Essence reality and 3D printing are among top technologies showcased by thousands of IT companies attending this year`s tech show CeBIT in the northern German city of Hanover.
Here are some eye-catching gadgets from the annual fair:
*Quidditch on a flying broomstick
Harry Potter fans dying to get a taste of what playing quidditch on a flying broomstick appear like can climb on a plastic lookalike and put on a pair of virtual reality glasses and earphones offered by LocomotionVR.
*Belt tightening for Spendthrifts
A group of students from the University of Applied Sciences at Osnabrueck have Invented a belt called Bob that helps its user save money.
For pedestrians who get fidgety while Hold for the green light, German company Urban Invention has replaced crosswalk signal buttons with touchscreens that offer a modern version of the video-game hit “Pong”.
*Make your own toy
Can`t find new toys to keep your child entertained? How about letting smaller ones have fun creating one themselves?
*Foobot –the good air guru
Too hot? Too dusty? Too humid? Airboxlab created Foobot — a gadget it described as a “good-air guru” — to help the user determine the finer details of air quality — from CO2 levels to optimal temperatures.