Taclim are “the world’s first VR shoes and gloves with built-in tactile devices”. With two prototype versions on display at CES 2017, the full-immersion VR gaming experience just received a major upgrade. Designed by Tokyo-based Cerevo (Consumer Electronic REVOlution), Taclim is capable of “detecting user movements as input and translating in-VR action to real world haptic output.” In other words, Cerevo’s VR technology is groundbreaking.
If you’re anything like me, you find the movie theater experience a difficult environment to enjoy the latest blockbuster. Whether it’s the noisy chatting from movie goers, the overwhelming surround sound, or your seat position in the theater, it’s just not like being at home. It takes away from what should be a captivating experience. Thankfully, First Cinema has unveiled a revolutionary VR headset called Cinera. Designed to bring the immersive power of movie theater’s inside your living room, Cinera combines groundbreaking media content with the full immersion of VR technology.
The suitcase of the future has finally arrived, Travelmate – a fully autonomous suitcase powered by artificial intelligence – is the brainchild of Travelmate Robotics, Inc. is hoping to make its product “the first widely available and affordable robot companion.” Capable of moving vertically or horizontally at speeds up to 6.75 mph, Travelmate is a self-driving suitcase that follows you wherever you go.
The PowerRay, made by PowerVision, is an underwater drone. That alone is enough to catch my attention when the vast sea of drones is all about exploring the sky. More specifically, the PowerRay is a detachable Fishfinder capable of diving 30 meters (98 feet) for up to 4 hours.
Designed with the AM4 socket, this motherboard is made for utilizing the next-gen AMD Ryzen series processors. With a host of features on par with comparable products, the MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon is a great option for productivity and gaming alike.
I know better than most people that having a well-equipped PC is important for daily lives. Countless jobs and hobbies now rely on having a computer that is capable of keeping up with the ever-increasing demands of a world always caught in advancement. That’s where PCs like the Razer Blade Pro V2 come in. The Razer Pro V2 is, in my opinion, one of the best iterations of the Razer high-end gaming laptop. with a host of powerful components packaged into a sleek, attractive frame and more than enough power to function as a desktop replacement. The Razer Pro V2 has these features in a package thin enough to remain portable.
The Origin PC EVO15-S takes a different approach to a high-end gaming laptop; with enough power to play all your favorite games, this machine packs power into a sleek, lightweight suite. Weighing in at an astonishingly low 4 pounds, the Origin PC EVO15-S deviates from current trends in high-power gaming laptops, without skimping on functionality.
Neurable, a Boston-based startup, recently debuted a part of their virtual reality (VR) game in the works. But this sci-fi game, Awakening, is no ordinary VR game. To play, you use your mind to control objects. The demo is an actual realization of neuroreality, an emerging field that could revolutionize the way we interact with machines.
Made from the combination of nine stretchable sensor strips, steel thread, a low-power circuit board, and some copper tape, UC’s smart glove is capable of decoding ASL gestures. But if you ask any of the engineers who authored “The Language of Glove” study, their smart glove has wide spread application in Virtual/Augmented Reality (AR/VR), Telesurgery, Technical Training, and Defense. Timothy O’Connor, the first author of the study and nanoengineering Ph.D. candidate at UC San Diego, talked about the potential impact: