Tagged: Future gadgets

CES 2017: Cerevo Taclim provides realistic stimuli of walking on terrain

Taclim

Virtual reality and augmented reality are bringing us closer to experiencing real world stimulus from the comfort of our homes. Wearing a head mounted display and moving around in VR environment, but the real simulation comes when you have tactile feedback in your body parts too. With this is mind Japanese company Cerevo has developed a pair of gloves and shoes which literally puts you in the boots of the character you are playing in game.
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Exciting gadgets and technologies expected in 2017

Gesture control future of Virtual Reality

As years roll by, the consumer technology keeps advancing. The speed at which this is happening is so fast that the older generation can’t keep up with this change. However, for the younger generation, this is an opportunity to discover and invest in some of the coolest gadgets to arrive in 2017. We have therefore compiled a short list of what is to be expected. There are hints everywhere, so this list is just one of those convenient things you ought to familiarize yourself with.
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Portal is a wearable smartphone with a flexible display

Portal is a wearable smartphone with a flexible display

Portal wearable smartphone with a flexible display

Wearable gadgets are trending like anything and there are numerous examples of intuitive wearable technology applications that are all set to revolutionize the gadget market. Portal by Arubixs is one flexible wearable smartphone that will remind of all the sci-fi movies with the fancy electronics fit for altering the climax. Deemed as flexible, shatterproof, waterproof (up to 10 meters) and made from the new age electronic components, this wearable smartphone is on a mission to eliminate all the anomalies with current day smartphones and mobile devices. This new age wearable phone made from resistive Kevlar material is targeted for geeks, professionals and active individuals who like to flaunt their gadgets like a piece of jewelry, and for good reasons too.
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Virtual projection keyboard technology with haptic feedback on palm of your hand

Virtual projection keyboard technology with haptic feedback on palm of your hand

3D projection systems and interfaces are going to be the future of technology implied in gizmos and gadgets which already are an integral part of our life. Just like the 3dim Tech’s gesture control technology, the design team over at University of Tokyo headed by professor Masatoshi Ishikawa and Hiroyuki Shinoda have developed a interface system that projects a virtual keyboard or any other interactive display on your hand, paper or any other random surface for providing input to your gadget(s). Powered by around 2,000 ultrasonic wave emitters that provide haptic feedback for action or pressure on the keyboard keys that are virtually projected on your hand, the new technology has immense potential for the future.
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The eye-tracking device knows what you hanker for

Just imagine you enter a store and as you look around, an eye-tracking device figures out what you are gazing at and allows the shopkeeper to display products that you’re looking for? Shopping experience par excellence! A prototype of an eye-tracking gadget, which will make this realty someday, has been readied by Andreas Bulling, of Max Planck Institute for Informatics in Saarbrucken, Germany along with Hans Gellersen and Yanxia Zhang of Lancater University, UK. Dubbed the SideWays, the eye-tracking device has been designed to track the gaze of almost fourteen people of different heights, ages and eye-colors. Read More…

Glasses with built-in HD camera records in any direction you see

If you’re waiting for the Google Glass, you may not be too fascinated with this pair of glasses from Thanko Japan. However, if you’re an avid adventurer or a bicyclist who has owned a few head mounted cameras, this will be a perfect replacement. Equipped with an ultra-compact camera in the hinge of the frame and a micro-SD card slot in the inside of the temple, the glasses records videos in Full-HD at 20 ~ 30fps (now that beats your action camera, hands down). So, whether you’re travelling or walking, playing to hiking, you can be shooting a real-time movie of all you do just wearing your glasses to watch it later. Cool right?

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