Life & Technology - 2GB 03rd April, 2016

OLO is a Kickstarter project that pairs with your smartphone to make a 3D printer. The product uses light from a smartphone’s display to react with a photosensitive resin which then hardens, creating an object. As a layer is finished, a mechanism in the printer lifts up the model, allowing the next layer to be printed. Read more on CyberShack.com.au

 

Perch is a new app that allows you to use any Android device or laptop as an internet-connected camera. After downloading the app, simply set up the device to view what you’d like to monitor, hit record and you’re done. Using another smartphone or computer, you can then view the camera feed from anywhere. Know more about Perch on CyberShack.com.au.

 

Uber wants to take your food on the road. Ridesharing business Uber is looking to share rides with food in a new app called UberEATS. Ridesharing business Uber is looking to share rides with food in a new app called UberEATS. UberEATS is primarily available overseas, but is reportedly launching in Melbourne soon. Read more on CyberShack.com.au

 

Booodl is the best way to find stores that sell what you want. This week on Life and Technology, Charlie spoke to Booodl’s CEO and Co-Founder George Freney to know more about app. 

 

HTC’s Vive is currently trending in the tech industry for Virtual Reality. This week on Life and Technology, Charlie was joined by HTC’s Director of Product Marketing, Thomas Dexmier to chat about the Vive technology. 

 

Technology over the years have come so far when it comes to displaying movies and cinema content in one’s home. This week on Life and Technology, Charlie was joined by well-known Australian Cinematographer Director, Peter James to know more about how far cinematography has achieved over the years.