The takee 1 of Estar generates holographic images on the smartphone. The system developed by the Chinese company Estar takee 1 is the first smartphone equipped with a holographic interface worldwide which was rolled out on Thursday afternoon in Beijing. The virtual image is generated by four cameras on the front side which track the user’s eye movements so it can render images differently from different angles. These images are then processed by the phone to create a holographic experience. Amazon made the same approach to its Fire Phone in the past. With the cameras of Takee 1, it is possible to scan real world images and then display them as 3D model objects and thereby it is also easily possible to pass the scanned images onto a 3D printer. Continue Reading for more interesting details and product video.
The Plane disaster in eastern Ukraine shocked the whole world. The lives of 298 civilians were wiped out in the wreckage of the downed flight MH17 which was heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. A German IBM intern Fatima Dyczynski (25) was also on board of this ill-fated Flight. Fatima was on her way to her dream job in Perth (Australia). The Aerospace engineer who most recently worked for an Amsterdam-startup, was to start her internship with software manufacturer IBM in Australia. Her parents are living in Perth for seven years. Her mother Ms Rudhart-Dyczynski says, “I was writing to her ‘Have a good flight’ and she just come on Skype,” said. “There was a problem with boarding somehow and she said ‘I’m home at 3 o’clock’ and ‘It’s good to be home’.”
After laying off some 18,000 workers, Microsoft has announced to halt its terms with Android based Nokia X handsets and Nokia Features Phones and decided to go with its own Windows OS. All the stuff happened so quickly with the arrival of the new CEO, Satya Nadella who hinted the things a few days ago including making strong market for Windows Phone and cutting down jobs. It can be concluded that the workforce associated with the manufacturing of Android and Feature Phones will be thrown out as it will be of no use for the company.
REDirect is a celebration of skateboard filmmaking between Red Digital Cinema and The Berrics.A great video by Russell Houghten which shows a skater rolling through a deserted city and making the most of this freedom. The scenario shown in this video is probably the dream of every skater. Russell Houghton airbrushed out the whole traffic of the Los Angeles city Highways leaving only the skateboarders behind.
Blood is truly the river of life. This video tells 10 interestng and strange facts involving blood and what some disgusting people do/did with it. Whether it’s being baked into a meringue, drunk by a cruel countess, or pumped through a decapitated dogs head, blood has been used in some pretty disgusting ways. Take a look at Ten Disgusting Facts about blood to discover more- but be warned it’s not for the squeamish.
A recent incident in San Diego shows that iPads contain Nickel, one of the most common allergy-inducing metals. Nickel is processed in the tablet and many people are allergic to this metal as it is a common allergy-inducing metal and can cause nasty itchy rashes.
It is about the case of an eleven year old boy.He had to be hospitalized because of itchy body rash. The doctor in charge diagnosed a nickel allergy relatively quickly which triggered scaly patch rash over the whole body of the boy. However, it was not clear where he could have brought this high nickel dose from.