Archive for December, 2011

Casio’s G-shock

Casio Japan is planning [JP] to roll out the G-SHOCK GB-6900 on March 16 next year, a wristwatch that connects to certain smartphones via Bluetooth LE (LE=low-energy, a standard that’s baked into Bluetooth 4.0). The device will be compatible with the Medias LTE N-04D Android phone from NEC  (to be released next year) and NEC’s Medias PP N-01D.Casio GShock digital watches are the ultimate tough watch.

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Einstein’s theory of relativity says nothing can go faster than light, that is not quite true.  Tachyons are a putative class of particles which able to travel faster than the speed of light. Tachyons were first proposed by physicist Arnold Sommerfeld, and named by Gerald Feinberg. Tachyons have the strange properties that, when they lose energy, they gain speed. Consequently, when tachyons gain energy, they slow down. The slowest speed possible for tachyons is the speed of light.

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Sony launches the world’s fastest semi pro camera A77

This is a discussion on “Sony launches the world’s fastest semi pro camera A77 within the Camera-Gear forums, part of the General Portables category;” Sony has launched the much awaited A77 and NEX-7.

With many world’s first A77 specs

24mp APS-C sensor,

2.4 million dot OLED viewfinder

12 fps with AF.

19 points (11 cross-type)

Magnesium Alloy/Plastic
Moisture/dust proof.

1080p 60p with phase detect AF.

Watch This Video….

Then it launches another camera A65 SLT….

This is same as A77 but with plastic body with 10fps and 15 AF points.

Sony also launched the NEX-7 “Professional quality in your
(customer’s) hands” 

ü 24mp sensor

ü 10fps

ü 2.4m dot OLED EVF
magnesium alloy body

ü 1080p 60p

Hence Sony created wide range of lenses and most effective cameras which can be used in many applications such as athletics, games like tennis, cricket etc…

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RaviTeja(MGIT ECE 4th year)


E-Ink Watch

Are you ready to strap some E-Ink on your wrist? No I’m not talking about some electronic tattoo, but rather a wrist watch that features a display similar to those found in e-readers.What is an E-Ink watch? Well, put simply, it is the coolest thing Santa can bring you this Christmas!.

The E-Ink watch is based on a rapidly maturing technology developed by the E-Ink Corporation, generically known as Electronic Paper Display (EPD). It is now seeing MASSIVE adoption in ebook readers such as the Amazon Kindle.
And now, we are going to see it take off in leaps and bounds in all the other areas of consumer electronics, including E-Ink watches!

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Body tracking camera

ASTRONAUTS will soon be able to stay fit thanks to a body tracking camera system built into Microsoft’s Kinect gaming sensor, which helps calculate their weight in zero gravity.

Even during missions that last just a few weeks spacefarers can lose up to 15 per cent of their body mass because their muscles atrophy due to lack of use. To prevent this physical decline, crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) typically spend 2 hours exercising per day.

Monitoring weight in space is not easy, though, since traditional scales don’t work in orbit.

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A revolutionary machine that can copy itself and manufacture everyday objects quickly and cheaply could transform industry in the developing world, according to its creator.The “self-replicating rapid prototyper,” or “RepRap” is the brainchild of Dr. Adrian Bowyer, a senior lecturer in mechanical engineering at the University of Bath in the UK.

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4D Technology

You might have heard of 2D movies and even 3D movies….but yes even 4D technology has now come up adding a new dimension to 3D….
4D technology is used primarily in medical imaging devices, such as ultrasounds or CT scanners, to produce real-time images of internal organs as they slightly shift position within the body over a period of time.

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Aakash tablet now for sale….BOOKING DETAILS are provided in the later section of this article….

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How Earphones Work

Many of us use earphones daily either while listening to music from our IPOD or Mobile Phone and some times we come across earphones while attending exams like TOEFL….So how is that a electronic device which works on electric current able to produce the melody of a song….

Here is the answer to the above Questions….

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