Google pull out all the stops
We’ve been getting pretty excited since the announcement of Google’s Project Glass, but this live demo really kicked our “just shut up and take our money!” thoughts into overdrive. Skydiving, backflipping, abseiling-whilst-Google Hangout-ing madness.
Build stuff with Lego, in Chrome.
Sticking with Google, they created this rather fun demonstration of Chrome’s abilities, allowing you to build things with Lego. Who doesn’t love playing with Lego?
Canon Mixed Reality Headset
Pretty impressive tech from Canon, with plenty of potential uses – the most obvious being to train engineers and technicians to work on complicated machines. We’re sure we’ll be seeing some fascinating uses of this technology over the coming months.
The iPad is great to use in the kitchen, with a whole host of recipes and cooking apps at your fingertips. What’s not so great is when you’re in the middle of a recipe, your hands are covered in flour and eggs, but you need to scroll or turn a page. It’s a classic problem, which this app solves by using the front facing camera and simple gesturing.
A really interesting app that measures food sentiment across the globe, via tweets. You can drill down to individual countries, and there’s plenty of things to play with.