At the Port of San Francisco, see sample footage of three 360 cameras at 1080p resolution and how they look side by side.
Google and Levi’s are teaming up to create a smart jacket, one that allows users to access all kinds of services right from the garment, whether that’s making a phone call or accessing Google Play and Spotify. The jacket is due out in the spring
NASA and Microsoft team up to help researchers experience Mars through HoloLens; also, a handheld microwave for cooking on the go that fits in a backpack.
Google demos Project Solis at I/O. The prototype technology lets users control devices like a smartwatch or alarm clock using simple hand gestures.
OtterBox has partnered with several smartphone accessory manufacturers to create a new platform for iPhone accessories. See the Universe in action.
Google lead engineer Rafa Camargo gives a demo of its modular smartphone concept, Project Ara. The prototype phone lets you swap in interchangeable parts by popping them in and out.
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You can spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a 360-degree camera. We tested three of them to find out what kind of quality and ease of use you can expect at each price point.
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