Posts tagged Gear
I took two 18650 lithium ion laptop batteries and made a mod to run my game gear on battery power for 6 hours. The batteries are rechargeable. They are super…
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http://goinggear.com/flashlights/batteries-chargers Basic information about lithium ion batteries is one of the most requested topics I have ever had, so her…
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What’s in my bag
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Not pictured are: my gloves which are in the bag if not on my hands or my coat’s pockets, tissues which I genially keep just in case even if when I don’t have a cold, and the camera which is being used to take this.
The NoonSolar Handbag
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Artefact no.: 2011.0004
Chicago, IL, USA
The NoonSolar handbag features built-in solar technology used to power devises such as iPods or cell phones. Designed for a person that walks to work or spends time outside, the bag is carried over a shoulder with the solar panel exposed to allow the solar cell to charge a battery.
The panel is based on organic solar cell technology developed at the National Research Council (NRC) in Ottawa. The organic cells are printed on thin films using the same printing technology as Polaroid film.
In the early 2000s, the NRC was approached by Konarka, a US company that wanted to produce solar cells based on NRC’s technology. The thin, flexible solar cells were further developed and tested for Konarka who prints the solar cells. Other manufacturers incorporate the cells in a variety of products such as laptop bags, handbags, backpacks, umbrellas, clothing including military applications.
Canada Science and Technology Museum
Do I really need all this gear to go geocaching?
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Sent wirelessly from my BlackBerry device on the Bell network.
Envoyé sans fil par mon terminal mobile BlackBerry sur le réseau de Bell.
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Computer science and engineering students put a semester’s worth of work to the test on Wednesday (April 28, 2004) when 14 teams put the robots they built into competition on the University Park campus. The challenge is for the battery-operated robots to successfully navigate a maze to complete a task.
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Last touches for our trip to Europe
My Digital Camera Gear
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This is only my Digital Equipment…
There’s also a Soligor SR 300MD Film-SLR with a 28mm and a 60-300mm Lens with some accessories and of course about 6 or 7 Compact Cam’s Digital an Analog…
… I’m Being a Royal Pain!
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Among other misdemeanors, Parsnip batted the computer mouse to the floor causing it’s batteries to come out..
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The Pokens are an electronic device powered by a button battery. When you meet somebody with another Poken, you place them near each other – they then glow green to confirm that your digital signatures have been exchanged.You then remove the Poken cap and plug it into your computer via USB. After logging in at www.dannychoo.com/clickout.php?url=http://www.poken.com/, you will be able to see details of the people you recently met. Video clip below talks more about Poken.
The original article for this image lives at www.dannychoo.com/post/en/25435/Poken.html
traveling camera gear
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We put together some of our gear for filming and thought it might be interesting to see what gear other people carry with them filming when trying to travel light!
freedom! (131 of 365)
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Wow. My first laptop! And I have wiped off XP and installed Ubuntu Linux and have been playing all evening and it is cool cool cool. And sexy. The only thing I’m worried about is battery life, but there are settings to try changing.
And now I promise to not blather quite so much about my computer situation.
Our View When the Power Was Out
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Around 7:30 PM on Thursday evening during the deluge, our electric power went out. This meant we had no electric lights, no television, no computer, no Internet, cell phones with low battery, and no water except the water in the hot water heater.
Jim lit two oil lamps with wicks and brought out his flashlight and battery lantern. We sat on the patio furniture and listened to WAFT on the battery radio. Around 9:30 PM we went to bed with thankfulness to God that we had a comfortable bed in a comfortable house.
I was asleep when the electric power was restored around 1:30 AM. We are very grateful to the Colquitt Electric Company’s employees for all their hard work. Now I’m up on Friday morning getting packed for our trip to Atlanta.
It is NOT raining outside my window. The sun is shining. We have electric power. God is good all the time. All the time God is good.
Gear For a One Week Trip To Italy
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Here is everything I packed for my one-week trip to Italy. The Jansport backpack is one of the most useful things I own – there is a day-pack that unzips from the main unit. Everything I need.
What’s In My Bag?
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These are the usual contents of my crappy Eddie Bauer messenger/backpack bag. It can be either, but I wear it was a messenger. It’s not big enough and I’m looking into getting a new one. Okay. So it isn’t *that* crappy, but it really isn’t big enough for me.
Anatomy of a bag
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There’s usually more paper in it, but I’ve done some cleaning recently – not that that’s something that happens very often…
Geralmente tem mais coisa dentro, mas eu fiz uma limpeza não faz muito tempo – olha a chova aí, gente!!
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Geared up for my 2001 Europe trip. I took all of this and my clothes in one big bag, with the smaller black back inside of it for day excursions. I don’t think my back could take that now.
Installing the Speck Products Cover
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Easily installed and removed, the bottom portion covers the battery door, but it’s no problem to unclip the 5 hooks that keep it on and replace when done.
Gear for Amsterdam
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In two hours I’m leaving for Amsterdam. This is my "tech gear".
Still need to get my other stuff together (I’m so sure I will forget loads of stuff) (which I don’t really need anyway).
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A&F Key Release
Victorinox Signature Lite
ABITAX Coin Case
Griffin Technology USB Mini Cable Kit
Griffin Technology PowerBlock Dual Universal
Kensington MicroSaver Keyed Retractable Notebook Lock
Kensington Mini Battery Pack and Charger
WiMAX USB Type UD01SS
Incase Coated Canvas Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15"
Apple iPhone 4
Apple MacBook Pro 15"