Designer launches Tinker Bell inspired clothing collection at London fashion week

Tinker Bell inspired clothing collection

London fashion week has been on the roll with designers emphasizing more on technology inspired clothing collection. British designer, Richard Nicoll have also launched his Spring/Summer 2015 collection that is designed with an idea of welcoming the future and merging it with elements of the past too. The designer has taken inspiration from famous fictional character Tinker bell and has collaborated with Disney for five of the 25 outfits for this stunning collection. However, the most eye-catching dress from his collection is a fashionable hi-tech dress that will even impress the likes of Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Fergie.
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Is Kia K3 smartwatch, smart enough?

Kia K3 smartwatch

There is no doubting the popularity of smartwatches in the west, with basically every electronic company coming up with their smartphone compatible versions of a smartwatch. Automotive manufacturers also have pounced into the smartwatch market but with a very different take on how it functions. We saw Nissan Nismo smartwatch that connects to the driver and now Kia Motors have revealed their vision of a smartwatch that functions more like a remote key fob rather than a smartwatch that connects you to the cloud.
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Intel teams up with Oregon State University students to create a smart helmet

Smart helmet by Oregon State University & Intel

Intel have partnered with students at Oregon State University to create a smart safety helmet for cyclists. Referred as black box helmet, the built-in sensors record data and happenings during the crash. It is connected to a smartphone and comes equipped with accelerometers, above-the-ear speakers, a microphone, an LED headlamp and a 3.7V, 2600mAh lithium-ion battery to offer information to the rider. In case of an accident, it can make emergency calls on the behalf of the cyclist and can also assist the medical authorities by providing them the recorded data.
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Wearable K is Kia Motors’ take on future of personal mobility

Kia Motors Wearable K

Kia Motors did manage to create waves at the Busan International Motor Show not only with its automotive technology but also with its vision for the future wearable technology. They showed off the Wearable K personal mobility device made under its Future Mobility Lab. This wearable gadget hooks onto your shoes and thereafter you can traverse any road at the top speed of 15 km/h for a distance of 10 km on one charge. The wearable gadget with roller blades hooks onto the feet (with or without shoes) and has two tires each for maximum stability.
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AvaTech SP1 smart device alerts about avalanche prone areas

AvaTech SP1

AvaTech SP1 Smartprobe

There are very few gadgets to alert mountain hikers, skiers and snowboarders from the danger of avalanches. Well, a smart tool has been developed for the safety of these adventure seekers. Christened the AvaTech SP1, the device measure snowpack structure, slope angle and aspect and geo-tag it all within seconds. Mounted on the top of a probe, the tool provides a crowd-sourced snowpack database to alert people about the danger zones. The robust SP1 comes with a collapsible 150cm probe that folds easily in your backpack. It is equipped with Bluetooth so that the user can wirelessly send snowpack data to his smartphone via the Snowpro app and to AvaTech’s database also.
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Windows GoFone is the first ever Windows 8.1 phone spotted in the cloud

Windows GoFone

By the look of things Windows Phone branding could have a major revamping as a smartphone having the Windows Phone 8.1 has surfaced in the cloud. Windows GoFone by British cellular company My Go is the first ever phone that has the overhauled Windows branding with the ‘Phone’ word nowhere to be seen in the logo. It’s just Windows GoFone as you can see from the screenshot of this 4.7 inch smartphone. The details of this Windows phone are up on the company’s website and they are impressive alright.
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Kormaran convertible speedboat can switch between six modes

Kormaran convertible speedboat

Kormaran convertible speedboat

Kormaran is a luxury boat concept that just like in sci-fi movies, can transform into various configurations in the blink of an eye. The convertible speedboat can switch between six modes and can be used as a monohull, catamaran, trimaran and a high speed and fuel-efficient flightmode. Besides that it can be transformed into bathing mode that offers a luxury sunbathing platform. A Nightmode is also available. The idea for this incredible concept was born back in 2007 whereas the company was founded in Salzburg in 2010. The first prototype was completed in 2012 and now the company has unveiled their new advanced prototype.

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TAG Heuer smartwatch coming early next year and it’s going to be nothing like Apple Watch

TAG Heuer Smartwatch Baselworld

Come Baselworld 2015 and you could be seeing a TAG Heuer smartwatch stealing the show. Jean-Claude Biver, the head of TAG Heuer’s parent company LVMH confirmed that the Swiss watch-making company is going to go ahead with the trending wearable technology and make a smartwatch. He also added by saying that the smartwatch is not going to be a copy of Apple Watch in any way as it is too feminine and lacks sex appeal! Biver hinted that the smartwatch will be shown-off at Baselworld watch expo in March, but refused to give any details or specifications that would encapsulate this smartwatch.
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PlayStation 4 inspired custom sneakers costs $950

JRDN 4 X PS4 custom sneakers by Jonny Barry

JRDN 4 X PS4 custom sneakers by Jonny Barry

If you cannot describe your love for the Sony’s PlayStation 4 in words, then we suggest, you should try to it express with your shoes. Well, Jonny Barry from FreakerSNEAKS actually have developed a trick to do that with his new custom sneakers. Dubbed JRDN 4 X PS4, the custom sneakers combines the classic Air Jordan 4 silhouette with the elements of PlayStation 4. Loyal to Sony products, the idea came to Jonny from his decision of buying the PS4 on release day. Therefore, his vision pushed him to try this idea onto a pair of Air Jordan IV’s.
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Trend Coaster lets you surf the trending internet wave, literally!

Trend Coaster Yahoo Japan

We are all acquainted with the term riding the internet wave, essentially used when you surf the internet for long durations, virtually riding a wave of information. Taking cues from this, in Japan people are now able to surf the internet literally on a roller coaster ride with the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset providing all the visual elements. Yahoo being the search engine giant in Japan, is used for this roller coaster ride, as one gets on-board a roller-coaster simulator which provides all the physical input just like a racing simulator. As you go on the ride you’ll see all the relevant pictures, quotes, tweets etc. to make the ride visually appealing.
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