Posts Tagged ‘‘racing’’
Real Racing 2 Android Review played on Samsung Galaxy S3 fantastic graphics for an EA game, Real Racing 2 is the follow up to an ok game this time the Racing…
Video Rating: 0 / 5
Real Racing 3′s time-shift multiplayer mode was a great addition to the game, but the latest update for iOS makes playing with friends even better. Now, aside from being able to face the car ghosts of your friends’ pasts to beat their records, four …
A quick review of the popular and addictive game on Android, the Hill Climb Racing which is now available on Windows Phone.
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Venturi Grand Prix, a joint venture between Monaco-based Venturi Automobiles and famed US actor Leonardo DiCaprio, is the tenth and final team to announce its participation in the inaugural season of Formula E racing. Organized by the FIA, the same group responsible for Formula 1 and the World Rally Championship, the all-electric competition is designed to attract fans of more environmentally friendly vehicles to the thrills and spills of high-speed competition. DiCaprio underlines the importance of “fuel-efficient, clean-energy vehicles,” which he considers to be “key to our planet’s future.”
Racing beyond LED to the next big thing — OLED lighting
Lighting suppliers are rushing to develop the Next Big Thing: a super-thin lighting source — dubbed OLED — that creates a 3D look for instrument clusters, tail lights or brake lights. An Organic Light Emitting Diode, or OLED, is a layer of material …
Read more on Automotive News (blog)
IK4-CIDETEC, leader of ORION project, develops materials to enhance …
The project involved the successful development of a new family of hybrid materials involving a combination of inorganic nanomaterials and organic molecules. These kinds of materials are set to have a big impact on various energy technologies. The …
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Revolutionary new noise at work monitoring tool launched …
Featuring a high resolution OLED (organic light emitting diode) display, ambient light sensor and illuminated silicon elastomer keypad, the Pulsar Nova® sound level meter offers users a very clear visual of noise measurement data under all weather …
Read more on Environmental Expert (press release)
- The car with pertect ring can rolling-over and keep going when it turned over.
- High Speed and Stylish.
- Control by apple iphone ipod ipad Touch Series.
- Easy and Convenient to use.
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1 x Mini Racer. (With retailing packing)
1 x Transmitter.
10 x Road Block.
4 x Tyre.
1 x Safeguard Circle.
1 x User’s Manual.
List Price: $ 25.00
Price: $ 25.00
This is a video of World Cup 3, a horse racing video game from Japan. A very UNUSUAL horse racing game from Japan. I didn’t really understand it, but that doesn’t mean I don’t really love it. “If you love it so much then why don’t you marry it?” I already asked. “And — what did it say?” Naaaayy. AHAHHAHAHA, COME BREAK MY F***ING NECK.
Hit the jump for the video, it really is worth a watch. And allegedly you can go HERE to play the game, but the site’s been down for as long as I’ve tried because everybody and their brother wants to get at it.
- The wheels make the game more fun to play and easier to play for new or young players.
- Perfect fit for Wii Remotes
- A Must Have for the Mario Kart game
The wheels make the game more fun to play and easier to play for new or young players.
(This is a 3rd party’s product, NOT from Nintendo)
(Wii remote is not included)
List Price: $ 0.00
Price: $ 3.26
Racing Google To Bring Driverless Cars To The Road, Mobileye Valued At $1.5B As Investors Take $400M Stake
In the world of self-driving cars and autonomous vehicle technology, Google gets most of the attention, but it’s far from being the only player in the field. Earlier this month, Mobileye, the Israeli and Dutch maker of advanced driver assistance technologies, claimed that self-driving cars “could be on the road by 2016.” Rather than Google cars’ array of radar, cameras, sensors and laser-based range finders, Mobileye wants to offer autonomous driving capability at a more affordable price point by using mainstream cameras that cost only a few hundred dollars.
While cars using Mobileye’s systems, like the Audi A7, aren’t quite as “autonomous” as Google vehicles, they could help advanced driver assistance technology make it onto the road long before 2025 — the date industry experts expect driverless cars to go mainstream. With its intelligent, camera-based “traffic assist” technology expected to begin arriving this summer thanks to partnerships with five major automakers, the automotive A.I. company is looking to take advantage while its stock is still high, so to speak.
Mobileye announced today that it is selling $ 400 million in equity to “five unaffiliated” financial investors, which include “some of the largest U.S.-based global institutional asset managers and a leading Chinese government-affiliated financial investor,” according to a statement released this morning. The transaction, which values the company at $ 1.5 billion (pre-money) and was overseen by Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, is expected to close in August.
The company attributes the timing, in part, to the current regulatory support and progression of global safety standards, which have helped encourage automakers to accelerate integration of intelligent driver assistance technologies.
Mobileye has been around since the 1990s, and like Google, is more interested in being an artificial intelligence company and, specifically, improving the intelligence of cameras to assist with autonomous driving, than being an automaker itself. The company’s technology has been tested in a number of capacities, but mostly it’s focused on helping drivers avoid collisions.
According to The New York Times, in the past, its tech has been used by companies like Volvo to detect pedestrians or vehicles up ahead or crossing in your blind-spots, alerting drivers when they get too close to those objects, for example.
The newer version of Mobileye’s system that arrives this summer aims to help steer the car in stop-start situations, though drivers are still required to keep their hands on the wheel. Coming up next, and expected to be street-ready by 2013, is a more advanced system that will allow for hands-free driving.
The company plans to begin experimenting with and adding to the number of onboard cameras in vehicles to improve the efficacy of its technology in autonomous driving cases and presumably push it closer to the kind of hands-free, full autonomy promised by Sergey Brin and Google in the years to come.
When Anki Drive was demoed live on stage during Apple’s WWDC, we saw a modern take on classic slot cars using iOS devices and Bluetooth-equipped toy vehicles — basically a racing video game rendered with real world objects. But there’s actually a lot more to it than that. Earlier this week, we talked briefly with Boris Sofman — Anki’s CEO and cofounder — about the product and the startup’s history and ambitions. While playing the game and taking pictures was off limits, we got the opportunity to examine the cars up close. Read on after the break.
Gallery: WWDC 2013: Anki Drive App