“WIRED gets exclusive first-look at the new Xbox One and Kinect sensor. Watch as we test the new Kinect with advanced 3D and infrared capabilities. Jumping, punching, and fireballs…even in the dark.”
“You can’t blame us for rushing to see LG’s flexible OLED HD panel here at SID. First announced earlier this week, the 5-inch display sports a plastic construction, which allows it to be both bendable and unbreakable. Most alluring of all, though, is LG’s intimation that the screen tech will debut in a smartphone by the end of this year. Before we get lost in thoughts about a tricked-out Optimus G, let’s take a look at this early prototype.
Read more at Engadget: http://goo.gl/wC2bX“
“It’s what we’ve always envisioned for Leap Motion — to break down the barriers between people and technology. Here’s a video to show you how close we are. With Leap Motion technology, Windows OS is natural, easy, and fun to use. You’ll navigate your desktop, browse the web, flip through photos, and do everything you do everyday in extraordinary ways —all with the wave of a hand or lift of a finger.
Leap Motion with Mac coming soon.”
“An F-35B test aircraft completes the first-ever vertical takeoff (VTO) at NAS Patuxent River, Md., on May 10, 2013. While not a capability used in combat, VTOs are required for repositioning of the STOVL in environments where a jet could not perform a short takeoff. In these cases, the jet, with a limited amount of fuel, would execute a VTO to travel a short distance.”