Wonder Vision Sphere 5.2 Immersive Screen: We Tried It

At Inter Bee 2016,  I stumbled onto the Sphere 5.2 by Wonder Vision. This display setup is designed to be an immersive display which provides a half-sphere projection surface for any kind of imaging content, whether it is video or real-time 3D. The experience was very enjoyable. The Sphere...

Forscher überlisten Gesichtserkennungssysteme mit bunten Brillen

Bild (a) zeigt eine Verhinderung von Gesichtserkennung. Die Bilder (b)–(d) zeigen Impersonation-Attacken, wobei unten immer die Personen sind, die mit der Brille „nachgeahmt“ wurden.Foto: Auszug aus der Studie. Bunte Brillen können gängige Gesichtserkennungssysteme &uum...

Adobe’s Project VoCo Could Be The ‘Photoshop’ For Audio

Adobe’s Photoshop is a tool used by many professionals in the photography and graphics editing industry. It lets users touch up photos as well as manipulate them by erasing certain objects, adding objects, merging photos, and so on. Now it looks like Adobe wants to be able to do the same for s...

Lenovo’s First Project Tango Smartphone Out Today

The first Project Tango smartphone was unveiled by Lenovo. It showed off the Phab2 Pro earlier this year in June and said that it would be released by the fall. We heard a rumor recently which suggested that the handset might be launched on November 15th and that has indeed turned out to be the cas...

Launching three new cameras, Nikon plunges deep into VR and action cams

 In launching its Keymission series of cameras, Nikon is bringing the fight to the doorstep of action cameras and VR camera makers. The cameras range from chest-wearable cams, borderline GoPro clones and the most interesting item of the bunch: 360-degree cameras. Read More

Estimote announces the Mirror, a dongle that turns any TV into a smart beacon system

 Imagine walking into a store, picking up a pair of shoes, and seeing specs for the kicks appear on a TV next to the display. Or imagine standing in front of an airport departures screen and seeing your flight appear and then a map displaying the best route to your gate. These use cases were su...

Pokemon GO’s Paying Customers Are On The Decline

Back in July and shortly after the game’s release, it was suggested that maybe Pokemon GO had peaked in the market. This was followed by a report in August which suggested that the number of daily active players of the game was on a decline, but given the game’s meteoric rise, we attribu...

A new wearable generator creates electricity from body heat

 Now your sweaty body can power your phone. Like Neo in the Matrix, a new system created by researchers at North Carolina State University lets you generate electricity with a wearable device. Previous systems used massive, rigid heat sinks. This system uses a body-conforming patch that can gen...

Robot sews a shirt automatically using stiffened fabric

Garments have been sewed together by humans since time immemorial, but a company called Sewbo wants to replace us with automatons. It has developed a robot that can assemble a T-shirt by simply stiffening the fabric so that it's more like a piece of...

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