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    This is Kokomo Ailand, a mobile private island developed by Migaloo Private Submarines (who specialize in submersible yachts.The owner's penthouse sits 260 feet above sea level with two elevators, a glass-bottomed Jacuzzi, a private beach club, and ocean views. Eight engines allow the mammoth platform to chug along at speeds up to 8 knots, or about 9 mph. The real draw is the beach deck, replete with multiple pools, barbecue areas, underwater dining, a shark-feeding station, and an outdoor cinema.
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    This SeaXplorer Expedition Yacht by Damen yachts.  While her entire hull is ice-strengthened, in the most challenging ice conditions, SeaXplorer can go astern using a specially shaped icebreaking stern to break through boundaries that stop other yachts. Whether you choose the 65-meter, 90-meter or 100-meter version, SeaXplorer will be the most capable and efficient expedition super yacht ever. SeaXplorer features dedicated space for submersibles, dive gear, and a recompression chamber, as well as dedicated storage for an array of carefully chosen tenders. Built with remote destinations in mind, SeaXplorer will achieve an unprecedented 40 days of autonomy.
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    The Pizza Pouch is a real $8 product from Stupidiotic that consists of a lanyard with a resealable plastic pouch attached to hold a piece of pizza. Haha, Cool idea.
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    Google announces  a new version of its high-end Chromebook, the Pixel C($499). It also includes an important accessory: A keyboard attachment that charges automatically when closed over the device. The tablet also features the same pitch as a traditional laptop, despite a smaller screen size. It has an Nvidia X1 quad-core processor, a “desktop-caliber” Maxwell GPU, and 3GB of RAM, nd has stereo speakers on either side. It starts at $499 for the 32GB tablet, $599 for the 64GB tablet, and $149 for the keyboard attachment.
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    Hult Design has created a beautiful wireless speaker called the Pavilion that provides an innovative modern design and offers a D-Spiral Acoustic system. The speakers connect to your smartphone and audio device via Bluetooth,  and other features include a rechargeable battery and a 20w sound driver. You can make a pledge at Kickstarter for your own Pavilion wireless speaker with rewards starting at $259 for early bird backers.
    "Pavilion is a high-performance wireless speaker with an innovative modern design. We scrambled different materials with an existing speaker structure to redefine it to a beautiful piece of art.
    In the process of designing the speaker, we were captivated by the attractive curves and glossy finish of brass instruments. We studied the instrument’s curvature and integrated it to our spiral copper port design. The spiral inside the clear wall is breathtaking and makes it attractive from 360 degrees.
     Speaker base is made with a high-density concrete used in modern architectures. The base firmly holds the speaker in place preventing acoustic loss from any vibration. The elegant surface finish goes smoothly with the surrounding flow
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    This is a personal wind turbines by janulus offer electricity for every possible need. Minnesota-based company Janulus  built its first functioning wind turbine prototype and are now on a mission to manufacture four different sized ‘trinity’ power stations.  Last year, janulus successfully crowdfunded the first version of Trinity, and now it has returned to Kickstarter with an entire series of compact turbines in varying sizes.  Trinity comes with a 50, 400, 1000, and 2500 watt generators from 7500 to 300,000 mAh lithium ion batteries, weighing only from 650 grams. The wind turbines fold together into a cylinder making it easy to carry and travel with. by simply pulling out the blades and arranging the legs in either a tripod configuration or laid flat, the system is straightforward to organize. The larger ones can be set up outside your home and plugged directly into an outlet without requiring any additional wiring or electrical know-how. says Agust Agustsson, vice president of Janulus. "The smaller versions are very lightweight and are perfect for camping and charging your gadgets." Early-bird pledges for the Trinity 50 start at $400 and $5,600 for the Trinity 2500, with other sizes and prices available in between.
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    The Selfie Spoon is a spoon with a selfie stick attached created by General Mills for Cinnamon Toast Crunch.  It’s a legit selfie stick that extends to 30 inches, and uses Bluetooth to trigger your camera… only at the other end of it there’s a spoon. The good idea! The spoon itself is free to US residents (you only have to pay for shipping) but it’s currently out of stock.
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    Leaf has designed an innovative “Plug N Plant” home system for marijuana growing. The Leaf Cannabis Growing System($1,500) automatically monitors lighting, ventilation, and soil nutrient and pH levels, and adjusts accordingly for growth, size, weight, and potency optimization. It also connects to the built-in HD camera so you can view your progress without needing to open the door. The custom LED growlight ensures your plants get the right amount and the right kind of light, and a companion app lets you keep an eye on things, literally and figuratively...
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    Hoverboard Technologies has launched a new personal mobility device called the Hoverboard, which is equipped with a mono wheel mechanism, powered by  an electric motor. A  top speed of 16mph, and a range of up to 12miles on a single charge.  Once flat the on-board rechargeable battery can be recharged super fast from flat in just 16 minutes. As well as being equipped with a powerful electric motor the personal mobility device is also equipped with gyroscope stabilisation to make it feel as though you are hovering while riding. It is up for funding on Kickstarter.
    "At the center of the Hoverboard is the “Drive Unit”. This removable module that contains the Direct-Drive, Industrial Class BLDC (Brushless Direct-Current) servomotor, bearings and position sensors. The Drive Unit is where most of the manufactured cost are concentrated.
     The drive unit is “Smart”, with a small micro-controller embedded to store all of it’s unique characteristics and present those to the Motor Control Unit. With this arrangement, Drive Units are simply interchangeable without any “tuning” or other calibration necessary – just swap and go. It is possible that in the future, there will be alternative Drive Units with different power levels or operating characteristics
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    Wilson's new product, the Connected Basketball. The $200 ball is designed to help individual players monitor their practice. Interior sensors detect shots taken, shots made, free throws, and other common basketball feats. Wilson says that the battery is good for at least 100,000 shots.
    CNET reviewed the ball and the app:
    The Wilson app includes four game modes: Free Range, Free Throw, Buzzer Beater and Game Time. The Free Range lets you shoot from anywhere on the court, while the Free Throw sees how well you can shoot from the line. The Buzzer Beater and Game Time modes are used to test how well you can do in clutch situations, such as when the clock is ticking down to zero or your team is down by a few points. There's even crowd noise and sports commentator observations to get you in the zone.
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    The Boo-Boos Adhesive Bandages are designed by one Sherwood Forlee, and they’re made to look like gnarly wounds. They come in five different ‘flavours’: (from the top) slashing sharp-force trauma (with sutures), chemical burn, skin ulcer with skin slip, decubitus ulcer with maggot infestation, and small caliber gunshot. Cool! $10 gets four of each design in 3″ x 0.75″ bandages.
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    "The PoloTech Shirt works with an iPhone to put real-time workout data in the palm of your hand. Silver fibers woven directly into the fabric read heart rate and breathing depth and balance — as well as other key metrics — which are streamed to your device via a detachable Bluetooth-enabled black box."
    "Created exclusively for use with the shirt, the PoloTech App offers live biometrics, adaptive workouts and more."  Like Henry Ford's Model T, available in any color you like (as long as it's black).
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    The olloclip has now introduced its most powerful lens  . The new Macro Pro Lens for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus comes with three different lenses,  each offering greater depth of field and less distortion than standard photos. The included macro lenses offer 7x, 14x, and 21x magnification.  Just like Olloclip's other lens packages, the main component easily slides over the top of the iPhone, placing the lens directly over the phone's rear or front-facing camera. Lenses can easily be removed from the central clip and swapped with another.The Macro Pro Lens is available now from Olloclip's website, priced at $70.
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    Motorola has unveiled the second generation of the Moto 360. The new Moto 360 is actually three distinct smartwatches: a men's version in two sizes, a women's version, and a dedicated sport version, complete with on-board GPS and outdoor-readable display.  The internals now feature an upgraded 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage, while a 300mAh battery allows up to 1.5 days of use on a single charge. The men's and women's Moto 360s are available for preorder from Motorola's website. Pricing for the new Moto 360s ranges from $299.99 to $429.99.
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    Samsung’s new smartwatch Gear S2. The company will introduce the wearable in two different options: the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 classic. Both Gear S2 and S2 Classic sport 1.2-inch Circular super AMOLED display and run on Samsung's proprietary Tizen OS backed by 1.0GHz dual-core CPU, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage and 250 mAh battery, which can power the device for two to three days under mixed usage.All three Samsung smartwatches boasts IP68 water-and-dust resistant certifications, health-kit apps such heart-rate sensor, S Health Nike+Running and also feature NFC, Bluetooth v4.1, Wi-Fi based connectivity features. So far, Samsung hasn’t released any information regarding pricing, but they will be showcased at the upcoming IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin) 2015.
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    The LG's  Rolly Keyboard a full-size Bluetooth keyboard that rolls up into a stick.  LG Rolly runs for months on a single AAA and boasts a comfortable 17mm key pitch that nearly matches the size of keys on full-sized keyboards, dual pairing to connect to two Bluetooth devices and switch between them with a key press.
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    These Star Wars Snow Globes  aren’t just ordinary snow globes, they also Bluetooth speakers.
    Available in Darth Vader, Threepio + Artoo, and Stormtrooper versions, these two-pound Bluetooth speakers run for just over four hours on a single charge. And in addition to the miniature snow storm that syncs up with whatever song you’re playing, these snow globes are also lit with color-changing LEDs allowing you to set the perfect mood. The Star Wars Interactive Bluetooth Snow Globe is available for preorder from Japan Trend Shop for $221 plus $28 for international shipping, and is scheduled to be in stock on September 9.
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    UK brand Vector have designed a watch that focuses on the essentials; such as weather and fitness information, news alerts, and meeting displays. And the watch offers 30 days of battery life, classic watch stylings and an easy-to-use interface. The touch screen mode is replaced by classic watch faces in digital and analog styles, while the gadget’s features are accessed via the three side buttons and an accompanying app. This is a smartwatch that actually looks like a watch. Two main models will be available: the Luna, a round watch costing $349, and the rectangular Meridian, costing $199.All models are waterproof to a depth of 50 metres and will go on sale this summer.
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    The Unicorn Head Squirrel Feeder by Archie McPhee.
    "With our other feeders we humiliated squirrels, but the Unicorn Squirrel Feeder uplifts them. It’s like you’re a wizard and cast a spell on the squirrels in your backyard. With a quick “unicornis in transmutare sciurus” that boring old mundane tree rat transforms into a magical beast from Fairyland. In other words, when squirrels eat out of the vinyl 9-1/2″ x 10″ unicorn head, it makes it look like they are a unicorn. Just attach the horn with a quick twist and then hang it with string (not included)."
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    Space on economy class flights is notoriously limited, especially with the tray table down. Craig Rabin has created a device that means your tray table can remain stowed for the most part.  The Airhook  lets give you a cup holder, and a tablet/smartphone holder, which you can easily attach to the back of the seat in front of you.  Just like that, you’ll be able to carry on your activities as the plane takes off or lands. And even when it’s in the air, you’ll free up some legroom. the Airhook can be pre-ordered for US$22, which should be delivered by December. Good idea.
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