The Pilot Translating Earpiece by Waverly Labs uses specially designed noise-canceling microphones to filter out ambient noise from the speech of someone talking. The speech is then passed through the Pilot app, where layers of speech translation technologies occur. The translation process includes speech recognition, machine translation and machine learning, then speech synthesis. The translated language is sent to the other user wearing the second earpiece. It all occurs simultaneously without interruption, as each person speaks to one another. It is currently available in five languages: English, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. The company will soon be adding additional languages, including Germanic, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Slavic and East Asian.
The Sony Xperia Touch interactive projector can turn any flat surface into a 23-inch touchscreen – this means that you can watch your favourites movies and also turn the projector into a keyboard for a quick YouTube search. The Xperia Touch is based on a proprietary Silicon X-tal Reflective Display technology, and it reads physical touches with its built-in 60fps camera and IR light detection. It also comes with two-way stereo speakers. All this, while measuring just 69 x 134 x 143mm.
How many of you have one too many cards that call your wallet home? Well, what if we told you that all you need is one? “One card to rule to them all.” perfectly describes the Coin. We are not really sure why the folks who created this wonderful device named it “Coin”. The Coin allows you to leave home with just one card and still have access to your credit cards, loyalty cards, gift cards and ATM cards. All you need to do is to ‘load’ in your cards with a card reader that connects to your smartphone. You can use the Coin to switch between cards. Watch the video above to get a better understanding how the Coin works.
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The Avegant Video Headset looks just as advanced as the viewing experience it delivers. It’s an intuitive and immersive device that offers HD audio and video in a device. Avegant's Patented Retinal Imaging Technology mimics natural eyesight through LED projection onto millions of microscopic mirrors. The company claims that the image clarity is hardly distinguishable from viewing the natural world. The headset’s fully adjustable optics compensate for most prescriptions, meaning you can enjoy extended viewing without the need for glasses. You can stream videos, watch downloaded content, and even enjoy console gaming without the need for special software.
Create your own off-grid network in under a minute with goTenna. When there's no cell coverage or Wi-Fi, activate goTenna by pulling its antenna out and then wirelessly pairing it to your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth-LE. With minimal effort you'll be ready to type out texts or share a location using goTenna's free offline maps. Since goTennas are sold in pairs, your smartphone will send the message to your goTenna and then shoot it out, via long-range radio waves, to its sibling goTenna(s). At the other end, the exact same thing happens, in reverse: the recipient goTenna sends your message over BTLE to the smartphone app it’s paired with; all this; in a matter of milliseconds.
Trunkster does away with the zipper and flap, and instead features a rolltop door that lets you instantly access your belongings in one swift motion. It also has a removable power bank to charge your devices anywhere you go, a built-in digital scale, a custom Travel Sentry TSA-approved combination lock to keep your luggage safe from intruders, and a robust side-to-side handle that gives you absolute control and enhanced balance through many grip positions. As an optional extra you can also have the Trunkster outfitted with a GPS so that it can be tracked from any connected device. It also features a hidden minimalist compartment for travel essentials like passports, notebooks, pens, etc.
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Turtle Beach Corporation, a leading audio technology company, has achieved an amazing breakthrough with its HyperSound technology. The company is now able to create directional audio using a transparent pane of glass. So much for the ‘fiction’ in Science Fiction. Similar to how a flashlight directs a beam of light, HyperSound directs a beam of audio to targeted listeners in a specific spot, delivering an immersive, 3D-like audio experience. For HyperSound Glass, the glass pane is layered with a set of transparent films allowing it to generate a beam of ultrasound that delivers crisp, clear audio to the targeted listener.
The Swiftpoint GT combines intuitive touch gestures with the precision and convenience of a mouse. The GT will help you bridge the gap between touch and non-touch modes of operating your desktop, laptop or tablet; and you don’t even need a touchscreen. The GT’s pen-like grip feels natural to use in anyone’s hands – large or small. The device is designed to be operated on your laptop next to your touchpad, so you can use it on a plane, bus, train or while relaxing on your couch. It gives you full flexibility offering both Bluetooth 4 and a wireless USB connection.
The hack-proof Solarin smartphone by Sirin Labs is aimed at people who carry a lot of sensitive information but don’t want to compromise on usability, quality or design. The phone comes with mobile threat protection that thwarts the broadest array of advanced device, network and application mobile cyber attacks. It has chip-to-chip 256-bit AES encryption; the same technology that militaries around the world use to protect their communications. Sirin Labs' Security Switch on the back of the handset enters the phone into a shielded mode, presenting an exclusive suite for fully encrypted calls and messages. A 23.8-megapixel camera, features laser autofocus and industry-leading four-tone flash, and beam forming audio, while the sound system uses three bass-boosted speakers. The base model starts at US$13,800 and goes all the way up to US$17,400.
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