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With most 3D TVs you’ll see a headache-inducing double image unless you’re wearing a pair of polarising or shutter glasses. But researchers from the Shirai Lab at Japan’s Kanagawa Institute of Technology have developed a remarkable screen that can display both 2D and 3D images at the same time, without the eye-straining side effects.
Even though they’re mostly designed for kids, it’s impossible to resist those installations where camera-equipped projectors shine an interactive projection on the ground. But there’s no shame in enjoying one in your own home, because the company behind many of those creations is officially launching a consumer version that will all but guarantee your kids never play outside again.
Learning to play a new instrument is an exciting endeavour, until you get caught up in the hours of mind-numbing practice required to get proficient. But if learning the piano is up next on your bucket list, you’ll be desperate to get your hands on this clever projection system that makes learning the ivories easier — and dare we say: fun.
Photography is a lovely hobby for adults who’ve developed the requisite patience to wait for the perfect shot. But for kids? Not so much. They demand more instant gratification, so Hasbro has created the Showcam, a digital camera targeted at kids that lets them add effects and hilarious animations to photos, and even project them on a wall for all to see.
For a coding contest where competitors had a limited amount of time to come up with a novel game that plays out in just 10 seconds, SassyBot Studio created this stressful-looking bomb defusing challenge that has players trying to figure out what wire to snip.
For the most part, once something’s been printed — a photo, a map, an article — there’s not much you can do to change it. And for person’s dealing with visual impairments, that can be a problem. So researchers at Wakayama University in Japan have developed a projector system that allows print materials to be adjusted, even after they’re printed.
Back at CES, Texas Instruments announced a new chip architecture for portable projectors. Now it’s rolling out its first chip with that tech built-in. What’s that mean for you? Better pictures to beam into your eyes.
You probably stopped taking baths somewhere around high school when you realised you were just soaking in your own filth. But thanks to researchers at the University of Electro-Communications’ Koike Laboratory who used a Kinect to turn a pool of water into an interactive display, it might be worth skipping the shower for a long relaxing soak again.
I hate everything, but I find this little projector to be the cutest and most adorable thing in the world. Projecteo is a miniature projector — about the size of a jar of Carmex — that transfers nine of your Instagram photos onto a single frame of 35mm Kodak film for you to then show your friends or whatever.