Fujitsu's got a new concept that uses intelligent camera algorithms to track your fingers, replacing the need for an actual keyboard.
Fujitsu has put together a device that combines one of the most used tools of the aged, a cane, with the GPS and Internet power of today in a bid to make sure your elderly loved one never gets lost again.
QR codes are occasionally useful at conveying information to end users, but typically operate in a static environment. Fujitsu thinks it can solve this issue, finding a way to convey similar bits and bobs of information from a television straight to your smartphone.
There's a new health app out there that uses photos from your smartphone to track the health of a person's skin — from acne, pore size and tone. The user takes several close up shots of their face and the app then analyzes their skin condition and assigns a score. Over time this allows a user to create a base on which to evaluate their skin health.
Seriously, these Fujitsu concept computers are getting a bit out of hand. There are so many designs to love that it breaks our hearts when we have to remember none of them are real. Each design was drafted with the theme of "A Life with Future Computing" in mind. We've rounded up the best designs from Fujitsu's Design Award 2011 Competition organized by DesignBoom here for you, so hurry on over and check out a glimpse of the future of mobile computing.
Tablets are great for a lot of tasks, but even the best virtual keyboard kind of stinks if you want to write anything longer than a few sentences. Fujitsu's answer is this tablet and netbook hybrid, that attempts to give you the best of both worlds in one sleek package.
Some of the latest entries in Fujitsu's ongoing design contest are truly testing the boundaries of gadget innovation, the latest being the concept "flexbook," an amazingly petite fold-up computer.
Back in the old days, you used to have to lug around a heavy video projector if you wanted to give a presentation with your laptop. Nowadays everything is so compact, it all fits right inside of the computer. Take these new Lifebooks by Fujitsu. They have optional video projectors built right in.
Laptops are handy because they fold in half. But why stop in half? They'd be handier if you could fold them a few extra times, as with the Fujitsu Lifebook X2 concept.
With Fujitsu's new wireless 22-inch PC monitor, we're another step closer to severing the cables from our computers. Graphics cards have already made the jump to wireless, so why not computer monitors?