Les Baugh lost both of his arms in a freak accident about 40 years ago. Now scientists from Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory have fitted him with two robotic limbs, which can be controlled wirelessly using his own thoughts.
Jaguar Land Rover’s augmented reality concept includes vehicle pillars that show what’s directly behind them, a ghost car for navigation and various heads up displays such as traffic light timers and parking locators.
A demonstration of a mechanized platform which can perfectly balance a ball in its center no matter how hard its human master attempts to defeat it. Its motion control system can also make the ball follow precise paths on demand.
An electric typewriter with a 6″ E-ink screen, a mechanical keyboard, enough memory for over a million pages, built-in Wi-Fi for cloud backups and a USB charge and sync port. Its battery lasts over a month per charge.
Hush not only uses memory foam to provide passive noise cancellation. It can also play soothing background noise to block out more unwanted sound and help you relax. Pick from different background noises using its mobile app.
The YotaPhone 2 turns its E-ink screen from a gimmick into a genuinely useful feature. Its monochrome rear display is now touch-enabled and can mirror the main display. It’s already out in Europe and drops in US and Asia in Q1 2015.
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