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Are you guilty of being a hardcore fan of the Netflix show – Orange Is The New Black? If so, you would be thrilled to lock yourself in jail and stuff yourself with prison Nutraloaf, won’t you? Don’t worry, you won’t need to commit a crime to get that experience, you would just require to sign up for Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria. This themed event will let you experience the life of your favorite prisoners from the show and have the food that they are served at the prison (read Litchfield Penitentiary) cafeteria. While you might n...
Why go for a bulky, ugly button when you can simply generate one out of thin air? Enter Ultrahaptics- the future of touch. So is it for real? Can we really touch Virtual Reality? Esoteric Abstraction: Touch Virtual Reality? Ever witnessed anyone playing with Kinect? The line of motion-sensing input gaming consoles. It uses sensors so gamers can control the action with body movement and hand gestures instead of tapping buttons on a gaming control pad. It’s all, perhaps, impartially snazzy, but when the gamers g...
The red carpet at the Met Gala, a black-tie extravaganza that styles itself as “the party of the year” is a war zone where celebrities and bigwigs treat clothing as their primary weapons. At last night’s fund-raising event, supermodel Karolina Kurkova stole the show by wearing an IBM Watson designed interactive dress. The IBM Watson “Cognitive Dress,” world’s first of its kind, worn by Kurkova at Met Gala 2016 is the product of a collaboration between IBM Watson and high-end fashion house Marchesa. The gown is covered in 150 LED-po...
Is the business of e-paper an old stuff nowadays? China, certainly, won't agree. In fact, the idea of e-paper is still backed by leading tech experts in China. This is why, in a groundbreaking achievement, the country has managed to create the first ever Graphene epaper in the world. The development of this graphene electronic paper is considered as a huge breakthrough, which can possibly revolutionize the on-screen displays on gadgets such as e-readers and wearable devices. At present, the material of Graphene epaper is the world’s ...
Imagine being able to touch virtual reality without the use of an MIDI controller. Sounds very 2030, doesn’t it? Introduced as the world’s first bio-creative instrument, XTH Sense captures body signals and uses them to interact with virtual reality apps, games, connected devices, or musical software. The instrument, which has been in development for the last five years, works as a wireless wearable device for bio-creative interactions, thanks to coded algorithms. Accompanying this is a sophisticated software suite, which tracks mu...
Google has filed a patent for what appears to be an injectable technology for a bionic eye. The Google bionic eye patent originally filed in 2014 and published Thursday describes a device that could correct vision without putting contacts in or an alternative surgery. As per the Google bionic eye patent filing: First, a surgeon has to remove a person’s natural lens from the lens capsule of their eye. Then, a fluid that would act like a superglue is injected into the eye, allowing the surgeon to attach an “intra-ocular device” to ...
Even when you are the one who thinks that you don’t really need a Lamborghini or the one who says that no one needs an amphibious car, you can’t deny that an amphibious Lamborghini is a must have. Right? No, we are not talking about the James Bond car that he dove under the waves in The Spy Who Loved Me, as it is already a part of Elon Musk’s collection. But, you can have the second-best thing, i.e. an amphibious Lamborghini that is for sale on eBay, and that too just for US$ 26,790. The car can literally sail through water, thank...
Adblockers are consumer’s way of telling advertisers that they do not want to be tracked. While, certain publishers are still weighing their options, other publishers, like Forbes, ArsTechnica, Slate, The Atlantic and WIRED, have fought back with the technology. Brave Software, the company behind the adblocking browser launched by Mozilla co-founder Brenden Eich, recently announced that it is working on a way to strip out existing ads with those from its own network and split revenues with sites and readers. In response to t...
The PoloTech Shirt by Ralph Lauren is here as a replacement to those Fitbit bands. The tee is the combination of the fashion label’s unique aesthetic and real-time metrics that keeps track of your activities. The Smart Shirt is embedded with a strip of silver-based sensors, which measures breathing, heart rate, steps, and the number of calories burnt during the workout. A black box transmitter is attached at the side of the shirt, which relays the data directly to your iOS device. There are already fitness tracking wristbands that...
We’ve already seen a glimpse of the future of artificial intelligence in self-driving cars. Now imagine that for some damaged property-related matter you are exchanging emails with AI representing an insurance company. That’s the coup d'œil of applying deep-learning to solve a range of business problems. Palo Alto, Calif. based startup called MetaMind promises to help enterprises use deep-learning for image, text, and data analysis tasks. This approach will enable computers to recognize faces in an image or the text of the speech wit...