In addition to our exclusive close-up footage of Team Skeletonics' human-powered exoskeleton, luckily we also collected a few wide angle and close-up stills. Yeah, we've kinda been fawning over Skeletonics of late. But for good reason: you won't believe what they're working on.
I-O Data is releasing the wireless One-seg tuner "SEG CLIP mobile GV-SC500/AI2", which allows you to watch or record One-seg programs wirelessly with your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch or Android devices that are incompatible with One-seg. The wireless LAN communication distance is 8m and it can continuously run for 4 hours.
To start watching a TV show with your One-seg incompatible device anywhere you want, simply install the free application "SegClip" to the device.
Size: W85 x H41 x L11mm
The Japan Robot Association (JARA) and Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun will open the 20th bi-ennial iREX International Robot Exhibition here in Tokyo tomorrow morning. This is Japan’s, perhaps the entire planet's premier robotics extravaganza. We're all over it.
At the Tokyo Motor Show 2013, Toyota will be showing a futuristic car - TOYOTA FV2 - which can be steered and moved forward and backward instinctively through shifting your weight.
In its basic operation, the FV2 is best controlled while the driver is standing up, however, it is not easy or convenient to remain standing while driving, so this car can be controlled from a sitting position.
The developers are planning to create a long distance model specifically designed to be driven while sitting down.