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.

Future technology erascan

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

Future technology erascan

Fingerprint scanner
Computer of the future
Future of computer technology


Concept BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0

It a relatively new BlackBerry PlayBook concept tablet, actually called PlayBook 3.0 and created by Crackberry user ummie4. We’re dealing here with a very original slate, a clamshell one, that also involves a keyboard. The famous kvertifonah typing and working with email much easier than on a Tablet PC. To overcome this contradiction is a new concept called BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0.

Future technology Concept BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0

Unlike the original PlayBook, the concept is made in the form factor laptop. The top panel is placed a full-sized screen diagonal of 5.7 inches, and placed on the bottom of the display is smaller and the two halves separated by a mechanical layout is really handy for typing. Above the keyboard halves are small trackpads, and the touchpad performs the function of the touch screen. It also provides access to advanced features of multi-tasking.

Future technology Concept BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0

Future technology Concept BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0

Future of tablet computers concept
Blackberry emphaty
Futuristic computer
Computer in the future


Concept workstation 3D-designer

The quality and performance components for the computer, of course, are essential when choosing a new car, and it’s more than fair. However, for work for computer you must create and the comfortable terms, because without the proper surroundings, even a masterpiece industry will this machine for torture.
PULSE – this concept of the workstation all-in-one to work with three-dimensional animation of Sangaroon Cheamsawat. It has a fully modular design with four interchangeable controller and three monitors.

Future technology Concept workstation 3D-designer

Designer: Sangaroon Cheamsawat

Future technology Concept workstation 3D-designer

Future technology Concept workstation 3D-designer

Future computers to its next level
Concept of a personal computer
Concept next generation computer 2015
Computer class of future

Stanford Human-Computer Interaction Expert Cliff Nass Dies at 55

Dr. Cliff Nass, a highly regarded professor at Stanford University who was known for his research on human-computer interaction and the impact of multitasking on cognitive performance, died from a heart attack this weekend. He was 55.

Cliff Nass

At Stanford, Nass was a professor in the communication department, as well as the director of the university’s Communication Between Humans and Interactive Media lab, known as CHIMe.

In a 1996 book he co-authored called “The Media Equation: How People Treat Computers, Television and New Media Like Real People and Places,” Nass explored how human interaction with computers compares with real social relationships, reporting “that people are polite to computers; that they treat computers with female voices differently than male-voiced computers.”

In a 2012 book entitled “The Man Who Lied to His Laptop,” Nass explored how humans “empathize with, argue with and form bonds with” computers.

More recently, Nass was tapped to help out with Google Glass and the search giant’s self-driving cars.

“Cliff used to joke that you know that a scientific discovery is important when a decade later people take it for granted as truth,” Jeremy Bailenson, Nass’s colleague and founding director of Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, said via email. “When he first published the findings, Bill Gates championed the work as ‘amazing.’ Now, its impact can be seen so pervasively that we take social relationships with media for granted.”

More than just a brilliant mind, Nass was revered by his many students throughout the years. As another member of Stanford’s communication department described it, he embodied the role of quirky professor.

He was known for performing multiple tasks at once (even as he studied multitasking), and often wore comfortable sweatpants, accessorized with large eyeglasses and an infectious laugh.

Nass earned his B.A. in mathematics from Princeton University in 1981, and worked as a computer scientist at Intel Corporation before earning a PhD in sociology from Princeton. He joined Stanford in 1986. His Stanford bio also states that he was a professional magician.

Members of the Silicon Valley tech industry reacted on Twitter last night with the hashtag #RememberingCliff, while many in the Stanford community are leaving their remarks here.

On a personal note, I had the fortunate experience of intersecting with Cliff Nass over the past couple months as one of his students in an experimental research course at Stanford, where I’m currently enrolled as a graduate student. Our team has been focused on continuing Cliff’s research on multitasking and cognitive impact – a topic he was passionate about.

“With this research, it might take a long time to get to the answers,” Cliff said recently. “I have parents emailing me a lot, asking me, ‘Is this [multitasking] bad for my kids?’ And the answer right now is, ‘I don’t know. We just don’t know yet.'”

On a recent Friday evening, he took our group on a tour of VAIL, the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Lab on Stanford’s campus, where he and other researchers have been studying human behavior in an autonomous-car simulator. He patiently took the time to answer all questions, until it grew dark outside the lab; in Cliff’s view, no question was a bad one.

“I will remember Cliff as a person who made any room a happier place,” Bailenson said in a statement. “His brilliance was exceeded only by his generosity and warmth.”

Here’s a video, published in February of this year, in which Cliff discusses the psychology of digital media and its implications:

Correction: A previous version of this article noted that Nass was the first member of his family to go to college, as reported earlier by the Stanford Daily newspaper. We have removed the reference to this and apologize for the error.

Create your very own Facebook Application in 10 minutes or less using phpMyFB

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Unlimited Apps & Domains
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Automated Facebook App Settings
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Add Random Text – Add random text in any font (over 200+ preloaded fonts, or add custom TTF font files), color, size you’d like. With support for dynamic tags and functions (see below)

Dynamic Tags & Functions – Built in dynamic tags and functions for use with Random Text actions allow you to insert random numbers, dates, random friends’ names, and more.

Automated Coordinate Setting – No more having to find X & Y locations like with low-end scripts. Our Javascript-based X/Y picker allows you to pick a location from your image for your actions via point-and-click.

Advanced Template System – Adjust all templates files for your app within the phpMyFB panel (minor HTML knowledge required). Adjust global template files for unconfigured/unchanged app templates with your customizations and advertisement codes.

Support for Manual & Auto Publishing – Configuration options allow you to select manual or auto publishing with each app

Support for Friend Tagging – When random friends are selected (see above), you are given the configuration option to tag them in the published photo.

Fan Page & Canvas App Support – Run your apps as canvas apps, fan page tabs, or both!

Email, Name, Facebook ID harvesting – Configuration options allow you to harvest email, Facebook ID, and full name of every visitor that installs your app.

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PHP5, MySQL, SSL / HTTPS Support (more info)

Admin Panel Demonstration
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Sample Application Demonstrations
Profile Stalker
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Top Friends (Video Demo)
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Video Demonstration
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Concept of the KeyFlex

This new keyboard allows its users to bend, twist and squeeze the keyboard to perform tasks such as changing volume, fast forwarding a song or film, and sharing content on Facebook. The concept of the KeyFlex is to take keyboard interaction and make it more dynamic for the sorts of social media activities that keyboards currently don’t do particularly well. The KeyFlex adds bend, twist and squeeze functions into an ergonomic detached keyboard design. You’d be able to twist to scroll up and down menus or squeeze to select, as well as easily programming in functions such as “share” or Like for social media use, via a squeeze action. KeyFlex – delightful and very easy to use. But while this is just a concept!

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Designer: Victor Johansson

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

Future technology Concept of the KeyFlex

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