The neurocam is the world's first wearable camera system that automatically records what interests you.
It consists of a headset with a brain-wave sensor and connects to an iPhone. The system estimates whether you're interested in something from the brain-waves captured by the sensor, and uses the iPhone's camera to record the scenes that appear to interest you.
Just buy wearing the neurocam, the scenes you have shown an interest in are recorded automatically, and are added to an album which you can look through later.
JVC Kenwood's new Hi-Fi audio system "CLX-80" will be out in early November.
It's a Bluetooth compliant slim audio system with a Lightening dock, USB terminal and SD card slot. You can play CD, CD-R/RW, and music in an iPod/iPhone or any other Bluetooth complaint devices, or media such as USB drive and SD card.
3 colors (blue, red, and white) are available.
Price: Open price
Amp maximum output: 20W+20W（JEITA 8Ω)
Speaker: Bass reflex, full-range 70mm
Luminous tatami: the 1300-year-old Japanese tradition of tatami flooring finally reaches the next level.
Tatami is unique, traditional Japanese flooring, which is made by weaving soft rush grass. Aside from the fact that it smells good and looks beautiful, it has extra advantages, such as good sound insulation, temperature and humidity control, air cleaning properties, and durability.
In a first in the smartphone market, LG has unveiled the LG G Flex which is curved from top to bottom. The company says that the design was made possible through special innovations with the display and battery.
It will be available in Korea starting in November, with other markets to be announced in the future.
This week it’s the JTFF being embarrassed for the BBC publishing some wildly innappropriate and overgeneralized coverage of technology & culture in Japan; specifically the "otaku" phenomenon, and clinging to it as a major reason for Japan’s declining population and all the stay at home singles, because seriously, what else could it be? Wow Japan, you so crayyzy!