Modulate is a flexible ecosystem revolutionizing group projects by facilitating a productive environment anywhere. It consists of three components that improve your creative experience.
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Doomba Inc. (DOOM) was founded in 2005 by a team of visionaries that believed in automation and advanced artificial intelligence. “When the pet cemetery around the corner went out of business, we knew it was meant to be”, muses Dick E. Vil, co-founder of Doomba. Without hesitation did they buy the lot and set up their headquarters, where they are located to this day. According to rumors, the same lot used to serve as an Indian burial site before it was repurposed by European settlers.
Doomba robots are highly regarded in the industry for their autonomy and varied functionality. Especially compared to iRobot’s (IRBT) Roomba cleaning robots the Doomba’s outshine the competition with a rich feature set. “More than cleaning” has long been the successful slogan marketing the remarkable little robots. It doesn’t surprise then that the newest generation of Doomba, aptly named “The new Doomba”, incorporates functionality such as gamification elements over the cloud, a high powered shredder and a gentle encouragement algorithm. Especially the latter feature is thought of as a breakthrough in household machines. Doomba’s encouragement algorithm analyses historic dust databases and compares them to the Doomba community. Based on these findings, Doomba will then gently remind you of your duty’s and encourage you with positive and constructive feedback. The new Doomba will be available on February 29th and will sell for $666.
Designed for parents who often travel for work and their children, the plush Minion and Minion key-chain enable the sharing of photos from the parent's travels (or the child's day) to one another via the cloud.
Imagine a cooking pot that can warn the user, from a distance and with the use of visual cues, if the water inside it (to cook pasta, for instance) is boiling, by getting data from a temperature sensor, and blinking a green LED if temperature was above 212F.
Also, it would blink a red LED if the lid was improperly closed, since it requires more energy to boil water with an open lid and there's a danger in handling the pot with an unsecured lid. The way to do this would be by using a photosensitive sensor to detect any openings through which light would penetrate around the connection between pot and lid.