Gumball 3000, which is the year 2009 edition, for those not familiar with it, its essentially a coast to coast road trip adventure from Los Angeles to Miami from May 2 – 8th for rich people with the time and with cool cars. Therefore, like usual, there’s a wide variety of supercars, including the Nissan GTR, Bugatti Veyron, Porsches, Ferrari, Lambo, etc…
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Our friends over at TechChee recently spotted this neat new robotic technology developed by the scientists over at the University of Munich Hospital. The EyeSeeCam has been developed to track the viewpoint of the user’s pupils, this as a result then transmits data to servo actuators that can control any number of mechanical devices imaginable.
Examples include a video cameras or even a robot. It sounds extremely simple to use, in fact, the EyeSeeCam has been practically developed to adapt to us, humans.
Most case mods that get featured online are usually very well done. As for this one, its been done so elegantly – its a complete disguise. The Samsung Eternity (A867), not really a popular phone known to many here in the UK is actually hidden on the underside of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) controller you see in the photo below.
If you hop through the jump, you’re see in the video that everything works perfectly fine (the phone that is!)…