Monthly Archives: March 2010

Tweet The Personal Hovercraft: Honda’s robot transporter. Honda’s answer to the Segway comes in unicycle style hovercraft, that glides across the floor with ease and looks like a fun ride. This robotic vehicle is not street legal, just like the case of the Segway, law markers can’t figure out how […]

The Personal Hovercraft

Tweet Magical, A Revolution, A Break Through, THE BEST, and it will change the world! From the way these guys at Apple describe this new device one would think the iPad is going to blow minds and become the tool of the future. These revelations may hold some merit, (iPad […]

Apple iPad Explained

Tweet Leonardo is a robot developed by Professor Cynthia Breazeal of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab in conjunction with Stan Winston Studio and DARPA. Leonardo is an adorable AI robot that learns from facial cues and voice inflections. He’s also interactive, though he’s not mobile yet, he can […]

Leonardo Robot is the place for virtual world movies and videos. For those that don’t fully understand what Machinima is here’s a description clip from Wikipedia to give you a clue. Machinima (pronounced /m???i?n?m?/ or /m????n?m?/) is the use of real-time three-dimensional (3-D) graphics rendering engines to generate computer animation. […]

Dulce Base
TweetDulce Base “Nightmare Hall” UPDATE: (The History Channel Removed the Dulce Base Episode… I wonder why.)  OK… UFOs aren’t really my thing, and a series of videos, produce by the History Channel’s UFO Hunters, about Grey Alien influence on humanity is more akin to trans-humanism and UFO reality, than augmented […]

Dulce Base " Nightmare Hall "

Tweet Seymourpowell’s Aircruise concept proposes a world where society moves higher into the stratosphere and it turns the global atmosphere into living room vistas. Aircruise is a Natural Gas Clipper Airship that will float across the global at 12,000 feet above sea level. This luxury hotel in the sky will […]


Tweet The RCVLab at Queen’s University demonstrates Deep Green, a pool playing robot, and ARPool, an augmented reality system for teaching the science of pool. Deep Green Robotic Shooter and AR tracking are exciting examples of applied robotics and AR teaching tools. The shooters game play precision and complete table […]

Deep Green

Tweet The Steampunk exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford was inspired by Art Donovan and curated by Dr. Jim Bennett, Director of the museum. Dr. Bennett hadn’t heard of steampunk till Donovan proposed the exhibit idea, but he instantly saw the importance of this […]

Steampunk in Oxford

Tweet AR.Drone the first wi-fi quadricopter that can be controlled by iPhone and iPod touch. This quadricopter is made from carbon fiber and high resistance PA66 plastic, and it’s two cameras allow the users to man the drone into remote areas up to 5 meters as well as give them […]

Parrot AR Drone

Tweet Doritos presents the real (and biggest) augmented reality of the world! Flying around in a helicopter with a laptop and web cam pointed at an over sized marker on a roof of a building is novel idea, but it’s sure not practical for the average Doritos eater. Good thing […]

AR Doritos