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More Zedomax Party Video – Wii Golf

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Here’s a little preview of Wii Golf. My friends waited about 3 hours at Target to get the new Wii, so don’t complain about the resolution. At the Zedomax Wii and PS3 party, we were able to experience all of it. And yes, you will get to do that too, once you get hands on one… You can’t top this golf game since the motion sensing controller comes with the wii…

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DIY – Ultimate Night Vision Headlamp – Night golfer’s tools for putting

Here’s a cool DIY on how to make your own night vision headlamp. Well since I don’t really go to caves, I don’t really need one but I’ve always been thinking of making a useful night light for putting on the putting green at my local public golf course, Lincoln Park. This would be great as I’d be able to putt and follow my ball with simple twist of my head…

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Gadgets from Target for $29.99

Today, I went on a Target shopping spree this weekend for a little while to buy some stuff and found some cool gadgets…

Here are the 3 cool stuff I found:

Laptop Chiller at Target Link

This seems to be a very useful gadget for many laptop users as it cools and a

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Zedomax DIY118 – HOWTO Make a Golf Club POV training aid!

Golf Club POV – version Ben Hogan


The other day, Garrett hit up on some basic POVs.

So we were thinking about how we could have a POV while making it useful. Well since people like to hit up the driving range or the golf course at times, we figured we could just make a POV out of a golf club. At the same time, we c

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ZikiWiki – Technology wiki for hackers, diyers, mcu users, plc users, etc…

ZikiWiki is a technology wiki I created for technology. Well, right now I am just posting some stuff for my work but hopefully, it will get bigger and bigger and become a free useful tool for diyers, hackers, engineers, and etc… Right now it’s in beta testing period, so if you need a place for your information organization, this might be a good place to start.

I thought about how restricted wikipedia was becoming, it’s like a free place that’s not free anymore, but here’s a wi

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DIY Circuit – Heart Rate Monitor

UPDATE: The site linked has disappeared but someone in Korea has captured the heart beat schematic I think?

Here’s a cool DIY circuit that you can make.

It’s a heart rate monitor that you can use for your next golf outing or jogging.

One day whilst walking through the town centre in Manchester (probably on the way to Maplin!), I came upon a heartbe

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Play virtual golf in your living room

Now you can play golf in your living room without lugging your golf ba everywhere.

I am gonna need this as I am running out of time to play golf these days…

They have some cool virtual simulators including baseball, bowling, powerboxing, tennis, and more!

via xavix

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DIY Hoverboard Hovers on Water

Hoverboard for going over water using 4 giagantic Ryobi leaf-blower engines building on top

of previous article. wow!

Well, here it is. Hoverboard vH2.0. And yes – it has successfully hovered on water (just not with me on it…. Damn it!) I guess I knew Neptune wasn’t looking favourably on my latest build when I felt compelled to don Bermudas rather than ride my creation in s

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Radar Golf Ball

find your lost golf ball using this golf radar, i wouldn’t use one myself, i really think it takes the whole “looking for ball” part of the game out of the game…

but cool technology for golf…

[via] radargolf

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HydraCoach for athletes

Here’s a gizmo for you hard-core athletes:

“HydraCoach isn’t the Drill Sargeant of some evil military organization. It’s not the beast master of a mythical multi-headed serpent. No, its a polycarbonate nalgene-type bottle that calculates how much water you should be drinking, reminding you to sip throughout the day until you’ve met your quota. Shows your daily intake in terms of percent. No idea whether this has a cola function to pace my USRDA of Pepsi.R

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