This week, we suggest two high-tech videos. The first presents the Moky keyboard, with an invisible touchpad on all of its keys for a certain comfort of use, especially on the move. The second presents a Google Radar chip which could allow you to control connected objects with precision simply by gestures.
On the video games side, the first extract focuses on the announcement of the final version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset which will be released in 2016. The second extract displays a video montage which transcribes GTA V (Grand Theft Auto V) in real life for a rather impressive result.
With that, happy Sunday and good viewing.
The Moky keyboard has an invisible touchpad on all of its keys.
Google Soli project
Google presents a Radar chip that could allow you to control connected objects with precision simply by gestures.
Oculus Rift: final video version
Oculus VR has revealed the final version of its virtual reality headset which will be marketed in 2016.
GTA 5 in real video
Here is a video of the Corridor Digital team which presents a montage of GTA 5 made in real life.