Posts Tagged ‘music


A PicoCricket is a tiny computer that can make things spin, light up, and play music. You can plug lights, motors, sensors, and other devices into a PicoCricket, then program them to react, interact, and communicate.

For example, you can make a cat and program it to purr when someone pets it. Or you can make a birthday cake and program it to play a song when someone blows out the candles.

The PicoCricket Kit is similar to the LEGO MINDSTORMS robotics kits. MINDSTORMS is designed especially for making robots, while the PicoCricket Kit is designed for making artistic creations with lights, sound, music, and motion.

The price of a single PicoCricket Kit is $250.

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This is the backpack that allows you to control all features of your iPod without having to take the music player out of the inside pocket where it is safely stowed, and it also has a padded laptop compartment and organizers for your other personal electronics. Your iPod simply plugs into a jack located inside, and a universal jack located on the left back strap accommodates your headphones, allowing complete control of your music player through the five-button control panel on the left strap. The panel controls volume, pause, menu selection, and stop functions. The backpack has six additional pockets, including a padded pocket to hold a laptop, and organizer pockets for PDA, keys, pens, cellphone, and other accessories. The durable 1680 ballistic nylon pack has self-mending zippers for long life and durability.

The price of the iPod-Controlling Electronics Backpack is $79.95

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iChair Sound System

17, Aug 2006


This rockin’ retro pod is all about the music, the chair comes with high-quality built-in speakers that are strategically positioned near your ears, and a subwoofer sits under your seat for maximum bass. A pocket holds your iPod and a control panel by your right hand lets you change the volume. A wood frame with weighted base prevents tipping, and cush faux suede looks and feels deluxe.

The provided standard audio jack makes it easy to connect the chair to any game system, other MP3 player, even your PC or anything else that has sound output. The size of the iChair is 34″ x 29″ x 30″. It’s available in two colors: charcoal and light blue.

The price of the iChair is $399.

More information about the iChair is available here…