Forget about Google’s fancy radar, here’s a new kind of interface we want with our phone. OK. Maybe not. What you see here is an artificial skin that, incredibly like real, organic skin, is capable of responding to stroking, pinching, tapping and tickling.
INNOVENTIONS, Inc., a 35-year-old Huston-based technology company, has announced it has received U.S. patent for a “back of the hand” virtual touchpad solution it has developed.
What you see here is a glove, a 3D printed glove from Jaguar Land Rover’s Garden site, also the home to one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the U.K. Yes. Affirmative. That is a glove, alright. However, it is not the glove you thought you know.
Most people will remember Tap Strap, the “keyboard” with no keys, because, it is so ridiculous and yet it actually worked. Well, it now has a new model that is even more capable called Tap Strap 2.
Imagine walking into your home and setting down your smartphone on your table, and it begins to charge. That sure sounds like something straight out of science fiction, but it is not. Formica has made it happened with its wireless charging laminate called Intentek.
As the calendar changes from the 2010s to the 2020s, it seems that technology is evolving faster and faster, making major changes to the way we live. So, what will be the next big technology trends in the twenties, and how will they affect your life?
Hand controllers for VR, though necessary, are silly. They are good if you are holding a weapon say, a gun or Lightsaber, in the VR world, but not when you want to experience the dexterity of your digits like you do in the real world. You will need a VR gloves for the latter, or […]
After showing off it is capable of pulling off back flip and executing parkour maneuvers, Boston Dynamics’ bipedal humanoid, Atlas, recently showed that it can do more parkour.
Forget about those inflatable dinosaur costumes. If you really want to be convincing as a dinosaur and looks menacing at the same time, you need to do what Dutch engineering student Esmée Kramer did: Projector Raptor: A Mechanical Dinosaur Costume.
Airbags serve to protect occupants from potentially deadly impacts on most parts of the vehicle’s interior. But what about impact between say, the driver and the passenger? Well, for that, Hyundai Motor Group will have you and your passenger covered in its future cars.