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Tag: Prototype

Camera System Keeps Track of Fast Moving Objects: Flash Focus

Camera System Keeps Track of Fast Moving Objects: Flash Focus
A camera that can keep a fast moving object in its sight is very useful. It could be adapted to cover sports or wartime events, or for academic and military purposes. That’s why a group of researchers at the University of Tokyo’s Ishikawa Oku Laboratory are working on a camera system that can automatically keep its eyes on the prize.

18-Year Old Invents Supercapacitor that Charges Cellphone Batteries in 30 Seconds

18-Year Old Invents Supercapacitor that Charges Cellphone Batteries in 30 Seconds
How fitting is it that a high school student may have found the answer to longer lasting and faster charging mobile devices? The promising invention was made by Eesha Khare, an 18-year old student from Saratoga, California.
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Eidos Sensory Augmentation Device Concepts: Anti-ADHD

Eidos Sensory Augmentation Device Concepts: Anti-ADHD
We already have devices that augment two our sight and hearing. But a group of Innovation Design Engineering students at the Royal College of Art built a couple of devices that provide a new level of augmentation.

Reactive Grip Haptic Feedback Motion Controller Adds Shake Shake to Pew Pews

Reactive Grip Haptic Feedback Motion Controller Adds Shake Shake to Pew Pews
I don’t really care much for tactile feedback in videogames, but if you’re into that sort of immersion, Tactical Haptics is working on a device that’s right up your alley. At the 2013 Game Developers Conference, the company showed off a prototype motion controller with a unique haptic feedback system.

Headphones Made of Nothing But Raw Materials & 3D Printed Parts:

Headphones Made of Nothing But Raw Materials & 3D Printed Parts:
Last year we heard about how Teague Labs was able to make a pair of headphones with 3D printed components. While that’s revolutionary in and of itself, that proof of concept still used store bought and manufactured parts.

Is This an iPhone 5S Prototype? [Rumor]

Is This an iPhone 5S Prototype? [Rumor]
We know by now that Apple has adopted a more-or-less annual update cycle for the iPhone. In between major revisions, we’ve seen the company release “S” versions that feature upgrades to the previous version’s internal hardware.

ChargeBite Leeches Power from Other iPhones to Charge Yours, Tells You Who Your Real Friends Are

ChargeBite Leeches Power from Other iPhones to Charge Yours, Tells You Who Your Real Friends Are
Do you have an iPhone? You wanna know how you can get your friends to gift you an external battery pack? Support the ChargeBite’s fundraiser. The ChargeBite is a charger for 30-pin iOS devices, but it doesn’t have its own battery.

Graphene Earphones: Extremely Light and Incredibly Durable

Graphene Earphones: Extremely Light and Incredibly Durable
Many people rely on headphones and earphones for music and audio playback these days. It’s just a convenient way to listen to your tunes, without bothering the people around you. Now, scientists have come up with some cool new earphone tech. 

Google Concept Shoes Can Talk, Still Can’t Tie Their Own Laces

Google Concept Shoes Can Talk, Still Can’t Tie Their Own Laces
Google presented the Glass’ funny younger brother at the 2013 SXSW multimedia festival. While the Glass was made to act like your butler, the aptly named Talking Shoe is meant to serve as your hype man.

Fujitsu Walking Stick Concept Has GPS & LED Screen: It Cane Be Your Guide

Fujitsu Walking Stick Concept Has GPS & LED Screen: It Cane Be Your Guide
We usually hear about new tablets and smartphones at the Mobile World Congress, but this year Fujitsu also showed off a different mobile device. The Japanese company had a working prototype of a cane that downloads routes wirelessly and then guides its user using large arrows on its LED screen.

Peel & Stick Solar Panels: Solar Power All the Things!

Peel & Stick Solar Panels: Solar Power All the Things!
Aside from providing clean energy from a practically infinite power source, solar power now has another advantage over traditional power sources: it can be generated on nearly any surface. It’s all thanks these new solar panels that are thin and flexible enough that they can be attached like stickers.

PixelTone Photo Editing App Lets You Use Voice Commands: Photoshout

PixelTone Photo Editing App Lets You Use Voice Commands: Photoshout
Digital photo editing is one of the most valuable – and fun! – skills to have these days. But not all of us can easily learn the right mix of tools, filters, tweaks and whatnot to get the result we want.

DropTag Bluetooth Sensor Checks if Your Parcel Was Actually Handled with Care

DropTag Bluetooth Sensor Checks if Your Parcel Was Actually Handled with Care
We’re seeing more and more tiny Bluetooth devices that are good at keeping track of useful information, such as your heart rate, electric consumption or the whereabouts of your wallet. The DropTag on the other hand tracks a closely guarded secret: whether or not a delivery package was mishandled before it got to its recipient.

Electromagnetic Harvester Concept Uses Ambient Energy to Charge Batteries

Electromagnetic Harvester Concept Uses Ambient Energy to Charge Batteries
Aside from generating heat, most electronic devices also emit electromagnetic fields. A rapid prototyping enthusiast named Dennis Siegel though of a way to tap into those fields and store them as usable energy by way of AA batteries.

Lernstift Pen Vibrates When You Make Mistakes: Wait, People Still Write by Hand?

Lernstift Pen Vibrates When You Make Mistakes: Wait, People Still Write by Hand?
Inventor Falk Wolsky and his better half Mandy, a child care worker, were inspired to make the Lernstift (“Learning pen” in German) after seeing their son struggle with writing. They came up with a prototype that detects “writing movements” and alerts the user if he makes a mistake.

Ricoh Omnidirectional Camera Uses Two 180º Lenses: Hammerhead Shot

Ricoh Omnidirectional Camera Uses Two 180º Lenses: Hammerhead Shot
We’re seeing more and more cameras that can take – or at least put together – 360º panoramic images. This prototype made by Ricoh is another example. It has two fisheye lenses that can each cover 180º.
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