Goodbye Kinect, Welcome LEAP 3D Motion Controller, 200x More Accurate, For Only 70$!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Entertainment & News, Featured

We can finally say goodbye to world's fastest-selling consumer electronic device called "Kinect" by Microsoft! It's time to introduce LEAP, it's successor by LEAP Motion. "Leap" senses individual hand and finger movements independently, as well as other object such as a pen. It basically uses 3D spaces that it creates to detect motion/gestures accurately and with negligible delay of time! Gamers can now play in an ultimately more realistic world. Leap may be used to interact with Microsoft Read more [...]

Bright Spots, The Pins our Memories Longed for!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Design & Creativity, Featured, Uncategorized

We always try to decorate what makes us remember the old days; photos have always seemed to be missing something and fianally we've found it,  Lit Push Pins were what we're searching for ! So you assume they're lit using some sort of electricity? You're wrong, there's no hidden battery, the pins are actually powered by an electrified sheet of aluminum found between a sheet of cork and a sheet of acrylic. When the pins are pushed through the cork, they make contact with the aluminum and light Read more [...]

Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Motorola Razr Maxx

Written by simon on . Posted in Featured, Gadgets, Uncategorized

  Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S3 at the start of this month and although it has yet to go on sale many are expecting it to be the biggest selling smartphone of the year and, like the earlier Galaxy S2, win a lot of awards for innovation. How does the Galaxy S3 compare to Motorola's latest flagship phone, the Razr Maxx? Although it was only released recently, the Razr Maxx draws a lot of inspiration from 2011's Razr.   Processors   The Galaxy S3 is the first quad core phone Read more [...]

The Macro Cell Lens, A Magnifying Optical Zoom That Every Phone is in Need of!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Featured, Gadgets, Uncategorized

A magnifier was always thought of as a magic lens... But what if you wanted to take snapshots of what this magic lens provides you with? Phones' zoom isn't always a good idea, so here's what we've got. A rubber band that can be popped around any phone! Get amazingly great detailed shots of almost anything! "Keep it in your wallet or on your wrist." $15. [via bookofjoe] Read more [...]

Pic3D Sheet, Turn any LCD Display into Glasses-free 3D Display! (Updated)

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Featured, Gadgets

Global Wave have previously presented their Pic3D sheet, which when applied to a regular LCD monitor transforms it into a glasses-free 3D display, but guess what, it's currently available and no longer out of stock! As opposed to other films already on the market which use a parallax barrier to display the 3D image, Pic3D utilizes a lenticular lens system, Global Wave state that this method offers a light transmission level of 90%, and claim to have improved the field of view to 120°. There Read more [...]

Talk to Your Vacuum Cleaner as “She” Does The Job!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Featured, Robots & Robotics

"Cocorobo" is Sharp's new Robot Vacuum Cleaner that features speech recognition which allows it to be controlled by voice, as well as using its buttons or the remote control. Cocorobo can also say simple greetings! "For example, if you use Cocorobo every day, or speak to it every day, it gets in a good mood. Depending on how it feels, its words and movements vary a lot, so you can gain a feeling of closeness with it. Regarding Cocorobo's learning capability, we're planning upgrades that will Read more [...]

SLR Camera Simulator, Why Not Be a Professional?!!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Featured, Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized

So you like photography & SLR Cameras but you don't own one or you're about to buy one? Here's a very brilliant realistic solution! The SLR controls: Lighting Lighting is the single biggest determinant of how your camera needs to be set. With only a few exceptions, you can never have too much light. Use this slider to experiment with different indoor and outdoor lighting conditions. Distance Use this slider to simulate how close or far you are in relation to the subject. Focal Read more [...]

Technology & Black Magic, Witches Arrested For Using Google to Speak to the Dead!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Entertainment & News, Featured, Uncategorized

So you wonder how a crystal ball can grab information from the world of the dead? Witches Vanessa, 26, and Melissa, 32, have claimed to have a hotline to the world of the spirits that also included providing spells that protected from the devil,  & so gained hundreds of thousands of dollars through tricking people while using high-tech surveillance equipment and simply Google Search engine and social networks! They would simply search for their customers' data on Search engines and social Read more [...]

Great Britain’s History Revived with Sand, The Japanese Sand Sculptures Exhibition!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Design & Creativity, Featured

At the world's first museum dedicated to sand in Tottori west Japan, wonderful sculptures and replicas of "The History of Great Britain" have been created by some of the world's best sculptures. To beach or not to beach: A sand replica titled British Literature William Shakespeare at the Sand Museum in Tottori, Japan  Taxi! Leonardo Ugolini finishes a Olympics-inspired sand replica titled Big Ben in Westminster   Grain Britain: UK artist Nicola Wood with her creation Imperial Read more [...]

Descriptive Camera Captures Description Instead of Images! A Pic Is Worth a Thousand Words?!!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Featured, Gadgets

And I thought that an image is worth a thousand words!! Inventor Matt Richardson simply calls it the Descriptive Camera (soon to be called Photo2Text). Here's how it works: The camera captures a digital image and sends it to a person to write the description .Richardson uses Amazon’s Mechanical Turk service to find people who will describe the photo. Finally, the camera’s built-in thermal printer will print out the description, so there could be a privacy issue there. The whole process Read more [...]

Smart Cartons Warn You When Milk Has Been Out For Too Long!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Entertainment & News, Featured

Wondering if that milk on the counter had been spoiled for being out of the fridge for too long? Sure, you could sniff it to test its safety, but no one likes getting a nose full of sour milk smell. Tetra Pak now introduces its new smart cartons that would tell you at a glance whether the milk inside is still good or needs to be dumped. They change color when left out of the refrigerator for too long, making that exploratory smell test unnecessary. Scannable chips embedded on the cartons’ Read more [...]

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