Now you wont ever have to type in a silly password with this new color cube concept. Instead you make up your own color combo and then solve the Rubik’s cube pattern and can even have a time based entry. It’s unknown whether this concept will be produced or not, but if it is, you can now protect your info and fool stupid culprits! [Yanko]
Capture all those hilarious and odd moments on tape with the discreet lighter spy camera. It not only serves a purpose of a spy cam but it also doubles up as a webcam. Additional features include: 8MB of internal memory, image resolution of 1,280 x 960, and is powered by a single AAA battery, and USB drive. The best part is it doesn’t contain a flash so you can take photos quietly as well as out of sight and out of mind from your worst enemies. Hopefully you can put those incriminating photos on your Flickr after you’re done.
Spy glasses are classic. How about building a set of your own for under $40 the kit contains a micro camera $18 and a $20 pair of Solar Shield shades. You then connect the camera to a MiniDV camcorder. Looks like an interesting idea, but not sure if it’s really for sale.
Here’s a great spy camera that can get all the proof you need to solve that case! Digital Cowboy has dropped the new DVR-SP lighter-sized camera. It can record video in 176Ã—144 (3GP) on MicroSD Card (up to 2GB) and comes in either blue or black. That’s all the specs we have so far.
Link Via The Digital Camera Blog
Here’s a device straight out of the movies, perfect for the suspicious spouse or paranoid boss. No need to feel ashamed though… sometimes your hunches are right. The GPS Tracking Key connects to 24 Department of Defense satellites orbiting the planet. Basically, you slip this baby into the glove compartment, trunk, under the vehicle, in a purse, baby stroller, or wherever you can think of, and it gathers information on where the person has been. With the GPS Tracking Key along with the LandAirSea GPS Tracking software and you can see where a person has traveled, where they stopped and for how long, how fast they drove, etc. The recorded data can be shown over a street map, a text report, or satellite images.