Category : Technology

Coffee hot everywhere-concept


iCup is an innovative concept specially designed for Apple that can heat up any drink inside the cup by connecting it with the user’s notebook, as well as any device that supports USB connection, via a USB cable  anywhere. The key goal of the project is to ease life with more manageable features that ensure uninterrupted working opportunity, doesn’t matter the user goes to the park, library o...

Convenient Camera


It’s such a touristy thing to hang your camera around your neck, it’s a dead giveaway! Being sleek and discreet about you is more of the trend and HAN.DI Camera fits the bill. It’s the sort that fits snugly around the palm of your hand or around the wrist like a bracelet; plus it gives you the independence of taking your own pics via the detachable remote control. Two expanding joints al...

Сoncept future: Google Tablet


Google’s Chromium Projects released a slew of Chrome OS Tablet Concept mockups today—and even snuck in a video. Creepy as those two ghostly hands may be, this quick video demonstrates some of the things one would do with Google’s Chrome OS Tablet. The video features the touch interaction with the screen, how to overlay tabs, and the zooming UI feature for multiple tabs. Mind you, this ta...

Touchscreen-concept future technologies


Last year’s CES found us at the booth of the iTable, which was an overlay for LCDs and TVs of any size that turned them into a multi-touch surface. We thought it was awesome, and the possibilities were many and various. Now we find that someone has one-upped the iTable, creating a multi-touch surface that’s thinner than a sheet of paper and can just be rolled onto any surface. How cool is ...

The desk of the future


Now that the iPad has been formally announced, let’s take it a step further with this iDesk. Actually, the technology that you see in this picture is called the Pictionaire, and it is under development by Microsoft Research and the University of California, Berkeley. (more…)

Concept future technologies: the next interface after touch


While we're all salivating over what may be the next phase of computer interfaces in the form of the Apple tablet, we might as well look to the future of interface dynamics likely to follow: augmented reality. Keiichi Matsuda, a Masters student at the Bartlett School of Architecture in the UK, created this short film called "Augmented (hyper) Reality: Domestic Robocop" to show us what the worl...

LG Display unveils newspaper-size flexible e-paper


LG Display has announced its development of a newspaper-size flexible e-paper. The 19-inch wide (250x400mm) flexible e-paper is almost as big as a page of A3 sized newspaper. The product is optimized for an e-newspaper and able to convey the feeling of reading an actual newspaper. Additionally, as the product measures 0.3 millimeters thin, the e-paper weighs just 130 grams despite its 19-inch size...

Cornucopia: Digital Gastronomy


Cornucopia is a concept design for a personal food factory that brings the versatility of the digital world to the realm of cooking. In essence, it is a three dimensional printer for food, which works by storing, precisely mixing, depositing and cooking layers of ingredients. (more…)

Latest Invention: Flexible Multi-touch Screen Tech


  Researchers from New York University has come up with an idea to create a firm called Touchco and develop flexible multi-touch screens that react to different objects, fingers and hands. According to the team, headed by Ken Perlin and Ilya Rosenberg from the Media Research Laboratory, their latest invention could be used for various applications, including e-readers and even musical in...

Mirror Depicts the Level of Water Consumed


The mirror presented here is anything but ordinary, being able to illustrate the amount of water a person uses throughout the day, month and year. The rims of the mirror are enriched with LED colored lights. These LEDs show the amount of water that runs through the sink. The mirror was designed by Jin Kim. (more…)