Sanwa supply announced this week the launch of the 400-BTAD002, a new 4,480 Yen aptX and SBC and Bluetooth adapter (2.1 +EDR and A2DP/AVRCP) than work either as a receiver or transmitter. The 400-BTAD002 comes in a compact package of just 38x50x13mm for 50g with a 10h batter lifetime when turned into a transmitter or 9h as a receiver.
This week, given that Japan’s backing off their CO2 emissions pledges, it’s no surprise that Sumitomo wants to frack with an American gas company, and, continuing the nation’s ongoing energytech exportation efforts, Japan wants to sell its high-tech thermal turbine thingys to Turkmenistan.
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Japan’s premier robot expo is over, and all that remains of iREX 2013 are the things we learned, contacts we made, and the videos, photos, and desperate attempts to effectively communicate the breadth of what exactly went down. Something beyond “Wow, it was like… so many awesome robots.” Not so easy, that.
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This Week on Episode #4 of The Kong Show
Appreciating Ralph Baer, Inventor of the First Video Game Console
"EOS Kiss X7," the world's lightest and smallest digital single-lens reflex camera among cameras with APS-C sensors, was released on April 2013 by Canon. It's a compact entry model camera that can motivate DSLR newcomers to easily carry it around with them anywhere and try to take full-fledged photos.
This is the teamLabBody, co-developed by teamLab and Professor Sugamoto, in Osaka University's department of orthopedics. It is a 3D human anatomy app, based on the joints and natural range of movements of the human body.