NEOs Concept Vehicle

by Mark R

This is the NEOS concept vehicle, which is some sort of motorbike combined with a car. It can take two people at once, and runs on electricity. As you can see, the front tires are completely without spokes, and there is a lot of advanced tech going on here like a touchscreen display, GPS, sideview cameras, and docks to connect to the cellphone as well.

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This Concept camera and screen is a little questionable

by Mark R

You might be wondering what this photo to your left is supposed to show. Let’s just say that I had another from my Source, but I found it a little too…what’s the word I’m looking for…creepy. In fact, the basic concept behind this concept camera is pretty creepy, to say the least. If you don’t believe me, just watch the video after the jump. I’ll go ahead and post the …

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How to DJ with colored plastic squares

by Mark R

We have reported on a lot music-making gadgets before, such as the Beamz Interactive, the Loopz, and this one that creates music with some colored Lego blocks. This is quite an interesting way of playing electronic music from a design student named Ryan Raffa. It works using an overhead camera and what looks like an area marked by circular light. As you can see by the video below, this thing …

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Check out EyeWriter Version 2.0

by Mark R

Some of you might remember the story of Tony Quan, an LA Graffiti artist who lost his ability to perform his talent due to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Technology helped him regain his talent with EyeWriter glasses connected to the CPU of a laptop. This EyeWriter enabled Tony to move his eyes, and special dual projectors create an image. A recent update to EyeWriter was on display at the Cinekid …

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The Future of Food: Underground Tubes

by Mark R

This is definitely an idea that I am pretty certain that I will never see. Imagine a world where you no longer have to go grocery shopping. Instead, a company called Foodtubes brings the groceries to you! The idea is to build gigantic underground tubes that are as thick as a truck, and can move underground at 60 miles an hour.

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Proverbial wallets know your virtual cash better than you

by Mark R

We live in a society where having virtual money is essentially just as good as real money, but virtual money slips easier between the fingers than cold hard cash. Some people at MIT have created Proverbial Wallets, and they are designed to hook up to a cellular phone via Bluetooth. Smartphones are probably required, as the phones must be in tune with the user’s account. There are three of these …

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Robotic road train could change commuting as we know it

by Mark R

I think we all know that most of us waste a lot of quality work time driving to and fro to work each day. To make matters worse, some of us decide to “use the time better” by talking on the cell phone or doing other mobile applications that lead to distracted driving accidents. There is a lot of work on making a driverless car, and the image that you …

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This is a prosthetic limb like I have never seen

by Mark R

I have to admit that I don’t know what it is like to lose an arm, and need to use a prosthetic one. I would imagine that the future of prosthesis involves hands that are robotic, but this particular design doesn’t look like Arnold Schwarzenegger’s arm that he revealed in T2. As you can see, this prosthetic arm doesn’t have any fingers, but the whole thing is like one giant …

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