Lounge chair – Fuze Restaurant And Lounge http://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 18:01:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-90.png Lounge chair – Fuze Restaurant And Lounge http://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ 32 32 Úrsula Corberó and Chino Darín take advantage of Uruguay https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ursula-corbero-and-chino-darin-take-advantage-of-uruguay/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 17:37:53 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ursula-corbero-and-chino-darin-take-advantage-of-uruguay/ Ursula Corbero takes a break from his busy schedule for some fun in the sun. The Spanish actress and her longtime boyfriend, Ricardo Mario ‘Chino’ Darin, were spotted on the beach in Punta Del Este, Uruguay. The pair were all smiles as they arrived, with Chino wearing a simple gray t-shirt paired with her green […]]]>

Ursula Corbero takes a break from his busy schedule for some fun in the sun.

The Spanish actress and her longtime boyfriend, Ricardo Mario ‘Chino’ Darin, were spotted on the beach in Punta Del Este, Uruguay. The pair were all smiles as they arrived, with Chino wearing a simple gray t-shirt paired with her green swimsuit. Úrsula walked on the sand wearing a kimono on the floor decorated with a floral patternwhich she quickly removed to reveal her skimpy lavender bikini.

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Photos from the fun day show the couple setting up camp on the beach before getting more comfortable and getting into their bathing suits. While Darín sat in a deck chair under an umbrella, Corberó ventured into the water to enjoy the waves before returning to soak up its own rays.

According to reports from the Argentinian program Farandula Showthe couple arrived in Uruguay last weekend to enjoy the austral summer.

Chino’s father Ricardo Darin, would have a house in the neighborhood of José Ignacio, one of the most popular places to spend the holidays among celebrities. On Sunday, Ricardo celebrated his 65th birthday, a party which Úrsula and Chino attended.

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Corberó has been in a relationship with Darín since 2016, when the couple met on the set of the television series The Embajada. They have been living together in Madrid since 2019.

In an interview with elPeriodicoChino explained what surprised him the most about Úrsula when they started dating.

“For me, the energy that Úrsula has, especially to deal with bad times or things she doesn’t like… she has this inner fire, a spark that can do anything,” he said. he stated years ago. “It boosts everyone’s morale. This is one of its dazzling aspects. And then there is her versatility as an actress and her professionalism. She’s a wonderful woman.”

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Reduced Viewpoint Hotel Becomes Conditional OK | Local News https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/reduced-viewpoint-hotel-becomes-conditional-ok-local-news/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 22:49:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/reduced-viewpoint-hotel-becomes-conditional-ok-local-news/ CONWAY — After hours of presentation and discussion, the Conway Planning Board unanimously granted conditional approval Jan. 13 to the scaled-down but still controversial Viewpoint North Conway LLC hotel proposal at Intervale. First proposed as four stories and totaling 105,836 square feet with 105 bedrooms, then reduced to 9,412 square feet and 98 rooms, the […]]]>

CONWAY — After hours of presentation and discussion, the Conway Planning Board unanimously granted conditional approval Jan. 13 to the scaled-down but still controversial Viewpoint North Conway LLC hotel proposal at Intervale.

First proposed as four stories and totaling 105,836 square feet with 105 bedrooms, then reduced to 9,412 square feet and 98 rooms, the plan conditionally approved by the planning board last Thursday was for a three-story, 62,205 square Structure of 70 single-storey rooms and a floor area of ​​20,735 square feet.

The conditionally approved proposal also includes a 75-seat restaurant and rooftop lounge that would be open to the public. Previous iterations of the plan had only opened it to hotel guests.

The developers also obtained the waiver they were seeking for the height of the building, to allow for a staircase and lift to an observation deck.

“Good luck,” board chairman Ben Colbath told project engineer Josh McAllister of HEB Engineers of North Conway, who had led the project since first appearing on the project’s behalf in February 2021.

Selectmen representative Steve Porter presented the motion for approval, which was seconded by Bill Barbin.

Porter, Barbin, Colbath, Sarah Frechette, Ailie Byers, Erik Corbett and alternate Steve Hartmann, serving for board member Eliza Grant, who recused herself because her husband, Mike Grant, had filed a complaint for nuisance through attorney Roy Tilsley, voted for. Jr. of Bernstein Shur of Manchester.

After the 7-0 vote, the meeting was adjourned, with Viewpoint lawyer John J. Ratigan of DTC Lawyers of Exeter thanking the board.

Afterwards, Colbath and Porter admitted that although some people, including many neighbors, objected to the construction of a hotel on this site – which currently houses the now closed 16-room one-story Intervale Motel – they noted that the city’s zoning ordinance permits such use of the commercially zoned 3.66-acre lot and that the process worked in terms of give and take between the council and the applicant.

“I am grateful to the members of the community who have come forward to try and affect the change they wanted to see happen. That being said,” Colbath said, adding, “It’s an uphill battle trying to make both sides happy with what the developer wanted and what the community wanted to see in place.

“At the end of the day, it’s a zero-sum game,” he said, “so we’re not going to make decisions that indirectly go against what the community wants, but at the same time, we must uphold our duty to the City of Conway and the ordinances.”

Colbath noted, “I’m grateful the developer was willing to come back as many times as they did because I know it was a lot of work for HEB, and it probably wasn’t exactly the path that it was going to be.” the developer probably thought it would be okay and I’m glad we were able to implement some of the changes the community wanted to see.

Porter agreed, saying: “I thought the claimant had come back with new and revised plans that met the needs that the scorers and the board had presented to them, so they were very friendly with some of the coloring concerns and the stuff like that, so I feel the board did a great job.

According to the opencorporates.com website, Viewpoint North Conway LLC includes Member Jatinbhal Patel, Member/Manager Niravkumar Patel, Officer Shivam Patel, Agent Mark L. Janos, Manager/Member Pantosh A. Patel and Member Vimal Pants. The LLC was incorporated in New Hampshire in October 2020.

Litigator Grant also expressed general support for how the process works. “We never said ‘on my corpse’; we never said “no hotel”. We just wanted something that was (not as big),” said Grant, who lives across from the 3.66-acre parcel that currently houses the Intervale Motel.

Regarding the waiver, McAllister said his client only requested it for a small portion of the building to exceed 40 feet, noting that “95% of the building is less than 40 feet (as requested by council in part of the nuisance complaint filed by Grant with support from Butters) and 4.7 percent is greater than 40 feet” at 45 feet.

The original proposal was for a structure 55 feet tall, which is the maximum height allowed by current zoning, but planners at the Sept. 23 council meeting as part of the nuisance complaint asked for the 40 foot restriction. feet.

As part of an application by Tilsley, council approved a condition that a berm be installed on the east side between the hotel and the aburttingIntervale Outlook townhouse complex prior to construction.

Tilsley raised concerns about the proposed color of the new hotel’s roof, which was depicted in red.

McAllister asked for a break to call his client and after doing so he came back and said his client was willing to have a roof in the black/grey ladder – and this condition was added to the 20 conditions presented by City Solicitor Peter Malia. of Hastings and Malia of Fryeburg and subsequently ratified.

Other conditions approved included:

• Add additional “do not enter” signs on emergency vehicles only on Intervale Cross Road driveway which is to be used only by emergency vehicles and relocate barrier to Intervale Cross Road property line .

• On 77 spaces, dedicate central parking spaces to hotel guests and identify them on the map.

• Close the observation deck at sunset and add to the plan that the observation deck will be open only to hotel and restaurant guests and there will be no food service on the deck.

• Provide on-site snow removal if there is an accumulation within 24 hours;

• Add a preservative mix to the creek buffer zone.

• Place additional plantings of arborvitae on the fence and berm along the east property line.

• Have a conditional approval expiration date of January 26, 2023.

The session was held at the Marshall Gym at the Conway Recreation Center and started at 6 p.m. instead of being at Conway City Hall at 7 p.m.

The gymnasium was selected because based on past attendance at Viewpoint’s board appearance dating back to last January, when as many as 100 people attended Viewpoint’s board appearances, the planners expected a large turnout, but only 13 people from the public attended.

The parcel was sold in December 2020 for $1.4 million by the John R. Cannell Revocable Trust.

Neighbor Vanessa Kuemmerle lamented the expected loss of the large maple tree on the motel lawn.

Others asked if sidewalks could be built, saying the area was still busy with people walking from Scenic Vista to the Trails End Ice Cream Store at Cannell’s Country Store complex.

But City Engineer Paul DegliAngeli noted that the city has no plans to install sidewalks because there is nowhere to anchor them and it would impact the complex’s already limited parking.

At the December 21 selectors’ meeting, DegliAngeli reported to selectors on the findings of a scoping meeting he had with McAllister and state Department of Transportation officials who indicated that the flow of traffic in this section did not warrant any improvement from the developer.

Porter suggested during this session that the city should perhaps ask the state to add a roundabout at the intersection of Intervale Cross Road and Route 16 in its 10-year road plan.

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The Day – ‘Letterkenny’ returns to Hulu with hilarious and gritty stories about small town Canadian life https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/the-day-letterkenny-returns-to-hulu-with-hilarious-and-gritty-stories-about-small-town-canadian-life/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 05:13:54 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/the-day-letterkenny-returns-to-hulu-with-hilarious-and-gritty-stories-about-small-town-canadian-life/ Ten seasons later, “Letterkenny” still hasn’t found a character it can’t make fun of. The cult-favorite comedy, which recently returned to Hulu, flourished first as a YouTube series and then on video streaming platform Crackle as a witty, tongue-in-cheek slice-of-life story. faster than a small Canadian town of 5,000 people where everyone knows everything. “It’s […]]]>

Ten seasons later, “Letterkenny” still hasn’t found a character it can’t make fun of.

The cult-favorite comedy, which recently returned to Hulu, flourished first as a YouTube series and then on video streaming platform Crackle as a witty, tongue-in-cheek slice-of-life story. faster than a small Canadian town of 5,000 people where everyone knows everything.

“It’s shameless himself,” K. Trevor Wilson, the 40-year-old stand-up comedian who plays Squirrely Dan. “It’s not trying to be just any other show. It does not bend or flow with trends. It is what it is.”

What it is is a look at the people who get by: hicks (farmers), hockey players, skids (druggies) and reservation natives up the road .

In the center are Wayne (creator Jared Keeso), his sister Katy (Michelle Mylett) and two best friends, Squirrely Dan (Wilson) and Dary (Nathan Dales). During big chunks of episodes, they sit outside at their fruit stand, on wooden crates and a beach lounger, talking.

“It’s small town life. It’s that ungiven (expletive) energy,” Mylett, 32, said.

“People are roasting. They can’t take themselves too seriously because if they do, they’ll get toasted even more. But at the same time, there’s this unwritten code of ethics in this little community: you don’t kick someone when they’re down.

Usually the bad guys come from outside Letterkenny — like their French-speaking Quebec lookalikes who ruin a fishing trip, or Katy’s slimy ex-boyfriend.

Residents of Letterkenny – which is based on Keeso’s hometown of Listowel, Ontario – have a sense of loyalty, even when driving each other crazy.

“Letterkenny” is in good spirits. Even the cruelest jokes are well-meaning, intended only for subjects who can’t just take it but return it just as well.

Each season, Mylett joked, Keeso and co-creator Jacob Tierney try to fill out the latest with faster-paced jokes, wordier tongue twisters and darker references to Canada’s backcountry.

The cold openings take on a “Game of Thrones”-themed rap, a litany of wrestling references, the worst use of the word “wet” and how disgusting the urinals at the local bar are.

Some of the most confusing language of all comes from dummy hockey players, Reilly (Dylan Playfair) and Jonesy (Andrew Herr).

More often than not, they forget which is which and which girl they are supposed to woo. It takes a lot of rehearsals, Herr said, throwing their ridiculous, quick slang back and forth.

On set the day after an awards show several seasons ago, Herr said, he and Playfair were slower than usual, which interrupted the fast-paced dialogue. When they can’t keep up, everyone notices.

Wilson gave up on memorizing his lines, due to Keeso’s tendency to change or even throw away his own scripts right before filming. Now, he laughs, he’s just learning “the gist” of the scene and awaiting the final version of his speeches.

Above all, “Letterkenny” only tells simple stories about the simple inhabitants of a simple town.

“You roast the ones you love,” Wilson said. “That’s part of the joy, and it’s something you have to do in comedy: you have to take a few pegs apart before you take anything else apart.”

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These are the coolest concept cars of 2021 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/these-are-the-coolest-concept-cars-of-2021/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 14:30:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/these-are-the-coolest-concept-cars-of-2021/ With rapid advances in technology and constant changes in lifestyles in recent years, automakers are more willing to hand over to their design offices, allowing them to think outside the box to envision the future of brand and the industry in general. Although a few automakers have been guilty of unveiling concepts as a playful […]]]>

With rapid advances in technology and constant changes in lifestyles in recent years, automakers are more willing to hand over to their design offices, allowing them to think outside the box to envision the future of brand and the industry in general. Although a few automakers have been guilty of unveiling concepts as a playful exercise in something unrealistic, others have used them as serious preludes to a production model.

Related: 10 Classic Concept Cars That Would Have Changed The Game

The past year has been a mix of uncertainties and new challenges related to COVID-19, but all of that hasn’t stood in the way of innovation and development. We’ve seen the tempered return of several auto shows around the world, and we’ve been lucky enough to see some pretty impressive concept cars. As we look forward to more shows in 2022, let’s recap some of 2021’s standout concepts.

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The 2021 Tokyo Auto Show didn’t take place due to COVID-19, but Nissan couldn’t pass up the opportunity to showcase its super-original new concept, the NV350 Office Pod, virtually. In line with the challenges of unique lifestyles during the pandemic, Nissan has shown how to work from home in style.


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The NV350 features exterior modifications that allow for light off-road riding, while its interior houses a functional small office, with a desk, chair and enough space for a large screen. Drivers can take out the office from the van to be part of nature and an upstairs balcony equipped with a lounger and umbrella for recommended breaks.

9 Opel Manta GSe


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The Opel Manta made a big comeback last year with eye-catching neon yellow paint and an instantly recognizable baby Plymouth ‘Cuda look. Dubbed the Opel Manta GSe, we indeed take our hat off to the German automaker for its attempt to show that EVs could still be a lot of fun, not to mention mixing the best of both worlds classic and electric.

Related: Here are some of the most iconic cars Opel has ever made


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The modern front fascia features upright LED accents and a screen that can display messages, while the rear displays vintage vibes with circular taillights. Besides its great super retro looks, the unique Manta GSe has a usable four-speed manual transmission. The smart transmission allows drivers to engage a CVT option in fourth gear, allowing the car to shift gears.

8 Ford Tucci Maverick


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The Ford Maverick is a fan favorite as it ticks many truck boxes despite its small size, fuel economy and ease of parking. However, Tucci Hot Rods drove many crazy with its Tucci Maverick concept at SEMA 2021. Tucci Hot Rods made an impression at the event with the all-wheel-drive Maverick XLT 2.0 EcoBoost slamming to the ground on reels. .


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The Tucci Maverick features unique 3D printed pieces like a front chin spoiler, fender flares and a rally inspired spoiler. Performance upgrades include stickier tires mounted in larger turbojet-style wheels and a new Borla cat-back exhaust. To spice things up even more, the interior includes a Ford dash cam, four Recaro Sportster seats with racing harnesses, while the bed features a roll-up tonneau cover, spray-on bed liner, and a tailgate spoiler.

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One of the most fantastic builds shown at SEMA 2021 was the Toyota Tacozilla concept truck. The Tacozilla rad motorhome is reminiscent of the Chinook models of the 70s and 80s that Toyota built from the factory. Based on the Tacoma TRD Sport Pickup, Toyota’s Motorsports Garage has entered into an exciting collaboration with Complete Customs to bring the Tacozilla to life.


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The biggest highlight of the concept is the roof of the motorhome which extends below the height of the frame to allow people to stand up throughout the interior, not to mention the full integration to make it appear as part of from Tacoma. The Toyota Tacozilla also features a rustic micro-house interior, 17-inch wheels, integrated winch, raised TRD suspension kit, huge light bar and snorkel.

6 Lincoln birthday concept


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So what do you get when a team of design art students imagine Lincoln cars in 2040? Simple answer, the superb Lincoln Anniversary concept. The jaw-dropping vehicle is the product of a design team from Center College of Design in Pasadena that Lincoln showcased at The Quail during Monterey Car Week.

Related: Here’s What Lincoln Has In Store For 2022


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The Anniversary concept has a low-slung coupe design with a long hood and short deck, almost similar to the Audi Skysphere concept. While Lincoln may never take the Anniversary beyond the concept stage, this four-door city car showcases the unique perspective and talent of tomorrow’s designers.

5 EdisonFuture EF1-T


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The EdisonFuture EF1-T is a relative newcomer to the electric pickup segment, but its angular, spacey profile and alternative styling will make you think of Tesla Cybertruck. Nonetheless, the EdisonFuture EF1-T gets a few points on the board for its more conventional lines and retractable armadillo-shaped solar architecture.


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According to EdisonFuture’s presentation at LA Auto Week, the solar panels could provide an additional range of 20 to 35 miles per day in sunny conditions, essential for the field workforce. Full specs for the truck are yet to be finalized, but range estimates range from 300 to 450 miles, with battery capacity supplied at 120, 150 and 180 kWh.

4 Audi Skysphere


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Audi has revealed a few more tricks up its sleeves by introducing the Horch 853-inspired Skysphere concept as part of its vision for luxury autonomous transportation. The Skysphere, the first of three concepts, is a long and low luxury grand tourer capable of transforming into a stunning electric sports car at the push of a button.


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In standard GT tuning, the Skysphere is almost as long as a full-size Audi A8 L sedan, and it shrinks to the size of the midsize A6 in Sport mode. Designer Gael Buzyn hinted at the LA Motor Show that Audi designed the car around the interior, which features a 55.7-inch full-width digital screen, backlit control panels, crystal accents, clock analog in the center console and a fabric roof with cashmere blanket storage.

3 Cupra Urban Rebel


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Cupra is a newer brand that has yet to reach North American shores, but the striking UrbanRebel Concept has certainly caught our attention. Featured at the 2021 IAA Munich Motor Show, the UrbanRebel evokes the appearance of a radical racing hatch from a racing game.

Related: 10 Craziest Concepts That Debuted At The 2021 Munich Auto Show


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According to Cupra design director Jorge Diez, the Cupra UrbanRebel is based on Volkswagen’s MEB architecture, and it’s a precursor to a production electric car we can expect in 2025. The automaker says that the car’s electric powertrain delivers a steady 335bhp, matched to a 0-60mph time of 3.2 seconds. Unfortunately, the eventual production model may not make it to North America.

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Most gearheads revere Porsche for its long and impressive history of production car racing, and it intends to extend that into the future with the Porsche Mission R. With electrification gaining momentum in the automotive industry , Porsche presented the Mission R as a future motorsport customer.


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The Porsche Mission R has a low, refined and aggressive aesthetic shape that runs on a pair of 85kWh electric motors capable of a typical run of 30-40 minutes without stopping. The EV will be incredibly fast, with around 1,073hp available for qualifying mode, although we’d expect that to drop to 603hp in race mode. However, potential customers will have to maintain their enthusiasm until 2025.

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While we were anticipating the electric reincarnation of the successful R4L model, Renault surprised us by unveiling the AIR4 concept at the end of November. Since Renault announced its 2025 “Renaulution” strategic transformation plan, it has displayed a certain ambition with the Renault AIR4. The concept has a recognizable R4L silhouette but with a twist of intrigue; four propellers. Hello, flying cars.


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As its name suggests, the AIR4 concept does not roll; instead, it can fly at an altitude of 700m at a claimed top horizontal speed of 58mph. However, it should be noted that the Renault AIR4 is only a show car unveiled to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Renault 4L. But with traffic concerns compounded, who knows when they might take this idea a bit more seriously.


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CES 2022: Razer and D-BOX design the throne of all gaming chairs https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ces-2022-razer-and-d-box-design-the-throne-of-all-gaming-chairs/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 21:48:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ces-2022-razer-and-d-box-design-the-throne-of-all-gaming-chairs/ Ryan Epps, Tech Times January 12, 2022, 4:01 p.m. For nearly 25 years, Razer has continually improvised, improved, and evolved the way we view computing peripherals. From energizing everyday mouse technology via its customizable (and wireless) HyperSpeed ​​lineup to face mask air purifiers with RGB, Razer is vying to bring cutting-edge tech to the random […]]]>

For nearly 25 years, Razer has continually improvised, improved, and evolved the way we view computing peripherals. From energizing everyday mouse technology via its customizable (and wireless) HyperSpeed ​​lineup to face mask air purifiers with RGB, Razer is vying to bring cutting-edge tech to the random gadgets PC enthusiasts consistently use. .

Enter (in the sleekest form) the Razer Enki Pro HyperSense, a concept gaming chair designed in conjunction with 4D theater haptic lounger, D-BOX. While equally – if not slightly more – comfortable than its Razer counterparts, the Enki Pro HyperSense stands out with intense gaming-oriented haptics, which are encoded from specific games by D-BOX.

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Forza Horizon 5 was the benchmark for our test, and it was something spectacular. Haptics, bumps, crashes are one thing, right? But death-defying leaps through the air, something you might not initially consider for a haptic-enabled device, are expertly interwoven into the sensation through the chair via a sense of weightlessness. It is, to say the least, fascinating and encompassing.

With over 2,000 titles, including movies and other forms of entertainment outside of video games, the Enki Pro takes immersion to a whole new level of fidelity. Mixed with VR glasses and a really crisp experience, let’s say Half-Life: Alyx, reality may soon fade once you get settled into this intense gaming chair.

RELATED ARTICLE: Razer announces all-new Blade gaming laptops at CES 2022

No sooner has haptic feedback become a major selling point for consumers, as Sony itself has even integrated its latest generation of PlayStation console hardware with proprietary dual actuators into its DualSense controllers. As seen in games like Return and Demon’s Souls Remake, everything from recoil and weapon damage, to the effects of rain and the flapping of a dragon’s wings can only be felt by the DualSense.

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This is where the Enki Pro HyperSense shines, offering something truly immersive and enjoyable. Alongside even the sleek and spectacular Project Sophia desk (a PC-infused modular desk concept), the Enki Pro HyperSense still proves to be an enigma, despite the indeterminate nature of its future.

So, the big question: will this integral haptic throne find a place in the mainstream market? It’s not clear yet. Razer and D-BOX haven’t hinted at any potential release, and the price may well hit the $1,000 threshold. The Enki Pro base itself isn’t even on the market yet. So, the demand for this iteration may well serve as a foundation for Razer’s efforts with its updated full haptic experience.

This was not the case. However, the only haptic chair showcased at CES 2022. Tucked away in the far corner on the second floor of the Eureka Park exhibits was Model Solution, showcasing its “XTA Motion Player.” It’s essentially the same concept as Razer’s HyperSense, but less intense and more focused on metaverse apps. These expensive toys ask where such technology can be integrated and how consumers can best use these devices without upsetting their entire wallet.

Still, while gaming chairs themselves are more or less luxury items for PC enthusiasts, streamers, and the like, full-body haptic thrones like these won’t get any less conceptual any sooner. Companies are clearly buying into the concept of haptic technology, and the immersive properties are there. Only time will tell how well these technologies are formulated, whether through XR integrations, metaverse apps, everyday consumer demand, or all of the above.

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Airport experiencing record growth and considering expansion https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/airport-experiencing-record-growth-and-considering-expansion/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 00:03:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/airport-experiencing-record-growth-and-considering-expansion/ POCAHONTAS, Ark. (KAIT) – Pocahontas Municipal Airport held its first monthly meeting for 2022 on Monday, January 10. At this meeting, they discussed the unprecedented growth and what it means for the community. Since 2010, the airport has seen a 164% increase in traffic, while fuel sales have increased by 14,000%. Airports Commission Chairman Danny […]]]>

POCAHONTAS, Ark. (KAIT) – Pocahontas Municipal Airport held its first monthly meeting for 2022 on Monday, January 10. At this meeting, they discussed the unprecedented growth and what it means for the community.

Since 2010, the airport has seen a 164% increase in traffic, while fuel sales have increased by 14,000%.

Airports Commission Chairman Danny Ellis said their passion for creating a customer experience is the foundation for this growth.

“We tried to go back to the old school (ways),” Ellis said. “We try to use the service in every way possible to maintain service in much of the Pocahontas airport.”

When the pilots arrive at Pocahontas airport, they have a whole experience to go through.

The new terminal has a pilot lounge, bedroom and hospitality vehicles that pilots can use between flights.

“We focus on the customer. When the customer comes here, they are happy, ”said Randy Gilless, airport manager.

Today, the airport is aiming for a bright future. With a surplus of income, plans to build a new hangar are underway.

Ellis said expansion is necessary to maintain growth.

Their goal is to make Pocahontas a destination airport for pilots, and they move in that direction with every inbound flight.

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The Day – With Bali Bungalow, Couple Bring Indonesian Furniture and Decor to Stonington https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/the-day-with-bali-bungalow-couple-bring-indonesian-furniture-and-decor-to-stonington/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 22:22:37 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/the-day-with-bali-bungalow-couple-bring-indonesian-furniture-and-decor-to-stonington/ Stonington – The showroom created by Lita and Matt Bondlow is a light and airy space, with plants of varying sizes neatly placed between the teak furniture and rattan lounge chairs, and lights covered with rattan pendant lights hang from the ceiling. There is soothing music and a light touch of incense. Rattan is a […]]]>

Stonington – The showroom created by Lita and Matt Bondlow is a light and airy space, with plants of varying sizes neatly placed between the teak furniture and rattan lounge chairs, and lights covered with rattan pendant lights hang from the ceiling. There is soothing music and a light touch of incense.

Rattan is a type of palm tree used to make wicker furniture, and the largest population of rattan trees is found in Indonesia, where Lita originated.

She and Matt founded the Bali Bungalow furniture and decor company in New York City in 2019, selling the work of Indonesian artisans. The couple are among those who fled the city at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, settling in East Lyme and settling in the Velvet Mill.

They started a year ago with a small studio next to the atrium and have since opened the showroom, which has an entrance to the parking lot on the pond side of Bayview Avenue, between Woodfellas Pizza and Zest Fresh Pastry.

“It’s nice to have this space because we meet clients in person and do all kinds of custom orders,” said Lita Bondlow. She said her job is also her way of giving back to her home country, and she returns there every year to find suppliers, do photoshoots and see her family. The couple last visited Indonesia in March and stayed there for almost two months.

“We literally jump on a moped, drive, buy it all,” Lita Bondlow said. Different artisans have different specialties, she said, whether it’s teak or weaving or stone or wood.

“We want to make furniture the way it was made before, before mass production. We want to show the craftsmanship,” she said. Matt Bondlow added that they wanted to transport furniture that will last for generations, and said people are willing to spend the money when they don’t have to buy a new chair every 10 years. Lounge chairs range from around $ 950 to $ 1,400, and dining chairs are around $ 550 to $ 650.

They furnished the new Curio hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona, and opened a restaurant in Miami. Locally, Matt said they had also worked with Surf Cantina, a new restaurant in Westerly, and Surfridge Brewing Co. in Essex, the new second location for a California brewery.

From Indonesia to Stoneton

Lita grew up in East Java, Indonesia, and studied hospitality at university. She moved to the United States over 15 years ago, at the age of 23, and worked in hotels in California and New York. She then worked as a real estate agent in Manhattan for seven years and continues to perform part-time administrative duties for a real estate company.

During this time, she met Matt Bondlow, who is originally from Darien and studied acting at Syracuse University before spending 27 years in the publishing industry in New York City. He is currently working remotely for Scientific American, as Director of Integrated Media.

Matt Bondlow said when the pandemic hit they “saw the writing on the wall” about city life. He knew the Stonington and Mystic area from growing up in Connecticut, and after traveling through southeast Connecticut, the Bondlows chose to rent accommodation in East Lyme instead of their tiny apartment in New York City.

Bali Bungalow started out primarily as an online business, with small items like pillows and throws. But Matt Bondlow said before they knew it furniture was their main business.

He said their concept is custom orders, so models can be built from preorders and delivered. Interested customers can check out the company’s website, bali-bungalow.com, but he said entering the showroom was the best way to do it.

Going forward, he said they will meet with local architects and interior designers and consider more partnerships.

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EXCLUSIVE: Juror speaks after conviction of Elizabeth Holmes https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/exclusive-juror-speaks-after-conviction-of-elizabeth-holmes/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 08:32:09 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/exclusive-juror-speaks-after-conviction-of-elizabeth-holmes/ By the end of day three of Elizabeth Holmes’ trial deliberations, the jury had already decided to find the ousted founder of Theranos guilty of defrauding investors who poured millions of dollars into the Silicon blood testing startup. Valley, according to a juror who spoke with ABC News in an exclusive interview. And yet the […]]]>

By the end of day three of Elizabeth Holmes’ trial deliberations, the jury had already decided to find the ousted founder of Theranos guilty of defrauding investors who poured millions of dollars into the Silicon blood testing startup. Valley, according to a juror who spoke with ABC News in an exclusive interview.

And yet the group struggled for days on whether to convict or acquit Holmes – who faced 11 counts of fraud – for three other counts also linked to investors, juror No.1. 6, Wayne Kaatz.

“We were very saddened. We thought we had failed,” said Kaatz, 64, of the moment when, hours before the jury announced its verdict on Monday, he and his fellow jurors sent a memo to the court indicating that ‘they had come to an agreement. deadlock on these three points.

Judge Edward J. Davila asked them to continue deliberating, but on Monday afternoon the eight men and four women said they still couldn’t reach unanimous consensus. At around 4 p.m., after seven days of deliberation, spanning two weeks, including Christmas and New Years’ Day, the jury convicted Holmes on four counts of investor fraud. They found her not guilty of four more counts involving patients who had blood tests at Theranos. The trial was overturned on charges the jurors could not agree on.

“Everyone said what they thought, and we were all exactly where we were all when we started, and we had nowhere to go, nothing more to say. That’s why we are. arrived with the verdicts that we handed down, ”Kaatz said.

“It’s hard to condemn someone, especially someone so likeable, with such a positive dream,” he added, noting that he had voted guilty on the three counts on which the jury could not agree. “[We] respected Elizabeth’s belief in her technology, in her dream. [We thought], ‘She still believes in it, and we still believe that she does.’ “

Kaatz, an Emmy Award-winning television screenwriter from Aptos, Calif., Who built camaraderie with fellow jurors during the four-month trial, often putting together puzzles with them during breaks or watching others exchange their thoughts. turkey, ham or roast beef sandwiches, said the decision to convict Holmes on four counts was based on a few key elements.

On the one hand, Holmes bore ultimate responsibility for the information released to investors, Kaatz said, noting that the former CEO “owns it all.”

“It all went through her,” he said. “She got final approval.”

The jury also found Holmes’ seven days of testimony to be largely unreliable. The 12 members ranked each witness’s testimony from one to four, with one being not credible and four being the most credible, Kaatz said.

Holmes scored a two, he told ABC News. On the other hand, a few government witnesses, including former Theranos lab director Adam Rosendorff – who said that during the time Holmes was raising funds from investors, he told her about the clinical lab malfunction. of the company – had scored up to four. No one has scored as low as one.

Kaatz also said that at the start of their deliberations, the jury decided to acquit Holmes of the four counts of fraud against patients because the CEO was “one step away” from the alleged victims, and therefore the jury did not not thought they were directly swindled.

Although the 12 were mostly confined to the jury’s gallery in Davila’s fifth-floor courtroom throughout the trial at the Robert F. Peckham Federal Courthouse in San Jose, Calif., They had a little more freedom to move into an adjacent courtroom, where they deliberated.

A juror, who always arrived early, assumed the presidency of the judge throughout the discussions. Others took their places at the two prosecutor’s tables. Some chose to sit in a rostrum similar to the one they had been seated in when testifying witnesses, Kaatz said, adding that he had claimed a front row seat on a courtroom.

One of the first things the jurors did when they arrived in court on December 20, the day they began their deliberations, was to select a foreman. Kaatz appointed Juror # 2, whom he described as one of the youngest members of the group, but nonetheless “very mature and organized.”

“He said, ‘I’m not against,'” Kaatz told ABC News, adding that the vote for their leader was unanimous.

They then conducted an anonymous poll to gauge everyone’s position on each count against Holmes. Jurors scribbled their first passes in a verdict on scraps of paper and then shared the results. Votes were mixed, Kaatz said.

The 12 then established a “timeline of events” on a chalkboard, on which they pasted notes with “relevant evidence points”.

Despite their disagreement on some aspects of the case, the group got along well, Kaatz said, adding that he was proud to have worked alongside his peers, many of whom juggled work and family obligations.

Tuesday afternoon, a day after his role in the rare withdrawal of a CEO from Silicon Valley ended, Kaatz slumped into his living room chair.

“It was an honor. It was a duty,” he said. “I did. I am done.”


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LG Display Showcases Innovative Display Technologies at CES 2022 | News https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/lg-display-showcases-innovative-display-technologies-at-ces-2022-news/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 02:00:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/lg-display-showcases-innovative-display-technologies-at-ces-2022-news/ Seoul, South Korea, Jan. 2, 2022 / PRNewswire / – LG Display, the global leader in innovation in display technology, today announced that it will showcase its latest innovations at CES 2022. Under the theme of ‘Display Your Universe’, LG Display will showcase innovative solutions that not only meet the ever-changing needs of people and […]]]>

Seoul, South Korea, Jan. 2, 2022 / PRNewswire / – LG Display, the global leader in innovation in display technology, today announced that it will showcase its latest innovations at CES 2022.

Under the theme of ‘Display Your Universe’, LG Display will showcase innovative solutions that not only meet the ever-changing needs of people and diverse lifestyles, but also deliver new experiences designed to redefine the way people perform everyday tasks. their daily life.

The company will showcase its differentiated and cutting-edge technologies to improve people’s lives, including ‘OLED.EX’, the next phase in the evolution of OLED; Transparent and flexible OLED solutions that break with spatial limitations; ‘IPS Black’, its new high-end LCD technology for computer products; New Gaming OLED poster, as well as a 17 inch foldable OLED laptop screen.

OLED.EX, the next generation OLED TV technology to provide enhanced viewing experience

This year’s flagship event is LG Display’s all-new OLED TV screen “OLED.EX”, which will further improve picture quality to deliver an enhanced viewing experience.

The next generation OLED.EX display implements LG’s deuterium and “EX technology” based on a custom algorithm. Compared to conventional OLED displays, the brightness is increased by 30% while the frame width is reduced by 30% from 6mm to 4mm based on the 65 inch OLED displays, thus improving the overall quality of the display. image of OLED panels and enhancing the premium design aesthetic.

The name OLED.EX is an acronym for “Evolution” and “eXperience,” which represents the company’s desire to provide customers with new experiences through its ever-evolving OLED technology.

Starting in the second quarter of 2022, LG Display will integrate its revolutionary OLED.EX technology into every OLED TV screen it produces to ensure that people can enjoy next-level immersive viewing experiences.

Cutting-edge OLED innovations delivering unprecedented experiences

In addition to OLED.EX, LG Display will unveil transparent OLED solutions developed to further bridge the gap between online and physical spaces. Taking advantage of the advantages of the self-emissive nature of OLED, the company’s transparent OLED offers transparency high enough to replace ordinary glasses as well as the ability to display graphic effects and information with excellent quality. ‘picture. In addition, since transparent OLED displays feature a slim design and light weight, they can be widely used for various industries such as transportation and construction.

The company demonstrates the advantages of Transparent OLED through a range of unique and eye-catching products, including ‘Shopping Showcase Management’ and ‘Show window’ for shopping centers, as well as “Smart window” for offices, Transparent OLED for metro trains, and ‘OLED shelf’ that can transform any home interior into a living space.

LG Display to unveil its’Shopping Showcase Management, ‘a transparent OLED screen installed inside a wooden display, which will reinvent the offline shopping experience. Ideal for luxury department stores, the Shopping Managing Showcase can display eye-catching visual content on the screen that harmonizes with the products on display behind to better attract the attention of shoppers and enhance the ambiance of the place.

Another example of how LG Display is redefining the shopping experience is its new ‘Show window ”. Originally comprised of a single transparent OLED display, the Show Window now utilizes four 55-inch transparent OLED displays, maximizing the advertising potential of storefront displays by providing a more unique and informative shopping experience.

Regarding the desktop, LG Display will present its’Smart window‘which is specially designed for the office of the future. By applying this transparent OLED technology to conference room windows, the Advanced Smart Window can help business teams maximize productivity by transforming into a large screen for video conferencing and presentations without compromising the unobstructed view of a glass window. normal.

LG Display will also present Transparent OLED for metro trains. Designed to replace the windows of existing metro trains, the transparent OLED displays provide useful information regarding metro schedules, weather and news, while giving passengers a clear view of the outside landscape. When fully applied to the transport and mobility sector, transparent OLEDs are expected to provide augmented reality-like experiences, such as displaying advertisements or relevant information about famous landmarks in real time when the train passes.

To modernize home life, LG Display will present its latest concept, ‘OLED shelf, ‘which combines two transparent OLED screens, one above the other, and fits perfectly into any living room decoration while adding a touch of elegance as it hangs from the shelf at the Wall. The innovative OLED shelf is perfect for displaying TV shows or gallery paintings while operating in always-on display mode, further demonstrating the ability of transparent OLED screens to transform any home interior into a living space. that exudes modernity.

Another innovation poised to make global headlines is the “Virtual tour”. The innovative Virtual Ride is an indoor stationary bike with three 55-inch OLED displays curved vertically in front and above. The Virtual Ride demonstrates superior overall flexible performance along with vivid, lifelike picture quality from OLED displays that allow riders to perform their favorite outdoor activity from the comfort of their home.

Then comes the “President of the media” which combines a comfortable reclining chair with a Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) curved screen. Taking advantage of CSO’s remarkable ability to emit sound from the screen itself, the media chair opens up a whole new experience that allows the user to relax while enjoying an immersive experience similar to the one from a home theater.

In addition, LG Display will present Gaming OLED attach. Its OLED Gaming line, which has already received high praise from the gaming community, achieves a response time 10 times faster than its conventional LCD counterparts without irritating ghost effects, to allow the user to enjoy excellent quality. image and immersive gameplay to date. The company’s popular gaming OLED also provides an even higher level of eye comfort for long gaming sessions without sore and tired eyes during and after. LG Display will launch its 48-inch and 42-inch OLED gaming screens to the market in 2022.

LG Display will show its 17 inch foldable OLED for laptops. The screen is almost completely wrinkle-free when folded, allowing users to enjoy a device in a variety of ways and forms – from a tablet to a laptop to a portable monitor. In addition, the screen is also equipped with the company’s touchscreen solutions that allow users to operate the screen with a pen or with their fingers depending on their preference or the task at hand.

‘IPS Black’, a high-end and premium LCD technology for IT products

For the first time, LG Display will present ‘IPS Black’, a high-end and premium LCD technology for computer products. IPS Black displays offer a 35% deeper black level than existing IPS products, enabling extreme clarity and color accuracy, essential for professions where success lies in the details. Additionally, the IPS Black dramatically reduces the blue light level and displays a nearly borderless design on all sides of the screen that increases immersion and looks great anywhere. LG Display will showcase its IPS Black technology at CES 2022 via a 27-inch UHD monitor.

LG Display’s cutting edge and innovative display products will be showcased through its virtual exhibit on the official CES website only for its customers.

About LG Display

LG Display Co., Ltd. [NYSE: LPL, KRX: 034220] is the world leader in innovation in display technologies, including thin-film transistor liquid crystal displays and OLED displays. The company manufactures display panels in a wide range of sizes and specifications primarily for use in televisions, laptops, desktop monitors, and various other applications including tablets and mobile devices. LG Display currently operates manufacturing facilities in Korea and China, and back-end assembly facilities in Korea, China, and Vietnam. The company has approximately 63,360 employees operating worldwide. For more LG Display news and information, please visit www.lgdisplay.com.

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How Hillcrest’s century-old country club kept its cool https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/how-hillcrests-century-old-country-club-kept-its-cool/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 14:01:04 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/how-hillcrests-century-old-country-club-kept-its-cool/ Miles Aldridge / Trunk Archives There’s a story Hillcrest Country Club members love to tell about when Jack Benny came to greet Paramount co-founder Adolph Zukor, who was over 20 years his senior. Evaluating the comic, Zukor narrowed his eyes and said, “Benny? Are you still here ? It’s part of the club’s history, but […]]]>

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There’s a story Hillcrest Country Club members love to tell about when Jack Benny came to greet Paramount co-founder Adolph Zukor, who was over 20 years his senior. Evaluating the comic, Zukor narrowed his eyes and said, “Benny? Are you still here ?

It’s part of the club’s history, but things have changed a lot since its founding in 1920 to counterbalance the policies of other local clubs against authorization from Jewish members. It was the then Jewish country club, located not far from Beverly Hills and Fox Park, and it had a membership roster that included Groucho and Harpo Marx, George Burns, Danny Kaye and others of the biggest names in the world. 20th century box office. These days, you don’t need to be a tribal member to register, but you should be prepared to shell out the reported initiation fee of $ 185,000. Of course, this is only if you are invited.

famous members of the hillcrest country club

Hillcrest hijinks, left to right: Edgar Bergen, Harpo Marx, Ken Murray, Jack Benny, Groucho Marx, George Burns and (on the floor) Hal Block, in 1950. Below.

Courtesy of Marc Wanamaker / Bsion Archives

Today’s Angelenos have no shortage of choices when it comes to flashy country clubs, like the Riviera or Wilshire, or cool member-only spots like the San Vicente Bungalows. . As the world opens up and we all start to think about how and where we want to spend our time, and with whom, it is only fitting that a club like Hillcrest will be reconsidered. It is a testament to our current appetite for nostalgia and is reminiscent of simpler times, but not too simple.

“We now have a great golf course,” says one member, reminding us that networking once worked perfectly well without having to slip into someone’s DMs. “I would say one of the best in LA.” A member’s adult child notes enthusiastically, “The food is actually pretty good now. Let the latest batch of wonders take hold at Soho Warehouse in downtown Los Angeles; it’s a place to come for a casual dinner or a friendly game, or when your kids want to play Marco Polo without ending up on Deuxmoi.

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Hillcrest as it is today.

David Zaitz

For the crowd that gathers at Hillcrest (a group rumored to include Sidney Poitier, CAA big boss Rob Light and Television Academy president Bruce Rosenblum), the low-key atmosphere, where a golf score is a larger number than an Instagram account, is a point sale. (The club, which refused to speak to CGV, is notoriously shy of the press, another godsend for members.) As one regular who insisted on anonymity reveals, habits such as serious philanthropic giving are what will likely spur you on to sit in a lounge chair by the pool. “You can’t write a check to an organization just once,” snorts the member, “and hope to get in. “

Above all, in a city obsessed with its own image, history has value. Part of Hillcrest’s enduring appeal is its clear connection to the past and its status as an oasis founded by outsiders, to become itself decidedly old guard. It’s the kind of rags-to-riches story that would make a great movie, but it might just be the kind of thing that’s best discussed elsewhere.

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