Hyundai IT is reportedly showing off this 70-inch multitouch table at the Korea Electronics Show this week, only in concept form.
There’s no technical specs apart from the fact that it’s “HD”, Hyundai is apparently saying that you’ll be able to use the display either as a Surface-like multitouch table or as a TV, it isnt clear yet if that means it will actually tilt up. the table apparently doesn’t function as a phone. stay posted, Hyundai should release more on this concet once the Electronics Show is in full swing.
This 3D rendering concept was created by Billy May, as part of Mozilla’s “Open Web Concept Phone” project, I have to say it looks stunning. The case is such a great design, with its sleek upward curve given the impression of a wedge that could fit right into your hand, the concept video gives us a peek at some of the specs we could expect.
8 Megapixel Camera
Dual Side Pico Projectors 45 Lumens @960×600
Embedded Bluetooth IR/Dongle – Headset
3.5mm Audi Jack
Mini USB Connection
The bluetooth dongle should act as both a bluetooth headset and a controller for the phone. The onboard pico projectors will let you display a virtual keyboard on a tabletop if you need to start typing.
I could imagine sitting in a coffee shop, cappuccino in hand with this pointed at the wall watching some tvcatchup or reading some comics..
If this concept could see its way onto the market, it could take the phone industry in a whole new ball game…
Does Mozilla have plans to produce a mobile phone? No. Mozilla has no plans to build this or any phone.
The Orange tent is a concept idea which aims to be the Ã¢â‚¬Å“Tent of the FutureÃ¢â‚¬Â. It was designed by Orange and is covered with fabric solar panels allowing you to make sure your essential gadgets can always be kept charged.
If you are a bike enthusiast, then you will definitely drool over the 1400 GTR from Kawasaki. The bike is already a hi-tech machine, hi-tech is just scaling it down, more appropriate would be that, it is the most technologically advanced bike on this planet.
How does a small gang of lightly armed Somali pirates hijack a modern cargo ship?
Speed and weaponry, mainly. Modern pirates, whether off the coast of Somalia or in the crowded shipping lanes of southeast Asia, typically use fast speedboats to zoom up to the sterns of slow-moving cargo ships. They then toss grappling hooks up to the rails and climb up ropes to clamber on deck.
The concept motorbike is the work of Israeli designer Amir Glinik, who centered his design around the theoretical application of the Ferrari Enzo’s V12 engine, chopped down to four cylinders and modified to drive just one wheel in a motorcycle frame.