California must really be strapped for cash. In a move to generate some revenue, the state is considering a bill to allow electronic advertisements to be placed on vehicle license plates. Before your ass gets too puckered, I hear you – what about driver safety, right? Apparently, the ads will only play if a vehicle… Continue reading I’m Drivin’ It: California Ponders Ad-Supported Electronic License Plates
Finally. Thank you, Toshiba. I’ve always found that iPhone pinching gesture to be so unintuitive and weird. I mean, yeah, we’re all used to it now and it’s totally second-nature to most people, but to say it was an intuitive experience is a bit of a stretch. Speaking of stretching and pinching and stuff, Toshiba… Continue reading New Toshiba LCD Concept Gives Your Arms a Workout
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/10756110[/vimeo] Water is an amazing thing that is taken for granted. So it is quite awesome when some creative minds make art out of water. Something that many of us have never seen, and, as is clear from the video, something you can’t help but watch in amazement. Aquascript is the technology that powered this… Continue reading Spectacular Waterfall Billboard Presents A Powerful Message
Japan’s Sharp Corp has announced that the company will begin offering 3D-capable LCD televisions later this summer in Japan. Sharp Corp. has high hopes for the new design and it is expected to be the industry’s next biggest thing. Popular rivals such as Samsung and Sony Corp have already seen large success with their 3D… Continue reading Sharp To Enter 3D TV Market This Summer
Ever heard of StreamTV? Neither have I. But apparently, unbeknown to you, I, or the rest of the Internet, they’re the leaders in 3DTV technology. Right now on Amazon, you can pre-order StreamTV’s two offerings (though I only suggest pre-ordering one of them… they’re pretty wallet-killing). The first, ‘Stream TV 37-Inch 3D TV with Super… Continue reading 3DTV: A New Challenger Appears?
I’m not big on the whole 3D scene. Trying to fit awkward glasses over my regular ones isn’t exactly comfortable. Likewise, virtual reality is something I’m not too keen on (two words: Virtual Boy). But this, I like. The pCubee (yes, that’s “PEE-kyoo-bee”) is a new spin on an…uh…’old classic’. By utilizing five LCD screens… Continue reading Device with Silly Name Attempts to Redefine Virtual Reality
Flexible displays might be on the way and widely used sooner than we think. Recently, HP unveiled a new idea in a demo of its flexible display technology. CTO Phil McKinney rolled up one of HP’s flexible displays…and it was immediately destroyed. “You’re probably good for about half a dozen times before the material will… Continue reading HP Brings Us One Step Closer to Taking Flexible Displays For Granted