A Nissan Leaf electric car has been modified by Oxford University to become a robotic car controlled by an iPad. The project which it is called “auto drive” enables the car to drive itself for short stretches which could mean a stress free school run for parents or a productive work commute for others.
What could be more exciting than controlling your in-home lighting from your iPad? Yep, you guessed it, controlling you in-home lighting with your voice through the use of Siri. That is now a possibility thanks to developer Brandon Evans who has worked out a way to control the recently launched smart lighting system from Philips.
We have seen quite a few iPhone controlled helicopters appearing over the last few years, but the iHelicopter is taking it to an all new level. The iHelicopter can now launch missiles as it flys as it has two rockets loaded on each side. The range is a reasonably impressive two metres and all you have to do is aim and fire!