First PC Programmable Flashlight: Angus Noble Indium

Posted: Nov 6 2005, 9:47am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:44pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
First PC Programmable Flashlight: Angus Noble Indium
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The Angus Noble Indium Smart Flashlight is the World’s first PC programmable flashlight.

The high-end Flashlight has a modular design that gives users the ability to use a variety of different LED modules, containing Luxeon 3W, 5W, and in the future the new Luxeon K2 emitters.
Via a PC the flashlight can be programmed to show complex sequences of strobes, fades and Morse code.
The Angus Noble Indium flashlight is shipping in 6 weeks for a hefty $350. More details on The Gadget Blog and on Angus Noble site.

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