Interactive Jewelry? Check out eJOUX

eJOUX interactive jewelry

TECHOCULAR HAS MOVED: FOR THE MOST RECENT VERSION OF THIS POST PLEASE VISIT http://www.techocular.co.uk/ejoux-interactive-jewelry/ It’s only a matter of time when technology enters into every facet of our lives. Designer Biju Neyyan has already made the leap into interactive jewelry. Using flexible screen technology (similar technology that is currently being developed in Samsung’s e-Paper), a flexible screen … Continue reading

BlackBerry Empathy concept using Emotion technology UI

BlackBerry Empathy

TECHOCULAR HAS MOVED: FOR THE MOST RECENT VERSION OF THIS POST PLEASE VISIT http://www.techocular.co.uk/blackberry-empathy/ RIM Blackberry held a sponsored event at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, two inspiring designers Kiki Tang and Daniel Yoong decided to have a go at a different take on the Blackberry user interface. They decided to incorporate an interface … Continue reading

Iconic Sc-fi Vehicles – The Death Star

Deat Star Cutaway

The Death Star, the ultimate weapon made by the Galactic Empire. First making it’s appearance in the original Star Wars movie, and again in The Return of the Jedi.  Along with Darth Vader, Yoda, and the Millenium Falcon, the Death Star became an icon. Sci-fi fans everywhere wanted their own planet destroying mini moon ship … Continue reading

Valve is looking into controlling games with your eyes!

eye movement control

A lot of gamers believe that modern games are not suitable for disabled gamers, what with all the numerous keyboard buttons that need pressing and precise mouse movements, but Valve Software don’t share that view. “Most of the accommodations we make for disabled gamers (closed captioning/subtitles, colorblind mode, in-game pausing in single player, easier difficulty … Continue reading

How a Tsunami early warning system works

Hokusai's The Great Wave

TechOcular has moved: For the most recent version of this post please visit http://www.techocular.co.uk/tsunami-warning-system/ Tsunamis are probably one of the most powerful and destructive forces of nature. Being by-products of underwater earthquakes, these gigantic waves can decimate an entire coastline, causing untold devastation – not only to buildings and houses but to human life also. They … Continue reading

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