Ladies and gentle men, let me take your back to tech lane because this year 2016, technology is expected to go a little beyond the ordinary. So I’m simply going to pin point what to expect this year from tech giant. I’m pretty sure you’ll love it.
HoloLens just knocked me off my feet and a drop of pee came out of my underneath, while I was just recovering from Microsoft surfaced book psyched. HoloLens brings ideas to life. It is the first fully cordless, holographic computer, enabling high-definition holograms to integrate with your world.
There isn’t a screen to touch or a mouse to click. Create and shape holograms with gestures.
Communicate with apps using your voice. Navigate with a glance. Microsoft HoloLens understands your gestures, gaze, and voice, enabling you to interact in the most natural way possible. HoloLens will understand you, regardless of your gene!
This is beyond Alice the wonderland… this is just Ara is a wonder in the land of the living, not like a thunder though but something more than what you expect. Project Ara is google a.k.a the big boys project that makes you not only customise the programmes on your smartphones, You will be given the power to even customise the hardware too.
With a modular platform, you can pick the camera you want for your phone rather than picking your phone for the camera. You can have a sensor to test if water is clean. You can have a battery that lasts for days; an awesome speaker; a gamer phone. And Ara can also be your car key. Simply put, Ara is a wonder phone that does more than a phone.
You can upgrade different parts of your phone when you need to. Replace a broken display. Save up for a high-end camera. Share a module with your family, or swap one with your friends. Now you don’t have to throw your phone away every few years.
In short, Ara lets you make thoughtful choices and tell your story through your device.
Delivery Starship Robot
While Yudala practiced the delivery of items through drones in some part of Lagos last year, Starship robots are ready to hit the ground with effective delivery concept. Starship robot uses cameras, sensors and maps to navigate autonomously 99% of the time and will launch the first “pilot” services with partners in the U.S. and U.K. in 2016.
Starship’s robots can drive intelligently on the sidewalks at pedestrian speeds. They know their location and can navigate their way through an area with perfect precision all whilst seamlessly merging with pedestrian traffic.
The robots can detect obstacles, adjust speed or stop and safely cross the streets.