Check out the Mercedes F015. No you can’t have it. Mercedes’ concept of the future is unlikely to ever go into production, but it’s certainly a head-turner. In that respect, it’s certainly an improvement on the Google prototype demonstrated last year.
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New research published today in the journal Advanced Functional Materials suggests that graphene-treated nanowires could soon replace current touchscreen technology, significantly reducing production costs and allowing for more affordable, flexible displays. The majority of today’s touchscreen devices, such as tablets and smartphones are made using indium tin oxide (ITO) which is both expensive and inflexible. […]
This looks like a simple idea at first and it is. Then you realise it has a million* unique applications! Touchpico is a pocket-sized Android device without a screen. Instead it has a built in projector which throws up an 80-inch image on a surface such as a wall. But it also comes with an infrared stylus – are you getting […]
Bringing technology and multimedia specifically to the food and beverage business isn’t new. Companies have been doing it for years. What is new, however, is Pizza Hut’s particular “take” on it. Using a combination of touch screen technology and multimedia they’ve come up with this pretty slick interactive table which allows you to customise your […]
Nikon have recently released their newest – and smallest – camera: the Nikon Coolpix S02. Face-on it’s actually smaller than a credit card (though not as thin!) and it’s designed to wear on a neck strap as a fashion accessory. It comes in a choice of metallic colours (we like pink) and has a touch screen […]