Researchers call on Iron Man for nuclear workwear inspiration

Augmented reality tech is pretty cool. We’ve seen how it has been successfully utilized in games such as Pokemon GO, and how its use has also help create new experiences for shoppers, where the use of AR technology allows shoppers to “try” an item before buying it, whether it be clothes, glasses, or even furniture.Now perhaps in a more niche setting, gamer Olo Sabandija decided to create an augmented reality tattoo, which when scanned by a smartphone, will launch a Sonic the Hedgehog game. The game itself isn’t playable (gamers can only make the character jump) and right now in its current form, it pretty much just displays one of the stages from the game.Speaking to Nerdist, Sabandija talked about the possibility of making the game playable. “In theory I can make a playable game, but I’m still several online tutorials away from that, and it would need to be a game like Arkanoid or Space Invaders, where you only move side to side and maybe down. I can make all sides of the D-pad interactive, but activating o

Researchers call on Iron Man for nuclear workwear inspiration

If you're decommissioning a nuclear site, it would be nice to be able to call on Iron Man. But since he's a comic book character, researchers at the University of Bristol are proposing ...

Fri 30 Nov 18 from Gizmag

How HIV DNA is blocked from entering the cell nucleus

Multiple components of the nuclear pore complex and nuclear import machinery enable a protein called human myxovirus resistance 2 (MX2) to inhibit HIV-1 infection, according to a study published ...

Thu 29 Nov 18 from Phys.org

Jarvish X-AR carbon HUD helmet launches with cameras, comms and voice control

With a full carbon shell, twin 1080p cameras front and rear, Bluetooth audio, active noise cancelling, Alexa-powered voice control and a proper drop-down HUD screen, this Taiwanese smart ...

Tue 27 Nov 18 from Gizmag

Meet Lindsey: She'll be your guide today

A 5ft 2ins tall magenta robot, equipped with sensors and cameras, will guide visitors through exhibitions at a Lincoln museum from today.

Mon 26 Nov 18 from Phys.org

MoonBot Kit Does Sophisticated Vision That's Both Easy and Cheap

This robotics kit comes with a vision sensor that promises to be simple to program with autonomous behaviors

Mon 26 Nov 18 from IEEE Spectrum

Robot carers could help lonely seniors—they're cheering humans up already

The film Robot and Frank imagined a near-future where robots could do almost everything humans could. The elderly title character was given a "robot butler" to help him continue living on his ...

Mon 26 Nov 18 from Phys.org

Robotic Exoskeleton company Roam raises a $12 million Series A

Bay Area-based robotic exoskeleton company Roam announced this morning that it has secured a $12 million series A. The round, led by Yamaha Motors, with investments from Boost VC, Heuristics ...

Thu 29 Nov 18 from TechCrunch

Toy Tuesday: 11 Coolest ‘Iron Man’ Toys

Of all the toyetic superheroes out there, none has the gadget potential quite like Iron Man. Tony Stark has made a career out of building new and fun gizmos and gadgets to trick […] The ...

Tue 27 Nov 18 from Geek.com

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share