Sneaker Speaker

2011-05-25 0 comments


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Imaginary Phone

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Imaginary Phone allows users to control their mobile devices without taking it out of their pocket. Instead, users mimic the interaction on the palm of their hand. The interaction is tracked by a wearable depth camera which sends input events to the actual physical device. By mimicking the layout of the physical device, here an iPhone, users can operate the device based on spatial memory built up while using the physical device.


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Bicycle with a projector

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WISB - walking impairment sport bike

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Flexible OLED display from NHK

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World's first Super Hi-Vision LCD on the horizon; 16 Times more detail than 1080p

2011-05-19 0 comments


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Olloclip - removable lens 3-in-1 iPhone

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Toshiba 8-inch Glasses-Free 3D Display at SID 2011

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4.3-inch display, a concept from LG

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LG Display 4.3-inch bistable display concept at SID 2011


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Telepresence Robot

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Race a jet aircraft with augmented reality

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Nokia N9 - the first teaser video

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Seagate GoFlex Satellite - wireless mobile hard drive

2011-05-17 0 comments


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Android-powered labyrinth at Google I/O 2011

2011-05-16 0 comments


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Rotary Speaker Dock for iPhone Hive 4

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Hanfree - "universal" holder for iPad

2011-05-12 0 comments
Hanfree: a cool accessory for the iPad 2


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RoboDynamics Luna - robot for $ 1000

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Luna by RoboDynamics is world's first personal robot designed for mass adoption.


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She is a human sized and beautifully designed personal robot based on standard PC architecture and a Linux based operating system with WiFi, touchscreen display, cameras, microphone array, speakers, lot of expansion ports and even an App Store.

A Limited Edition Luna personal robot will ship in 4th Quarter 2011 and will be available for pre-orders starting May 11th.

General availability will begin in the second half of 2012 and pricing/order will be announced later this year.

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Will it Blend - Kinect for Xbox 360

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Swiss "Jetman" flies over Grand Canyon

2011-05-11 0 comments
Swiss "Jetman" Yves Rossy completed an eight-minute flight along the Grand Canyon on Saturday, one day later than planned and away from the media spotlight.


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Optionally Piloted Aircraft System

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Northrop Grumman Unveils Firebird; Newest Intel Gathering, Optionally Piloted Aircraft System


Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) unveiled Firebird, a new intel gathering aircraft system designed to be flown manned, or unmanned. Firebird allows military users to get real-time high-definition video, view infrared imagery, use radar and even listen in on communications signals -- all at the same time.

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Touch screen with feedback

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A Touch Screen In The Palm Of Your Hand


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revOlve - phone charging kinetic

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Extreme Case for MacBook

2011-05-06 0 comments


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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 - in action

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Exclusive working Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Hands On


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New flexible displays from E Ink

2011-05-05 0 comments


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Flexible smartphone PaperPhone

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Paper computer shows flexible future for smartphones and tablets


PaperPhone is the world's first nextgen, thin film smartphone and interactive paper computer. It is based on a 3.7" flexible electrophoretic (E Ink) display that does not consume electricity when it is not refreshed. Thinfilm sensors allow the phone to respond to bending of the screen to navigate pages in ebooks, play or pause mp3s, make phone calls, or navigate apps. A flexible wacom tablet allows users to draw on the screen with a pen as if it were a sheet of paper.



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AIDA 2.0 - car navigation Projection

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The AIDA project (Affective, Intelligent Driving Agent), a collaboration between Volkswagen of America and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (SENSEable City Lab), is a platform comprising of an intelligent navigation system that aims to bring an innovative driving experience. We envision a navigation system that becomes familiar with both the driver and the city. Instead of focusing solely on determining routes to a specified waypoint, our system utilizes analysis of driver behavior in order to identify the set of goals the driver would like to achieve. Furthermore, AIDA involves an understanding of the city beyond what can be seen through the windshield, incorporating information such as business and shopping districts, tourist and residential areas, as well as real-time event information.


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custom-made quadcopter.

2011-05-04 0 comments


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Samsung Sliding PC 7 Hands On

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Walking sculpture using a 3D printer

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Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard

2011-05-02 0 comments


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