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Not Only on TV – Holographic Video

Not Only on TV – Holographic Video

A team of researchers under the direction of Michael Bove, Head of the Consumer Electronics Lab at MIT, have developed a 3D holographic video system, which they say could bring 3D video displays to consumer and medical markets in the ...

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Wireless High Definition Video Takes Off

Amimon, a California-based startup company, introduced a technology that enables wireless transmission of high definition video streams. Their wireless high-definition interface (WDMI) could eliminate the need for wires while preserving the quality of the video stream. Amimon’s wireless modules, which ...

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Moving Your Mouse with your Eyes

Moving Your Mouse with your Eyes

People with disabilities often find it hard to use the computer. Two Israeli students developed a unique softwere which uses a simple camera that tracks the user’s eyes across the screen and can help control the courser without relying on ...

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Sector Watch

Sector Watch

The Sector concept timekeeper, developed by the Turkish designer Tamer Nakisci with the Italian wristwatch company Sector in 2004, was meant to be both a fashion statement and a highly functional device capable of displaying images, video messages, and GPS ...

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Nokia Open

Nokia Open

Nokia Open concept – This mobile communication concept was designed by Hugo Danti, an industrial designer in Barcelona, Spain who won 1st prize in the NOKIA 4G mobile concept competition. One main button controls the primary functions while all others ...

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NEC’s Nave

NEC’s Nave

NEC’s Nave – is a unique concept for a visual communication device meant to replace web cameras and video phones for conference calling. A 360 degree camera sends a hemispherical shot of callers’ faces visible on the other group’s Nave. ...

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