Tuesday, 25 September 2018 08:20

Explore Space With Solar System AR Toy

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Becoming an astronaut is tough. First, you need a degree in engineering, math, or science, and have at least three years of field experience. Second, you have to pass an incredibly demanding physical examination. 

And even if you do get selected, you have to undergo training which involves squeezing yourself into tiny simulators and gaining fluency in Russian. Oh, and once you finally get to go on a deep-space mission, you also have to trust the universe not to let you end up in space.


Just because it's almost impossible to get into a space program, doesn't mean you can't explore the solar system. The Solar System Mini Set offers a unique celestial experience, and you can play with it in the comfort of your home (you can even eat space cheese if you want).

Engineered using 3D printing technology, the 3 cm planet models are optimized to work with augmented reality technology so you can see each one's character up close. When you pair the planets with the app, you can inspect them in amazing detail, complete with features like atmospheres, moons, and rings. It works in real time, too. The mini replica can be light or dark depending on the time you explore as it mirrors how the actual planet rotates into daylight.


Monday, 17 September 2018 06:17

Microsoft Windows 95 Mobile

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The arrival of Microsoft's Windows 95 operating system and how it dominates the personal computer world is well know, by some estimates, more than 90 percent of all personal computers, and its the Microsoft's most loved operating system, Windows 95. Sometimes Microsoft doesn't know how much of an impact it would have on our lives decades ago.

The surprising concept video show us how it would have been if the Windows 95 and Windows mobile had a smart phone, this video was made by a Youtube animation channel which looks so delightful to watch the concept.

Revel in classic-looking Windows 95 icons like "Internet Mail," "Internet News," "Audio Player" and just plain "The Internet." The video also showcases an old-school version of Microsoft Word and Internet Explorer, with the browser throwing an annoying unexpected error message. 

It turns out Windows 95 Mobile has some real-life precedent. Steven Sinofsky, former president of Microsoft's Windows Division, tweeted a response to the video, saying, "this is pretty cute but the Windows team did this for real in 2011."

This actually looking clean video made the viewers satisfied, we can also expect a XP version of this concept video in the future as expected by the subscriber to the YouTube Channel.

Its looks a better design idea for Windows Mobile phones.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 16:03

Most Expected Tech Gagets of 2018

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A variety of latest tech gadgets are arriving this year and through the holiday season most anticipated new phones and watches from Apple, Samsung and Google, a new online service for Nintendo Switch and a whole lot more. And that's just in 2018 - we'll also cover what we know about the future of gaming, including the next Xbox and PlayStation.

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are very much anticipated, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 2018 version could get a fingerprint reader under the screen, Red Hydrogen phone the Android device will feature a 5.7-inch screen with a holographic 3D display and a new network that allows sharing of holographic movies.

Nintendo Switch Online hot multiplayer games like Fortnite and Super Smash Brothers seem perfect for the portable platform's online service, Apple Watch Series 4 the next version could finally be where Apple makes some bigger changes in how it actually looks, with reports of a larger display, solid-state click-free buttons and perhaps better battery life or a dedicated watch face store.

Google Pixel Watch the line could consist of one watch or three, use a new Qualcomm chipset for better battery life, and will probably be always listing for you to say "Hey Google." Apple iPad Pro 2018 hot off the release of the new non-Pro iPad in April, Apple's WWDC event in June came and went without mention of a new larger iPad Pro to go with it. New MacBooks a tiny boost in the speed of its antiquated Intel CPU and a belated doubling of RAM. So yeah, a new one is due, and reportedly coming this year.

Magic Leap One AR headset the first product to come out of the Google-backed augmented-reality startup, the Magic Leap One Creator Edition AR headset looks like a pair of full-on goggles straight out of a steampunk universe. It includes a set of Lightwear smart glasses, a battery pack belt and a controller. Microsoft HoloLens 2 is rumored for early 2019. Pricing hasn't been announced yet, but it should cost a lot less, thanks in part to competition from the likes of Oculus Go and a new Qualcomm chip. Atari VCS the refreshed console will run Linux, come in two designs (wood, black-and-red glass) and includes both classic and new games. It'll also have ports for USB, HDMI and SD connections. If it ever ships. 

The next Xbox (as early as 2020) at its press event at E3 Microsoft kicked off by confirming it's going to release a new Xbox console at some point in the future. Xbox streaming service Microsoft's E3 event also mentioned a new game streaming service, designed to "unlock console-quality gaming on any device." 

PlayStation 5 (2021, or maybe never) Speaking of Sony, the company's official word is that the next console is at least three years away - so, sometime in 2021.

Via Cnet



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