Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Your three things for today

The Letus Helix. It's one of those new camera stabilization systems. And you know it's going to be awesome. I can't even remotely afford one right now, but it's going to be very cool. I've loved everything Letus has made.
Natural Reader is a pretty cool text-to-voice thing.
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The Headzone Pro was a thing Beyerdynamic made a while back. It's the only surround-sound monitor for headphones system I know of. You can plug in six channels and it does some psycho-acoustic thingy to do surround out of the two speakers in headphones. Which if you have problems getting your room quiet or sound-isolated enough, might be your best option. Problem is they only make a vastly more expensive system anymore.
Oh, and it's made to follow your head around although that sounds like it would be terrifically annoying.

3 comments:

Kangas said...

Love me some Arthur Adams. Probably my all-time favorite X-men artist.

Andrew Bellware said...

She needs some stirrups if she's gonna control that griffin.

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