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Real Business : 2013 Issue 1
endgame 3d PRInTIng Once the domain of rocket scientists, Formula 1 engineers and nerdy hobbyists, 3D printers are now cheap enough for almost anyone to dabble with. You’ll find 3D printers becoming an increasingly talked‐about item in the coming year. One of the best recent launches is the Robo 3D printer. From US$599. details at www.robo3d printer.com mUSICaL T-SHIRTS Can’t find a band to play in? Create your own with electronic playable T‐shirts that mimic electric guitars and drums. Alternatively, the passive listener can try the graphic equaliser sound‐activated T‐shirt. From A$49.95 . details at www .groovygadgets.com.au ReAl Business ISSUe 1, 2013 32 HAPPENS BECAUSESTUFF nInJa BLOCKS ninja Blocks are tiny, cloud‐enabled computers that can monitor their surroundings using sensors and control power switches. using ninja Blocks (A$199) and the free ninja Rules app on your smartphone, you can turn on the lights or air‐conditioning before you get home. details at new.ninjablocks.com HeaRT STaRTeR smartphones pretty much do everything nowadays and with the addition of Bluetooth to iPhones last year, the heart‐rate monitor revolution hit the big time. now all you need is a Bluetooth heart‐rate monitor (from A$75) with the free Digifit app (Pro upgrade A$8.49) to upload heart‐rate data to the internet and monitor your individual and overall performance. details at www.digifit.com mULTI-TaSK WITH eaSe Trello is free and the organisational tool of choice for many of the hottest web start‐ups. it has an easy to follow, card‐like visual interface to manage multiple tasks and projects. Trello is used by Tumblr, Tripadvisor and The New York Times. Free. details at Trello.com
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