According to the company the technology is able to produce high quality parts to ten times faster and half the price compared to existing 3D printing systems. HP sued 3D printers market is currently dominated by Stratasys- and 3D Systems, Inc., says the BBC. HP about the washing machine-sized Jet Fusion 3D 3200 -printterin Prices start at 120 000 euro. 3200 model will be on sale in Europe in 2017, the first to include Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Italy, France, Germany and the UK. HP models will be the representative that they can print the also multi-colored objects. Research firm Gartner estimates that last year sold about 245 000 3D-print inserts.
Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analog synthesizer means the hardware is still in demand today.But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they re incredibly rare and expensive now—unless you re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.The sofa s outer shell is made from washing machine-safe canvas that s been printed with an oversized Minimoog design using eco-friendly inks.It s filled with polystyrene beads, which means that without a frame it probably feels more like plunking down on a bean bag chair instead of a sofa—but that s still a great place to take a nap.Pricing is around $420 so it s definitely more expensive than a nondescript bean bag chair.If you still want to make music with it, just go download Moog s new $30 synthesizer app and curl up with your smartphone.
Previous installment in the Blackview rugged outdoor phone series BV5000 managed to record pretty good sales all across the board so no wonder the company is trying to repeat the success.Upcoming model Blackview BV6000 should be better in almost every aspect and on top of that bringing the IP68 certification compared to only IP65 in the previous model.So what exactly the IP68 certification means ?First number describes the level of dust protection and the 6 means the highest one, complete protection against contact dust tight .The second number is the water resistance level and here the 8 is also the highest possible grade meaning the equipment is suitable for continuous immersion in water, depth is usually specified by the manufacturer, generally up to 3m.For more info about the IP certifications you can ask uncle Google for example here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP Code .BV6000 carries on board even some reasonable hardware specs for a pure rugged phone, 4.7-inch display with HD resolution and 3rd gen Gorilla Glass protection, octa-core Mediatek Helio P10 processor MT6755 clocked at 2 GHz 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of expandable storage, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and of course the aforementioned IP68 certification.Not sure if it s a valid IP certification test, but we have a pretty funny video of Blackview BV6000 surviving the washing machine treatment so don t forget to check it out.
Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analog synthesiser means the hardware is still in demand today.But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they re incredibly rare and expensive now—unless you re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.The sofa s outer shell is made from washing machine-safe canvas that s been printed with an oversized Minimoog design using eco-friendly inks.It s filled with polystyrene beads, which means that without a frame it probably feels more like plunking down on a bean bag chair instead of a sofa—but that s still a great place to take a nap.Pricing is around $420/£287 so it s definitely more expensive than a nondescript bean bag chair.If you still want to make music with it, just go download Moog s new £23 synthesiser app and curl up with your smartphone.
Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analog synthesiser means the hardware is still in demand today.But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they re incredibly rare and expensive now—unless you re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.The sofa s outer shell is made from washing machine-safe canvas that s been printed with an oversized Minimoog design using eco-friendly inks.It s filled with polystyrene beads, which means that without a frame it probably feels more like plunking down on a bean bag chair instead of a sofa—but that s still a great place to take a nap.Pricing is around $420/£287 so it s definitely more expensive than a nondescript bean bag chair.If you still want to make music with it, just go download Moog s new £23 synthesiser app and curl up with your smartphone.
The companies have teamed up on a smart jacket for bicyclists that will allow wearers to control their smartphones using sensors woven into the cuff.The Commuter smart jacket is a key step for wearable technology because it's more stylish and less obtrusive than a smartwatch.Remove it, and the jacket looks like a normal piece of clothing.The jacket is designed to be hung up, crumpled up and tossed in a bag, thrown over a chair, and even put through a washing machine, said Levi's Vice President Paul Dillinger.There's still a question of price, though.The company is working with commercial uniform maker Cintas to bring Jacquard into the enterprise as well.
You don t want a washer so cavernous that your dryer can t keep up, and you want to make sure both machines measurements are complementary.We ve put together a list of some of our current favorite dryers and paired them with top washers from our 2016 list.If you re looking to save some money especially since this is a fairly pricey machine , there s an Energy Saver button that extends the dryer time but lowers the heat.They include a quick-dry option, towel setting, and bulky item cycle.The EcoBoost setting adds another eco-friendly feature to this energy saver.Pair it with the GE High-Efficiency Right Height GFWR2700HWW Front-Load Washer.
Google's ATAP division likes to pioneer surprising things, including the Project Ara modular phone and Project Tango 3D-mapping phones and tablets - and its latest creation is a wearable device.Actually, it's a jacket.Long story short, the Levi's Commuter x Jacquard by Google Trucker Jacket features touch-sensitive fabric on a cuff, which acts like a trackpad on your wrist.With taps and swipes on the jacket, you'll be able to answer or decline calls, change your music playlist, get audio directions or tips on nearby locations via your headphones, and interact with apps like Spotify, Google Maps, and Strava.The touch tech is subtly built into the fabric, so you don't have to worry about having a silly looking, enlarged cuff in view at all times, but you will need to remove the Jacquard chips before popping the jacket in the washing machine.You'll be able to get your hands on the Levi's Commuter x Jacquard jacket in spring 2017, although no price has been announced.
During the last Google I / O was presented Project jacquard, which is a bet on connected and touch-sensitive clothes. Through a special kind of conductive yarn and thread, optional parts of the garments work much like a trackpad and used for example to control a connected smartphone. Left arm can register scans and prints. Down at the keys is a control unit that includes battery, Bluetooth, a vibration motor, sam a small LED lamp. The jacket can be washed in the washing machine which garments any time and is as durable as a regular jean jacket. The control needs to be removed before washing.
Your blacks and your whites clothes can be are tricky items in the washing machine.The good folks at Consumer Reports have some tried-and-tested tips to stop your black clothes from fading and your white clothes from becoming dingy.Pat Slaven, Textile Engineer at Consumer Reports, has some simple recommendations that anyone can follow.For black clothes, turn them inside out before putting them in the machine, always use only cold water, and never put them in the dryer.For white clothes, mark a fill line in the detergent cap to know the right amount each time; and use bleach *only* on 100% cotton clothes, not any other fabric.Check out the full video for other tips, like using the sun to naturally bleach your whites—it s an awesome demonstration.!
Alas, the public Internet, as a global networking medium for IoT solutions, does not come with a service-level agreement SLA .Just search IoT Challenges on Google, LinkedIn or similar venues to discover the common themes perceived as obstacles.The battle of the platforms is likely to continue a speaker at a recent conference listed a 260 count for IoT platforms , while the large platform vendors introduce their own cloud-hosted offerings, including Amazon, Google, Microsoft and IBM, among others.The interoperability conundrum is particularly evident in the case of product life cycles that come to an end; for example, the side effect of the Nest acquisition and subsequent shutdown of Revolv home automation service.Designing smarter devices, apps and services is a necessary but merely partial step toward producing an overall satisfactory solution.Foundational components soon followed — web browsers and servers, content authoring tools, web frameworks, app servers and many more as the web further expanded from computers to mobile devices, ultimately resulting in a fertile web/mobile ecosystem.
Enter the Foldimate robotic laundry-folding machine, which is designed to help reduce a bit of stress around the household.Foldimate even comes standard with a steam cleaner to help reduce the number of unwanted wrinkles, as well as a mode that allows users to perfume, soften, or treat clothes while they re being folded.Commercially available since 2014, Foldimate has been at work the past few years designing an at-home model of its innovative device.For comparison s sake, an average washer or dryer costs approximately the same, though it is worth pointing out the Foldimate only folds clothes; it s not a replacement for a washer or dryer.Standing 32 inches tall by 28 inches wide, the Foldimate would fit nicely in most laundry rooms and is also capable of being moved from room to room depending on space.Itonly weighs around 65 pounds.
'I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, sweat and enhanced washing machine resistance.'Getting into the "blood, toil, tears and sweat" spirit, Carney added: "It is stronger than paper and can better withstand being repeatedly folded into wallets or scrunched up inside pockets.Polymer notes can survive a splash of Claret, a flick of cigar ash, the nip of a bulldog, and even a spin in the washing machine afterwards to boot."Karsh legendarily relieved Churchill of his cigar just before pressing the shutter, hence his somewhat indignant expression.Pic: Bank of EnglandThe £5 note will hit the streets on 13 September, followed by the Jane Austen tenner in 2017, and a JMW Turner £20 in 2020.The switch to polymer currency - already packing wallets over 30 other countries, including Oz and Canada - will offer "enhanced resilience" against counterfeiting, the Bank of England assures.
Back in December, adidas and Parley for the Oceans detailed a running shoe made with ocean plastic.Now, half a year later, adidas has showcased a finished pair of those shoes, as well as providing pictures and details about the process used to create them.A bunch of work went into collecting, then cleaning and processing plastics found floating in the ocean, turning it into a type of teal green yarn.Fishing nets were the raw materials used for these shoes — the process to turn those nets into a useable yarn started back in autumn 2015, and involved cleaning about 150 kilograms of it for a textile supplier.This was a big part of the process, being used to establish the manufacturing process by which future materials can be rendered into useable threads.According to adidas, the first pair of these shoes — called adidas x Parley — will be available to some degree starting this summer.
I m Fred Raillard, CEO, Co-founder and Creative Chief Officer of FRED & FARID, a social, content, tech solutions for brands company based in Paris, Shanghai, Beijing and New York.In China, there are contrasting opinions about the racist adThe HotTopic of the week is this very racist detergent commercial that you all unfortunately know.It s the TVC where you see a black man coming towards an Asian woman who puts him in a washing machine, from where he comes out clean .On various forums, you can see thousands of people saying that this commercial is not racist.This is interesting because they really think that black people are in Africa and only in Africa.The cute digital activation for Children s Day by AlibabaThe HotBrand of the week is Alipay, the mobile payment system of Alibaba Group.
Asked to imagine a shoe made from ocean garbage and you might think of rolled up chips packets for laces, a discarded flipper for the outsole, and part of a plastic bottle for the tongue.A year after unveiling a prototype of the Adidas x Parley shoe, its designers this week pulled the wraps off a ready-to-wear version constructed with yarn created from netting and dumped plastics pulled from the ocean.The ongoing project aims to demonstrate how recycled garbage can be transformed into something useful, and also to highlight the environmental issue of ocean garbage and efforts to deal with it.Adidas s Kelli George, the company s senior materials manager in footwear materials, posted an interesting account of some of the work it took to sort the garbage and turn it into workable material for the shoe.The process involved manually unpacking the cords and shaking out the ocean gunk before throwing the whole lot into a washing machine to give it a good clean.In other environmental efforts, Adidas recently stopped using plastic microbeads in its body care products, and it s also committed to doing away with plastic bags in its retail stores by the end of this year.
In a new campaign for its smart washing machine Addwash Samsung has combined a laundromat with online cafe where visitors "pay" for the playing time by throwing dirty laundry into the washing machine, which will make the young people do some extra work at home. samsung.com
The dating app, known as the "Feminist Tinder," announced on Wednesday that it would partner with Spotify to help users find suitors who share their music taste.Here's how it will work: Bumble users can opt into showcasing their Spotify top artists on their profile page, which Bumble hopes will give users more information about a potential suitor and potentially serve as a conversation starter.Bumble, meanwhile, has a partnership with Snapchat to allow users to add filters to their profile pages.Wolfe says Bumble is looking for hyper-local partnerships with restaurants and ride-sharing apps in areas with a large concentration of users to help improve the dating experience offline.Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.More from Tech Insider:This tiny bag claims to clean your clothes as well as a washing machine in 3 minutes4 dark cosmic secrets that a strange new form of astronomy may soon revealThis online game shows you how ridiculously hard it is to spot gravitational wavesGravitational waves could help solve these mysteries of the universeMore than 1,000 physicists just proved Albert Einstein wrong againNOW WATCH: A Chinese detergent company made an incredibly racist ad, and the internet is going nutsLoading video...
When you update to iOS 10 this fall, you'll quickly realize that the iPhone's iconic "Slide to unlock" gesture is gone.To get past the iPhone's lock screen, Apple has added two new swipe gestures: swiping right from the lockscreen will take you to the iPhone's camera, and swiping left goes to a list of customizable widgets, which are essentially mini versions of your favorite apps.If you have an iPhone with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, unlocking your device works the same way.Here's a video from MacRumors that shows off all of the changes coming to the iOS 10 lockscreen in more detail:Read the original article on Tech Insider.Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.Copyright 2016.More from Tech Insider:Apple is changing the way you unlock your iPhone in iOS 10 AAPL HBO just released 8 new photos teasing an epic battle on Sunday's 'Game of Thrones'Cars have never looked this good in any video gameSolarCity s CEO told us he's confident we will see the end of fossil fuels in our lifetimeThis tiny bag claims to clean your clothes as well as a washing machine in 3 minutesNOW WATCH: The 7 best new features coming to the iPhoneLoading video...
For example, Portugal ran on renewable energy for four days straight this year, and in May Germany produced so much renewable energy it paid people to use it.SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive told Tech Insider he expects trends like this to continue and for adoption of renewables in the US to grow.Rive, though, is a little more optimistic and said he sees alternative energy accounting for 70% of power generated in the US in 30 years.In fact, in just three to five years, Rive predicts there will be a dramatic drop in power plants being built.Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.More from Tech Insider:This tiny bag claims to clean your clothes as well as a washing machine in 3 minutes4 dark cosmic secrets that a strange new form of astronomy may soon revealThis online game shows you how ridiculously hard it is to spot gravitational wavesGravitational waves could help solve these mysteries of the universeMore than 1,000 physicists just proved Albert Einstein wrong againNOW WATCH: Here's how much of the world would need to be covered in solar panels to power EarthLoading video...
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