AR goes to school, Norwegian game shows and Congress, more legal and logistic challenges for ride-hailing services lead some to question Uber and Lyft ‘s futures, Apple Watch eclipses Fitbit, Fortem raises funds to hunt drones, Brexit potentially imperils the U.K.’s medical technology development and more in this week’s roundup.
Autonomous vehicle producers make major moves, VR takes over abandoned retail spaces, Doctor Who dives into binaural audio, Ready Robotics seeks to offer cheaper robot manufacturing and a robotic drill completes surgery 50 times faster in this week’s news roundup.
Venture capitalists show reluctance toward new VR/AR investment, Bose is accused of spying on headphone owners, the Hajime worm continues to burrow into net-connected smart devices, a wearable seeks to reduce couple conflict, Lyrebird unveils algorithms that can clone a voice in a minute and more in this week’s news roundup.
The opening day of Startup Launchpad got off to a great start, with the halls of the Asia-World Expo full of buyers looking at the newest products on offer from startup exhibitors. Everything from swim performance enhancing wearables to water-proof foldable solar panels to dog computers was on display, providing a captivating glance at the present and future of mobile electronics.
Day three of the show was bursting with activity, with buyers and startups discovering new and innovative hardware and making connections.
Day two of the Startup Launchpad Tradeshow and Conference got off to a bustling start. Aisles were packed with buyers from all corners of the globe.
It’s been an incredible first day at Startup Launchpad’s April 2017 Tradeshow and conference. Visitors and buyers filled the aisles of Startup Launchpad, eager to see what its more than 200 exhibitors had to offer in newest hardware. There was a buzzing hum of excitement filling the air as visitors talked about the product they’d seen and startups showed off the innovative features of their hard-developed hardware.
3D printing has been around for decades but fields ranging from interior design to medicine to culinary arts are still coming up with new ways to use the technology. We take a look at the history of the device and some of creative tasks its being used for today.