentioned, the UI needs some refinement and optimization but for a v1 product, I’m extremely happy with it. I will load up my PDF’s (SDK and technical docs) and report back my experiences…
P.S. Sorry about the poor production on the video… I got lazy and tried out the Flipcam I bought my wife for Christmas. If you like the “rawness” of the Flip videos, I can do more of these types of posts as they are a lot easier to create than the edited ones. Enjoy!…
Saturday, August 15th, 2009
UNBOXING: TED 5000 – Whole House Energy Monitor
Here is the unboxing of the new TED 5000 Whole House Energy Monitor by Energy Inc. A full review is in the works… enjoy!…
Tuesday, April 28th, 2009
Sencore RadianceXD – Video Processor/Scaler/Switch
If you are a videophile and demand that your display squeezes out every last bit of quality from the source, then you need a Sencore RadianceXD. This 2u processor not only upscales, processes and is a full HDMI switch but it has a built in CMS (Color Management System) for tweaking the color gamut to be true SMPTE 701 (or other SMPTE standard color space like 601, 709, xvYcc).
The Radiance also features dedicated HDMi receiver on each HDMi input which means that switching to each source is super fast and requires no resyncing. There are six HDMI inputs and a plethora of other IO. What is really exciting about this product is the support! They offer firmware updates almost monthly which constantly makes the RadianceXD better.
This is definitely a product to add to your home theater rack, especially if you own a D-ILA projector since it can correct the saturated color gamut issues.
For more information, check out Sencore Audio/Video.…
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