When the Kinect was introduced way back in 2010, everyone knew that the technology won’t just be used in gaming. There are endless possibilities of what it can be utilized for. And now, the guys over at the Technical University of Munich have come out with a new project called “mirracle” which uses Kinect’s motion sensing tech.
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Our rampant consumerism isn’t exactly having a positive effect on poor Mother Nature. We could talk about using biofuels for our cars and solar panels for our homes, but what about something as small as a protective case? Covering this smaller but relatively important realm is Bioserie, with a new line of iPod touch 4G […]
Sharp Systems of America, a U.S. unit of Sharp Corporation, the recognized world leader of LCD technology, today announced a significant new notebook computer, the Sharp PC-UM10, demonstrating an engineering breakthrough in notebook design. Sharp’s PC-UM10 defines “Ultra-Mobile” for the industry, weighing in at under three pounds and only 0.65″ thick. Powered by an Intel® […]