This is a drivable spider robot built by special effect bloke Matt Denton. Technically, it is a hexapod, or an insect if you will, because it has six legs and not legs which spiders has.
Remember Google Smart Contact Lens and the smart contact lens developed by University of Washington? Well, the Mojo Vision Smart Contact Lens is not those. Using tears to measure blood sugar level is a science hard to prove, but putting augmented reality right on your eyeball may just work.
I am sure most people are familiar with suppressor or as its inventor calls it as “silencer.” Invented by Hiram Percy Maxim, it was designed to muffle the acoustic intensity of a firearm. The giant-ass, man’s anatomy-like contraption you see above is that – a silencer – but designed for use on a howitzer gun.
With claim of LiDAR destroying camera’s sensor, we ought to be mindful not to put all our faith in this autonomous car-essential sensor. Notwithstanding that, I think there’s no doubt that radars and LiDAR will still be in the picture, but cameras for self-driving cars may be just as in important.
The last you expect to see at CES is a toilet paper manufacturer and yet, here we are, seeing P&G’s Charmin at CES. But no, the company is not showing new toilet paper technology. In fact, Charmin is with Charmin GoLab to show three developments that are very much tech-related.
We may not have a BB-8 here on Earth, but there’s Samsung Ballie. In many ways, Ballie is similar to BB-8. For starter, it rolls like BB-8 and it is also a life companion to you. But those are where the similarities stop.
This is NEON, an AI-driven avatar born out of Samsung’s Star Labs and it is as ambitious as it is ambiguous. Ambitious as in what Star Labs is trying to do is to create an artificial human that behaves like real human and has the ability to interact with real humans, show emotions and demonstrate […]
The post title pretty much sums up what Noveto Smart Audio is about. It is a dynamic focused sound solution that lets an individual consume audio that only he or she can hear without the use of headphones.
The SoundShirt you see here is like the Woojer Edge Haptic Feedback Wearable. It lets a person wearing it feel music. However, unlike Woojer, SoundShirt by tech fashion company CuteCircuit is designed for the deaf.
While we are dying to know why Talking Cat can talk like a regular person in Rick and Morty’s universe (or universes?), here on Earth we have a dog that kind of talks. Unlike the eccentric Talking Cat, Christina Hunger’s canine friend does not actually talk with voice. That will totally creep everyone out.