Russian Arm responsible for your favorite car chase scenes

by Mark R

If you like movies with car chases as much as I do, then you should know the invisible star of them is the Russian Arm. The Russian Arm looks like a tank with a gun with two swivels. It is a gyroscopically-stablized camera crane that is responsible for action shots in car chase scenes like Transformers, The Fast and The Furious, and others. The crane of the Russian Arm is …

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by Edwin certainly had something interesting up their sleeves at the recently concluded IFA 2011 in Berlin, which is the VooMote Zapper. We first saw the VooMote One sometime earlier this year, but the VooMote Zapper is a slight variation of the One so to speak, where the main purpose of its existence would be to convert your iOS device into an impressively smart universal remote – in fact, one that …

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Griffin Technology announces HELO TC remote controlled helicopter

by Edwin

Griffin Technology knows that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, which is why they have decided to go ahead with the release of their HELO TC remote controlled helicopter. What makes this remote controlled helicopter different from the rest that we have seen in the past? For starters, this particular model will be able to be controlled through any iOS-powered device via its touchscreen display. To …

Continue reading » Griffin Technology announces HELO TC remote controlled helicopter announces VooMote One

by Edwin

Heard of before? Just in case you haven’t, is actually the leading provider of user interfaces where home entertainment solutions are concerned. Well, the company is pleased to announce their latest release known as VooMote One. The VooMote One will need to be paired to a compatible app (which will be free, of course), where it will then convert your iPhone and/or iPod touch into an universal remote …

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Lateral Drift Remote Controlled Helicopter

by Edwin

Since summer is already upon those of you living in the Northern Hemisphere, just what the heck are you doing at home, reading online news and staying cooped up all day long? Why not head outdoors and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts? After all, before you know it, autumn will be upon you and when you want to bask in the warmth of the noon day, that is no …

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Gyro Stealth Flyer R/C Helicopter

by Edwin

How about spending your spare time with your kid outdoors instead of being cooped up at home, staring at the TV all day long or being fixated on a video game marathon instead? After all, there are benefits of being in the sunlight, and getting your daily dose of vitamin D is one of them (just make sure you use sunblock lest the risk of skin cancer is increased). Shipping …

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ZMP City Simulator Experiment

by Mark R

Some of you might remember the last time we covered the RoboCar ZMP, which is essentially the Knight Rider dream of a car with an autopilot. I’m not certain whether this City Simulator Experiment is related to this story, but it sounds like it could be how the robot car works. Think of it as a way to operate a remote control car just like you would operate a real …

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It’s a Mouse, It’s a Game Controller, It’s a Remote Control – No, It’s the Chameleon X1

by Julie

I’m a huge fan of multitasking. In fact, the more a thing can do fairly well, the more fun it is for me. I never kid myself though, most of the time when something tries to do too much it doesn’t usually do most of it very well, like the Chinese pizza and taco place down the street. However, if there were to be 3 things that should fit great …

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