Amazfit has been making smartwatches for a while, and each was in a familiar form factor. Well, today it’s launching something a bit ahead of the curve.
Now we are getting somewhere. Wearables are an interesting category of consumer electronics products, and while they may never live up to the hype of some of the originals, like Google Glass, they are making a lot of progress as a fitness category of products.
This curved AMOLED is particularly choice.
James Dyson unveils design for coronavirus ventilator The entrepreneur said his company had designed the device at the request of the Government.
Design is always front and center. NO matter the time or the need, there is value embedded in a well designed approach to product. With billions of people practicing self-isolation, and finding themselves with some extra time on their hands, now might be a good time to start designing, or redesigning what you help put out into the world. Whether that be a newsletter, a personal blog, or a business product or interface, design and usability matters. Let’s kick it up a notch.
There is a lot going on in the world of foldable phone designs. Personally, I like the tri-fold concept, one that folds out into a tablet when needed. There is some work to do in terms of productization. In other words, reliability, usability, and value engineering, but once these challenges get ironed out, it’s not hard to imagine a world where these product designs are commonplace.
The zany designs might not make it to market, but the company is determined to launch an affordable foldable soon.
This will change the game, again. What a rebirth, that fold form factor with modern tech will just work, especially for the fashion conscious.
The reborn Motorola Razr has a few quirks, but one of the most obvious is that all-black exterior. How are you supposed to flex with your foldable phone when it’s so inconspicuous? Don’t worry — you’ll have a better chance to flaunt your handset soon. Motorola has confirmed that a “Blush Gold” version of the Razr will be available in the spring. More specific launch details weren’t available as we wrote this, but we wouldn’t expect it to carry a significant premium over its less resplendent counterpart.
Until we know what the real PS5 design is, these concepts will have to suffice…
The PS5 design is still shrouded in mystery, so although we might know some things about Sony’s next-gen console, like a couple of upcoming PS5 games, the logo, and features like haptic feedback, we have no idea what the PS5 design will be. You know, what the box that’ll be sat under your TV for the next five or so years will look like.
Until Sony officially reveals the console, we’re turning to the internet, to see what the most plausible concepts are out there. We’re ignoring anything that’s totally crazy, like a mad floating ball, or one that turns the PS5 into a rollable screen with half a controller attached to either side. Let’s be realistic here folks.
In what may be the starting pistol in a race to AR for your eyes, startup Mojo Vision unveiled their augmented reality contact lenses for the first time.
The digital world has been creeping closer to your face. Was a time when a laptop was about as personal as you got with a computer. Then came smartphones, and a few years later, some of us started strapping screens to our heads. Now, in what must be the penultimate step to tapping brains directly, the world has a working digital display in a contact lens.
After years of quiet research, startup Mojo Vision demonstrated their augmented reality contact lens to select journalists at CES and then, yesterday, broke the news officially to a flurry of articles and first-hand accounts.
Imagine your smartphone knew everything about the city – but the city didn’t know anything about you. Wouldn’t that be ‘smarter’ than our current surveillance dystopia?
This is a much better idea in terms of how you and your sphere of connectivity become inputs for a smart city. Instead of collecting data on you and other environmental factors, let you be the collector. Our cities would start to model themselves after our lifestyles, instead of requiring us to constantly adapt to meet their needs.
The V-Coptr Falcon is a bi-copter drone that has a 50-minute battery life: Digital Photography Review
Boasting only 2 propellers, instead of the typical 4 on a consumer-grade drone, Falcon’s bi-copter can fly up to 50 minutes – about 20 minutes longer than leading competitors.
We love drones. Not just because of their potential and use as a photography tool, but because of the technology. At a fundamental level, drones are with us and will continue to be a big part of our future. If you haven’t had the opportunity to use one commercially, buckle up and seize that moment.
A combo of 4K and 360º, the AI-powered modular Insta360 ONE R action camera impresses with its small size and high quality hardware.
We have been wanting to get our hands on one of these. Nokia has had a professional alternative in the marketplace for years. However, it costs 10s of thousands of dollars. The review cites the cost of this bad boy as a con, but we have to say that it actually hits the sweet spot.
Can’t wait to get out in the field and start creating with this thing. Of course we’ll report on our progress once we find a client that can use some 360 degree creative.
AR or Augmented Reality is taking its time, there are so many channels and product pieces to get right, but it is coming. I believe that it is one of those things that will be here in a big way when it lands, and this will happen sooner than most people think.
It is being used commercially in the adult industry and in medicine today. I believe it will get a larger footprint in Entertainment and then start being used and exploited as a medium across-the-board commercially. The gear is catching up, the tools are there, and compelling content or reasons for use are coming on line. Hold your britches.