Jim Carrey has memories of a painful relationship wiped from his brain in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
We may think we are asleep – but deep in the recesses of our mind a “memory editor” is working overtime, replaying the experiences of the day and storing the highlights on our brain’s version of a video recorder, claim scientists.
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Spy Camera With DVR
We don’t like buying the idea of swallowing tiny cameras down our gut. But when medical scientists come up with strangest of illness-detecting aids like the swallowable cameras, we stand but with no alternative. This tiny ping-pong-ball-like camera here is no med-gadget, and so we don’t intend the former; it’s a 128 MB Flash Memory spy cam. Hyped as the world’s smallest spy camera with a DVR, this is capable of seeing you secure through the gravest of security predicaments. The spy camera with DVR comes equipped with a rechargeable Li-Polymer Battery and USB connectors, it captures images at 30 FPS, supports an external Micro SD card, all this at 320×240 resolutions. The spy camera with DVR is available for retail at $359.99 while the sale price is $259.99, available at SpyVille.
Popular Mechanics announced its picks for the 2008 Breakthrough Awards awards in what the publication called The 10 Most Brilliant Gadets of the Year. Here’s the list of international winners; you may be surprised at the gadgets on the list.
Recording the experiences of everyday living
The Experience Recorder is a high tech glove that will actively and passively archive everything about your day. On its automatic setting, it’ll record sounds around you, touch sensations and even take pictures of things that may interest you later.
Why do you wear these glasses? Are you spying over me or recording something that you shouldn’t? I think one should be ready to resolve such queries as the new Wireless Spy Sunglasses are sure to subject us to them.
Pretty soon TV watching will become so all-consuming that we’ll have to do it in our sleep
US Internet users ages 12 and older surveyed in June 2008 spent 6.1 hours daily with video-based entertainment, according to Solutions Research Group’s “Multiplatform Video Report.” They concluded that about four hours per day were spent on traditional television, including live, digital video recorder (DVR) and video-on-demand (VOD) viewing. Video games, Web and PC video, DVDs and video on mobile devices accounted for the balance of video entertainment hours.