The innovative architecture of tiny, stainless steel nozzles inside the new Xerox Direct to Object Inkjet Printer has created a new, label-less, on-demand method of personalizing three-dimensional objects.
When Basswall CEO Jamie White hung his company's new sound system on the wall in an Irish pub in Cannes and Antibes, France, the positive response was overwhelming. After all, a framed poster was pumping out studio-quality sound without wires or any visual indication that a speaker was involved--and people had just one question: Where can I get one? Today, that question is answered: Basswall has just launched its Kickstarter campaign, and early funders have the opportunity to receive the very first Basswalls in production.
Shoka, a bell that transforms any ordinary bicycle into a smart bike, has received funding from Ruvento, a hardware VC based in Singapore. Through sleek prototyping vetted by industrial design partners, crowdfunding, and extensive support in marketing and public relations, Ruvento will enable Shoka to bring its unique bicycle bell to market.
Designing for print on screen is tricky and always requires clarity. There is very little sense of the scale of typography and colours often look different. This results in multiple printouts to test the different font sizes and colours. Spector is a tool that helps bridge the divide of designing on digital screen and the finalised print. It is a hand-held device allowing various print materials to become interactive. If designing for print, it is best to start with print.
The iconic FURBY brand from Hasbro, introduces a new furry friend this fall: the digitally-integrated FURBY CONNECT creature, an interactive companion full of personality that uses Bluetooth technology to connect with kids through entertaining video clips, catchy songs, phrases, global events, and more.
For decades, we have seen charismatic robots come to life in Hollywood films. What a powerful promise to the young viewers glaring up at the bright screen that a robot companion could exist. But will this be in our lifetime?
Ray is a consumer technology company focused on developing the next generation of hardware and software products. Their vision is to breathe new life into everyday objects. Their first creation, the Ray Super Remote, reimagines and reinvents the centre of our entertainment lives. Their team is comprised of industry-leading product designers, technologists, and marketers headquartered in New York City.
Treblab, a personal audio products company focused on comfort and high quality sound, has announced the launch of its TREBLAB XR100 True HD Solid Sound Bass Wireless Headphones on Amazon. The product includes a 9-hour battery and microphone. The noise cancelling system maximizes the quality and experience as well, enabling people to enjoy music and conversation in any environment.
Out of all the photos taken in 2015, only about 20% were taken using point-n-shoot and DLSR cameras. The rest were taken using mobile phones, and according to estimates, this number is expected to drop to just 13% by 2017. This was the motivation needed for Geometrical's founder and chief designer, Rambod Radmard to invent the Pocket Tripod; a fully adjustable iPhone tripod that can transform to the shape of a credit card for unparalleled portability.
"The new robotic Supertrucks deliver a whole new level of play to the Anki OVERDRIVE universe that will give players more content and allow them to rethink their gameplay style. Our fans have proven to be incredibly creative and strategic in how they build out their tracks and how they play; we can't wait to see what they do with these Supertrucks," said Boris Sofman, co-founder and CEO, Anki. "The introduction of the new vehicles is part of our on-going mission to support, update and rollout features, both on the software and hardware side, that build off the core robotic battle-racing experience."
HTC Vive can now be purchased through www.vive.com in 24 countries, shipping within 2-3 business days of purchase. In addition to online availability from HTC, individuals can now buy the revolutionary Vive virtual reality system in select Microsoft Stores, GameStop and Micro Center locations. Pre-orders placed through these retailers will be fulfilled beginning this week.
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