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Designed by Maxence Parache, a recent graduate of London’s Central Saint Martins university, the diamondoid-shaped helmet harnesses the Microsoft Kinect to deliver an alternate reality set in the real world. The set-up includes an Arduino glove with force sensors and high-definition video glasses. Parache  plans to release the overall technical specs to the public for others  who want to modify the set-up. You can see video of the Hyper(reality)  helmet in action at the Geffrye Museum in the video below.

Designed by Maxence Parache, a recent graduate of London’s Central Saint Martins university, the diamondoid-shaped helmet harnesses the Microsoft Kinect to deliver an alternate reality set in the real world. The set-up includes an Arduino glove with force sensors and high-definition video glasses. Parache plans to release the overall technical specs to the public for others who want to modify the set-up. You can see video of the Hyper(reality) helmet in action at the Geffrye Museum in the video below.

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Russian designer Marat Kudryavtsev has created a new device named  communication gadget which eliminates all the wires and trouble with a  small stick-like gadget. This beautiful device projects a virtual  monitor screen and a virtual keyboard which solves the input and display  purpose for your computer.

Russian designer Marat Kudryavtsev has created a new device named communication gadget which eliminates all the wires and trouble with a small stick-like gadget. This beautiful device projects a virtual monitor screen and a virtual keyboard which solves the input and display purpose for your computer.

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