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Making Money Off Of Video Content

Posted on Feb 2, 2015 in Video | 0 comments

There are many ways that people can choose to make money off video content. Asking for your support is one of the simplest ways to make sure that a producer can keep up to date with their production costs. Having advertisers pay for tiny the video is another option for individuals who were looking for ways to make money doing something really enjoy. Using other methods of online advertising can be profitable as there is enough interest. Building A Following It’s building a following is an important part of connecting with the audience. People can click to learn more, but it is certainly necessary for individuals to understand that desires of their target demographic in order to be able to make money off of their videos. The more a producer creates content that the audience enjoys the easier it...

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Spy Camera Video

Posted on Dec 26, 2013 in Video | Comments Off on Spy Camera Video

Security comes in all shapes and forms. For those looking to protect their home and/or business property, installing a video camera can be of the utmost benefit. From protecting personal assets to ensuring workers are carrying out their duties, hidden cameras are extremely beneficial. Protecting the Home Whether the cameras be hidden or not, a security system can help protect a person’s personal belongings as well as his or her home. When installing cameras on a home property, it is important to have them installed by a professional. More importantly, it is important to make sure the video that they record is being permanently recorded. In doing this, if an intruder were to enter, the recorded video can be used as evidence to prosecute the intruder(s). Protecting the Business Business owners often cannot be at their place of work...

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Zboard Electric Skateboard

Posted on Jan 8, 2013 in 800HighTech, Geek News, Random, Video | 0 comments

The Zboard electronic skateboard, a project that originated on Kickstater, has recently been demoed at this years CES in Las Vegas. The battery powered skateboard utilizes a 400w electric motor to propel the board up to speeds of 15-17mph. To operate the Zboard the rider simply steps on the front weight-sensing pad to go forward, and presses on the rear pad to slow down. Steering is designed to feel like a normal skateboard, so anyone with any skating experience should find it a breeze to get going, and the large rubber off-road wheels handle pretty much any flat terrain. The board is large enough to sport a handle that’s carved out of the deck, and a tidy battery box underneath the box neatly house the additional components. There are two variations of the Zboard, the Classic model ($649) which...

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GoPro Cameras Train Athletes To Perform Better

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 in 800HighTech, Products, Video | 1 comment

The versatility of GoPro cameras has been picked up by athletes to help improving training and performance. POV camera’s, often used by extreme athletes to capture their crazy stunts first hand, are now becoming a useful tool for other sports such as downhill skiing, cycling, and sailing. The small devices provide unique perspectives that coaches and athletes can analyze in order to find out what they might be doing wrong, and what they are already getting correct. Image Credit: Jon Wick, 2010. “It’s been a huge help. I use it on my helmet so I can go back and visualize the course and compare it to what I see. It’s not a normal video the coaches do; it’s your personal point of view.” [Wired] Analyzing video is by no means a new method of getting the most out of...

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3D Printed Assault Rifle Breaks After Six Shots

Posted on Dec 6, 2012 in 800HighTech, Geek News, Video | 0 comments

The 3D printed assault rifle, printed first by gunsmith Micheal Guslick, a.k.a. Haveblue, has been shown to only last 6 shots before breaking. The tests, conducted by a team of gunsmiths involved in the Wiki Weapons project, were only carried out on a partially printed rifle – the lower receiver, or the gun’s trigger and grip being printed, the remain parts were off-the shelf parts – whereas Haveblue’s original design, which didn’t work, was fully made from printed parts. The AR-15 assault rifle was the second gun printed by Haveblue – the 1st was a .22 caliber pistol that apparently fired 200 shots before breaking – and although there was always kinks to be ironed out, Cody Wilson, who heads the Wiki Weapon project, thought the weapon would last at least 20 shots. “We knew it would break, probably…...

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Fix A Faulty iPhone Speaker With a Cotton Swab

Posted on Nov 12, 2012 in 800HighTech, Geek News, Video | 0 comments

Some iPhone users may have run into problems with the speaker not working unless the headphones are plugged in. This common bug, which can cost a pretty penny to have fixed by Apple, is actually very simple to fix at home. The problem generally arises from water damaged that shorts out the contact switches between the headphones and speaker inside the jack. The speaker itself isn’t usually broken. A quick clean with a q-tip that has had some cotton removed from one end can solve this issue in a matter of seconds. Simple take the cotton swab, remove a small portion of the cotton so it fits snugly inside the headphone jack. Insert the swab as far as it will go and rotate it to clean inside. Job done. Video Streaming Solutions For iPhone Print From iPad iPhone Without...

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Mine Kafon Wind Powered Landmine Sweeper

Posted on Oct 26, 2012 in 800HighTech, Geek News, Military News, Video | 0 comments

Afghan designer Massoud Hassani, has come with a novel design for clearing landmines, that is cheap, sustainable, and most importantly of all effective. The Mine Kafor is made from bamboo with a biodegradable plastic core and feet, and is light enough to use wind power as its source of kinetic energy. It’s also pliable enough to withstand four mine explosions before needing to be rebuilt. A GPS tracker marks exactly where the device has travelled so the team, know which areas are still in need of surveying. Image credit: Massoud Hassani, 2012. The United Nations reports that an estimated 110 million active landmines are strewn across 64 countries around the world, and of course, these lethal devices kill or main thousands each year. Clearing the huge stretches of land declared as danger zones due to landmines is a monstrous...

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U.S. Soldier Helmet Cam Goes Viral

Posted on Sep 28, 2012 in 800HighTech, Military News, Video | 0 comments

A U.S. Soldier who captured a vicious firefight between himself and insurgents in Kunar Province on helmet cam, decide to share his braveness with the rest of world, and unsurprisingly it’s now gone viral. In the clip the unnamed soldier makes a heroic dash downhill toward the compound in an attempt to hold off fire. Spotted within seconds, an onslaught of bullet reigns towards the solider, who quickly runs for cover. During the stand off the soldier was hit four times, but did return back to base without sustaining any permanent injuries. Unfortunately the helmet cam died before the end of the firefight, nevertheless, the clip is great insight into how real war is, and how these brave troops put their lives on the line in the name of the country. The YouTube channel the video was originally posted...

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iPhone 5

Posted on Sep 22, 2012 in 800HighTech, Geek News, Products, Video | 0 comments

Apple has finally unveiled its new iPhone 5, and although the device bears a striking resemblance to its predecessor the iPhone 4S, its new features are certainly not lacking. The first most noticeable difference is its size. The new iPhone 5 sports a larger 4-inch Retina display with a 16:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 1136 x 640px.Apple claims its new display is “the most accurate display in the industry” since the touch sensors are embedded in the display as well. The new screen size displays 5 rows of apps, as opposed to the 4 rows found on previous models. And even though the display is larger, the phone is actually 20% lighter and 18% thinner than the iPhone 4S – H = 4.87 inches (123.8 mm), W = 2.31 inches (58.6 mm), D= 0.30 inch (7.6 mm),...

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Alienware WCC Humvee Tour

Posted on Sep 18, 2012 in 800HighTech, Geek News, Video | 0 comments

When it comes to ultimate gaming and ultra mobility nothing beat’s Alienware West Coast Customs built H1 Hummer. The custom Humvee is decked out with several gaming stations that utilized Alienware’s flagship desktops and laptops all running SSDs. The main rig sets up on a fold down bumper designed to hold three monitors. The two rear doors open to reveal two more desktop stations, and detachable rigs allow for two more stations at the front doors. There’s even custom Alienware seats. The Alienware H1 Hummer has done exhibition rounds at Comic-Con, Gamestop and Quakecon to name a few. The development of this uber mobile gaming center was also filmed for the program Inside West Coast Customs that aired last year. The Best NetBooks Of 2008 and 2009 Popular Military Free Apple iPad Deal Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid GoPro Cameras...

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