Displaying items by tag: colour

The Alogic Clarity is a stunningly brilliant, bright, and beautiful monitor that provides a studio-quality display to your Mac (or PC) but at a way lower cost than Apple’s own studio display.

The Nanoleaf Lines are a smart lighting package that allows you to enjoy amazing artworks of light, designed however you like, with simple interlocking bars - well, lines - that dance with light and react to music. Make your own light show - without being constrained by out-of-the-box light shapes.

Adult entertainment company Pornhub today announced the release of 20 early 20th-century erotic films, recolourised using machine learning algorithms applied to over 100,000 of Pornhub’s current library of adult videos and images.

Published in Data

Version 2 of Arlo's award-winning 4K wire-free home security cameras has just arrived, promising "an enhanced user experience with features such as improved range and connectivity" and lots of other improvements, which is no surprise given my estimation of Arlo as the world's best home security camera company. 

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 16 November 2020 16:35

Review – Taubmans Coloursmith

Turn the colours in your life into paint. 

Published in Home Tech

From 24 November 2017 to 30 April 2018, an amazing intersection of technology and imagination, where the Future Park is coming to the Powerhouse Museum from the “ultratechnologists” at teamLab.

Published in Your Tech

With new Kindle models on the way soon, Amazon is clearing out stocks of older models by lowering prices in the US and finally selling them in Australian retail stores. It might be tempting for some, but with new models around the corner, this is one e-book whose cover you should judge carefully.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 28 May 2011 13:32

Hands-on with the Laser EB700 eBook reader

Laser's latest multimedia eBook reader is an easy-to-use multimedia device with a great price and just a few limitations.

Monday, 28 February 2011 18:57

Going white from an iPad 2 shock?

When someone is shocked, they're said to 'go white' in the face, but the real shock might be that the iPad 2, unlike the iPhone 4, might finally be going white - the original iDevice colour.

Published in Home Tech




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