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?
The American Helicopter Society (AHS) is scope of the Igor I. Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Competition has promised a 250 000 USD prize to anyone who builds a human-powered helicopter that can hover for 60 seconds, reach a height of 3 meters (10 feet), and stay in a field of 10 m2. Continue reading … Human Powered Helicopter: Straight Up Difficult
In a promotion for its first production fuel-cell vehicle in Germany, Mercedes-Benz turned a B-Class hatchback invisible. Mercedes’ point was to show how the F-Cell hydrogen fuel cell powered car would be invisible to the environment, producing only water vapor and heat for emissions. Dozens of technicians have covered the whole car with LEDs. The camera on the other side of the car transmits the image to the LEDs, thus creating an invisibility effect. While on a tour in Germany the “invisible car”, has got a lot of stares.
3D tech becomes more popular each day. Interaction designer James Alliban gives a new look on a business card. James is a new media artist and international speaker from London. He is primarily concerned with building interactive toys and immersive environments which allow for new forms of creative expression. He works in an independent creative agency Skive. If you want to be original, you better call him.