futuristic technologies

Robot-Staffed Hotel Opening in Japan – Hotel will Be Entirely Run by Robots

Robot-Staffed Hotel Opening in Japan – Hotel will Be Entirely Run by Robots

Imagine entering a hotel and being hosted not by human but by robots. Robots will take care of you, lead you to your room, treat you with coffee, carry bags, and deliver laundry.

Don’t imagine it anymore, because this summer such hotel in Japan will be opened. The hotel will have 72 rooms. The fees will start from $60 per night. Most importantly the hotel will be staffed by 10 humanoid robots.

Samsung’s Gear VR Has Become Quite an Entertainment System in Aircrafts

Samsung’s Gear VR Has Become Quite an Entertainment System in Aircrafts

The airplane stays up because it doesn’t have the time to fall.
Technologies never stop rushing forward because they don’t have time for resting.
The latest comfort that Samsung has developed is an entertainment system in aircrafts. Australian carrier Qantas will soon welcome a new breed of gadget onboard – the Samsung Gear VR, along with a Galaxy Note 4 to power it.
How the system works?

Check Your Car Engine Noise Virtually-Ford Launched AR App to Promote its Mustang Car

Check Your Car Engine Noise Virtually-Ford Launched AR App to Promote its Mustang Car

Isn’t it unique to promote car with a help of latest technologies like Augmented Reality.
Ford is using AR tech to promote its new Ford Mustang model. The company has launched an augmented reality app which will allow users to envisage the car in their driveways. The app has been developed by Virtual Reality specialists Kudan and Blue Hive. It has entered the market as the first VR car concept.

Smart Stopping Car Pedals will Make Your Drive Convenience

Smart Stopping Car Pedals will Make Your Drive Convenience

Who could ever imagine that once there will exist cars with smart mirrors, cars with windscreen concept, self-driving cars, virtual cars or at least cars with smart brakes, smart pedals. All this stuff is meant for people’s safety and convenience. All these features will decrease the accidents possibility.
Autonomous cars may have been all the rage at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but most of the tech showcased is still pretty far off. What isn’t, however, are smarter stopping systems.

Fly Like a Bird over San Francisco via Birdly Virtual Reality Experience

Fly Like a Bird over San Francisco via Birdly Virtual Reality Experience

It is undeniable that at some point in time all of us had thought we have supernatural powers. All of us once had dreamed to fly like a bird, to experience something mysterious.
That’s what Max Rheiner created called Birdly – a virtual reality experience that lets you feel what it’s like to fly as a bird from a first-person perspective.
The system works with Oculus Rift headset which is paired with plastic surface on which the person should lay, there is also a wind effect, and the system is supposed for full-body VR experience.

New AR Thermal Technology Turns into the Touchscreen Whatever You Touch

New AR Thermal Technology Turns into the Touchscreen Whatever You Touch

In the last two years we are seeing that headset devices are coming into marketplace. Progressively these devices are becoming more refined containing a lot more capabilities.
The augmented reality wizards at Metaio just showed off their Thermal Touch technology, a new kind of user interface that basically turns the whole world into a touchscreen.

Kinect Translates Sign Language

Kinect Translates Sign Language

Yes Kinect translates sign language and facilitates the deaf people’s activities.
We’re sure there will be time when technologies will save people’s life with their extra-ordinary solutions.
Today the very powerful technology named Kinect is able to make deaf people’s thoughts, ideas and gestures available and understandable to everyone.
People having impairments with hearing skills can literally describe what they want to say.