Results of Monozukuri, or “the duplication of design data into a material” and the “art, science and craft of making things” are on display for the next few days at berlin’s biggest show-and-tell for electronics, the IFA. One of the world’s smallest computers is exhibited by telefunken. It has the same format as a USB stick and can transform all televisions and screens into intelligent terminals. lifeproof’s nüüd case for the iPhone & ipad meets military specs and protects even under water.
de’longhi introduced its reaction to a new london coffee-making trend at IFA 2012 with its “flat white” featuring a dedicated ‘milk’ button. Meanwhile visitors can admire the world’s first flat screen televisions to incorporate OLED technology, that will make displays even thinner, brighter and more efficient – all personal goals of mine by the way.
Seiko Epson Corp is working on bracelets that can transmit the wearer’s health data to a doctor or family member and 2nd generation video glasses that can be used to watch films while engaging in other mundane activities like high-speed driving. they will be smaller and lighter than the company’s 1st gen video glasses named moverio.