Canon PowerShot G5 X


The first PowerShot G-Series camera to incorporate a full-featured 2.36 million dot electronic viewfinder, the amazing Canon PowerShot G5 X Wi-Fi Digital Camera.

You can also capture 1080p Full HD video, and it comes with a a 2.36 million dot electronic viewfinder, a low-light friendly f/1.8 lens, and a multi-angle LCD.

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Urban Cultivator


Urban Cultivator is a fully automated kitchen garden that enables you to grow your own fresh herbs!

The innovative indoor system comes in two sizes, the smaller and most popular one that takes up about the same room as a dishwasher machine, and like the dishwasher, it also needs power and water supply, in fact it grows your favorite herbs hyonically, and with the built-in computerized management system, taking care of your greens is as simple as it gets.

This smart unit will control light cycles, air circulation, humidity and watering. You can choose the plants you want to grow such as radishes, cilantro or basil, among others.

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Roku 4


Roku 4 now available for purchase! The future of streaming is here. Brilliant picture quality for 4K Ultra HD & standard HD TVs and powerful wireless for the best streaming experience.

The new remote lets you search for shows and movies using nothing but your voice and comes with a headphone jack for private listening. It also includes a always useful lost remote finder.

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Game Of Drones


A videographer uses a drone as he takes a video of a model presenting a lingerie creation at the rehearsal for Eve’s Temptation collection during China Fashion Week in Beijing, October 26, 2014. (Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)

A drone flies next to a pre jumper during the men’s large hill individual ski jumping event at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun, Sweden, February 26, 2015. (Photo by Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters)

Drones fly in synchronization above attending conference goers as they dine outside along the ocean during the opening remarks at the beginning of the Wall Street Journal Digital Live conference at the Montage hotline Laguna Beach, California, October 19, 2015. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)

An airplane flies over a drone during the Polar Bear Plunge on Coney Island in Brooklyn, January 1, 2015. The Coney Island Polar Bear Club is one of the oldest winter bathing organizations in the United States and holds a New Year’s Day plunge every year. (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Reuters)

A drone operated by paramilitary police flies over the site the explosions at Binhai new district in Tianjin, China, August 17, 2015. (Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)

A flying sushi service tray known as the “itray”, created using miniature remote-controlled helicopter rotor blades, is demonstrated by staff at a “Yo! Sushi” restaurant in London, June 10, 2013. (Photo by Neil Hall/Reuters)

United Arab Emirates’ Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum (L) and his son Dubai’s Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed al-Maktoum watch an unmanned aerial drone during the Virtual Future Exhibition, in Dubai, February 9, 2014. (Photo by Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters)

Trucks carry drones under a stand with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and other officials during the parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, in Pyongyang, October 10, 2015. (Photo by James Pearson/Reuters)

An official of the Center for Research and Technology Volcanoes Development releases a drone quadcopter to monitor activity from the Mount Sinabung volcano at Sibintun village in Karo district, North Sumatra province, Indonesia, February 4, 2014. (Photo by Reuters/Beawiharta)

A flock of pigeons flies with a prototype “parcelcopter” of German postal and logistics group Deutsche Post DHL in Bonn, December 9, 2013. (Photo by Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters)

A bartender watches as an Infinium-Serve Flying Robot takes off with an order at a restaurant during a pilot demonstration for the media in Singapore, February 5, 2015. (Photo by Edgar Su/Reuters)

A drone flies in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris, September 9, 2014. (Photo by Patrick Kovarik/Reuters)


Virtual Reality Device Allows Users to Wander the Forest through the Eyes of an Animal


‘In the Eyes of an Animal’ is the newest brainchild from the London-based design studio Marshmallow Laser Feast, allowing you to take a fascinating journey through the forest with the eyes of an animal. Located in Grizedale Forest, UK and commissioned by the AND Festival, this installation is a virtual reality experience that merges nature with technology.

The futuristic project lets users fly above the trees, come face to face with hi-definition critters and even embody various animals, all within the lush undergrowth of the Grizedale landscape.

The installation further explores the capabilities of Lidar data, a remote sensing technology. After scanning the Grizedale forest with a Lidar scanner, the points collected are then decimated into real-time and combined with further data collected with CT scanning and photogrammetry techniques.

Each rendered scene harmoniously blends environmental elements collected with Lidar with other dynamic particles takien from the CT scans of insects and animals.

The overall experience is further enhanced with audio additions that inspire whole-body bass vibrations in order to recreate the sensations of a breathing and flying animal. The results are a hyper-realistic experience, that lets you explore the forest like another creature.

This virtual reality experience allows users to discover nature through the eyes of an animal, opening up a brand new perspective of the world. Check out the video, below, to get a taste for this amazing new technology.

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Suunto Kailash


Adventure watch makers Suunto have released their latest timepiece, the Suunto Kailash. Handmade in Finland, the Kailash gets its name from the holy Tibetan peak that has never been climbed, it features a glass-fiber composite body and space-grade titanium bezel for lightweight wear and durability.

The watch features an integrated GPS allowing for automatic global time and location updates, and with the accompanying app, you can quickly reference your travel stats, see and share a travel timeline map, distance traveled, keep track of how many countries or cities visited, and check watch-based phone notifications.

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Leica SL


Leica goes mirrorless with the new Leica SL, a compact system that delivers 24-megapixel full-frame sensor and offers an impressive range of innovative features.

The company is targeting professionals, and the Leica SL is the perfect tool, it offers the highest possible image quality with the fewest compromises.

Notable features OF THE interchangeable lens mirrorless camera, are the integrated 4.4 megapixel electronic viewfinder, the fastest autofocus of any professional camera, ISO sensitivity up to 50,000, a 1/8000 shutter speed, full weather and dust sealing, a touch-screen rear LCD, Wi-Fi and GPS, dual SD card slots, 4k video, 11 fps burst rate and a versatile lens mount.

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Torch T2 Bike Helmet


The innovative T2 helmet is an essential safety upgrade for bike commuters. The large lights will make you visible to motorists and can be seen over other obstacles on the road from all directions.

Recharging the battery has also been made easy by using an included USB cable. The innovative helmet is an essential safety upgrade for bike commuters, allowing you to be visible in all conditions, from all angles.

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Luxury ‘Doomsday Bunker’ Will Allow 34 Super Rich Families To Survive The Apocalypse


Blast door crane

What do you buy the billionaire that has everything? A one way ticket to life after Armageddon.

Blast door

When the end of the world comes, even wealthy people will not be spared. Unless, of course, they’ve managed to buy themselves a spot in a massive underground apocalypse bunker.

Lounge area

Whilst is handy, because the super rich have been invited to buy up a place in a five star shelter in Rothenstein, Germany, which is designed to allow them to live underground for a year and then emerge “when the worst is over”.

Main living ara

Just 34 “high worth” families will be welcomed into the European doomsday den, with prices only available on application.

Dining area

The sumptuous $1billion building is fitted with swimming pools, gyms and theatres so the rich don’t get too bored whilst the rest of us are all busy killing or being killed.


Originally a Soviet-era Cold War base, it offers the perfect balance between luxury and safety.


“Vivos is the most affordable way to secure ownership and space for you and your loved ones in a real underground shelter built to withstand virtually any envisioned catastrophe,” its owners wrote to Mirror.


The Vivos website lists all the bizarre conspiracy theories wheeled out to suggest the world is about to end.


“We have all heard the prophecies of the ‘End Times’,” the company wrote.

Bedroom queen bunks

“The Bible warns of it. Nostradamus foresaw it. Edgar Cayce predicted it. The Hopi Indians, the Third Secret of Fatima, Saint Malachy and prophets throughout the ages all warn of the same epic global catastrophes that will befall upon the Earth.”


“We have been warned of Armageddon, Nibiru/Planet X, a sudden pole shift, future plagues, an EMP blast, a solar kill shot, a super volcanic eruption, major earth changes, killer asteroids and comets, mega tsunami’s, an economic meltdown and even the anarchy that will certainly follow any one of these events.”

Security entrance

Luckily for some, Vivos is now n a “race against time” to build a global network of underground community shelters, comparing its mission to the construction of Noah’s Ark.

Exercise kennels

Garden area

Utility area

Electrical water systems


Hot water sevage systems

Interior over preassure door

Interior blast door

Blast valves

NBC filter wall blast valves

NBC filter wall


Via Mirror


LEED 500 Series: The Worlds Most Affordable and Efficient Electric Bicycle Kit


With high gas prices, extended traffic times, and the nuisance of fuel exhaustion in the atmosphere, more and more people everyday wish they had a better alternative for commuting to work. The LEED 500 Series is here to offer people a solution: Get to work on an electric battery powered bicycle without harming the environment, sitting in traffic, or spending money on fuel.

The LEED 500 Series is the answer to making cycling anywhere a cinch, no pedaling involved (unless you really want to). Strap the battery to your bike using one of the two configurations, install the included Front or Rear wheel with motor, and VOILA you are riding in style- sweat not included.

Boasting a 500 Watt 8Fun Planetary Motor and a 36 Volt Samsung Li-Ion Battery System that can fully charge in 4 hours, the LEED 500 Series is a powerful kit that will get you up the steepest hills Mother Earth can hit you with. Want to pedal to your destination for a workout? Go ahead, the motor does not have to be turned on for the bike to roll. If not, turn the motor on and use the handle bar throttle to power yourself to top speeds without even moving your legs.

The LEED 500 Series also acts as a back up battery so you can charge any device to full power. Want to know how much battery power you have left, distance you have travelled, or speed? Check out the included LCD monitor to keep an eye on your vitals. The feature packed, weatherproof LEED 500 Series is ready for anything.