More users are working away from the office, so ergonomics on the road is becoming a hot-button issue. Computer Intelligence Inc. is shipping two models of Intelligels, which are wrist wrests for notebook PCs. The SoftGEL has a polyurethane gel which is designed to give a soft supportive feel, while the SoftFOAM is a Lycra nylon-covered rest injected with a soft foam on a rubber non-skid base. Computer Intelligence says the supports keep users’ hands cooler and one size fits all. In case colour is important to you, the SoftGEL is available in lime green, red, orange, blue, pink and black. The SoftFOAM, is available in black, grey and navy blue.
Avigilon Corp. of Vancouver has released infra-red surveillance cameras with Power Over Ethernet. The four high-definition IP cameras, previously available without IR, have RJ-45 ports so you can connect them to an Ethernet network. The Control Center software is designed to let operators view more than one camera at a time and zoom and pan within images. It also keeps logs of storage, network and system status. The cameras are available in 1, 2, 3 and 5 megapixel versions.
Advertisers interested in the next generation of special effects software might want to check out GestureFX version 1.5. announced last month by GestureTek Inc., the software is an interactive projection and visual display system, which can be used on tables, floors, bards, counters, screens or other surfaces. The vendor says it has more than 70 non-branded applications and special effects, and users can make their own visual content. The product includes body tracking software and a software developer’s kit. Now all you need to do is add content that persuades someone to buy your product.