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Psst. Yeah, you. Wanna purchase a new iPhone? No, the new iPhone, the one that’s not out yet. It ’ s not vital exactly how I got it, are you in or not?
Apple devotees may have September 12 circled in their calendars, however those yearning to turn some heads in the meantime may wish to have a look at Goophone’s new ersatz iPhone. The so-called Goophone I5 takes the two-tone iPhone design that’s been revealed in drips and drabs over the previous couple of months, and shoves some Android-powered hardware into it.
Precisely what type of hardware is still unidentified for now– all Nowhereelse. fr had the ability to identify was that it actually sports a 3.5-inch display as an alternative of the 4-inch panel, however that’s not to say those crafty Chinese shanzhai artists aren’t carried out to crafting a stellar knockoff. The couple of images of the I5 that have actually appeared disclose that Goophone ’ s latest effort undoubtedly bears a striking similarity to what the brand-new iPhone is anticipated to look like, however that ’ s not really a surprise thinking about the business ’ s track record.
Despite the hokey name, Goophone has been churning out some rather outstanding phone clones these past few years– there’s the One S-aping Goophone X1, and who could forget Goophone ’ s surprisingly sincere take on the iPhone 4S?
I’m no great follower of knockoffs, however it’s difficult to look at these faux phones without a bit of appreciation for just how slavishly these men have actually ripped off other business’ designs. For much better or worse, there’s no word on when this handsome phony will certainly start trickling from factories in Shenzhen, but my money ’ s on it making its debut just ahead of Apple ’ s big announcement.
The minds at Disney Analysis aren’t only interested in tracking your face– they prefer to map, shave and clone it, too. Through a pair of analysis projects, Walt’s proteges have taken care of to develop systems for not only mapping, digitally reconstructing and removing facial hair, but additionally for developing realistic synthetic replicas of human faces for use in animatronics. Let’s start with the beards, shall we? Facial hair is a huge part of an individual’s physical identification, a fast shave can render a close friend unrecognizable– however contemporary face-capture systems aren’t truly optimized for the stuff. Disney researchers tried to address that issue by developing an algorithm that detects facial hair, reconstructs it in 3D and uses the information it gathers to suss out the shape of the skin underneath it. This produces a reconstruction of not only the skin episurface, however also of the topic’s individual hairs, meaning the final product can be viewed with or without a clean shave.
Yet another Disney team is additionally taking a careful look at the human face, however is working on even more tangible reconstructions– especially for use on audio-animatronic robotics. The team behind the Physical Face Cloning project hope to automate part of developing animatronics to accelerate the task of simulating a human face for future Disney robotics. This challenging procedure includes catching a topics experience under an assortment of conditions and using that information to optimize a composition of synthetic skin to finest match the original. Completely bearded animatronic clones are still a means off, of course, but isn’t really it reassuring to know that Disney could one day
change you precisely simulate your visage in Walt Disney Globe for posterity? Dive into the specifics of the analysis at the source links below, or review on for a video presentation summary of the fundamentals.
Filed under: Misc. Gizmos, Robotics, SoftwareDisney researchers can now digitally shave your face, clone it for animatronics (video clip) originally appeared onEngadget on Sun, 12 Aug 2012 03:15:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink PhysOrg (1), (2)|Disney Research (1), (2)|E-mail this|Comments
Developer Christina B is working to recreate iPhone OS 1 for generic hardware with Project Magenta: a port of Apple’s open-source Darwin operating system. Darwin is the foundation for iOS, and Christina plans on developing a clone of Apple’s mobile platform using open-source alternatives to its proprietary stack. The Darwin port sits atop a standard Linux kernel and will run on any ARMv7-based chip. Christina doesn’t plan to implement the necessary high-level frameworks to support running iOS apps, although she says the CoreOS should be 99-100 percent compatible.
There is of course a possibility that another developer could add in the high-level frameworks and thus make the port compatible with iOS apps. Christina B doesn’t seem too keen…
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I’ll be doing a number of videos on the aPad aka iPed aka Moonse e7001. This is Part One, which is my first impressions of the gadget. RockChip CPU aPad 7″ www.amazon.com Personal suggestion: Amazon’s Kindle Fire – 7″ multitouch tablet! www.amazon.com Here’s the Playlist for all of my aPad videos: www.youtube.com Before you can really enjoy this tablet, I would suggest updating the firmware using one of the custom firmwares from SlateDroid.com. I’m actually going to make that tutorial in my next video. The benefits of installing the custom firmware is worth it. The user interface has a faster response, there are various app compability fixes, as well as portrait and landscape fixes, and the battery life is noticeably longer. The overall user experience is just better on the custom firmware. My following videos on the aPad will be more focused on reviewing the tablet. I won’t showcase apps until the next video (which will have a better firmware). It will also include tips and tutorials on how to make the aPad experience as good as an iPad’s. Subscribe and watch my following videos on the aPad. Follow me on these sites: Subscribe to me on YouTube Blogger: www.mycoretechs.com JaymarkTech www.jaymarktech.com Twitter www.twitter.com Facebook – Search: JaymarkTech Thank you!
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Patent trolls – mere shells of companies that go after potential infringements in order to rack up some hefty legal fees and maybe a settlement or two – don’t have an institutional memory. Take the great iPad in China debacle. What you see above is ProView’s “iPad.” The eagle-eyed among you will note that is bears more than a passing resemblance to the old iMac, circa 1998.
The device, according to the ProView literature, is a development that “constructs on the dream of technology founded human spirit.” This device appeared a few years after the original iMac.
ProView is attempting to extort up to $ 2 billion out of Apple on this claim even after Apple settled with the company in 2010 for about $ 50,000 per country in order to secure the iPad trademark. It is impossible to understand how ProView could be so wildly ham-handed in regards to all of this but presumably the statute of limitations is up on their original look and feel infringement and so the dead husk of ProView can keep pounding at Apple’s doors with little success.
MIC Gadget did a little digging and found that ProView is currently owned by a number of banks in China and owes over a billion dollars in liabilities and overdue loads.
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Paleontologists in Canada have discovered a treasure trove of dinosaur feathers (I know — it’s still hard for me to believe too) trapped in amber that should shed some light on the evolution of feathered animals, and, God unwilling but let’s totally do it anyways, the potential cloning of my smexy reptilian brethren.
A team of scientists from the University of Alberta believes the feathers, 11 in total, are from the Late Cretaceous period, which spanned 99 million to 66 million years ago.
Discoveries of dinosaur feathers have helped reshape the public’s perception of the extinct creatures. Gone are the days when dinosaur skin was thought of as solely scaly.
“You can kind of track where the science is going by just looking at contemporary culture,” Dr. Norell said. “If you look at the original Jurassic Park film, all the dinosaurs looked like crocodiles. And today, you look at the most recent incarnations of them, and lots of them are fluffy.”
Whoa whoa whoa — fluffy dinosaurs?! THIS. CHANGES. EVERYTHING. But mostly just what I picture when I masturbate. Let’s clone ‘dem beeches already.
Alberta’s dinosaur feathers have paleontologists all atwitter [theglobeandmail]
Thanks to Melissa, who cloned a pterodactyl and trained it as a winged mount but apparently they don’t understand power lines.
Were you mostly on board with the N100, but wished Sammy would have held the MeeGo? Those of you in India or Russia are apparently in luck, as Notebook Italia has spotted its Windows-toting twin: the N102. Identical to the N100 in every other way, 10-inch netbook kicks the open source OS to the curb, opting instead for the pared down Windows 7 Starter Edition. Naturally, you’ll pay a little extra for the privilege, as the 8,930 Roubles (around $ 320) gizmo is about 50 bones more than its MeeGo-wielding doppelgänger. Or, you know, you could just buy the N100, bask in open-source goodness and then put that half-Benjamin toward the purchase of a real copy of Windows.
Let’s play a game! Look at the image above and pick the real iPhone 4 from the clone. Right or left? Need more help? Click through for a couple more images.
Yep, the one on the left is clearly the clone, but you must admit that it doesn’t look that far off. More at NoWhereElse.