Primadesk makes it easy for consumers to access their data from the cloud.
You can view your Flickr or Facebook photos altogether from a single view and search through them to find what you want.
You can also look at multiple email accounts at the same time and search for messages through multiple accounts as if you were searching through a single account.
The Primadesk application also backs up your data so you don’t have to worry about losing it.
We also saw another photo sharing service, which is obviously a pretty crowded space. PhotoRocket lets you instantly share any number of photos to friends, family and favorite sites. How they tout their uniqueness is riding alongside your existing apps.
You don’t have to choose between PhotoRocket or your favorite photo program or site.
From any photo, in any program, right-click, drag-and-drop, or click on a PhotoRocket button to share instantly everywhere.
PhotoRocket works with your current tools, simplifying where it matters most.
Then, the CVAC Systems team showed us their Cyclic Variations in Altitude Conditioning pod, which simulates the benefits of going up to 20,000 feet.
The founder says to the DEMO crowd, “the higher the altitude, the lower the death rate and we understand why. It’s no surprise that Colorado has the lowest rate of obesity in the country.”
CVAC is using this pod to help people with diabetes, to increase longevity and overall improved conditioning and fitness. “CVAC is like the world wide web,” he says. “We believe we are stimulating endogenous stem cells.” He notes that universities are researching this for chronic pain and other physical ailments and conditions.
You can experience the CVAC process by relaxing in a comfortable pod for as little as 20 minutes, two or more times per week. Below is Mary who experienced this on stage while he gave his pitch, above is before and during and below is after she ‘came down’ (so to speak) from the process.