PIXELIO Transforms Your Smartphone into a 3D Scanning Planetary Arm

A new UK-based startup, Smart 3D Company, Ltd., has come out with an innovative and easy-to-use device that, combined with a smartphone, will allow users to scan small objects in 3D, as well as take pictures or shoot 360° time lapse videos. The device is not only useful for photographers or 3D printer users, but also architects, engineers, graphic designers, bloggers and many more. PIXELIO, in combination with free software installed on your smartphone (eg. Autodesk 123D Catch), will allow us...
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System automatically converts 2-D video to 3-D.

Scientists at MIT and the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) have leveraged videogame technology to generate broadcast quality 3D video of soccer and football  matches from a 2D source in real time. The resulting video can reportedly be enjoyed with any 3D TV or virtual reality headset, and could lead to much more 3D content becoming available in the near future. When working to full effect, 3D technology can deliver highly immersive user experiences, but the content on these platforms is...
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Cicret wristband turns your arm into a touch screen

The new revolutionary bracelet, Cicret projects emails, videos and games and turns your arm into a touchscreen using a tiny built-in projector. Wearers of the of the Cicret bracelet will be able to check an email or watch a film that’s projected onto their forearm, and control the picture by using their skin like a touchscreen. It will also be possible for users to pair it with an existing smartphone, answer incoming phone calls and activate the speakerphone functionality on their smartphone. ...
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Ring Video Doorbell – answer your door from anywhere

The Ring Video Doorbell connects to your home's Wi-Fi network and streams live audio and video to your Android device. It is the perfect blend of convenience, monitoring, and security all into a simple to use smart doorbell. It gives you peace of mind by chatting with visitors from your Android device, whether you're in the kitchen or halfway around the world through the free Ring app. You need not worry as to what is going on outside your home as you can see for yourself. This app is also...
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iCPooch, a device to make your lonely pet happier.

The innovative app iCPooch combines video chat with a treat dispenser which could be remotely activated for pets which are alone at home. iCPooch comes with tiny plastic dishes where you can stack the treats within a sleeve of the device. You can video chat with your pet. The device works both ways, it lets the dog see humans and hear their voices, and it lets the owner look in on their dog while they are far away. Military personnel, college students and any pet owner who lives away from the...
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Get video in true HD with the latest HD90 – 720P Camera Pen

The latest spy camera pen takes video in true HD with the HD720P recording lens and no interpolation. Many camera pens you see on the market are not a true HD and use a process called interpolation to artificially upscale a lower resolution video to make it look closer to HD quality. This pen uses a OmniVision CMOS sensor chip that helps the video recorded to be in true HD without any upscaling. This pen offers a sleek durable metal casing look and fits comfortably in your hand. You can st...
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NOAA’s Science On a Sphere is a room sized, global display system

Novel and revolutionary Science On a Sphere® (SOS) is an educational tool that uses computers and video projectors to help illustrate Earth System science to people of all ages. This tool has been developed by Dr. Sandy MacDonald along with researchers at NOAA. Unique and captivating, it's been used in science museums, visitor centers, zoos, aquariums, laboratories, and schools around the world. It consists of a spherical projection system created by NOAA which presents high-resolution vid...
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