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Bellus 3D Face Camera

Bellus 3D takes cameras to a whole new level, or to be more specific, they’ve created a 3D face camera for mobile devices that scans 500,000 points on your face in high resolution. Once scanned, the company sends you a file that can be transferred to a 3D printer to be fabricated into a mask. This is made possible with the infrared scanners on its camera, and once the Bellus 3D app is launched, you basically position your head within an outlined parameter, look ahead, turn to the left when asked, and then again to the right. You can see and zoom in on every wrinkle, pore and hair follicle in full color on the scans. Click here to view the first image in this week’s things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of glass shotgun slugs you definitely don’t want to mess with.

Ioniq Scooter

Hyundai isn’t known for producing scooters or hoverboards, but the foldable Ioniq aims to change that. This fully-electric scooter is no larger than a briefcase when folded, sports a digital dashboard, and can be stored as well as charged in the front door of the Ioniq EV. Acceleration is controlled by the rider scrolling up their thumb switch, while braking is achieved by pressing a pad over the scooter’s rear wheel or scrolling down thumb switch. The Hyundai embedded sensors in the scooter only activate the throttle when someone is on the scooter. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an SUV smashing through a comic book store, and the aftermath.

Sony E-Ink Watch
Sony E-Ink Watch

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Sony’s new E-Ink watch may not be the most practical for everyday use, but this paper-thin wearable will most certainly make you look twice. It was unveiled at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and is currently limited to displaying simple patterns and numbers. There’s no word yet on if we’ll see a “smartwatch” version of this device, but considering all of the flexible display technologies being developed right now, we wouldn’t be surprised to see it at CES 2018. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a 100mph remote-controlled car in slow-motion.

Dell Canvas

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Artists rejoice! The Dell Canvas lets you upgrade from the iPad Pro to a giant 27-inch (2,560×1,440 resolution) touchscreen display. Plus, the pen display uses Wacom EMR technology and will ship with a Wacom driver. At $1800, it’s “the world’s first horizontal smart workspace of its kind with touch, totem and pen capabilities,” said the company. A magnetic strip ensures you don’t lose stylus, while a puck-like controller pulls up a circular menu that can be used for controlling Windows when placed on the screen. Continue reading for another video and more information. Click here for a few bonus images.

HP Envy Curved AIO 34

Sleek and stylish, the HP Envy Curved AIO 34 All-in-One desktop PC looks more like a high-end home theater system than computer. All of the key hardware components are concealed within a rectangular tabletop box, perfectly complementing the matte black, Technicolor-certified Ultra WQHD micro-edge display. The same base also doubles as a quad-speaker sound bar, with audio tuned by Bang & Olufsen for immersive sound, while a Windows Hello-compatible camera and mic only pop up only when in use. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

Underwater Drone

PowerVision’s PowerRay submersible drone, unveiled at CES 2017, was designed to “redefine recreational fishing,” according to the company, as it uses sonar, as well as LED lures, to seek and attract the fish for you, capturing everything in 4K video. Its sonar can detect fish up to 40-meters away, with diving capability of 30-meters. The drone uses Wi-Fi to send data, video, and images up to distances of 70-meters to an iOS and Android devices. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Onewheel+ Street Snowboard

Unlike its predecessor, the all-new Onewheel+ boasts a new fluid design, with plenty of refined curves that replace the original’s boxy edges. It’s now powered by a Hypercore onboard motor, which can hit a maximum speed of 19 mph. Unfortunately, all this speed will set you back $1,499. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Razer Project Valerie

No, this isn’t a rendering, just Razer’s Project Valerie, which comes equipped with three 4K IGZO displays, all managed by NVIDIA’s G-Sync monitor technology to ensure a smooth multi-display experience. Inside, you’ll find an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card with 8GB of video RAM, 32GB of RAM, and a vapor-chamber cooling rig sourced from the Blade Pro. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Toyota Concept-i

Unveiled at CES 2017, the Toyota Concept-i is unlike any other electric vehicle as it boasts a powerful Artificial Intelligence computer system that learns with the driver and that is capable of building a ‘meaningful and human’ relationship with them. It uses multiple technologies to measure emotion and then maps it against where and when it travels, thus improving the quality of life of the driver. However, the driver can also opt for manual mod, with the AI seamlessly monitoring both their attention and road conditions, in case automation is required in emergencies. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a red hot cannonball being dropped on Styrofoam towers.

BMW i Inside Future

BMW unveiled its all-new Inside Future concept at CES 2017, showing what self-driving cars could look like in 2020. The minimalistic cabin has four large slim seats covered in a beige cloth, complete with a throw pillow in the second row, while a steering wheel remains ready for the driver to take control. Passengers in the back can interact with tablet-style touchscreens mounted on the armrests. HoloActive control technology projects a 3D image of its controls over the console, and gesture controls enable drivers to easily select infotainment and vehicle options. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an incredible drone video.