You want to enjoy your audio CDs while traveling but you also have a huge MP3 collection at home that you want to take with you. The ideal solution? DMP, a portable music player that supports CD and MP3 files. Use the MP3 player as you normally would, hang it around your neck, clip it on your jeans or place it in your pocket. Otherwise open both sides and insert your favorite CD and you got yourself a CD player my friend. Now that’s music to my ears.
Waveform Of Music: 12 inch record grooves shows the wave forms like you'd see in a studio recording screen. RESEARCH #DdO:) - MOST POPULAR RE-PINS in 7 days: https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/logic-math-music/ - LOGIC, MATH & MUSIC. 9 April 1860- 17 years BEFORE Edison invented phonograph- Parisian typesetter Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville put voice of a singing woman etched on soot-blackened paper: The first recording. PHOTO: Themtapicture.
The first of its kind, the Holocube HC Tablet turns your iPad Air 2 into a holographic projector you can use at home. Its magic lies in a transparent synthetic mirror with a solid hinge at a 45 degree angle that captures moving media on the screen, projecting it into thin air. Hit the link to watch it in action! [Holographic Technology: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/holographic/]
Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector - It uses lasers to project a 4K display on the wall anywhere from 66- to 147-inches across & features 4 HDMI ports in the back for plugging in all your little dongles and whatnot. | Werd
Lumigrids is an LED projector for bicycles that hopes to improve safety during night riding. It projects square grids onto the ground and by observing changes in the grids, the rider can easily comprehend the landforms ahead. Lumigrids can be fixed onto the bicycle’s handlebars and the power is supplied by either an internal battery or by the rotation of the bicycle’s wheels.
Researchers at the University of Southern California’s ICT Graphics Lab have created a new type of holographic display that can generate simultaneous 3D views for multiple observers without the need for special glasses. The setup also happens to be relatively inexpensive since it’s built around a specially modified off-the-shelf DLP projector that works with a spinning mirror.