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The KeyMouse uses Bluetooth wireless connectivity via USB. While it has a traditional qwerty keyboard (see featured image), one of the KeyMouse’s standout feature is its utility keys. Because of its design, the KeyMouse has specific thumb keys that a keyboard cannot match.
The KeyMouse’s calling card is its comfort. It has arched rubber palm grip for your hands. It is designed so that your wrist doesn’t have to configure itself as you type; the keys are already in comfortable reach of your fingers. Additionally, its two part design allows for better posture. With laptops of keyboards a common issue is the poor posture developed when spending many hours working or playing at a single keyboard. With the KeyMouse, users can sit back and focus on the screen without having to get up close to it to type.
Iphone 7 with expanding screen
On the topic of the future Apple iPhone 7 it was conducted a lot of talk,a lot of assumption and a lot of concepts, but none of it was not so bold and unusual. Designer under the pseudonym Sonitdac,offered concept of iPhone with Spreading the screen that allows you to transform it in corporate tablet iPad without any loss of quality and functionality of both devices.
According to the idea, iPhone 7 will receive a Type-C connector, and curved at the edges of the screen, like a series of flagship Samsung Galaxy edge, with a widescreen display. “Home” button will be physical, but the classic 3.5-mm audio jack for headphones disappear. But that’s not all. The main innovative solution in the concept – is the screen. He is flexible and elastic, allowing with additional built-in mechanisms to increase the compact smart phone to tablet size.
Unfortunately, Apple is unlikely to embody the idea into life. Firstly, in he design too many moving parts that can break. Second, the mechanism is not covered, which could lead to injury to the user, if he accidentally touches his finger at the wrong time. And if get stuck a cloth and similar items, may be affected and the device itself. But in any case, the work of designer carried out on the “top five” – her fun to watch. The concept is really great, is not it?
Apparently a tech company called Chaotic Moon is looking to take advantage of the 20% of humans who already have a proclivity toward tattoos. For the rest? An appeal to safety and security, of course, and an assurance that a future offering could be a “Band-Aid-like package.”
Chaotic Moon’s dual-purpose tattoo is comprised of electro conductive ink embedded with sensors and microchips. Here is the reasoning why this product is so desirable according to one of the developers, Eric Schneider, who mentions the banking aspect to CBSNewYork:
“We carry wallets around and they are so vulnerable (more vulnerable than millions of people getting hacked at once? – N.W.). With the tech tattoo you can carry all your information on your skin and when you want your credit card information or your ID, you can pull that up automatically through the system,” he said.
Oculus rift is an amazing device allowing the player to dive fully into the world of the game in the full control of the player and its actions. It has a 3D vision which makes the gameplay realistic and brings you into the game.
If you could control gravity or inertial forces, you would have a propulsion breakthrough (thrusting without rockets), a means to create synthetic gravity environments for space crews, a means to create zero-gravity environment on Earth - hey that could be fun - and a whole host of other things.
Like "Warp Drives", this subject is also at the level of speculation, with some facets edging into the realm of science. We are at the point where we know what we do know and know what we don’t, and there is a lot that we don’t know. The better news is that there is no science that says that gravity control is impossible.
First, we do know that gravity and electromagnetism are linked phenomena. We are quite adept at controlling electromagnetic phenomena, so one can presume that such a connection might eventually lead to using our control of electromagnetism to control gravity. General Relativity, another one of Einstein’s doings, is one way to describe such connections. Another way is through new theories from quantum mechanics that link gravity and inertia to something called "vacuum fluctuations."
Is this subject being studied?
Historically, gravity has been studied in the general sense, but not very much from the point of view of seeking propulsion breakthroughs. With the newly formed NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program, that situation is changing.