A company called Zero Zero Robotics has recently unveiled their new device that will hover in place and take pictures of you. This camera uses a new form of technology to help guide it. They call it the Hover Camera.
A Swedish company has recently developed a new device that will help the drummer on the go. This device uses motion capture to interpret your movements. In doing so it allows the user to simulate drumming in thin air. They call this product Freedrum.
Recently a Japanese company has created a new type of camera that is completely handsfree. This camera attaches to your glasses and can sense when you are deliberately blinking. If it senses a deliberate blink, it takes a picture. This is why they call it the Blincam.
A Los Angeles based company recently released their amazing new product. This product is a pair of Sunglasses that, by using vibrations, plays music without the need for earbuds or headphones. They call this product Zungle.
After his friend had an accident, causing him to loose the ability to use his hands, one man decided to make a difference in the lives of disabled people. This man is Mehmet Turker. Mehmet created a device that is worn like glasses that lets the user control their computer or device, as long as they are bluetooth enabled. This device is called the GlassOuse.
The new craze for computers is following the trend that we just recently saw with cellphones. Notice how I said cellphones not smartphones. This is because before the invention of the smartphone, the obsession was to have a smaller and smaller phones while still retaining functionality. Lots of people have poked fun at that including shows such as Corner Gas. The trend that we have seen with smartphones is actually the same in some aspects while opposite in others. What the trend is now is to have thinner, sleeker phones that have larger screens. This follows what we want from our televisions and monitors. So to summarize we want smaller, sleeker technology that can run at the same or higher quality as its predecessors, while increasing screen size. Well all of your dreams are soon to come true with the new Intel Compute Stick.