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TV outside the box: Using cell phones, new system would let TV programs spill off the screen (w/ Video)
Augmented reality is an emerging discipline that uses handheld devices to superimpose digital data on the real world: If, say, you're in Paris and point your phone at the Eiffel Tower, the tower's image would pop up on-screen, along with, perhaps, information about its history or the hours that it's open. With a TV enhancement called Surround Vision, however, researchers at MIT's Media Lab are bringing the same technology into the living room.
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Now you really can reach out and touch someone through the Internet, with the help of a wearable robot designed by a husband-and-wife team of scientists based in Japan.
La operadora 3UK ha desarrollado un sistema que se conecta a través de un módem compacto a Internet mediante Wi-Fi y permite a los pasajeros de un vehículo navegar por la red desde el iPod, la Nintendo DS, un netbook o cualquier otro aparato tecnológico. Para poder usarlo, sólo hay que encender el dispositivo, conectar el soporte con el que se vaya a navegar e introducir la clave de red de ocho dígitos.
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