Май 20, 2016
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Most countries are well known for some specific cultural peculiarities. Japan is, probably one of the most exotic ones.
The country is famous for its inventions and strange (only to our opinion) things that can exist only there. Some of them are weird, others are genius; a couple of them are somewhere in between. In this video we decided to amuse you by the most exotic and strange ones, which are still awesome to see and use. Stay tuned for Smart Is The New Sexy and watch the full video. We bet you’ll find a lot of interesting things to learn and discuss with your dearest and nearest! If you are ready, meet the most interesting and unusual genius inventions to be found only in Japan!
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5 Smartphones You Wont Believe Exist!
Ever since Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone 10 years ago, smartphones have been the latest avenue for innovation, with phones rocking new and eye-catching designs. Phone companies are trying to make the way people interact with their phones, setting new and lofty standards for future phone makers. With this being said, prepare to be completely amazed by these 5 Smartphones You Won’t Believe Actually Exist! Lets begin!
1. The DRAS Phone
Phones keep getting bigger and screen real estate is increasing with each new phone release. However, compromises have to be made on the phone’s portability. Putting a new iPhone in your pocket is becoming more of a daunting task. The DRAS phone design addresses this by combining a foldable screen and a solid frame to allow it to be unfolded into a compact standard format. This allows the user to check messages, time or even fold it into a mini-phone that fits perfectly inside your pocket. The use of the flexible touchscreen interface is the most attractive and innovative feature of this phone, using sensors to detect finger force to allow folding without affecting the touchscreen performance.
2. Zenophone Ar
This phone looks normal at first site. The large 5.7-inch screen, quad-core processor and quad-HD resolution are now standard technologies and features that come with every premium phone. However, it is one of the first phones to use the new Google technologies Tango and Daydream make it even more exceptional. The exciting augmented reality (AR) technologies use motion and tracking sensors, high resolution cameras and artificial intelligence to determine the physical surroundings around you then uses an infrared projector to give you the immersive experience of augmented reality, making it feel like an episode of Star Trek every time you use this phone.
3. Lenovo Cplus
Curved screens are becoming a feature that some phones are beginning to spot. Lenovo decided to skip the whole curved phone phase and introduce a bendable phone that can also double up as a watchband. It uses a flexible screen and a segmented body to allow the phone to bend without breaking. Officially known as the CPIus, it will come in two sizes, large and small. Although not in production, people who tested it said it was quite the fete to place traditionally inflexible phone components such as a battery in a bendable chassis without damaging anything. There have been concepts of such technology but the CPIus are the first to have unveiled demos and hopefully, this phone will reach the market.
4. Triple-display Flip
Called the Flip by designer Kristian Ulrich Larsen, this phone spots a triple display running stock Android that pops out into a tent-like structure and can collapse into a standard curved phone. It can even fold out like a book. It has 3 flexible curved Super AMOLED covered by Gorilla Glass for touch input and even has a full QWERTY keyboard if you look hard enough, with steel mesh at the hinges and an aluminum case allowing the phone to be flexible yet strong. It can be configured to take up to six different positions, so you’ll never get bored with just one.
5. Nintendo Plus
The recent Nintendo Switch has been the best-selling gaming console in the new generation of console, but what would Nintendo need to leap in front of Sony? Maybe a Nintendo smartphone? That was what designer Giuseppe Avanzato proposed. Dubbed the Nintendo Plus, this phone uses Android Marshmallow and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with a 5.1 inch Full HD AMOLED panel. The native emulators of famous Nintendo Consoles are the neat tricks this phone is hiding. It has a kick slider and a rotation opening mechanism that lets you spin the screen however you like it. It has dedicated gaming buttons including 4 action buttons, a D-pad and two thumb sticks that can be removed. It doubles up as a phone, with a 3000mAh battery, 12-megapixel camera and a hidden SIM slot with a stylus pen. Now that’s awesome!
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Over the past 18 months, Project Tango has been collaborating with robotics laboratories from around the world to concentrate the past decade of research and computer vision into a new class of mobile device.
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Intel's Vaunt smart glasses won't make you look like a Glasshole. Dieter Bohn got an exclusive look at Intel's latest gadget. By shining a low-powered laser into your retina, the glasses can get all sorts of information without pulling out your phone. UPDATE: In April 2018, Intel ceased development on the Vaunt smart glasses project.
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