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Thursday, February 25, 2016

This smart bracelet can display a smartphone screen in its user skin

This current era of wearable devices has started, Google has created an innovative product with smart glasses which we call the Google Glass. While Apple has now also set up a smart watches named Apple Watch. Other companies are also not to be outdone, such as Samsung, Sony, LG and Motorola are currently each have to present their smartwatch products.
The Cicret Bracelet will project a tablet interface onto the user's arm. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X9HzV)
In addition to glasses and smart watches, some manufacturers also have to bring the smart bracelet or what we call a smart bracelet, another variant of the wearable device is widely used for those who actively exercise. So what functions and advantages of this Cicret smart bracelet?

Compared to glasses and watches which do have a specific function, the smart bracelets only serves as a sensor sender information to a smartphone, this smart bracelet device will read the activity of users, and next the smart bracelet will be able to send your heart rate or the number of steps and read the calories users to the smartphone. Various information can be viewed through the smartphone screen.
The Cicret Bracelet will be available on 10 different colors. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X9HzV)
But unlike the Cicret's smart bracelet, because the smart bracelet has a mini projector module in it. The Cicret Bracelet able to re-display the smartphone screen of the mini projector module to the surface of its user skin.

The Cicret Bracelet which is still in prototype form, it does look attractive, in addition to providing a futuristic touch, the device has other functions than just the notification transmitter.

This bracelet is able to display all the content available on the smartphone screen and show it on the skin surface of the hands of users. As of this writing, the Cicret Bracelet developer still require funding of about 700,000 to complete this project to get into the final stage.
At first glance, the shape of the Cicret Bracelet has a shape similar to the bracelets in general, but behind the colors bandage bracelet that included a Pico Projector module, eight motion sensors and accelerometer sensors and a vibration function that makes this bracelet looks like a magic and can provide a "wow effect" for anyone who saw it.

This smart bracelet has a LED notification, WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth and USB port and is predicted to be available with 16GB or 32GB of storage capacity. With smartphone-connected the Cicret Bracelet able to send and receive email, SMS, browsing or even play games and answer incoming calls.
This smart bracelet will be available in the market about one and a half years, and only then if the collection of funds from donors can be collected quickly as expected. The plan, the smart bracelet of Cicret will be sold at a price of US $400. If you are interested in making a donation to this project, please go to their official web page here. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CICRET | GIZMAG]
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Monday, November 30, 2015

Li-fi 100 times faster than Wi-fi

If you expect the faster Wifi connection, meaning much faster than is currently, may be this news worth listening to. Li-Fi will be a new technology for the data transmitting that is claimed 100x faster than Wi-Fi and this one uses the spectrum of light instead of radio frequencies.
LTE, Wifi, LiFi overview. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nhycfy)
In contrast to the Wi-Fi commonly using a router to deploy Wi-Fi signal, The Li-fi use light to transmit data with the help of an instrument called the Li-Flame Ceiling Unit and while to receive the signals using a device called the Li-Flame Desktop Units connected to a computer or notebook via a USB connection.

Li-Fi was today claimed to penetrate the speed of 1 Gbps but in theory this technology is capable of reaching speeds of 224 Gbps, in addition to fast, Li-Fi also safer of the radio frequency interference problem and more secure because the Li-Fi signal not spread like the Wi-Fi signal but rather focus in certain areas only.
How does the Visible Light Communications (VLC) technology works. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nhycfy)
Li-Fi also claimed to be more efficient in terms of costs of production compared with Wi-Fi and no less important, if the current problems the Wi-Fi signal is still a debate whether it can be detrimental to health or not, Li-Fi that use light or lights claimed to be very safe because it in this case the claim has been no lights can harm health in the long term.
Illustration of Li-Flame. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nhycfy)
But do not like it, because it uses light as the connection of course has limitations where we can often move would be a problem if the Li-Fi points not spread evenly in the room, it looks like Li-Fi better suited for an alternative to a LAN connection or Wi-Fi that has a position always the same as in the PC/notebook is on the desk.
To be able to use the technology LiFi there are at least 3 major additional devices, namely LED lamp, an internet connection and a photo detector. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PURELIFI]
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Monday, March 2, 2015

Smart-cradle for your babby

It had its time all the equipment to be clever and connected to the phone, no exception the cradle also getting smarter or rather make the parents will be able to little relax.

Fisher 4-in-1 Smart Connect Cradle in Swing is the cradle in which not only can be rocking itself but this smart cradle also can connect to a mobile phone or tablet via Bluetooth connection.
The $200 SmartCradle can be remotely controlled via a phone app, allowing parents to stay in bed. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1DG6ZSN)
Through the help of the applications, we can activate the cradle rocking without having to get down from bed and walked to the cradle, although it may equally make us woke up but still easier with sufficient control through the phone without having to get down of the bed with a maximum distance of about 50 m.
The app can also play music, even when not near the cradle. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1DG6ZSN)
We can set the 6 level of rocking in the cradle even we can turn on the music on the cradle through the phone (there are 16 songs and 3 natural sound). The cradle also has 2 ways to wiggle the baby, which side to side or up and down, it is also important to remember sometimes every baby has a favorite way to put him to sleep.
If you still can not make the baby stop crying, we can activate the toy swivel at the top with the various colors lamp. The prices of the smart cradle is also not expensive ie sold at US. $200 (or approx Rp.2.57 million), it guaranteed really very "worth it" to get your tranquility at night. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The world's first smart umbrella

Do not want to buy expensive umbrella for fear of missed it somewhere? Maybe it's time you buy this smart umbrella. Kisha is claimed as the world's first smart umbrella because it is not just an umbrella to protect you from the rain.

Within this umbrella there is a Bluetooth connection that makes this umbrella can be connected to mobile phones (iOS and Android) and presents some features which was not have on the ordinary umbrella.
Kisha is a smart umbrella that uses an app to predict the weather. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uhES5d)
First, with the help of existing applications, we will be notified the weather forecast and the application will remind us to bring the umbrella, that means if we ignore the notification and try to leave the house without an umbrella, automatically the application will issue a notification when the distance of the umbrella and mobile phone was out of Bluetooth connection range.
The manufacturers describe Kisha's opening and closing mechanism as "perfect". (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uhES5d)
Second, we do not need to worry about this expensive umbrella (it costs US $ 59, about Rp.650,000) will be missed somewhere because Kisha will provide notification to our phone when the Kisha umbrella are out of Bluetooth connection range so that we will remember that our umbrella was left behind.
The manufacturers of Kisha are so confident about its quality they're offering a 3-year guarantee. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uhES5d)
We do not have to worry if the notification continues to beep when the umbrella is in a safe location because Kisha will not interfere us by issued notification when the location is in a place that is already stored in the database, for example Kisha will not sound when in the house, car or office.

This smart umbrella uses a battery that is claimed to be used for 3-6 months. In addition to the smart features, Kisha as the regular umbrella also not forget the basic features as the umbrella where Kisha has a good quality that is not easily damaged and easily to opened/closed when needed. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | KISHA | GIZMAG]
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The holographic era is in sight

Pretty soon Microsoft will launch Hololens that will change the world about how we use computers in the future or it also can be said an era where we will be increasingly rarely use computer monitors. Hololens is an eyewear that combines the real world with the virtual world or called the augmented reality technology.
Microsoft executives Joe Belfiore, Terry Myerson and Alex Kipman pose wearing HoloLens eyewear that overlays 3D images on the real world, at a press event at the technology titan's main campus in Redmond, Washington. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1LdKBnf)
Through Hololens later many things that can be done without having to use a computer (monitor and keyboard). Name it whatever, we can design something without touching the monitor and keyboard, just use Hololens and our hands.
Microsoft Hololens is an eyewear that combines the real world with the virtual world or called the augmented reality technology. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1yKuUPh)
The greatness of a merger between the real and virtual world allows us to incorporate the design into a real object, for example when someone is designing a motorcycle, the design can be applied directly to the real object (the motorcycle frame).
With Microsoft Hololens, you can designing a motorcycle and the design can be applied directly to the real object (the motorcycle frame). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1yKuUPh)
Of course there are many more things you can do and if you want to know roughly what the hell to do, can see the video below.
And this Microsoft Hololens will work with Windows OS 10 platform, which will be launched in the near future. Well, everything may become easier with this technology. We'll wait for the debut later. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MICROSOFT  | BAGOGAMES]
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Saturday, January 17, 2015

What if we have a modular phone?

Maybe you are still confused about what benefits mobile modules that are currently still being developed by Google with the name Project Ara?

No need to be confused, just watch the video below will be much easier to understand the advantages of mobile phone module system.
Google hopes Project Ara will change the way you see smartphones. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1ynjpyN)
Later, as users not only allows us to change the part of the phone such as the processor, camera or screen to the newer technology but the phone module allows us to add some other things such larger speakers, compass and more.
Not just replace it, the phone module also makes us more efficient where if there is a part that is damaged, we simply replace the damaged module just, so do not need to buy a new phone. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PROJECT ARA | GREENBOT]
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