Everybody's seen a T-shirt with a digital image printed on it, but Three60 Gear, a company based in St. Charles, Mo., is taking the whole photo-on-garment thing to a new level with its line of baseball player themed jerseys that it calls "high-definition shirts."
Three60 Gear is somewhat secretive about its printing process, but it says each product has been "created by hand using high-quality photo images infused onto fabric through a unique dye-sublimation process." The 100 percent polyester shirts are moisture wicking (quick dry), antimicrobial, and retain their imagery through washing, though it's … Read more
Travis Matteson was capturing footage on his Canon 5D Mark II underwater rig off the coast of Hawaii last month when a curious manta ray decided to try its fin at a spot of videography.
There was no chase, just footage of the incident taking place as fellow cameraman Johnny Reidt filmed the whole thing.
Luckily, the gear was returned eight minutes later, right near the dive boat.
Read more of "Manta ray steals underwater camera rig" at CNET Australia.
If you're a Miami Dolphins fan, FanVision might not be news. The handheld device, which rocks a 4.3-inch screen, was available to Dolphins fans all of last year, because it's Dolphins co-owner Stephen Ross' company. An attempt to answer back to high-quality HDTV feeds and interactive tools available at home, FanVision is an NFL technology debuting in a handful of stadiums starting with the imminent 2010 season. So far it'll be available in only 12 stadiums (for Cardinals, Bills, Dolphins, Broncos, Browns, Bears, Vikings, Jets, Eagles, Redskins, and Seahawks fans, specifically), in addition to being offered … Read more
Though we give you permission to keep ignoring that messy drawer full of unused cables, we urge you to keep your visible and frequently used cords as neat as Mom would expect them to be.
Gear Ties make it easy to do that. They're made of rubber and can be reused until you've twisted them to death. OK, maybe even then.
Gear Ties come in different colors and five sizes, from 3 inches to 32 inches. And while their design has minimalist appeal, the ties can be used for just about anything.
Smaller sizes come in four-packs and … Read more
This week on preGAME we're getting an exclusive First Look at Halo: Reach, almost two months before the game hits stores! In the studio today is Bungie Community Director Brian Jarrard, who will show us some of the single-player campaign as well as the revamped four-player co-op mode Firefight.
But first, we'll take a few moments to finally put E3 2010 to rest and go over a few things we thought were missing from the show. We'll also chat about the new Xbox 360 slim and figure out why the new console can't red-ring even if it wanted to. … Read more
This week on preGAME we take an in-depth look at all three major E3 2010 press conferences. If you didn't get to catch those shows live, make sure to tune in here as we run through each conference, picking apart every announcement, game, and hardware debut.
We've got dozens of videos to show, displaying the latest and greatest from the world of gaming, including Nintendo 3DS hands-on, Microsoft Kinect, and PlayStation Move gameplay. Also, we'll be checking out game trailers for blockbuster titles like Portal 2, Twisted Metal, Zelda: Skyward Sword, and Gears of War 3.
So … Read more
It was hard not to be reminded of Monty Python's famous sketch when Sony took the stage Tuesday during its E3 press conference, assuring the public that the PSP platform was still alive, kicking, and very much a viable platform. The company is right, to a degree: millions still play PSP games and own systems, and the platform is far from a failure. On the other hand, the PSP has still never materialized into the superior do-everything portable Sony once dreamed of it becoming.