Wireless detachable DSLR lens for iPhone (Concept)

2011-04-29 0 comments
The primary reason why you can take better pictures with a DSLR than with your iPhone isn't the sensor, it's the lens. This concept camera keeps all that sexy DSLR glass, and then makes the rest of the camera into something that's iPhone-sized and detachable, even while you're taking pics.

The basic idea behind the WVIL concept is that you can take any lens that you already have (Canon, Nikon, anything) and screw a little cap onto the back which contains a 31 megapixel full-frame sensor and a wireless module.







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Samsung RF712 notebook with 3D display

2011-04-28 0 comments


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Video playback on Moonlight on Android

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User-Friendly Hidden Camera Looks like an AC Adapter

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Darth Vader - Projection Alarm Clock for geeks

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Sony unveils two tablet PC

2011-04-27 0 comments


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Automatic slingshot

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Gatling guns have been the first firearms with a firing rate close to modern machine guns. Their principle is easy: A set of rotating barrels is turned by cranking a wheel, with one barrel after the other firing a round when it is in shooting position. This makes them technically and legally a repeating gun, not a full auto one - but it is close enough.

The Slingshot Channel took the challenge to design a rubber powered version of Mr. Gatling's great invention. And here it is: Eight 20 mm balls, on their way to the target in less than half a second. The theoretical firing rate is 960 rounds per minute, slightly faster than the popular M16 assault rifle.


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Music Vibratron

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Don-8r - robot beggar

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Airpiano

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Portable Solar Energy Gadget

2011-04-26 0 comments


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DryCASE - Waterproof case

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First Look at the XIO Gaming VR Simulator Prototype

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The latest version of the LittleDog Robot

2011-04-20 0 comments
This is the more advanced version of this robot, created by the University of Southern California. The robot is completely autonomous and trained by machine learning algorithms. The video is real-time, i.e., not sped up.


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Projection touch screen

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Hands on with the Light Blue Optics Light Touch


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Bridgestone Aerobee E-paper

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The most expensive in the world of 3D-TV

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WVIL unbelievable new camera at CES 2011

2011-04-14 0 comments
Saw this crazy new camera on the floor of CES and had to post. The guys who made it say it shoots with the lens removed and boasts 31 megapixels! WTF? Plus I'm not totally sure but it looks like the back of the camera is a smartphone?? And he mentioned about posting your photos directly to Facebook. Tried to ask the guy but he didn't want me shooting after his phone rang.

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JawSaw - a useful tool

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The WORX JawSaw is perfect for cutting back those unwanted tree branches. Easy to use and covered saw provides added safety compared to a chainsaw.


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Bulletproof plates for papers

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OLED panel lighting from Verbatim

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Verbatim has launched the world's first commercially available, colour tunable organic LED (OLED) lighting panels at the Fuori Salone show in Milan. The OLEDs are based on unique materials technology developed by Verbatim's parent company, Mitsubishi Chemical Holding Group which, as one of the world's major chemical companies, has over 50 years' experience in developing lighting materials. Full-scale production of OLED panels will start from July.


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The video shows how Verbatim demonstrated the creativity and beauty of colour tunable and white tone tunable OLED panels, thought to be the world's largest at approximately 14cm x 14cm*. Its display, created by lighting designer Satoshi Uchihara, was located in the Design Library srl, Via Savona 11, 20144 Milan.

The large surfaces of Verbatim OLEDs, branded VELVE, produce a soft light, free from glare and with deeply saturated colours. The OLEDs, which do not contain hazardous materials, are very efficient, producing 28 lumens per Watt output at 1000 cd/m2 with accurate colour rendering (high CRI). Colour tuning and white tone tuning allow the mood of a space to be varied to suit its function at the time. For example, it may be changed from a workspace requiring bright, cool light, to a place of relaxation with warm, subdued lighting.

The panels are designed for general lighting, furniture lighting and other applications. Verbatim sells the OLEDs directly to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in these sectors.

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Tour of the Americas with Kinect

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Japan brings 3D to iPad and iPhone

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Animated model of landing on Mars

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Hours Serendipity

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Snake Robot Climbs a Tree

2011-04-13 0 comments
From the Biorobotics Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, a snake robot (Snakebot) demonstrates how it can climb a tree and look around.

Please keep in mind that this robot climbed a specific tree with a specific trunk width about 1 meter off of the ground. The researchers working to design, build and program these robots still have much work to do to get these bots to climb taller trees of various sizes and to navigate over branches and wires.


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Home Brewery

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WAVEDRUM

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HTC Sensation

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Introducing HTC Sensation, a multimedia superphone -- featuring premium unibody aluminum design with true widescreen qHD display, rich high-fidelity audio, advanced entertainment capabilities with HTC Watch, full HD video recording, instant capture camera and an immersive HTC Sense experience that sets a new multimedia high for smartphones.


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Huge Docking station for iPhone 4

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The iPhone is huge, we all know. Tons of companies bring portable docking stations to the market for consumers, but what about one in your Coffee table? Let's make it motorized as well, to allow the customer to use the table as... well a table, then when they want music, Swipe their hands across the touch sensitive controls and the hi...gh quality sound rises from what looked like was a design in the table. Swipe again, your music stops, and the motorized sound-bar , equipped with 8 high-end transducer speakers, glides right back down as if there was nothing even there. Topping it all off, there is a 6" down-firing subwoofer to complete the crystal clear sound.




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Introducing, the entirely Hand-crafted iTable. This coffee table, has two aluminum trimmed cup-holders, that will light your drinks up with the touch of a button. On the front, there is 4 controls. LED on/off, Volume up & Down, and the motorization control. Each button was laser engraved, then hand-cut to fit on the control pad. Simply touch the metal buttons to activate each identified switch. touch both volume up & down at the same time, and you will mute the song playing on your iPhone 4, that was charging ever since you docked the device into the table.

The design of this table is pretty contemporary. With 96 stainless steel hex-head bolts holding on the the wrap-around rails, all spaced with custom milled 1/4" spacers. The top is a flat black surface, that has a finish that is almost scratch-proof.

This table is made for the iPhone 4, but can be interchangeable upon request to fit your device. This is the debut of this category produced by Kyle Buckner Designs. INC., but stay tuned for an entire line of the interactive furniture. "Connect With Your Furniture."

If you are interested in a Kyle Buckner Design's "iTable", Please email kyle@kylebucknerdesigns.com

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Octopus walking table

2011-04-12 1 comments


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New User Interface Symbian

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47-inch transparent IPS LCD display with multitouch and Full HD resolution

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Electric Race Car

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How to Make a Multitouch Table

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Low-cost multitouch solution using:

- 2 chairs
- acrylic sheet
- paper
- projector
- mirror
- infrared camera (you can make one from a normal webcam)
- computer

Shadows on the surface are tracked and sent to multitouch applications as touch positions. This technique is known as "front diffused illumination".


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Robot playing bowling

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Chris Barnes takes on EARL - the Enhanced Automated Robotic Launcher - the new bowling robot at the International Training and Research Center in Arlington.


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Head Tracking for iPad: Glasses-Free 3D Display

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A 360 lens for making panoramic video with the iPhone4

2011-04-11 0 comments


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Superbus First Ride

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Wubbo Ockels , inventor, made the first ride of the Superbus Vehicle designed by Antonia Terzi. Superbus drives 250 km/h on a special track and drives also on hignways and secondary roads. The propulsion is electroc. Superbus is and innovative new pubic transport and a project of the Delft University of Technology. Joris Melkert is forms next to Ockels and Terzi the team that leads the project.


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Robot waiter

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Magic Button

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Hack an Easy Button into an AWESOME Button! This USB button types in a random synonym for the word awesome when it's pressed. It works with any computer and in any application. Learn how to make your own custom USB devices using the Teensy USB microcontroller.




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Spider KMR-M6

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Kondo Robot announced a new, low cost, hexapod robot design with surprising flexibility, performance, and customizability. The robots unique leg design incorporates springs and linkages only requiring two servos per leg while improving the hexapod's ability to deal with uneven terrain and obstacles. The robots base frames can be easily fabricated or modified by builders to realize custom configurations.




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Aurasma Demo

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Autonomy, a leading enterprise infrastructure company has a new technology that can change the way we look at and interact with physical objects. Called Aurasmsa, it works with smart phone and tablets to, in real time, turn static images or even objects into videos, games and interactive experiences. Aim your phone at a building and see a video about that building. Aim it at a picture in a newspaper and launch an interactive experience.




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Management of electronic circuits from the Android

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Realistic robots Geminoids

2011-04-07 0 comments
Meeting of 3 Geminoids at ATR in March 2011. A landmark in a
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GM's EN-V Concept Car Tackles Urbanization

2011-04-05 0 comments
Take a look inside GM's new EN-V concept car as Chris Borroni-Bird explains how this zero-emission, electric vehicle could serve as the automobile solution of the future. One major societal trend that GM is addressing with the EN-V is urbanization. Borroni-Bird touches on the six key issues facing the mobility of people living in big cities (Energy, Environment, Safety, Congestion, Parking and Affordability) and how the two-wheeled EN-V addresses each issue.


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Teleconference with Kinect

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Kinect controls Windows 7

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New graphics card from AMD

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New graphics card from AMD


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