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New Innovation In Ergonomics Keyboard – Introducing The Buzzy Keyboard!

Mastering the art of typing is essential for general office work and other data inputting jobs. When the typewriter was invented, the average typing speed that a person can do is approximately 40 words per minute (wpm); however, the world record speed was held by Carole Bechen in 1959 on a manual typewriter and he typed 176 wpm. On an electric typewriter Stella Pajunas holds the record back in 1946 as she punched 216 wpm on an IBM machine and her record has never been broken even by modern computer keyboards. Can you believe it?! The fastest man on a personal computer is Gregory Arakelian typed 158 wpm in 1991 using his personal computer, Stella Pajunas could give him a head start of 50 words but he’ll still fall behind after 3 minutes. So what do these world records tell us? Ergonomics. Yes, ergonomics! The study of people’s efficiency in their working environment and fortunately the Buzzy Keyboard might help in setting a new speed record.

The Buzzy keyboard beeRaider The Buzzy keyboard was designed by Ray McEnaney in an effort to address the many medical issues related to the use of computer keyboards in decades since. One example is the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome which causes numbness in the arms and hands of the user, McEnaney hopes that with his efficient keyboard design, there will be a significant improvement with these types of disease. But McEnaney did not just envisioned to help cure related diseases and he wanted people to excel in typing speed and efficiency as well. Before he created the Buzzy keyboard, McEnaney had a great deal of difficulties in using the old QWERTY keyboard making him inefficient and inaccurate. With this he discovered a flaw on QWERTY keyboards and that is the way the keys are arranged is in itself inefficient, so he overhauled it and came up with the ingenious idea about the Buzzy keyboard.

This BeeRaider keyboard is also known as the “bee in flight,” where the keyboard layout is somewhat like a flying bee with two wings, thus the name. As McEnaney designed it, he put the useful key letters on the center which will make it easy to locate them when you’re typing. He also put the letter keys on either side of the center keys so that you won’t press it unintentionally. He made certain that the angles of the placement of your hands and fingers are within reach stretching out from the center keys, so you won’t strain yourself in typing and in due time, learn to type faster and with near perfect accuracy. If you’re used to the old QWERTY keyboard like me, then you may find the Buzzy keyboard a bit confusing; however, after a week or so you will get the hang of it and I promise you, it’s quite fun to use it. I might even switch from my old keyboard to this one soon.

Close up on the beeraider - the buzzy keyboardAs you go on using the Buzzy keyboard you will notice a big change in your typing skills which will soon turn into your typing habit. We’ll be expecting great news following its development, and who knows?! You could be the next one to break the typing speed record! But according to Kristy Snyder, a cognition and cognitive neuroscience researcher at Vanderbilt University, changes of keyboard layout won’t guarantee improvements in your typing skills, since people vary in their habits of exposing themselves to their computers. Maybe you could train yourself to use the Buzzy keyboard first and then master between a week to a month or so. You’ll find it convenient to do just about anything on your computer, from basic documents, spreadsheets, video and audio editing and graphics.

The Buzzy keyboard will cost $112.49 for pre-orders, you can also avail BeeRaiders keyboard from your mobile phone, it only functions with Android phones and the app of BeeRaider will cost $1.92. This could be the best high-end ergonomically compliant keyboard to date and it’s going to be cheaper once it’s out there in the market.

Humanlike Robot Staff Works at Hotel in Japan

From history we know for a fact that the Japanese people are among the most skillful, creative and innovative in the world – and they did not disappoint with their most recent endeavor. In the 13th century they invented the most lethal sword in the world called the Japanese or Samurai sword, in WWII they challenged the might of the South East Asian nations and subdued them by force, they even went toe-to-toe with the United States of America and held their own, from the mid 1970s up to now they dominated the animation industry. In fact, the word “anime'” itself was invented to set apart Japan’s unique style of cartoons, they are also the masters of electronics and robotics and lately have started to develop robotic staff for a hotel in Tokyo.

Actroid Hen Na Hotel JapanIt is the Hen-na Hotel that will host these helper androids and they are very proud in making the announcement. The hotel won’t open until after 3 months time but the management is already thrilled about it when they’ll welcome guests in July. The said hotel is located at Huis Ten Bosch, Nagasaki Theme Park and it is a two-storey building with 72 rooms for accommodation.

This high-tech hotel is named after the word “Hen-na” which means “strange” or “change,” which is a very appropriate name since the hotel is actually trying to bring about change or revolution in human society by introducing the first generation of artificial intelligence! Kokoro Co. Ltd., the manufacturer named them “Actroids,” these human-like robots will be the stuff of science fiction witnessed by people for the very first time in history. Once the hotel opens they will deploy 10 of theses amazing actroids   that will entertain you once you check-in, they will also take charge of your luggage, lead you to your room, wash your clothes, make your coffee, clean your room and many other hotel duties that were once done by human staff. The robots is programmed to speak Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese and they also can make eye contact and hand gestures – that’s right! They come as real as they can be.

Robots to manage Hen Na Hotel in JapanIf you thought the actroid staff was incredible, then you ain’t seen nothing yet, because the hotel also sport a variety of high-tech stuff that are not yet employed in other hotels. Among the advanced technologies that the Hen-na Hotel will use include facial recognition scanners to lock and unlock your hotel room (pretty amazing for a keyless hotel room feature), health monitoring device in case of emergencies and glass tables that helps you communicate with the front desk officer (kinda like in The Avengers movie). The Japanese have yet again outdone us and themselves with this latest innovation – and it’s in a humble place like a hotel mind you! As thrilled as I am with this news, I can’t help but think about the implications of A.I.’s in our society as experts Elon Musk (CEO and CTO of Space X and CEO of Tesla Motors) and Stephen Hawking, who is a world renown physicist, both express concerns about creating extremely advanced robots that might one day rebel against us and might cause human extinction altogether, albeit many other experts do not share their opinion on the matter. That question will have to be debated upon and thought out with perseverance in order to promote the use of robots without endangering any human lives.

Surprisingly though, the hotel rates goes up only to $60 per person per night and the reason for that is cheap electricity from solar power generators. The Hen-na Hotel management is so optimistic about their performance for 2015 that they plan to complete 72 more rooms by 2016 and expand the hotel’s operation. And of course employ more human-like robots at your service. Are you keen about booking a reservation at this hotel and experience robo-style hotel service? I know I am!

New Face of Tech Blast in Motion

Curiosity arises as a new era of latest innovations at CES 2015. Innovation of new archetype inventions from driverless Mercedes-Benz car, Ring controller, Emiota Smart Belt to super-fast phone charger.

These are the new face inventions.

Mercedez Benz driverless car 1.  Mercedes-Benz, Driverless car

“Quality time in private space will be the true luxury goods in the future,” said Dieter Zetsche, head of Mercedes-Benz cars in his speech in CES.
The latest prototype that reveals the true outcome of tomorrow is the all new Mercedes-Benz autonomous automobile. An extremely different car that drives itself! Making itself an incompatible innovation compared to other inventions. An optional driving car that can be controlled by a smartphone. Now that’s something even Hollywood hasn’t thought about yet! The future is indeed amazing and I’m glad that I live in it.

 2.  Objects Moved by just Pointing this Ring at Them

A new Ring model from Logbar Inc. that was revealed at CES 2015 has got everyone’s Logbar control your devices with the ringattention! An extra ordinary invention that with the help of some pre-programmed apps can make you do the things you’ve always wanted, like for example, giving a command to the curtain to close and open by just pointing your finger with this ring at it. Or make your mobile phone play a song for you without even touching it. Amazing right?! The more you use this extraordinary device, the lesser time you will consume in multitasking your daily activities. Personally, it kind of feels like a great magician wearing this ring and by just waving your hand, you can make things happen.

3.  Robot beats the game in beer pong

Beer Pong RobotA new innovation of Empire Robotics, an unbeatable robot that makes ANY player in beer pong succumb and surrender to its superior computing power! This machine was designed with a green sphere also known as “Versaball,” filled with sand granules. The Versaballis was designed to grip the ball and throw it to shoot the yellow ping pong ball wherever the glass is place on the table; in other words this robot is so accurate in calculating the trajectory of each shot that it makes. The most impressive part is whenever the machine shoots the ball, it does not repeat the same procedure twice, it shoots in a different position in each of the target glasses, as if it works on its own will. Almost close to an A.I. in my opinion.

4.  Easy transportation with the smart skateboard

Golfboard - the smart skateboardA smart skateboard that runs almost 19 kilometers in a single battery charge! Has a length of 24.65 inches long, a weight of 22 pounds and runs in moderate speed at 6 mph. It changes direction that corresponds to the user’s decision and fully armed with all the precautions necessary for safe travel while out on the open road. The starting price of this skateboard is $1,800. Not bad considering it’s usefulness and efficiency.

5.  Chihira Aico, realistic robot that communicates

Exceptional creation robot that aims and give “real heart-warming communication with human-like facial expression.” Kind of creation that would be the one to provides healthcare when you get old, it could also be your tour guide, employee of factories and functionable to people with disabilities.

6.  Belt checks health status

Exceptional inventions named Emiota Smart Belt that monitors your health by your waist size where belt is placed. Whenever you eat heavy meals it automatically adjust. It may not do much but you’ll surely be ashamed of yourself when it adjusts itself to accommodate your expanding waistline.

7.  Super-fast phone charger in less than a minute

A super-fast charger which is capable of charging a mobile phone battery in less than a minute has been unveiled at CES 2015 recently! Based on StoreDot, an Israeli start-up company affirmed that their device works 100 times than other chargers. In addition, in devices like laptops, tablets and other mobile electronics, this device can also be fitted in their charger.

Dexmo Wearable Glove That Lets You Touch Virtual Reality

The virtual reality that was depicted in Hollywood films such as “The 13th Floor,” “The Matrix” and “Tron Legacy” has yet to be created, but it seems that its alternative has arrived earlier than expected. The technology is called Dexmo, a wearable glove that lets you touch and feel virtual objects and from the looks of it, it is somewhat a reverse of what the concept of The Matrix is, as it brings virtual objects closer to our reality than we being brought into it.

Dexmo exoskeleton demo The Dexmo wearable gloves brings a whole new concept on virtual reality interaction and how we can use it to change how we live, how we teach and learn and how we communicate.

It is an electronic device which can be attached to your hand like a glove and it produces a force feedback onto your fingers that lets you hold on to something that doesn’t really exist in reality – or at least in our reality that is. At the moment the creators of Dexmo is testing the wearable glove on a desktop computer with an installed software that helps generate the virtual hand and the force feedback (electronically induced) to your real hand that allows you to pick up objects as you see them on an LED monitor. In the future the Dexmo wearable gloves could be used by scientists in reconstructing an atom in CERN in order to create new elements that is a hundred times more powerful than nuclear bombs but are also a thousand times safer to use for harmless energy production. Or rearranging a DNA molecule to cure cancer, AIDS and other diseases that are extremely difficult to treat. The implications for its uses are endless!

Aside from the force feedback that the manufacturers put into the Dexmo wearable gloves, they also added an array of electronic sensors in it so that it could track your finger and thumb movements accurately – and even the orientation of your palm – this is as real as it can get! This will make virtual reality feel a lot like a real thing.

GDexmo exoskeletonetting investors into the project has proven to be a difficult task and so the creators of Dexmo wearable gloves has resorted to crowd sourcing or crowd funding, which is accepted via donations in any amount. As of November 2014 the Dextra Robotics company has accumulated over $200,000 USD in funding and by May this year they are expecting to ship out the first few orders from customers. The designers have stated that they have completed all tests with the gloves and have built a working prototype which should soon enable them to do mass production.

Dextra Robotics has four different categories for their Dexmo wearable gloves for sale and each category has a varying price range. Here they are:

- Optical Solution – Around $100
– Mechanical – Around $200
– IMU (inertia) – Around $500
– Bending Sensor – $500 – $5,000

The pricing mentioned above does not yet include shipping fees and VAT (Value Added Tax), so expect to pay a slightly higher rate when you place an order. The realistic applications for the Dexmo wearable gloves right now includes VR Operation System Control, Medical Rehabilitation, Robotics Manipulation, Music Production, Full VR Immersion Experience, Device Control, Alternative Input Device, Virtual Drawing in Space and Animation with Detailed Finger Movement.

From Cathode Ray Tubes To LED Flat Screens To Modern Curved Television

The word Television is from the ancient Greek word  “tèle” means “far” and the Latin word “visio” means “sight”. Television is a device or a form of technology that receives and transmits moving images or otherwise known as “movies” that are sometimes monochrome or black and white and at other times in full color.

Old CRT TVThe moving images that it receives from a nearby broadcasting station is projected in three dimensions by the cathode ray tube or “CRT” and it also has an audio decoder to reproduce the sounds from the transmitted radio signals through the audio speakers. It is mainly used for entertainment, information and education. It is also referred to as a television set, television transmission or television program.

Unlike the internet where it is still struggling to compete with TV even nearing the completion of its third decade since it was made for public use; TV took over print media and radio broadcasting overnight! The world quickly catch on and before we knew it, TV had become a global phenomenon. Today there are approximately 4.7 billion units of television throughout the world and they range from the old cathode ray tubes to the flat LCD and plasma screens and all the way up to the latest LED curved TVs. In fact, there are more TV sets than computers in the world today and it seems computers and the internet has yet to surpass TV’s dominance in the mainstream media world.

Here are some of the latest innovations on television today:

The various innovations that companies have developed today makes television almost unrecognizable except for developers and providers adding the suffix “TV” at each new idea that they conceived. Apparently it’s no longer just about a broadcasting station and the box with moving pictures in it! In order to understand what these innovations are allow me to break it down to you in bite sizes. TV nowadays could be…

1) 3DTV – is a semi-total immersion television system that uses multiple techniques such as multi-view display, stereoscopic display,  2D-plus-depth, and other forms of 3D display which makes the object on the TV screen appear to have dept and form just like real objects are. In other words it makes viewing movies on a 3DTV seem realistic! It is one notch below holograms as you will need a specially-designed 3D glasses in order to see the images projected from this type of TV set. The benefits of having a 3DTV is that it makes learning more fun for kids who wants to learn about space and the universe or what’s in our oceans at the comfort of their living rooms. Watching movies that are heavily incorporated with CGI (computer generated imaging) takes you right in the middle of it, which is a completely different experience than just watching the same movie from an ordinary TV. One way 3D images are produced is by offsetting the images and separating them to each eye (left and right), then use passive color filters and a light source to project the image in a singularity all the while the 3D glasses help solidify the images from the viewer’s perspective.

3dtv from Mitsubishi

2) Cable TV – CATV or cable television is a system that delivers TV programs through the use of coaxial or fiber-optic cables. Those who wish to subscribe to TV programs offered by CATV companies has to pay for them and that’s why cable television has been a major success back in the 1980’s and 1990’s. The benefits of subscribing to a cable TV network is that you’ll have hundreds of channels and vast TV programs to watch all day everyday; while the disadvantage is that due to the fact that TV shows and movies are sometimes played more than 3 times a day, you will get bored eventually. The take-away is that when you have a busy schedule and you absolutely need to catch up with the episodes of your favorite TV shows or when there’s some very interesting shows that you need to take down notes from.

3) HDTV – or otherwise known as high definition TV or hi-def TV is a modern LED TV from Samsunginnovation that came out in the latter years of the first decade of the new millennium. HDTVs has a resolution display between 720p – 1080p which is basically 0.92 megapixels to 2.07 megapixels and that’s like more than 5 times normal! In February 2008 the FCC ordered all TV broadcasting frequency in the United States be set to high definition standards, because the federal government will use all the lower bandwidths exclusively. Perhaps the best benefit that HDTV brings is that you won’t ever have fuzzy signals again.

4) Smart TV – is a cross-between TV and internet as it has the attributes of both. Examples of Smart TV include Apple TV, Amazon TV, Google TV, MeeGo, Plex, Roku, Samsung, TiVo and more! Companies that offer Smart TV programming requires users to buy a set-top-box which is some sort of a receiver (much like cable and satellite TV systems) where you can get exclusive access to paid TV programs. Besides gaining access to TV programs you can also get games, internet access and special offers through the Smart TV vendor which is even better than ordinary TV.

5) Satellite TV – it’s  almost very similar to cable TV except for 2 things: a) network coverage can extend beyond the US, and b) providers always broadcast in HD bandwidth which is very desirable for subscribers. TV programs may or may not be the same as cable TV providers offers and severe weather conditions can disrupt satellite broadcast which is an obvious weakness for satellite TVs. Satellite TV providers also offer a bundled service that includes TV, internet and telephone service.

6) Internet TV – is also called Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) where mainstream media TV and alternative TV programs are converted into digital signals and are offered for either free or paid subscription over the internet through video streaming technology. Advantages of internet TV is that you can access it from your desktop home computer, your laptop computer, your tablet computer and even your smartphone. And what’s not to like about mobile TV watching your favorite shows while you’re on the go? Absolutely nothing! Another thing that you may like about internet TV is that you can participate in their forum discussions in real time as a fan and sometimes even interact with the stars and other people involved in creating and developing these shows.

Curved Samsung TV

7) PPTV – another emerging digital television is known as peer-to-peer television or PPTV. It is very popular in Asia, particularly in China, Korea, Thailand and other nearby countries – this is because the technology was developed in Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China. For now the system is mostly compatible with Microsoft’s Windows OS (operating system) and you can watch TV shows, movies, sports, news and other special coverages right off of the browser. If it will be marketed worldwide, then we may see it soon on other platforms.

Other possible future TV innovations include holographic imaging and virtual reality TV although it may take years for us to see it into fruition as the marketing aspect of these innovations is such a huge obstacle to get around with. Still, the number of innovations that has so far been developed are leaps compared to what we had just a decade ago which are very impressive. Whatever your preference is you can be sure that you will absolutely enjoy these wonderful new innovations for TV.

Guide to the categories of Wearable Technology

Wearable technology is defined as electronics that can be worn on the body as part of the clothing and accessories in incorporating computer and advanced electronic technologies. It is often designed to incorporate practical features and functions. It also has aesthetic agenda by the design team behind it. Other wearable Tech gadgets include devices that have small motion sensors to take photos and sync with your mobile devices. One of the major features of wearable technology is its ability to connect to the Internet, enabling data to be exchanged between a network and the device.Wearable technology getting smarter

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