Philco PC

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Synaptics Fuse Concept

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HTC Touch.B Interface (BrewMP)

2009-12-04 0 comments
HTC Touch.B Interface (BrewMP). Pretty basic for now.





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Pillows for techies

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Sharp Chocolate Phone

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Blobo is the New Way To Play! Forget gamepads, joystics and remotes

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Solar Impulse - Low Speed Test

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Car racing on 3 CRVDs

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Three CRVDs linked together for the ultimate immersive driving experience.
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Speaker Producing an Illminating Sound-space.

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ASUS UL Series- Possibilities UnLimited

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Future Laptop Concept called Rolltop

2009-11-17 0 comments
The device of the flexible display allows a new concept in notebook design growing out of the traditional bookformed laptop into unfurling and convolving portable computer.

By virtue of the OLED-Display technology and a multi touch screen the utility of a laptop computer with its weight of a mini-notebook and screen size of 13 inch easily transforms into the graphics tablet, which with its 17-inch flat screen can be also used as a primary monitor.

On top of everything else all computer utilities from power supply through the holding belt to an interactive pen are integrated in Rolltop. This is really an all-in-one gadget.




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CuteCircuit GalaxyDress at MSI

2009-11-16 0 comments
The Galaxy Dress is the center piece of the "Fast Forward: Inventing the Future" exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. The museum is celebrating its 75 years and has commissioned the GalaxyDress for their permanent collection.

The GalaxyDress provides a spectacular and mesmerizing effect being embroidered with 24000 color LEDs, it is the largest wearable display in the world. Constructed using the smallest full-color LEDs that are flat like paper and measuring only 2 by 2 mm.

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Opera Mobile 10 beta

2009-11-10 0 comments
The Mobile browsing revolution is now available for Nokia smartphones. Opera Mobile 10 beta brings powerful features to worlds most-used smartphone platform.
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Litl Webbook

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How the Freedom Leg gave Emma her independence

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Go beyond the limitations of crutches, wheelchairs, scooters. It is truly a off-loading prosthetic that allows the user to fully integrate the device into their lives, giving them complete mobility. The user has the ability to accomplish all their normal day to day tasks without assistance, while at the same time keeping the strength in upper muscles of the injured leg.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

2009-11-05 0 comments

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Ericsson Spider computer concept

2009-11-01 0 comments
A short video of Ericsson's vision of what a computer might look like in the year 2020, although there's still a lot of things that need to be done before we're there. The working unit doesn't house a PC as the moment, nor a battery, but is otherwise fully working and we might even end up seeing this as a retail product in the not to distant future.

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Humanoid robot ROPID

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Humanoid robot ROPID can jump 1/4 of its total body height!




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100" Multitouch Table - EM Spectrum Exhibit

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A view of the 100" multitouch, multiuser exhibit table developed by Ideum for Adventure Science Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The table has two computers and projects and a contiguous surface that allows several people to interact simultaneously with the same program.

With a 100" surface and an 86" viewable area is it among one of the largest contiguous multitouch tables ever developed. The screen has a 16 x 5 ratio aspect and a 2304 x 800 pixel, high-resolution screen.

The exhibit explores the electromagnetic spectrum. The extended aspect ratio mimics the spectrum itself, from radio waves to gamma rays. Visitors can then move images across the table and see how they are imaged in each waveform.

The exhibit displays a variety of celestial and terrestrial images in a variety of wavelengths. For example, NASA images of the sun can be seen in all wavelengths. Common and iconic objects were photographed in a variety of wavelengths. For example, a birthday cake with lit candles, a toy robot, an alarm clock, and even a hand holding an iPhone are seen in visible, infrared, ultraviolet, and x-ray.

The haptic tempered glass and aluminum and steel construction make the table incredibly durable. Blue LED lighting makes the table stand out.

The application was developed using Adobe Flash and GestureWorks, a multitouch framework and SDK for Flash.

This interactive exhibit will be part of the Space Chase Gallery at the Adventure Science Center. This exhibit will be open to the public on November 7th. The table is based on Ideum's commercially available MT-50 Multitouch Table.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness - unboxing and demo

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The Sony Ericsson Xperia X5 Pureness is a unique phone. It has a see-through display and a really slick looking design. What it lacks, however, is usability. But either way, it sure is interesting.
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Android 2.0 Official Video

2009-10-28 0 comments
Highlights from the latest Android platform release





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PETMAN Prototype

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Biped robot that balances dynamically using a human-like walking motion. It is a close relative to BigDog, sharing elements of the mechanical design and control.
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HTC HD2 unboxing

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Verizon Droid Preview (Android 2.0 Motorola)

2009-10-26 0 comments
Here is a preview of the unreleased and unofficially announced Verizon Android phone with Google's Android 2.0.




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iDriver - iPhone remote controlled car

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Sony VAIO L - computer and HDTV-TV in a single

2009-10-13 0 comments
Sony VAIO L Series
Sony Presents Its First Touch Screen All-in-one VAIO
The ideal 24-inch all-in-one PC, Sonys new VAIO L Series features multi-touch optical sensor display, Full HD resolution, and Blu-ray capabilities, all within a slim stylish profile




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Nissan Land Glider - an unusual electric concept car - Pics+Video

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nissan is preparing to show off their new two-seater land glider concept at the upcoming tokyo auto show.The concept car is not only a zero emission electric car but also features a unique design that leans into turns much like a motorcycle.
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Future Designer laptop - ROLLTOP

2009-10-08 0 comments
The device of the flexible display allows a new concept in notebook design growing out of the traditional bookformed laptop into unfurling and convolving portable computer.
By virtue of the OLED-Display technology and a multi touch screen the utility of a laptop computer with its weight of a mini-notebook and screen size of 13 inch easily transforms into the graphics tablet, which with its 17-inch flat screen can be also used as a primary monitor.

On top of everything else all computer utilities from power supply through the holding belt to an interactive pen are integrated in Rolltop. This is really an all-in-one gadget.

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HTC Touch HD2 Windows Mobile 6.5 - Pictures and Video

2009-10-07 0 comments
The HTC HD2, the first Windows phone with HTC Sense, a user interface first seen on the Android-based HTC Hero. With its massive 4.3-inch capacitive touch display, the HTC HD2 marks a radical change in HTC's Windows phone lineup

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Kohjinsha dual-screen swivel netbook prototype hands-on @ CEATEC

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Kohjinsha known for making neat convertible netbooks, is exhibiting a dual screen notebook at the CEATEC 2009 in Japan.
Like the Gscreen Spacebook which appeared in August the two screens slide behind each other for compact transport.
Specifications of the Dual Screen Notebook prototype include two 10.1-inch screens, AMD Athlon NeoMv-40 CPU, 4GB RAM and 160GB HDD.

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Copy Nokia N900 Quad Band Dual SIM Shake Sensor Cellphone

2009-09-30 0 comments
The Latest Nokia Style Cellphone support Dual Sim Dual Standby, Shake Screen and Songs, Gravity Sensor, 3.0 Inch 16:9 Touch Screen, Ebook, Moving QQ, Bluetooth, MP3/MP4, 0.3 Mega Pixel Camera function and so on, the Clone Nokia N900 Mobile Phone also support TV & FM Radio, you can enjoy your favourite programes at anywhere. Then it supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz bands, can be used worldwide !






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Dell's Latitude Z laptop - Pics+Video

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Latitude Z incorporates the convenience of a smart phone and more with mobile technology. Learn about its inductive charging and other first of its kind features.






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Honda U3-X - experimental personal vehicle

2009-09-25 0 comments
Honda has developed a new personal mobility technology, U3-X. It is a compact experimental device that fits comfortably between the riders legs, to provide free movement in all directions just as in human walking forward, backward, side-to-side, and diagonally. Honda will continue research and development of the device including experiments in a real-world environment to verify the practicality of the device.








This new personal mobility device makes it possible to adjust speed and move, turn and stop in all directions when the rider leans the upper body to shift body weight. This was achieved through application of advanced technologies including Hondas balance control technology, which was developed through the robotics research of ASIMO, Hondas bipedal humanoid robot, and the worlds first* omni-directional driving wheel system (Honda Omni Traction Drive System, or HOT Drive System), which enables movement in all directions, including not only forward and backward, but also directly to the right and left and diagonally. In addition, this compact size and one-wheel-drive personal mobility device was designed to be friendly to the user and people around it by making it easier for the rider to reach the ground from the footrest and placing the rider on roughly the same eye level as other people or pedestrians.

Key features of U3-X:

Free movement just as in human walking
1.Device control featuring application of balance control technology cultivated through ASIMO research:
The incline sensor detects the incline of the device based on the weight shift of the rider and determines the riders intention in terms of the direction and speed. Based on the data, precise control is applied to return the device to an upright position, which achieves smooth and agile movements and simple operation by weight shift only.

2.HOT Drive System (Omni-directional driving wheel system):
Honda developed the worlds first wheel structure which enables movement in all directions including forward, backward, side-to-side and diagonally. Multiple small-diameter motor-controlled wheels were connected in-line to form one large-diameter wheel. By moving the large-diameter wheel, the device moves forward and backward, and by moving small-diameter wheels, the device moves side-to-side. By combining these movements the device moves diagonally.

Compact size which fit between the users legs
3.Compact and innovative package:
The combination of the balance control technology and the HOT Drive System enabled the one-wheel style compact and innovative package of the device. In addition, the device adopts a light-weight monocoque body in which the foldable seat, footrests and body cover that also function as the frame are stored in the body of the device, achieving highly portable convenience.

Key specifications of the experimental model:
- Length×Width×Height(mm) = 315×160×650
- Weight = less than 10kg
- Battery Type = Lithium ion battery
- Operation time (with fully charged battery) = 1 hour

* Based on Hondas internal research

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