The most cost effective media center solution is now available. With the release of FRODO, XBMC v12 now provides support for the Rasberry PI 256MB ($60). The new release of XBMC also includes such treats as support for Android platform, improved Airplay support, a Personal Video Recorder, h.264 10bit video software decoding for anime, and much, much, more. For those of us looking for an inexpensive solution to access our video libraries, without the worries of having to jailbreak our Apple TVs, the combination of XBMC v12 Frodo and the Rasberry PI looks like it fits the bill perfectly.
The Freefly MōVI M5 ($5000) allows you to bring the look of big budget films to your videos. This handheld advanced stabilization system gives you incredibly smooth videos in some of the worst conditions. It features a digitally stabilized 3-axis gimbal, a high performance IMU and brushless direct drive system, Majestic Mode Pan and Tilt […]