We envision a whole lot of Candid Camera shots with this one. A group of scientists has made a billboard that talks. That’s a bit of exaggeration but not much. The billboard is made of a digital paper that responds to touch by emitting sounds. It’s not wholly interactive in that the sounds that come out have to be prerecorded, but the idea is still there. Conductive inks are the key, and speakers installed in the billboard are the mechanism. The prototype is in the form of a travel brochure, which enables viewers to touch a certain part of the display and instantly hear a description of the corresponding destination. The scientists say that such technology could be used in the future to describe foods and other goods. We also wonder whether it could be used in place of braille, so that blind readers could have their books read to them. Now that’s the sound of progress.
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There are tons of deals from the Amazon Appstore that will be offered starting now and throughout the holiday shopping season. They say that they will have "hundreds of titles that are eitehr free... or available between 50-90% off" the regular price.
Case in point, if you head over to the Google Play Store right now, you'll find that Google is celebrating all Cyber Weekend with discounts on all sorts of content. This includes many popular apps and games
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Mellis was one of the people who came up with the now hugely popular Arduino platform and now he has come up with plans for people to build their own cell phone for about $200 in parts.
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