Author: Cindy Chan

Will show ankle for five minutes of wireless

Idea of the week: ProPILOT chair

ProPILOT Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan has developed robotic self-driving chair to solve a truly first-world problem – having to stand in line and queue to get something you want. How? The chairs are equipped with cameras that senses the chair in front, following it to the front of the line. When the person in front gets up to enter the… Read more →

Thoughts on The English Surgeon

Here are some of my thoughts after watching ‘The English Surgeon’ – Structure – Linear structure : the events seems to be unfolding in time. For example, it shows the journey where Henry Marsh was approached and he travels to Ukraine and the story starts to unfold from there. – There is also no confusion between ambiguity and lack of… Read more →

Weekly Device: SafeWallet

SafeWallet is a secure wallet and the first anti-theft and anti-loss wallet around the world. You will never lose it. How it works: SafeWallet is a real wallet which integrates motion sensor, light sensor, and BLE chipset. It has following functions: 1. Anti-theft If a thief wants to steal wallet from your pocket or bag, your wallet will beep loudly… Read more →

Virtual Reality Threadmill

Virtuix Omni The Virtuix Omni™ is a first-of-its-kind active virtual reality motion platform. Active VR, where your actions in the virtual world are controlled by first-person navigation like walking or running, creates an unprecedented sense of immersion that cannot be experienced sitting down.   More details: Home “If you really want that full-motion experience, what you’ll need is a gaming… Read more →


Fineck: The World’s First Wearable Device For Your Neck Problem? We are the generation of workaholics and smartphone geeks. We spend hours on the computer and smartphone every day and eventually we all started to suffer in neck pain. Solution Fineck can track the movements of our neck and recognize the body postures, reminding you of your health status. By using… Read more →

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