23 Results for

redeye

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ThinkFlood RedEye Mini

Turn your Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into a universal remote to control your TV or home entertainment center using this small adapter and a free app.

By July 22, 2010

Gallery

ThinkFlood RedEye Mini (photos)

Take a closer look at the RedEye Mini from ThinkFlood, an adapter that transforms the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into a universal remote control.

11 Images By July 20, 2010

Article

RedEye turns iPhone into full-on universal remote

Instead of just tapping the soft keys, you can rock or flip the iPhone or iPod to toggle TV channels and adjust volumes.

By December 3, 2009

Video

Maker Faire: Red-eye goggles

See the world through the eyes of a flash camera and learn why red-eye happens.

May 21, 2008

Video

Ask Anything: Why do I get red-eye?

Lori Grunin explains everything you need to know about this devilish problem.

May 21, 2008

Article

iPhoto 5.0.x: Incorrectly time-stamping videos, photos; Red-eye tool not working as well as version 4.0

iPhoto 5.0.x: Incorrectly time-stamping videos, photos; Red-eye tool not working as well as version 4.0

By February 23, 2005

Article

Your next universal remote could be an iPad

The RedEye Mini from Thinkflood transforms your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, into a multifunction IR remote control. Did we mention it's cheap?

By March 2, 2010

Article

Missile-launching, app-controlled Helo TC Assault takes to the air

Griffin's latest remote-control helicopter has started shipping. You use your iPhone or Android smartphone to fly it -- and fire toy projectiles.

By March 22, 2012

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Why wait for iOS 8? Seven cloud-friendly apps for your photos

Big improvements to iCloud are coming which promise to make it easier to keep photos neatly organized and easily accessible in the cloud. But there are a number of iOS photo apps that have already embraced the cloud.

By June 5, 2014

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Smithsonian turns to 3D to bring collection to the world

A new effort under way at the world's largest museum and research institution could eventually mean more of its 137 million objects will be publicly available, even if just via 3D digital models.

By February 24, 2012