Lockheed Martin is developing exoskeletons for the US Navy

Lockheed Martin FORTIS exoskeleton

Lockheed Martin, American global advanced technology company is developing exoskeletons for the US Navy. The futuristic, unpowered and light-weight exoskeletons are being designed to provide strength, flexibility and endurance to its wearer. In the first agreement, the Navy will use two FORTIS exoskeletons units to carry heavy loads for the testing purpose. In this initial process, the company will be moving further to upgrade the device so that it can be used in Navy shipyards. FORTIS will allow the wearer to use heavy tools with a much less effort. Thus, the operator will be able to hold heavy equipment for a longer period with much less muscle fatigue.
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Omate X smartwatch is fashionable and pocket-friendly

Omate X smartwatch

If you are looking for an elegant and fashionable watch for everyday use, then the Omate X smartwatch is for you. It is the first smartphone companion smartwatch by Omate and was announced on the first anniversary of its Kickstarter project for the TrueSmart watch. The Omate X connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and is compatible with both Android and iOS. The watch on your wrist keeps you connected to the world with push notifications such as incoming calls, social media updates, reminders and your music too.
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How about a wearable chair?

Chairless Chair by Noonee

Noonee, a Zurich-based startup has developed a chair that doesn’t come anywhere close to a looking like a chair but can come to your aid whenever needed. Dubbed The Chairless Chair, it can be worn like an exoskeleton and can assist you like a chair anywhere. The device offers full mobility and is specifically created for production line workers who are required to stand for a major part of their work schedule. The wearable chair is designed to make the work process comfortable and reduce the risk of exposure to muscle related disorders.
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Artist uses Electronic Make-up to transform a model’s face

Nobumichi Asai Electronic Make-up

Japanese projection-mapping artist Nobumichi Asai is well known for using computer generated images to project onto cars, docks, building and other objects. However, stretching the boundaries of his creations, he had come up with a unique canvas for his latest work: a real human face. Along with a team of creative digital designers, CGI experts, and make-up artists, Nobumichi has developed Omote, a combination of real-time face tracking and projection mapping. This futuristic technology transforms a model’s face into mesmerizing patterns.
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Now you can build a Lego brick drone at home

Lego drone kit

How about building your own drone with Lego bricks? You can actually do that now. Lego Brick Drone project by GenCode Systems, Inc. gives you an opportunity to build a DIY drone kit at home with your friends and family, thus adding lot of fun and education to the experience. Easy to fly and simple to maintain, the drone mostly uses bricks for construction except electronics, hardware and motor mounts for safety. Once glued together and fitted with all the relevant rotors and control mechanisms, the lightweight Lego drone is powerful enough to lift a GoPro action camera.
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Self-Driving lorry convoys to hit UK roads by 2015

Self-Driving lorry convoy

After self-driving cars and robotic motorcycles, it time to turn our attention towards the self-driving lorry convoy that could hit UK roads as early as next year. The technology has been developed with a purpose to cut fuel consumption, improve road safety and to offer increased comfort to the drivers. The autonomous technology will allow the lorry convoy to travel very close to each other. However, the fleet of these vehicles will be controlled by a driver in the front vehicle. Infrared cameras and laser sensors will be used to monitor vehicle movements and the lorries will be able to communicate with each other through Wi-Fi.
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Sharp Aquos Crystal mid-ranged smartphone with edge-to-edge display

Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone

Have you been fascinated with edge-to-edge screens? Have you been waiting for an iPhone without a bezel? Well, before Apple could deliver an iPhone in the segment, home appliance giant, Sharp in collaboration with Sprint has launched the Aquos Crystal smartphone with edge-to-edge display in the US. Sharp has eliminated the bezel on the sides and the top of the screen – making it the first phone with thinnest bezel.
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Low priced Asus smartwatch all set to be revealed at IFA 2014

Asus smartwatch

Come September 3rd at the IFA in Berlin and you could be seeing the cheapest Android Wear smartwatch by Asus make a strong presence. In a tweet by Asus it is stated “Something #Incredible is going to happen at #IFA2014, see you there!” Along with a teaser picture that clearly shows the silhouette shot of a square shaped smartwatch. According to TechCrunch who have sources close to the people at Asus, this smartwatch will have an AMOLED display and will make its debut at IFA in Berlin.
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Sony to release a perfume bottle shaped selfie camera

perfume bottle shaped Cyber-shot camera

The craze of taking selfies has turned into an obsession all over the globe and we don’t think it is going to stop anytime soon. Taking advantage of this increasing addiction, Sony is about to release a Cyber-shot camera with a larger viewfinder and an equally large camera sensor too. However, that’s not it as the device is designed with an interesting theme, making it look like a luxurious perfume bottle. For the female enthusiasts, this is surely an icing on the cake.
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LG IPS 21:9 Curved UltraWide Monitor to be revealed at the IFA 2014

LG IPS 21 9 Curved UltraWide Monitor at the IFA 2014

LG is all set to revolutionize the curved screen higher resolution display market with world’s first IPS 21:9 Curved UltraWide Monitor at the IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. The 34-inch monitor will have unmatchable picture quality and many ways to connect with other compatible devices. The large display having Model No. 34UC97 is going to be ideally suited for professional as well as home entertainment users who crave a large screen with immersive curved credentials. LG is targeting digital photographers and filmmakers as the prospect buyers of this curved display, with a Quad HD resolution display of 3440 x 1440 pixels which gives them the level of detail and accuracy idyllic to their work requirements.
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