As the name suggests, the Hilltop House sits at the crest of a rolling hill overlooking Georgian Bay. It takes advantage of the spot by burying its second level in the ground, making it appear as if it's a simple bungalow from the entrance. Instead, it offers nearly 7,000 square feet of space, with four bedrooms, two ensuites, and a rec room downstairs and the kitchen, dining and living areas, and a home office above. A slightly bent shape and tons of windows give the house great views and plenty of natural light, and the Western red cedar siding gives the home a more approachable look.
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We all have gadgets. Few of us completely understand how they work. Kano DIY Gadget Kits are fun ways to learn more about our electronic existence while making some useful toys. One kit lets you build a camera, learning more about photography by selecting lenses, and making filters, while another is a simple grid of pixels you can hook up and program to do everything from displaying sports scores to playing simple tilt-based games. Finally, the speaker kit lets you wire up a Bluetooth speaker of your very own, and adds a synthesizer to the mix to help you learn about electronic music. All three kits work with simple software that lets you add custom functions, and can be purchased separately or in a bundle.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus carry Apple's most advanced cameras yet. Make them even more powerful with Olloclip iPhone 7 Lenses. They come in three different sets, including the Core, with fisheye, super-wide, and 15x macro lenses, the Active, with ultra-wide and 2x telephoto lenses, and the Macro, with 7x, 14x, and 21x options. All of the multi-element glass makes use of the slip-on mount that keeps the lens flush with the camera, and can be paired with the optional Ollo Case for added protection.