Cree’s LN Smart Fixtures Rewrite Rules For Light

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Now I know what you are saying: the Cree LN series of Smart LED lighting fixtures are evidence of moving into an advanced future like that of the Kree Empire’s from the Marvel Universe.


It would be hard to argue that point (except that this ‘Cree’ has nothing to do with Marvel’s ‘Kree’).

The often too dim or painfully bright, harsh light of office fluorescents has remained in the Dark Ages in terms of technological advances up until the Cree LN.

Cree’s suspended LED tubes are similar to fluorescent counterparts but their aesthetic is sleek and eye pleasing in their semi-translucent wing, or spoiler-like, assembly.

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Reusable Paper Notebook Rocketbook Sends Notes To Cloud

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This Rocketbook allows you to write with pen on paper and instantly upload the handwritten pages to the cloud.


Can I get a Hallelujah?

For anyone who values and relies on paper to read and write, the Rocketbook – a product of genius – is sure to become essential.

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Nothing But Air Needed To Raise Standing/Sitting TableAir Desk

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The Star Trek Enterprise of office adjustable “standing and sitting” desks is here in the TableAir.


Push a button and hold your hand at the level you want the TableAir’s motors to seamlessly bring the desk to.

Hubah, hubah, hubah! This desk is sleek, sexy, and packing enough tech to do a moon launch.

And it takes little more than a hand in the air to operate, though smartphone programming for your own remote controlled adjustable desk comes with her too.

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Remove All Cable Entanglements with Soba the Sliced Bread of Wiring

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Think back on the time spent trying to re-organize that tangled nest of wires from your home or office system, think of the failure, and get ready for the Soba’s revolutionary system for wiring cleanly.


Use Soba’s ortex tubing to easily tie, add, and subtract cables.

What is it exactly? Soba is a zippable sheaf used to hold your myriad wires for power supplies, your bevy of HDMI and other visual/audio cables (dare I say three-wire component) in a streamlined, sharp looking Vortex tube.

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Geek Weekly: An Illuminated Playable Rubik’s Cube Lamp!

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I would not kid about such a seriously awesome thing, folks, the enlarged Rubik’s Cube Lamp is completely playable!


Want your office cube (pun intended) to stand out? Want the workers throughout the building and from across the dusty Manhattan pavement to come to marvel at and try to defeat, much to their chagrin, your mysterious Rubik’s Cube Lamp as it glows ominously in their hands as though it were powered by radioactive materials?

I think you can tell, I do.

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Pocket Printer: Putting the Power of Printing in the Palm of Your Hand

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What’s that? You’re stuck in the middle of no where and need to print off an important document? Never fear, Zuta Labs’ Pocket Printer is here!

Gadizmo Pocket Printer

The Israeli team of engineering students at the Jerusalem College of Technology have recently secured financial backing through Kickstarter for the release of the novel printing device to the paying public in 2015.

That’s right, sometime in the near future your briefcase may be the home to a pocket sized inkjet printer. So how does it perform?

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Stand Desk – Motorized Sit-To-Stand for Under $400

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I’m lucky enough that I can earn a living sitting at my desk all day, but at the same time, it sucks and I know it’s killing me. Thanks to Steven Yu and Kickstarter, I should be sitting and standing to my heart’s delight in just a few short months.


The Stand Desk is the first affordable motorized sit-to-stand workspace to hit the market and the best part is, it isn’t a big hulking ugly abomination.

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This Seven Person Tricycle Costs More Than Some New Cars

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It can accommodate seven adults, features dual independent hydraulic brake systems, has Porsche engineered rack and pinion steering, an internal dynamo that powers two headlights, and it will set you back $20,000.


Handmade in Germany, this three wheeled abomination has been designed to encourage social interaction and facilitate team building during rolling meetings for big-name clients such as Cirque du Soleil and Google.

How do you decide who gets to drive? If you have any chance of me getting on this thing, I better at least get to drive. The problem is, that’s exactly what the other six people are thinking and you know Bill the overly enthusiastic project manager gets the only steering wheel every time – friggin Bill.

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Gesture: The Greatest Chair Ever Made

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In the 20th and not the 21st century, there have been international and private races to space, but not many people know of the race to create the perfect chair. While technology evolves, simultaneously the world around us must be adjusted, and this includes our furniture.


When Victorian women didn’t have a place to faint, because their corsets were too tight, someone had the bright idea of building a specially designed fainting couch. In the 1950s Charles and Ray Eames were tasked to create a number of office chairs to meet the demands of life after wartime. And then came the Aeron chair, which was 94% recyclable and met the demand of the computer age. Now comes Gesture, a chair designed specifically for the smart device and tablet age.

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Don’t Just Keep Your Coffee Warm, Make it Hot

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Is there anything worse than a tepid cup of coffee? Probably but, how can one be expected to achieve peak performance after a long commute leaves them with lukewarm coffee?


You spend a fortune on the best beans and high end brewing stations only to have your delicious fuel ruined by the soul crushing blight that is rush hour traffic. The best option is probably to find a new job closer to home but, when that’s not an option, the Hot Rod Heated mug will keep your java hot for as long as it takes.

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