The robot doubles have arrived. Watch as actress Tetsuko Kuroyanagi meets "totto," her robot double created with 3D scans and voice samples. What's the deal? Figure it out with us after the jump.
Stay connected and complete your cosplay all in one go -- Sanko's elf earbuds give you pointy fae ears and connect up to your iPhone! (Well, not the ones without a headphone jack.) Check them out and grab yours after the jump.
Could we be living life from the comfort of our own home soon? A new technology called "telexistence" aims to make it possible. The tech would enable people to shop and travel without leaving home, and could eventually be used for remote medical visits. Hit the jump to find out more!
Live alone and wish you had someone to come home to? If you have $2,500 to spare, you can pick up Gatebox, complete with your own little holographic housewife. The new Echo-style device not only controls smart devices around your home, it keeps you company and texts you throughout the day. Hit the jump to meet Hikari!
Touting its utilization of the "Internet of Things," vinclu Inc. has presented a concept video offering a look at Gatebox's "Hologram Communication Robot." Personified with their first character, Azuma Hikari, the technology promises to monitor your behavior and pay attention to your interests, then assist with matters such as weather forecasts, helping you schedule your life, program your DVR and run your internet search in a more personalized way.
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!