TechnoAlta is a Japanese amateur engineer group whose motto is "making the world fun by technology." Inspired by Fridgeezoo, they created the Hatsune Miku version reminder gadget that sits in a fridge and talks to you when you open the door. Check the cute promo after the jump.
We are probably one of the audiences who are most exposed to how a futuristic technology may look like, but when it actually happens, it still is exciting. The Fujitsu Lab introduced a next-generation user interface that can turn ordinary documents into an interactive touch-screen. See the video after the jump!
A research group at Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus has developed a solution for all the peeps out there who want a little more interactivity from their idol posters. Called "Pochuter," this "kiss poster" is really a screen equipped with motion sensors. See what happens when you make a move, after the break!
As technology grows more and more advanced, we start seeing modern-day technology creep closer and closer to the far-fetched science-fiction tech of yesteryear. Sneak a peek at Ion's Minority Report and Mass Effect-style Wireless Air Mouse after the jump!
A research group at Keio University in Japan have developed a glasses-free 3D display that allows users to interact with computer generated characters through virtual touch. With this new system, users will be able to touch and feel 3D characters. See a video of the system in action at the jump!