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German OEMs Plan 350 kW Fast Charging Network Across Europe

German OEMs Plan 350 kW Fast Charging Network Across Europe | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
Up-to-date technical analysis of emerging electric vehicle technology.

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Jean-Christophe Lévêque's curator insight, November 14, 2017 5:00 AM

Des solutions de charge rapide pour les voitures électriques #MBAMCI

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Feds, Police working on safe, Anti-drone Technology

Feds, Police working on safe, Anti-drone Technology | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
Several U.S. government agencies are working with state and local law enforcement to develop new technology to track and disable drones safely, according to sources familiar with the project.

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Several U.S. government agencies are working with state and local law enforcement to develop new technology to track and disable drones safely, according to sources familiar with the project.

The revelation comes amid heightened security concerns as more rogue drone sightings are being reported. Earlier this month, pilots reported multiple illegal drone sightings at John F. Kennedy International Airport, prompting the Department of Homeland Security to issue a terror warning.    Last New Year’s Eve, New York police used a microwave-based system to try to track a commercially available drone in Times Square and send it back to its operator, a source involved in the testing told Reuters.  The previously unreported test, which ran into difficulty because of interference from nearby media broadcasts, was part of the nationwide development effort that includes the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Defense Department, the source said.

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Cars without buttons? Consoles of the Future.

Cars without buttons?  Consoles of the Future. | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
Remember when your cell phone used to have one button for every number?  The phone in your hand today probably has at most one button and, of course, a smart touch screen.  That same technology for...

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The vision of a vehicle interior without buttons and switches is becoming increasingly tangible. “This trend not only gives interior designers a new level of freedom; it also reduces the costs of producing functional elements,” states Mark Sankovitch, ENGEL North America President. (they manufacture injection molding machines and plastic processing technologies)  “We are already talking to various OEMs and automotive companies. In four to five years the first vehicles will be equipped with this sensitive surface technology,”

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3D Printed Dior Eyes: French Fashion House allows fans behind the Scenes with this Device

3D Printed Dior Eyes: French Fashion House allows fans behind the Scenes with this Device | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
Lights, cameras--and, don your 3D printed headsets, please! As many of us look to cutting edge fashion designers to see what the next trends are, it’s fascina

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Nicolette Fraser's curator insight, May 25, 2015 8:34 PM
Popular designer brands are taking customers backstage virtually
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Electric 'Hypercar' Toroidion 1MW boasts 1,341 horsepower

Electric 'Hypercar' Toroidion 1MW boasts 1,341 horsepower | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
The new all-electric Toroidion 1MW plans to compete against Tesla for dominance in the electric car market. But the car's price tag might scare off prospective buyers.

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Pennanen's young company has been working on building this car and its new battery technology for the last four years. The company employs roughly 15 people and has been completely self-financed so far.  -  Pennanen's plan is to get enough interest, investment and orders to build 100 Toroidion 1MW cars and begin delivering them to customers in about two years. He hopes to ultimately mass produce the car, bring the price down significantly and sell it to all kinds of customers, especially those drivers that appreciate Teslas and other electric vehicles.

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Foldable Phones and Tablets are around the Corner

Foldable Phones and Tablets are around the Corner | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
Japanese company Semiconductor Energy Laboratory demonstrated a display that can be folded in thirds.

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Samsung has been touting these as future product variations, and now Japan's Semiconductor Energy Lab is also making a run at this product development direction 

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Google Glass and Healthcare Innovation

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How do you see wearable technology changing healthcare? #healthcare #innovation #throughglass http://t.co/OB38O7o6wg

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Healthcare application for Google Glass, interesting application

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New tool for change the future of healthcare?

lorrinda's curator insight, November 18, 2013 11:37 AM
google glass is awesome (and expensive).  an opportunity is to have a pay per use service if its technoogy allows multiple users or is tied to processes instead of people.  we'll see.
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Soon you will be able to punch someone in Virtual Reality and they will feel it

Soon you will be able to punch someone in Virtual Reality and they will feel it | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it

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The folks at German's Hasso Plattner Institute Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) labs have created working models of a device known as Impacto that allows you and your opponent to feel the impact of punches in your faces and other things, just the way it is in real life, when gaming in virtual reality. Impacto is embedded in a band and uses HCI's special software with a virtual reality headset  to produce the feeling. The Impactor device can be worn on the different parts of the body such as on your leg or arm so you could carryout maneuvers like kicking. According to the team, Impacto is a device designed to render the haptic sensation of hitting or being hit in virtual reality. The key idea that allows the small and light impacto device to simulate a strong hit is that it decomposes the stimulus: it renders the tactile aspect of being hit by tapping the skin using a solenoid; it adds impact to the hit by thrusting the user's arm backwards using electrical muscle stimulation.

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Sony enters the Drone Business with Winged Vertical Takeoff Craft

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Winged Vertical Takeoff Drone
Here is a Video featuring a new Drone from Sony
who are entering the Drone Business

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New venture between Sony and ZMP to deploy drones, not a mass consumer product for the time being.  Still in development but is definitely a direction that Sony is exploring for some kind of B2B applications, not yet defined. 

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Hi-Tech Goggles set to Combat Air Sickness

Hi-Tech Goggles set to Combat Air Sickness | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
The virtual world viewed on the headset tricks the passenger's eyes and brain to offset the motion nausea felt by some travellers.

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Dutch Solar Road makes enough Energy to Power Household

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Engineers in the Netherlands say energy-generating road surface is more successful than expected, six months into trial.

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In the first six months since it was installed, the panels beneath the road have generated over 3,000kwh. This is enough to provide a single-person household with electricity for a year.

"If we translate this to an annual yield, we expect more than the 70kwh per square metre per year," says Sten de Wit, spokesman for SolaRoad, which has been developed by a public-private partnership.

"We predicted [this] as an upper limit in the laboratory stage. We can therefore conclude that it was a successful first half year."

The project took cheap mass-produced solar panels and sandwiched them between layers of glass, silicon rubber and concrete.

"This version can have a fire brigade truck of 12 tonnes without any damage," said Arian de Bondt, a director at Ooms Civiel, one of consortium of companies working together on the pilot project.

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chris's curator insight, May 12, 2015 6:35 PM

Never thought of this but it makes sense, given the heat asphalt absorbs daily.

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Now, Smartglasses to track your Emotions soon

Now, Smartglasses to track your Emotions soon | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
Though the wearable market is still at nascent stage but major technology giants are gearing up, leaving no stone unturned to lay hold of the billion dollar opportunity of recent future. Though Google is leading …

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We shall have to see if this is truly a real and valuable tool 

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Are hydrogen cars the wave of the future? Toyota thinks so.

Are hydrogen cars the wave of the future? Toyota thinks so. | Low Power Heads Up Display | Scoop.it
The current conventional wisdom is that plug-in electric vehicles will be the clean, sleek cars of tomorrow. Think of Tesla's Model S or Chevrolet's Volt. These cars get most of the media attention, and policymakers tend to toss tax breaks their way.

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(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables):  More detail on Toyota's plans for Hydrogen powered vehilces

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rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, November 27, 2013 9:19 PM

I guess this is the next big revolution to take place in technology. Hydrogen is the best alternative to Hydrocarbons which cause a lot of pollution and greenhouse gases. Electric vehicles don't have the range although they are a viable alternative in cities. Hydrogen as such is highly volatile and it requires careful handling-this would include transporting it to refuelling  stations, and its transfer into the vehicles themselves. With time to come, all these issues will be addressed, I am sure.

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The Ferrari of Audio Amplifiers

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Just plain cool if you like your tunage booming

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