Like all athletes, swimmers like to keep track of their performance. In the past they used watches or had to stop to check the stopwatch. In Vancouver, a company has developed augmented reality goggles that are water-resistant to 10 metres. Equipped with an inertial measurement unit, a microprocessor and a transparent screen, the processor is able to track split time, interval time, rest time, total time, stroke rate, number of strokes, distance per stroke, speed at 100 or 50 metres, speed, distance, length and calories burned.
The glasses communicate with IOS or Android applications via bluetooth.
Feel 23 degrees Celsius when the outside temperature is 36 degrees Celsius.
It’s a good bet for Sony, which had planned to launch its pocket air conditioner for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. However, postponed by one year, Sony did not communicate on an actual release or a delay of the launch.
Here, no heat pump but Sony relied on the Peltier effect, describing the displacement of heat in the presence of an electric current. One metal plate will be cold and the other will be hot depending on the current flowing through the device. The one closest to the body, placed on the back of the neck, will be the one that the user will feel: it will be either cold or warm;
It should be launched around 105 euros.Vidéo
Apple AR Glasses
For years we have been hearing about Apple glass with patents dating back to 2015 and 2017. It is only in 2019 that the project has finally been completed and manufacturing should have started. They should theoretically come out in 2020.
A patent recently unveiled by Apple and unveiled in early March 2019 describes a headset that could be used for both augmented reality and virtual reality.
It would be an autonomous glasses, with its own screens and electronic components. However, the iPhone and iPad could be used as controllers.
The Apple Glass will probably be cheaper than the Hololens (3000 euros), since it will be a device intended for the general public. The product will probably be priced between 1500 and 2000 euros.
LG Signature OLED TV R
LG SIn 2020, LG launches a 65-inch TV that unfolds and stores by rolling up in its base when not in use.
LG launched this OLED 4K HDR smart TV at CES last year, and this year confirmed that this product will go on sale in the U.S. in 2020… for $60,000!
At that price, it’s guaranteed to be free of breakage and dents for years to come.
The mirror invented by French start-up CareOS will give you beauty tips by scanning your skin and will launch video tutorials by displaying them directly. It will allow you to fix your haircut, monitor your weight gain and skin ageing… In short, the Cinderella mirror with artificial intelligence…
Cloud – the floating sofa
Cloud is a sofa concept designed for comfort and relaxation.
The floating and flexible upper part is supported by the magnetic force generated by the lower base. Whether you want to work and sit comfortably or just take a nap to relieve stress, you can always use your time to relax on this floating cloud.
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