Create Your Own Full Size Colour 3D Body Scan Using Kinect v2 And 3D Builder App (video)

Microsoft Kinect

If you fancy creating your very own full size colour 3D body scan you might be interested to know that Microsoft has this week added support for its Kinect for Windows v2 sensor to 3D Builder 3D printing software.

Now anyone equipped with a Kinect for Windows and the 3D Builder that runs on Windows 8.1 operating system can create a full-size scan of themselves or other people with ease. check out the video after the jump to see how easy the processes and how to create your very own 3D body scan.

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Facebook Rooms App For iOS Launched

facebook rooms

Facebook has launched a new mobile application for Apple’s iOS platform, the app is called Facebook Rooms and it is designed to let you create places and forums to discuss and share things with your friends.

Facebook Rooms is available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, and the application is compatible with iOS devices that are running iOS 7.0 and above, you can see more details on how the app works below

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360 Degree Action Camera 360Fly Passes Through The FCC (video)

360 Degree Action Cam

A new 360 degree action camera in the form of the 360 Fly as this week successfully navigated its way through the FCC, hinting that it will soon be available to purchase commercially in retail shops and online.

The 360 Fly action camera is fitted with a single-lens 360 degree horizontal and 240 degree vertical fisheye lens, providing users with the widest field of view on the market, say its creators.

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Amp iPad Speaker Case For iPad Air Launches On Kickstarter (video)

iPad Speaker Case

Anyone who has just purchased Apple’s latest iPad Air 2 or owns their previous iPad Air tablet and is looking for a way to enhance the audio from the tablet, may be interested in a new iPad speaker case called Amp.

Amp has just launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website and with the aim of raising $50,000 to help start manufacturing and retail, and is being marketed as “ the first premium wireless iPad Air case of its kind”. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Amp project and see it in action.

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Montblanc Rolls out Pens and Leather Covers for Galaxy Note 4


Samsung has done very well with its line of phablets called the Galaxy Note series. One hallmark of these smartphones is that they have very large screens and those screen scan be written on with a stylus. The Stylus is called the S Pen and stores away in the top of the smartphone. Montblanc is a company that has been making fine writing instruments for decades.

Montblanc and Samsung have teamed up to make a high-end line of accessories for the Galaxy Note 4 that includes a couple pens and leather covers for the smartphone. There are two pens that are able to write on the screen of the smartphone and on plain paper. The pens include the Montblanc e-StarWalker and Montblanc Pix.

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Awesome Pixelmator iPad App Now Available For $4.99

Pixelmator iPad App

iPad owners looking for a way to tweak and manipulate photographs they may have taken, might like to give the new Pixelmator iPad application a browse, as it is now available to purchase from the Apple iTunes App Store priced at $4.99 and offers many awesome features.

Pixelmator has been designed to provide an iPad users with a powerful image editor that builds on the Mac OS X application that offers a fantastic alternative to Adobe’s Photoshop on Mac systems.

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PlayStation 4 Update 2.0 Rolling Out Next Week

PlayStation 4 Update 2

PlayStation 4 owners patiently waiting for the highly anticipated release of the recently announced PS4 update 2.0 codenamed ‘Masamune’, will be please to know that Sony will be rolling out the update to PS4 consoles worldwide next week on October 28th 2014.

The new PS4 update 2.0 includes a wealth of new features including enhancements to live broadcasting enabling PS4 owners to install a dedicated YouTube application offering the ability to upload your gameplay footage directly to it.

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Project Ara To Get A Google Play Like Hardware Store

project ara

It looks like Google has some plans for a new store for its modular smartphone, the device is called Project Ara, and Google will apparently launch a store similar to Google Play for their Project Ara devices.

The news comes from Google’s Paul Eremenko, who confirmed that Google will be following their Google Play model for their Project Ara Store.

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Social Network Ello Becomes A Public Benefit Corporation


We recently heard about a new social network called Ello that is looking to take on Facebook, the company has just managed to raise $5.5 million in funding, and they have also converted the company to a Public Benefit Corporation.

Ello has also confirmed that they will never show adverts on the site, and that they will never sell user data, you can see a statement from the company below.

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FlowPaw Teaches Computer Coding By Building Gizmo Projects (video)

Learn Computer Coding

Anyone interested in learning to code or would like to help someone else learn, may be interested in a new educational coding platform called FlowPaw which has been designed to make learning computer coding interactive, fun and engaging.

Designed by DSP Robotics based in London the FlowPaw comes complete with its own drag-and-drop software which enables learners to create gizmos quickly and efficiently and see how they work.

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