All desk jockeys do it, particularly as the day wears on. Your shoulders slump a little at first, then the next thing you know you’re in an all-out slouch. Back pain sets in to really ruin your day. Just place Lumo’s little sensor on the back of your shirt. It will vibrate when you begin to slouch, sort of like a gentle tap on the shoulder to remind you to straighten up.
In the past, we used to get around on our two legs most of the time, but when mobility devices such as the bicycle became commonplace, that was all the rage. Of course, over the years, there were skateboards and in-line skates that made it easier to cover the distance without out too much o…
Do you feel like your office is a dull, boring place that’s lacking positivity and creative energy? Bright Side found 20 awesome gadgets that would add extra joy and convenience to your life and make your workday go by a lot faster.
Sure, it’s a prototype, but it works — literally. The Aeolus robot can clean your house, pick up after you and keep an eye on things while you’re away. Plus, it has Alexa built in so you can express your gratitude (or disappointment).
DJI’s palm-sized drone is a big step in the direction of making drones easier and more convenient for the average person. The Spark’s standout feature is that it doesn’t require a remote control for navigation. Just tap the button on the back of the drone twice, and it will prepare to take off from the palm of your hand. You can also pilot the Spark with your hand, prompting it to fly higher, lower, or in a certain direction with a wave of your arm. Of course, these features work best under optimal conditions, and the Spark doesn’t always operate flawlessly, but its size and simplicity are a feat in their own right.
Facebook might talk the talk when it comes to building community, but Civ.works walks the walk. The ad-free social network was launched by Oracle executive George Polisner, who publicly resigned after the company’s co-CEO Safra Catz joined Trump’s transition team in December 2016. The platform, which launched in January 2017, is designed to collect civic actions at the local, state, national and international levels and distribute them to subscribers based on their issue preference and geography. The aim is to give the community tools to work together on societal outcomes important for everyone, regardless of the political “side”.
In 2017, the cinema camera making company RED announced it was working a smartphone with a holographic screen. Consumers were unsure what this meant until September 2017. Essentially, the phone would provide a 3D viewing experience on screen, projecting things like buildings and landscapes in an interactive map. A user could essentially take a virtual tour via the phone screen, looking around, above, behind, or in-between various objects.
The Cobra iRADAR 200 community-based detection system is a high performance detector that detects all radar & laser guns currently in use. It works with iPhone and Android smartphones, provides 360 degrees protection, and reduces false alerts with City/Highway Mode.
It will not hold to unfinished wood, bare mdf, or if the surface feels fibrous. If the bottom of your desk isn’t finished, it is recommended either putting some finish on (polyurethane works well) or screwing it in.
So I was looking for something that my mom could use since she is going through menipose. I hope she doesn’t read this review but she will gladly agree this item is amazing and saves her from using a paper fan or rolling down the window. This blows out more air than you expect and I just bought another one for my aunt. Great price, quality and perfect!!!