This white, 11-inch tall robot has an HD LCD touchscreen “face”, a sleek, white ABS plastic, glass, and aluminum body, and a 3-axis motor system that allows for natural, emotion-stirring movement. Thanks to two hi-res cameras, Jibo can recognize and track faces, and can even independently take photos and video, while 360º microphones and natural language processing let you talk to him from anywhere in the room. He can even connect with your phone to give you hands-free reminders and messages. Coming in 2015.
July 20th is the 45th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Everywhere in the world Buzz travels, people tell them their stories of where they were the day he and Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. He used to keep a little black book to keep track of where everyone was but this time turned to social media to gather stories with the hashtag #Apollo45.
From the brand’s inception in 2003 Billionaire Boys Club has sampled, remixed and re-mastered the general status quo of menswear using luxurious fabrics, unique silhouettes but arguably most eye-catchingly through the use of revolutionary all-over prints and repeat patterns.
For the first time in Europe, Billionaire Boys Club present a selection of their most prolific graphics teaming up with Glaswegian retailer Cruise and supported by the Glasgow School of Art to showcase the brands history through print launching Saturday 26th July and through to the 3rd August 2014. The event ties in as part of Fashion Cultures, part of the Merchant City Festival at Festival 2014 set in Glasgow, Scotland.
Denim made by lions, tigers, and bears?! Really though, only in Japan…