Sensisphere – curved touch surface

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Two University of Augsberg students, Benjamin Mayer and Martin Spengler, have developed a hemispherical touch display surface they call Sensisphere. Think Microsoft Surface, TouchTable, and other gesture-based displays, only curved. As the guys from Gizmodo point out, it really looks great when used for digital globe applications like Google Earth. Check out the video below: […]

Time again for CeBIT

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Ah, to not be in Germany and be a tech starved grad student. CeBIT generally has way cooler stuff than CES, but unless something really catches my eye, I will probably hold off and do a CeBIT round up this weekend as opposed to the daily lists I did for CES back January. Either way […]

Tuesday CES Round-up

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Last year, everything seemed to dwindle after Monday, but this year the tech blogs are still going strong. Time for my highlights for Tuesday: GPS Nav N Go on Sony PSP Hands on with Magellan’s 5430 Clarion EZDrive Spectec’s tiny little miniSD and bluetooth GPS GlobalSat’s new device Neonode media playing GPS prototype Visualization How […]

Monday CES Round-up

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A few more goodies were highlighted today. GPS Mio to be folded into Navman branding Mio has a “dual-front” GPS phone prototype Magellan shows off eight new devices More info on Garmin’s new toys Asus 3D GPS and PMP Monitors Alienware shows off curved monitor – we have talked a bit about our experiences with […]