7 Game Changing Gadgets Of 2017
2017 is set to be an exciting year for technology, with products that will break barriers and move beyond what you thought was possible to provide the exceptional!
Here are seven game-changing gadgets that you can expect to see in 2017.
Toyota’s Concept-i works on the idea of enhancing the driver’s experience by establishing and enhancing an emotional connect with the car. Along with advanced automated driving technologies, the car comes with automotive UX that is intelligent and caters to the driver’s moods & needs. To add to its amazing features, the car looks futuristic with captivating lighting and design.
Doesn’t it sound like a dream if all you need to do is dump your dirty clothes in your cupboard and get back to doing your work or catch up with your mates and when you’re back, your clothes are folded! Laundriod, with artificial intelligence, image analysis and robotics at the core of its technology does it all for you. It’s here to make your laundry experience hassle free.
While the touchscreen feature has developed over the years, it hasn’t been able to replicate the human sensation of touch and feel. Tanvas is a revolution in the touch screen feature. It lets you sense textures, shapes and even patterns. It makes use of electromagnetic pulse to simulate friction and vibration that helps you feel whatever is displayed on your screen.
Neonode Air Bar
Here’s an all new way to interact with your Apple MacBook. See the magic happen with your fingers with the Neonode AirBar. It’s a small strip that plugs in to the base of the 13.3’ Macbook Air and voila! Your laptop is now touchscreen. It lets you perform all functions- select, swipe, zoom, and pinch. You can touch the screen using your fingers, gloves, a brush even a banana.
The Vive by HTC
The new add-ons for the HTC Vive are here to change the way in which you interact with your surroundings. Seamless audio with the Deluxe Audio strap, wireless adapter to connect it to your PC & a ViveTracker that turns almost anything into a VR Controller is what the Vive has to offer.
Honda’s Self Balancer
Honda’s self-balancer ensures the bike stands upright at all times with a new riding assisting technology that maintains bike stability and balance at speeds below 3 mph. The technology disengages the handle bars and passes on controls of the front wheel to the computer. The system is designed mainly to assist riders who are shorter in stature or when the bike is heavier, thus letting them be stress-free about tripping over.
Sevenhugs Smart Remote
Control all your household devices with one remote. Compatible with over 25,000 devices, all you need to do is point and the Sevenhugs Smart Remote takes care of the rest. It connects to devices using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or infrared. All this without any buttons! This universal remote comes with a touch screen.
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by techtalks @TechTalks April 28, 2017 5:57 AM UTC