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Author Archives: Robert French

Plants + Technology clears Toxins for Better, Natural Cleaner Air

By Robert French

Air purifiers are often found in homes and offices as people become more concerned with air impurities. Most of them still use a source of energy but designers Mathieu Lehanneur and David Edwards had a more natural idea: why not use nature’s air purifiers to serve the same purpose in your home and office? Plants are best known for their ability to scrub toxins from the air and release pure, fresh oxygen. The Andrea air purifier combines nature and technology into one eco-looking and effective air-scrubbing product.

Andrea uses nearly any household plant you supply and takes advantage of its purifying properties to absorb and neutralize airborne toxins.  The powered fan pushes air over the plant’s leaves and through the roots of the plant and soil to increase the speed of the plant’s filtration process. According to Andrea’s designers, the device removes toxic gases from the air at a rate of over 1000% faster than plants alone without the technology.

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OhGizmo! Review: Experiencing D-Box Motion Code Theater Seats

By Robert French

It was Harry Potter 7 which was the chosen movie to watch with friends the other night and we came across the option to upgrade our seats.  Usually we choose to take higher priced tickets in 3-D or Digital for better viewing, but to upgrade our seats was unheard of,  made me think I was checking in at the airport with the hostess trying to upgrade me which I usually refuse.  This was different, the D-Box Motion Code theater seats were readily available to enjoy movement during the movie and feel the action come to life. We couldn’t say no to trying this technology for the first time.

When I first arrived to the theater salon there were a limited amount of D-Box seats available. I sat on the seat allocated from the number printed on my ticket and it activated immediately with motion to tell me the seat is on.  During the trailers and advertisements before the movie, there was a 30 second tutorial, explaining what to expect.

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