Chinese Lantern Festival Got One Thousand Drones Lit Up The Night Sky, Celebrating A Rooster Year.

On the day of Chinese New Year’s Lantern Festival in Guangzhou, China (2017), people got to witness 1,000 drones lit up Guangzhou’s night sky with various beautiful colors.  The drones were synched up in different patterns that got purposeful meaning to the Chinese people.  According to Chinese news services, the 1,000 drones performance just set a Guinness World Record since thus far it’s a biggest number of drones in the sky at once.  What is amazing is that none of these drones was crashing into each other, and so the automation of fly patterns for drones is definitely ready for prime time.  Don’t you think the future will be involving with more of drones that behave as if fireworks have gone off in the dark but beautiful night sky?  Perhaps, the prediction of automation will come true in regarding to putting firework business out of business?  In summary, these swarm formations of drone performance might be more fashionable and future proof than firework… but by witnessing how drones got to be so automated is making us worry for our future.  We may worry how futuristic  AI’s automation will put hundreds if not thousands of outdated, typical human jobs and businesses out of service.  If I’m not wrong, I think Chinese Lantern Festival is usually celebrated on the last day of Chinese New Year.  This year is all about the roosters, and so eat more chicken!  Check out the drone synch performance of 1,000 drones in Chinese New Year night sky in the video right after the break.  Enjoy!

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Amazing Bezel-less Xiaomi Mi Mix Concept Smartphone

Brand new Xiaomi Mi Mix concept phone promotes a design of nearly complete glass surface smart phone, because the screen is 91.3% screen to body.  2 versions might be available are 4 GB RAM slash 128 GB storage and 6 GB RAM slash 256 GB storage.  Processor is 2.35 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 821 SoC.  It has 16 megapixel rear camera.  Front camera is only 5 megapixel.  Dual sim cards and other prominent features such as USB Type-C port are also featuring by Xiaomi Mi Mix.  The 4 GB RAM slash 128 GB storage is probably going to be around $516.05, and the pricier one is around $589.79.  It seems that the phone is going to be released in China on November 4th of 2016.  Check the design of Xiaomi Mi Mix out in the video right after the break.  Enjoy!

China Uses Robots To Park Cars

Car parking is getting more creative, and especially in country such as China since 1.35 plus billion people are driving more than ever before.  This is why I think country with so many people are going to have to be more creative as the world is moving into the future.  The future when scarcity may be very real.  In this case, car parking spaces in China are scarce, and so China uses robots to manage car parking spaces.  Hopefully these robots are more efficient in time saving and space allocation when it comes to parking cars.  If this car parking system is working out rather well for China, I would love to see it comes to United States.  If nothing else, I like the futuristic aspect of it all.  Check out the video right after the break to see robots park cars in China.

Levitating Bluetooth Speaker Mars Looks Really Cool

I never have had a Bluetooth speaker before, but I wish I’m having Mars after I see how a Bluetooth speaker can levitate so cool.  Now, if they give Mars an AI (artificial intelligence), this should be doubly cool.  Anyhow, check out the coolness of a levitated Bluetooth speaker known as Mars by Crazybaby right after the break.  Enjoy!

China’s Robots To Replace Humans In Factories

Imagine our world is lacking of modern technology, thus labor units would go to the highest bidders.  The manufacturing groups would minimize cost and push their factories to wherever in the world which could offer the lowest labor cost per unit.  What would become of the manufacture industry if such a world would standstill forever?  It wouldn’t change much I assume, and companies would seek out the cheapest labor cost environment to install their factories.  Unfortunately, our real world is full of robots.  This means the future of manufacture industry will eventually exclude the human factor.  China’s manufacture industry is already experiencing the robot invasion.  China is smart though!  China is willing to retain the prowess of the manufacture industry, and so China doesn’t mind how robots would replace humans in factories.  This way China is still able to sell stuffs at bargain prices, pushing costs down, and outcompeting competitors.  Check out how robots have invaded China’s factories in the video right after the break.  Enjoy!