Lighting Fixtures and Home Products

If you want to buy a new house or want to decorate your current house or building, usually you will needs new home products and new lighting fixtures. Light fixtures usually used to create artificial light or illumination. There are many types of light fixtures, Such as Indoor Lighting, Outdoor Lighting, Portable of Free-Standing Lighting, Indirect Lighting, Emergency Lighting, etc.

Lighting Fixtures
If your house or building in a needs of light fixtures, lamps, door hardware, or other home products, you can buy it from home products store or lighting store. (continue reading…)

Trade Show Displays For Your Company

Speaking of Trade Show, most companies in specific industry will need it to demonstrate their new products and services. This Trade Show usually open to public or just to company representatives. This is very important because their products will be known in public.

Trade Show

Trade Show usually needs some costs for space rental, trade show displays, promotional, etc. In order to make a good exhibit, you will need a person or company that can handle your trade show displays. Camelback Displays, Inc. offers full service that can help companies and organizations with their trade show or presentation display needs. They have many products such as banner stands and banners, trade show furniture, table covers, flooring, lighting, counters and cabinets, stages, etc.

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Pentium 5

DETAILS HAVE EMERGED of the future design of Intel’s Tejas/Pentium V processor, and of how the chip firm will present it to the world.

The chip will sample internally at Intel in January 2004 and will take between four to six months to get to market. The Pentium 6 will follow a very similar schedule.

The Pentium V is likely to fly along at between 5GHz to 7GHz, have 2MB plus of level two cache, be built on a 90 nanometer process, and have a stackable design.

The processor we believe, sits in the LGA 775 pin socket, and above it is a very thin heatsink. But, according to sources close to the firm’s plans, another permeable heatsink can sit between this and another microprocessor module, giving a stackable design.

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Infrared Virtual Keyboard

Smart phones and PDAs offer an impressive amount of computing power. But in practical terms, they are not always easy to use.

Writing long emails or other documents can frankly be a pain without a proper mobile phone keyboard or PDA keyboard.

The I.TECH Virtual Keyboard (VKB) is an infrared keyboard that uses the latest infrared & laser technology to project a full-size keyboard onto any flat surface. Users can then type as normal on this virtual infrared keyboard, enabling them to work quickly and effectively, taking the pain and frustration out of minuscule mobile phone or PDA keyboards and handwriting recognition software. Imagine how much easier it would be if you had a proper mobile phone keyboard that fits in your pocket. (continue reading…)

Asimo Humanoid Robot

From Honda Motor Co.comes a new small, lightweight humanoid robot named ASIMO that is able to walk in a manner which closely resembles that of a human being.

One area of Honda’s basic research has involved the pursuit of developing an autonomous walking robot that can be helpful to humans as well as be of practical use in society. Research and development on this project began in 1986. In 1996 the prototype P2 made its debut, followed by P3 in 1997.

“ASIMO” is a further evolved version of P3 in an endearing people-friendly size which enables it to actually perform tasks within the realm of a human living environment. It also walks in a smooth fashion which closely resembles that of a human being. The range of movement of its arms has been significantly increased and it can now be operated by a new portable controller for improved ease of operation.

ASIMO Special Features:
Smaller and Lightweight
More Advanced Walking Technology
Simple Operation
Expanded Range of Arm Movement
People-Friendly Design
Small & Lightweight Compared to P3, ASIMO’s height was reduced from 160cm to 120cm and its weight was reduced from 130kg to a mere 43kg. A height of 120cm was chosen because it was considered the optimum to operate household switches, reach doorknobs in a human living space and for performing tasks at tables and benches. By redesigning ASIMO’s skeletal frame, reducing the frame’s wall thickness and specially designing the control unit for compactness and light weight, ASIMO was made much more compact and its weight was reduced to a remarkable 43kg.

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