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Arduino DIY – How to Make a Magic Mirror with Old LCD and Arduino!

Al Linke, the creator of the DIY Magic Mirror, has just buzzed me on his cool Magic Mirror, which was featured on Instructables as winner of the Halloween contest.

Well, I don’t know how I missed it if it was on Instructables but here it is and Al is actually selling kits you can buy to make a magic mirror yourself.

I have to say, this is really cool stuff, I think I have seen something similar, the Magic Message mirror

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Speed Vest shows you how fast Bike is going!

Check out this awesome Speed Vest, which let’s other drivers on the road how fast the biker is going.

The SPEED-VEST is a bicycle safety device and advocacy tool which displays the wearer’s current speed on their back in easy-to-read lighted numerals. It improves rider conspicuity while legitimizing bicycle speeds on the roadway. Originally conceived by Brady Clark and engineered by Mykle Hansen, it just won the Hub Bike Shop’s Bike Gadget Contest in Minneapolis, MN.

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Belkin Laptop Cooler/Mat

Belkin introduces their new laptop cooler/mat.  The design does seem to make sense as the center of the laptop has some space for cooling of the laptop.

Belkin International, Inc., announces four new products to round out its laptop accessories offering. Belkin’s new CushTop Hideaway protects your lap from a hot computer and conveniently stores your laptop when you are finished. The Laptop Cooling Hub keeps your laptop cool and gives you four extra USB ports t

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Wireless USB Hub available in Japan

Cool, wireless USB hubs will be available soon…

Y-E Data has shipped the first Ultra Wideband USB hub in Japan. The hub uses the Wisair chipset ahs has a small USB dongle that that connects to your computer and wirelessly communicates with a four-port USB hub. Now we just have to wait to see how long a device like this takes to get through the FCC’s pound-me-in-the-ass certification process. Come on, FCC goons. I know you wants wireless USB just as muc

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