Not your average action figure: According to TechCrunch, Japanese company SoftEther has created a means for people to translate real world motion into 3D graphics by means of a motion-capture device nicknamed Quma. The device, which looks like a high-tech action figure, has sensors that translate physical motions to online actions. Check out the video above for a demo of Quma.
Model in focus: Lytro, the revolutionary camera and technology that we’ve covered before on In Hard Focus, blogged about its “First Light Field Supermodel.” Check out the post to play around with the photos and be your own fashion photographer!
Heathrow Airport now using facial recognition technology: The Guardian reported that London's Heathrow Airport is now rolling out facial recognition technology to verify airline passengers and prevent domestic/international ticket swaps in terminals. Heathrow has been using technology to process passengers since 2008, however this new implementation will sync with Aurora Imaging Recognition (AIR) and allow security to track an individual's location anywhere in the terminals.