For years, automobiles have benefited from head-up displays. Also for years, companies have been trying to bring the tech to motorcycle riders. BMW is one such company that has been developing HUD for motorcycles. While its HUD helmet did not come to fruition the idea of ConnectedRide HUD lives on as BMW Motorrad ConnectedRide Smartglasses.
If you really think about it, smart glasses like the TCL RayNeo X2 revealed earlier this year are essentially a pair of eyewear with a head-up display or HUD. The Minimis Glass from Sydney-based startup Minimis Technologies is no different, except that it does not need a smartphone to work.
You know how some sci-fi movies had a bunch of people around a meeting table that were not actually there? They were realistic virtual projections of the meeting attendees. The Project Starline is Google’s attempt to replicate this sci-fi technology.
Want to enjoy 3D images but VR headsets made you crazy dizzy? Well, fret not, the Sony ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Display is here to help. Just kidding. It is not because the Sony ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Display is not exactly a consumer electronics. Plus, it isn’t going to be cheap.
Head-up display has been around for decades and while seemingly rare, its adoption has seen more widespread adoption than you may have thought. But I think none will come close to what the new BMW head-up display called BMW Panoramic Vision has to offer.
Want the immersion of virtual reality but don’t want a gadget strapped to your head? A few years ago, this contradicting demand may sound absolutely ridiculous but hey, we are in the future now and so it is totally possible.
After making smartphones with a big display in a relatively compact factor (i.e. folding phones) a norm, Samsung now wants to do the same for PC too. At the recent Intel Innovation 2022 Keynote, Dr. JS Choi, president and CEO of Samsung Display, showed off “the world’s first 17-inch slidable display for PCs globally.”
Following the M1 Pro and M1 Max chip introduced last year, Apple has revealed a new flagship chip for personal computing, called M1 Ultra. With the M1 Ultra, Apple is staking a claim as the world’s most powerful chip for a personal computer.
Keen eye readers may have noticed that we have tagged this post as “computer monitor” and “novelty”. But why? Because, the Cary Works ViewEdge R2 are both.
Oh, look, Samsung has an answer to Google’s Jamboard, and it is very aptly called Samsung Flip Digital Flip Chart Display. Like the Jamboard, Flip Digital is the a high-tech take of the good’ol whiteboard and it is designed to encourage collaboration and well, sharing of ideas in space-starved office space. Disregarding workflow, logically, Samsung …