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Omni: Move Naturally in Your Favorite Game by Virtuix. We are in the midst of a revolution in virtual reality.

Omni: Move Naturally in Your Favorite Game by Virtuix

The release of affordable head mounted displays and low-cost sensor technologies has brought the decades-old dream of true virtual reality closer than ever, but there’s still one more piece to the puzzle: the Omni. The Omni takes virtual reality to the next level— allowing anyone to stand up and traverse virtual worlds with the natural use of their own feet. The Omni is the first virtual reality interface for moving freely and naturally in your favorite game. Moving naturally in virtual reality creates an unprecedented sense of immersion that cannot be experienced sitting down.

That's why we developed the Omni. Walk, run, jump, crouch: the Omni will keep you on your feet and in motion. The Omni will free gamers from passive, seated gameplay, unleashing the full potential of virtual reality gaming with the Oculus Rift and future head mounted displays. The Omni comes with Omni shoes, support belt, and tracking hardware and software. Stealth camera takes pictures virtually in the dark. From Ref. 1 A multi-step process removes noise from a laser scan made by detecting a single photon for each pixel, producing a three-dimensional image.

Stealth camera takes pictures virtually in the dark

Talk about taking a dim view of things. Researchers have obtained ultrasharp images of weakly illuminated objects using a bare minimum of photons: mathematically stitching together information from single particles of light recorded by each pixel of a solid-state detector. The achievement is likely to support studies of fragile biological materials, such as the human eye, that could be damaged or destroyed by higher levels of illumination. New device makes wheelchairs obsolete. This Farmer Reinvented the Wheel to Build a Better Wheelchair. Morpholio’s New Design Possibilities. ATAP Project Tango – Google.

LIX - The Smallest 3D Printing Pen in the World. Sony’s 13-inch Digital Paper is the first device to use a flexible e-ink display. After almost a year of agonizing posturing by Sony, the semi-flexible 13.3-inch Digital Paper has finally been unveiled.

Sony’s 13-inch Digital Paper is the first device to use a flexible e-ink display

For $1100, you can get your hands on the thinnest, lightest A4-sized e-ink tablet. The Digital Paper supports stylus input, has built-in WiFi, and lasts up to three weeks on a single charge. The key technology here is the new Mobius display from E Ink, which is very light and highly flexible — though it isn’t clear how much of that flexibility made it into the final Digital Paper product. This cool pad and pen lets you sketch in 3D using augmented reality. This Invention From India Is Going to Change The Way We Live Forever! The Micro: The First Truly Consumer 3D Printer by M3D LLC. It is the most affordable 3D printer that can be used right out of the box.

The Micro: The First Truly Consumer 3D Printer by M3D LLC

Perfect for beginners and experts alike, just plug in the printer, download or create models, hit print, and watch your custom creations form right before your eyes. Bring your ideas to life, turn them into businesses, educate, learn, personalize products, make toys, make jewelry, start a curriculum, run a modern workshop, and unleash your creativity. The power of creation is yours!

We've built The Micro with reliability, consistency, and accessibility in mind. Battery Prototype Recharges Smartphones in 30 Seconds. A battery that uses nanotechnology to charge your smartphone in 30 seconds may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie but an Israeli startup claims to have created just that.

Battery Prototype Recharges Smartphones in 30 Seconds

StoreDot unveiled its battery charging prototype Monday at Microsoft's Think Next conference in Tel Aviv. StoreDot's prototype is able to completely recharge a smartphone battery from 0%-100% in just 30 seconds. It relies on bio-organic nanodots, tiny conductive crystals that help enable rapid charging. Currently, the device is closer in size to a laptop charger than a smartphone charger, but the company says it expects the final product will be about the size of a typical smartphone battery. State of the art Firefighting helmet from Sweden. Flekt: Studio Quality Light from Your Pop-Up Flash by Preston Vance. Flekt is all about the quality of light, and gives you studio-quality lighting from your pop-up flash - something that has NEVER been done before.

Flekt: Studio Quality Light from Your Pop-Up Flash by Preston Vance

No matter if you're an aspiring photographer or semi-pro, Flekt gives you the perfect light to create professional-style photos. From portraits to products, expand your creativity with beautiful, inspiring photos unlike anything you've ever captured. Flekt attaches to your DSLR camera's hot-shoe, and redirects the light from the pop-up flash 180 degrees back into whichever attachment is on your system.

No hassle or tricky equipment, just a simple and creative way to shoot beautiful and professional quality photos with your subject looking their best. Choose your insert, shape the light and be creative! Flekt helps put the fun back in photography! Glyph: A Mobile Personal Theater With Built In Premium Audio by Avegant. Since the beginning of personal display technology, screens have been getting smaller and closer to our eyes but with one limitation: image quality.

Glyph: A Mobile Personal Theater With Built In Premium Audio by Avegant

At Avegant we've solved that problem using a new technology that mimics the way that we as humans naturally see light. Using a Virtual Retinal Display we've figured out how to project images directly onto your retina, creating sharp, stark images unlike anything you've seen before. Future Wearable Devices Need Flexible Antennas, Like This One Made of Silver Nanowires. As computers increasingly go into 24-hour medical monitoring devices, clothing, contact lenses and jewelry, there’s a growing need for electronic parts that can bend and withstand rougher treatment than most desktop machines have to handle.

Future Wearable Devices Need Flexible Antennas, Like This One Made of Silver Nanowires

Antennas are particularly challenging to make flexible because they have to transmit at a fixed bandwidth. VrAse: The Smartphone Virtual Reality Case by Louise Bankhead. VrAse is the biggest revolution your Smartphone has ever seen; a very special case, which enables you to use it like never imagined before.

vrAse: The Smartphone Virtual Reality Case by Louise Bankhead

Today Smartphones have everything we need to enjoy movies and games in a portable way. The BIG issue is they have small screens to do so, and your hands are kept busy holding them. We have created vrAse to solve these two problems. With vrAse you can enjoy movies in a huge 3D-Perfect screen, play totally immersive games and experience the awesome possibilities of Augmented Reality… everything in a super compact, portable, affordable, hands free use and upgradable device. This cool pad and pen lets you sketch in 3D using augmented reality. Smartfony "z klocków" coraz bliżej. ZTE zapowiada kolejny model. Augmented-reality contact lenses to be human-ready at CES.

Anyone who has ever dreamed up a sci-fi future in which neon interfaces float in front of us and information exists not on screens, but projected onto our eyes, is likely watching the blossoming wearable technology market with great anticipation.

Augmented-reality contact lenses to be human-ready at CES

Simulator recreates virtual taste online. Online viewing and listening are now staples of those who live the digital life. But online tasting? This may be happening sooner than one expects, with a simulator invented by an engineer with the Keio-NUS CUTE Center at NUS. The brainchild of Dr Nimesha Ranasinghe, Researcher at the Center who headed the project, the digital device can recreate the taste of virtual food and drinks by non-invasive electrical and thermal stimulation of the tongue. Augmented-reality contact lenses to be human-ready at CES. Database, Map & Submit. 3D augmented reality holograms are finally here (almost) Meta - SpaceGlasses. "BOTANICUS INTERACTICUS": Interactive Plant Technology. Video reveals how to heat your home using just TEALIGHTS and FLOWERPOTS - and it costs just 8p a day. YouTube user Dylan Winter created the DIY heater for his boat and officeHe used tealights that cost £1 for a pack of 100 plus two basic ceramic potsThe process uses the theory of convection heat transfer to warm a roomTealights burn for around four hours in the morning and afternoon By Victoria Woollaston Published: 12:46 GMT, 8 November 2013 | Updated: 17:27 GMT, 22 November 2013 Rising energy bills are a political hot topic at the moment but one YouTube user has devised a way of heating a room for just 8p a day.

Journalist and boat owner Dylan Winter created his DIY heater using tealights placed inside a bread tin and covered with two ceramic flowerpots. The system uses the scientific principles of convection heat transfer and Winter claims it can heat his home for around eight hours a day. Innovative Shower Reduces Water Usage by 90%, Electricity by 80% A typical 10-minute shower can use 150 liters of water and requires energy to keep all of that incoming water hot. An innovative new design recycles shower water so only around five liters of water is needed and can be used and reused for weeks. The OrbSys shower system is the brainchild of Mehrdad Mahdjoubi, an industrial designer.

MiniMetalMaker - A small 3D printer that fabricates with metal clay. Please stay tuned as we make progress in the development of the Mini Metal Maker-David Hartkop The Mini Metal Maker is very exciting to me because it is a unique combination of an artistic material with the field of 3D printing. The Mini Metal Maker prints 3D objects from digital files directly in metal clay, rather than in plastic. Sono, a noise cancelation and isolation device that sticks on your window. Google's New Smartphone Will Be 3D Printed by 3D Systems. Google’s Modular Phone Gets 3D Printed. Structure Sensor: iPad 3D Scanner That Must Be Seen To Be Believed.

Stealth camera takes pictures virtually in the dark. Technical Illusions. Waiting for the traffic light in Germany. Orbital Systems. Google's Motorola patents 'neck tattoo' smartphone accessory. Google's Motorola patents 'neck tattoo' smartphone accessory. "BOTANICUS INTERACTICUS": Interactive Plant Technology. The first commercial tDCS headset that lets you safely overclock your brain. 10 Incredible Cutting-Edge Technologies In Development. Disruptions: Bit by Bit, Virtual Reality Heads for the Holodeck. ZizZ – Polacy wyśnili sobie startup, z którym ruszają na podbój świata! Swedes Develop Invisible Bike Helmet. WigWag: Scan it. Control it. Rule it. Share it. by WigWag. Half-iPhone, Half Kindle: Russia's First Smartphone. Sony develops 360-degree autostereoscopic display prototype.

World’s first telescopic contact lens gives you Superman-like vision. An international team of researchers have created the first telescopic contact lens; a contact lens that, when it’s equipped, gives you the power to zoom your vision almost three times. Contact Lens Computer: Like Google Glass, without the Glasses.

Father-daughter duo have the world’s first brain-to-brain ‘telepathic’ conversation. Hi-tech contact lenses show texts and maps. Untitled. A Touch Screen You Can Pinch, Poke and Stretch. Bug-eyed about new camera technology › News in Science (ABC Science) Window Socket – Solar Energy Powered Socket by Kyuho Song & Boa Oh. Google wykorzysta mechanizm przewodnictwa kostnego w Google Glass. Nowe technologie. Podsiatkówkowy wszczep nadzieją dla niewidomych - Gadżety - NT w INTERIA.PL - nowe technologie, komputery, gadżety, wynalazki, technologia, telekomunikacja, testy, komputer, test.