CES 2014 Continued: Bluetooth Paper Airplane Kit by PowerUp Toys

Time for some old-fashioned fun. Wait, did we say old-fashioned? Scratch that! PowerUp Toy’s plane is not your typical paper plane. At least, not after you attach the Bluetooth powered module and pair it with your phone. You can fly for about 10 minutes of battery, but recharging only takes about 15 minutes. Pilots can …

Is Social Media Important To Your Business

There is no doubt that technology is an important part of our daily lives, with our smart phones and tablets in our hands, information is always readily accessible. Many still solely rely on traditional marketing, when integrating the two – traditional and digital marketing, is key to cost efficiency and effective customer reach. Hopefully some …

CES 2014 Continued: Nikon and Alexx Henry Create a 360 Photogrammetry Booth

When big companies collaborate with innovative tech makers, sky is the limit. And Nikon booth at CES 2014 was the perfect example of that. Alexx Henry Studios created a 360° photogrammetry booth using 68 DSLR cameras to generate highly detailed 3D models of people at the event.  These models can then be imported into a video game …

CES 2014 Continued: Kurio Kids Phone. Parents rejoice!

Looking to acknowledge the fact that kids are getting smartphones at a younger and younger age, Kurio unveiled their kid’s phone. In addition to having an array of great kiddie features, it has something for the parents as well – parental control that will allow you to restrict phone use to certain hours of the …

Consumer Electronics Show 2014 (CES): Behold the Hologram Touch Screen!

International CES, more commonly known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), is an internationally renowned electronics and technology trade show, open to the public. The annual show is held each January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. And as the CES 2014 is over, we feel obliged to share some of the newest, “unbelieveablest” and very sci-fi …

CES 2014 Continued: Tobii Eye Tracking Sensors

  Another innovative, but hopefully soon-to-be mainstream gadget was The Tobii Eye Tracking Sensor. The sensor replaces your mouse, allowing your eyes to select the icons or links, scroll and zoom on maps, and throw boulders at bad guys (as shown in the booth’s demonstration). The response is surprisingly fluid and natural. Much as Kinnect …