Virgin enters space and the ocean! Toshiba is trying to make 2D to 3D conversion easy and smooth, but their 55ZL1 is also using face recognition to save your preferences. An iPhone 4 app called Steadycam Pro aims to make your videos smoother for only $3. And Robopec made REETI - a media center PC that's also a robot.
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Richard Branson is making waves with Virgin Galactic, a submarine for ocean exploring. Virgin is also entering space. The idea is nothing new, but they built and are finally showing the SpaceShipTwo, and the technology they use is impressive.
Toshiba is not only working on the 2D to 3D realtime conversion space, they also are building face recognition into their 55ZL1 HDTV. You can save your personal preferences, and when you sit down, your preferences come up. The potential is both cool as well as a little scary. This means you have a camera pointing directly at you at all times.
Many of us use our mobile phones for shooting video, but often, it's hard to keep the device steady. So video we want to share turns out to be not so great. The Steadycam Pro iPhone 4 app is coming to your rescue! For $3 it promises to smooth your video on the fly.
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REETI is a media center PC but he's oh, so much more! He's also a cute robot who moves his squishy little face into expressions.