Probably many people have questioned themselves on how cameras, radars, motion, heat and even mimic detectors etc. “see” the world and gather information from objects and the environment we live in. Continue reading … How Computers “See” The World?
An innovative and original performance by the Japanese dance team „Wrecking Crew Orchestra” is going viral on the Internet. The troupe members are wearing dark specially-designed exoskeleton-like suits, parts of which emanate light.
The Tron-inspired dance, which they perform, with the suit-emitted light hitting the beat, brings a quite remarkable and mesmerizing show.
The new type of dance technology is ensured by the exoskeleton-like suits that emit light, which is remotely controlled.
If Pinokio would live in present days he would probably be glamoured because of the idea of Dominic Wilcox with his finger nose technology. This idea is simple – you can use an extra hand or you can say – an extra finger for using a touchscreen.
Jonathan Post Experiment present by Francois. a new technology for 3D screens without glasses! This system works only on 120Hz monitor displays. It simulates 3D Active Shutter Glasses. This experiment was Conducted by Luis Carone and managed by Daniel Dias at Jonathan Post. To perform this they used a trick. To find out continue watching next video. Continue reading … 3D No Glasses By Jonathan Post
Art work by Shinichi Maruyama and Tetsushi Wakasugi. A slow motion movie about the shapes of water. Its unbelievable how much our eyes can’t see. Only thanks to modern technology we see the beauty of a moment.
In celebration of 10 years of digital innovation, RalphLauren presents the ultimate fusion of art, fashion & technology in a visual feast for the 5 senses.
If you’ve taken a look, you’ll know that it’s based around just a few of the amazing ways you can use a Nokia N8 – showing little glimpses of the kind of innovation that’s possible with Nokia devices.
The advert is based around some of the more innovative ways you can use the device – and the hamster is definitely a great (if slightly more ‘out there’) example of that.
Tube Tech System. High Performance Technology.
And few have The Imigination to see beyong them. BMW. Defining Innovation.
Shot in the Netherlands utilising the moving sculptures of world-renowned artist Theo Jansen, this commercial, entitled “Kinetic Sculptures” forms part of a broader campaign which serves to highlight BMW’s market leadership in the fields of technology and innovation.
Theo Jansen is the Dutch creator of what he calls “Kinetic Sculptures,” where nature and technology meet. Essentially these sculptures are robots powered by the wind only.