Last night we were fortunate enough to attend the Great East Japan Earthquake memorial concert - Giuseppe Verdi: Messa da Requiem - at Suntory Hall in Tokyo.
This system synchronizes video tracks with an independent audio source in real-time. It has been developed by researchers at Waseda University.
"Ordinarily, to play video and audio content in sync, some type of synchronization signal is necessary. But this system doesn't need anything like that as it can synchronize video by using sound played in the same space."
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