Oxford University has a robotic car using an iPad to take the wheel.
I’ve found a great article describing the differences between using a keyboard with your iPad or just using the onboard touchpad. Which one works better ? Dunno, my hunch is that the physical keyboard would be a bit faster because of the tactile feedback that those types of peripherals give you. iPad Accessories – iKeyboard […]
Google Glass probably won’t be the next iPad, but it could very well end up spawning a new era of wearable computing that moves off the wrist and onto the face. Google isn’t the only company workin…
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Was looking around the awesome site Instructables and this caught my eye. It’s a Do-It-Yourself Steampunk inspired iPhone amplifier. Here’s a video of the thing: So head on over to Instructables for the guide on how you can create your own exotic iPhone amplifier. Sure to be quite the conversation starter. If you enjoyed this post […]
The most common type of vibratory feedback in almost every electronic device is the type of buzz that occurs when a tiny motor oscillates a weight inside the housing of your phone or game controller. Many game controllers have two motors, one on either side and that sort of “vibration in stereo” configuration allows you […]
Apple is likely to launch a 7.85-inch iPad prior to the fourth quarter of 2012 in addition to a new iPad scheduled to be released at the end of the first quarter, according to sources in the supply chain. Global shipments of tablet PCs are expected to reach 60 million units in 2011, of which […]
Brewing your morning coffee is about to get easier with the help of an iPhone, iPad and Scanomat’s TopBrewer. It’s a cutting-edge coffee machine that integrates with an iPhone or iPad and is unlike anything else on the market. The TopBrewer features an elegant spout made from stainless steel which is designed to be built into […]
Senseg, a tech company out of Japan has created something magical: an interactive touchscreen with the ability to mimic the feel of certain textures, whether it’s the roughness of rock, the smoothness of silk, or the bumpiness of ribbed rubber. Their new technology is poised to fundamentaly shift our ideas of what variations of […]
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