Imagine the situation – your friends are together when a topic comes up and you all scramble for your phones to try and search for more information on it. Basically everyone is on their own smartphone or tablet trying to do some research, but wouldn’t it be more fun if everyone worked together and collaborated?
Well that’s what the HuddleLamp is hoping to achieve. The HuddleLamp is basically a 3D camera that sits above the tabletop. From there it will be able to detect your mobile devices beneath it, such as smartphones or tablets, and depending on how many devices is placed under the camera, it could basically turn multiple mobile devices into a large screen. Read full post →The HuddleLamp Turns Multiple Mobile Devices Into A Single Desktop
There are a lot of war video games these days based on real life military weapons and equipment to help make the game seem more realistic, and sure those games are fun, but beyond that, what does having skills in video games like Call of Duty or Battlefield allow us to accomplish?
Well if you think you’re a proficient gamer, it seem that the UK army might want you. According to Kevin Connell, the vice president at General Dynamics which is a global defence firm, it seems that they are on the lookout for people who play video games because it is these people that could one day be behind the wheel of the British Army’s smart tanks. Read full post →British Army’s Smart Tanks Could Be Driven By Gamers In The Future