Erascan – eraser for whiteboard and digital scanner!

This device is a combination of whiteboard eraser and digital scanner. You can the information plotted on the board erase, but keep in memory, print, send by e-mail. The idea is to keep a digital copy of a picture or record. The device is programmed in such a way as to automatically recognize the handwriting, to identify Web-URL and e-mails. The design consists of a LCD screen that allows you to view information while erasing. In the presence of a simple control menu that allows the user to select functions. Navigation control buttons are located below the LCD screen. Therefore, Erascan is a cheaper and simpler alternative to using the existing digital whiteboard. Erascan is suitable for schools and colleges for saving notes and remarks on the whiteboard. Erascan can also be use at home for the children to be creative with the whiteboard markers. It stores all their exploration of ideas, sketches or drawings digitally which can be viewed in the future.

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Designers: Saharudin Busri, Mohd Nizam Najmuddin, Mohd Rohaizam Mohd Tahar, Nuzairi Yasin & Nazjimee Amat Omar for MIMOS Berhad

Future technology erascan

Future technology erascan

Future technology erascan

Future technology erascan

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iHome’s iW2 AirPlay speaker concept

Wi-Fi speakers that are compatible with Apple’s AirPlay wireless audio technology are gradually expected to come down in price this year after coming out of the gate in 2011 with lofty price tags that scared a lot of consumers away. Case in point: iHome’s $199 iW2 speaker with AirPlay, which the company says will begin shipping April 1. This unit is about 25 percent smaller than last year’s iHome iW1 ($299); it measures 5.83 by 10.52 by 3.03 inches (HWD). In many regards it’s similar to the iW1, but it does not feature a built-in rechargeable battery like the iW1 does. This model is powered by an AC adapter and includes a remote. iHome touts the fact that you can plug a dock into the iW2 via the USB port on the back and charge your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, though no dock is provided. Alternatively, you can simply charge your Apple mobile device with the standard iPhone/iPad charging/synching cable. That’s a nice feature. Later this year iHome will release the iW3 and iW4 AirPlay units. The iW3 is a vertical, more cylindrically shaped speaker; the iW4 follows the same design as iHome’s iPad/iPhone clock radio docks. Both units are expected to cost around $200 and ship this spring.

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