On today's T3 Agenda - Load up the Wide Awake app on HTC Vive and get closer to the soon-to-be-inaugurated 45th President of the United States, a redesigned MagNeo gets the green light part-way through its Kickstarter and more...
Get an up close and personal view of the next four years with the Wide Awake app and its virtual Trump
With Donald Trump's inauguration set to take place today, what better way to celebrate a new administration in the White House/four years of political uncertainty with a new VR app that recreates the outspoken figure in startling detail?
Available on HTC Vive, the Wide Awake app enables you to explore an Oval Office recreated in incredible detail. That photo-realism extends to The Donald himself with the new POTUS rebuilt for your viewing 'pleasure'.
It's available now for free, just head on over to Viveport and welcome The Donald into your home.
The uber MagNeo is getting a redesign - part way through its Kickstarter campaign
MagNeo, the second most popular campaign to ever hit Kickstarter, is getting a redesign - with a week left to go in its campaign! The incredibly popular USB-C Magnetic Adapter has already smashed its $35K goal, but the team behind it still felt the device's original design was still letting it down.
So out goes the slightly dull original take, and in comes a far sleeker reinterpretation. It still does all the same things that made it popular in the first place with the ability to work on all USB-C devices, including phones, tablets, and notebooks- including the new power-hungry 2016 Touchbar MacBook Pro.
You can still pre-order one today for $35 (£28) before the campaign finally closes.
Pro-Ject adds a brand new turntable to its Essential III range
Pro-Ject has announced its adding some new models to its Essential III range of turntables, including a special edition George Harrison one to coincide with the release of a new vinyl boxset.
The Essential III also comes with an MDF platter in black, red and white and a model with an acrylic platter in the same colours.
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