Technology

livemap helmet

Fighter pilots enjoy helmet-mounted displays or the Iron Man. Now perhaps you will also be able to enjoy it while riding your bike. You can wear Google glass while riding your motorbike and have all the information you need in front of your eyes but Google glass can not save your head in case of accident. A helmet can save your head, and display all the necessary information that you need in front of helmet glass. It won’t distract your eyes and attention from the road while driving. You can use voice commands and view live maps, motorbike’s current speed, direction information, weather forecast, places nearby and more right in front of you while driving.

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Google is using advanced computer science to make driving experience safer and more enjoyable by putting it to autopilot. Fully automated cars used by Google are on the roads at any given time, and have completed more than 300,000 miles of testing. They’ve covered a wide range of traffic, environment and weather conditions, and Google claims that there hasn’t been a single accident under computer control. These automated cars use video cameras, radar sensors and a laser range finder to sense other traffic, as well as detailed maps. For this project, here is what they are trying to achieve further.

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steve jobs audio interviews downloads free

Download Steve Jobs’ best interviews recorded at the All Things D stage from 2003 to 2010, in high quality video and audio formats.

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by on December 22nd, 2011

IBM unveils its fifth annual “Next Five in Five” which is a list of innovations with the potential to change the way people work, live and play over the next five years. The Next Five in Five is based on market and societal trends expected to transform our lives, as well as emerging technologies from IBM’s Labs around the world that can make these innovations possible. IBM predicts that there will be real time 3D video calling very soon. Watch the video.

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by on December 20th, 2011

SIMYO and Ahead of Time predict the future of mobile media and communication. You can only create what you can imagine. Everyone has access to the information through their mobile device and can contribute to the community. Mobile has turned the world into a global information hub and has opened radical business opportunities. The video below shows timeline of mobile media evolution and important events in mobile history from 1906 to 2020.

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You only need to be from the last generation to remember what life was like without all the technology we have now! Telephones with dialing pads, for example. Or written mail for that matter! In those days we all had pen pals to whom we wrote actual, hand written letters, that we stuck in an envelope onto which we attached a stamp. Those were the days! Technology develops though, and it is impossible to say it did this slowly but surely. In fact, it seems to have snowballed…

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thunderbolt hd display

Thunderbolt is a revolutionary I/O technology that supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data devices through a single, compact port. It sets new standards for speed, flexibility, and simplicity. And it’s on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac mini.

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Naratte, a relatively new company, has broken new grounds in regards to near field communication (NFC). Zoosh, its new technology aims to bring the dreams of smart phones and tablets serving as payment method a reality. Instead of relying on the standard 2004 patented NFC chips, this innovation uses ultrasound to perform secure mobile transactions.

Drastically removing the barriers of having to incorporate NFC chips into both senders and receivers, the Zoosh can be added to any application or device through a simple software update. Moreover, unlike the standard NFC chips, which are expensive to manufacture and complicated to add to every day devices, the Zoosh will be comparatively more cost-effective for consumers and merchants alike.

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