While every company is showing 4K resolution TVs in monstrous sizes with high price tags, Panasonic has revealed the world's first tablet with 4K resolution.
When the apocalypse comes, you'll be scrambling to power all your flashlights for zombie deterrence, and this clever model from Panasonic makes it easy.
When humans produce energy, we do it very inefficiently. Usually what happens is that we make something very hot (like a car engine), use a tiny bit of that energy to do work, and then spend even more energy getting rid of all the waste heat. Panasonic has developed a new thermoelectric material that can get a chunk of that energy back.
A salon in Osaka, Japan is host to the trial of the first proper shampooing robot to autonomously care for your head. While Panasonic's Head Care Robot is being tested alongside real hairdressers, it has a bit of an advantage over the competition: 24 robot fingers to massage the client's scalp for sweet, sweet relaxation.
We saw the world's first 8K display at CES back in January, but despite its ultra high resolution awesomeness, it was just a little small at 85 inches diagonal. Now Panasonic has fixed that, by showing an 8K display which is a massive 145-inches across.
They say too much of a good thing is a bad thing, but did Hollywood listen? Not at all. Panasonic, a big supporter of 3D says all the inferior "me too" 3D films made with conversions is destroying the format.
In light of the recent Japanese earthquake, Panasonic and eight other companies are plowing full-steam ahead with plans for their Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town (SST) — a 19-hectacre "green" community that will be home to 3,000 residents and where life will revolve around being energy-conscious.
Yeah, I guess cramming 100 gigs onto a triple-layer rewritable Blu-ray disc is nice, but seriously, what's the point? Physical media is a terrible idea, especially right now, when the future is all in the cloud.
What's the problem with a table covered in solar panels? Well, if you actually put anything on it that covers the panels, it stops working. So it's a good thing, then, that it transmits the power it harvests to your mobile devices wirelessly.
At a first glance, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 looks and sounds like any generic point and shoot, but it's not. The FX77 has a few special modes that virtually re-touch your skin by applying make-up to your pics.