bird™ is an innovative wearable device which aggregates the entire spectrum of interactive methods into a ring-like accessory, comfortably worn on the index finger. With bird, the entire room transforms into a 3D interactive workspace: the user can interact with displayed images on any surface as if it were a touch screen, with accurate control and unparalleled sensitivity. Further interaction abilities include Remote Touch, Hovering, Depth Sensing, Gesture control and even mouse functionality.
It all started with a simple game in a creativity class and the topic which was "clock", emerged haphazardly. Thus, various wall clocks as well as a number of researches based on digital and analogue clocks have been reviewed. The initial idea has been started by the least significant area of clocks which is the pin on which the clocks are usually hanging. This type of clock includes a cylindrical pole on which three projectors are installed. These projectors render the three existing handles identical to those of the ordinary analogue clocks. However, they also project numbers.
What is Blade? From a pure solution view point it’s a MHL-powered dongle with an embedded user interface that creates a streaming video/audio experience on a big screen TV. Blade combines user experience with low cost and high aesthetics. Visually Blade keys off these elements: a solid base that is weighted and provides a heft that gives comfort that the device won’t tip, a historical reference to English bone china that creates a visually appealing and translucence in the white plastic of the device body.
Multifunctional broadcasting equipment that helps communication between a service provider and a viewer. The number of personal broadcasters and viewers is gradually increasing. However, it is still not easy for the personal broadcasters to prepare a lot of equipment to broadcast. So, the multifunctional broadcasting equipment ‘Link’ is suggested which is able to include diverse devices’ functions at once. The Link makes personal broadcasting easier by using the flexible body shape and the front and rear cameras.
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