Google wants to wirelessly load autonomic cars

Autonomous vehicles are intended to be completely maintenance-free, not only for vehicle control systems to which passengers will not have access, but also refueling methods. Google is working on a wireless charging system that will allow the vehicle without the owner’s own power to replenish the battery.

Many automotive companies are working on autonomous vehicle technology and although this type of car will be seen on the road in just a few years, so far the biggest achievements in this field are the concern Google. The online giant has been working on such cars for a few years now, still developing and enhancing new features.

The latest idea from Mountain View’s engineers is the idea of ​​wireless charging vehicles. The idea is that such cars are fully maintenance-free and the role of the passenger is limited to entering and leaving the destination. In order to achieve this objective, a method of charging batteries in the case of electric vehicles, which would take place without the owner of the vehicle, should also be developed.

Google, together with Hevo Power specialists and Momentum Dynamics, is working on a wireless charging system that uses magnetic induction technology. Mountain View’s headquarters will be equipped with experimental chargers to test the new solution.…

The first 8K TV in the fall will hit stores

The 4K standard is gaining momentum, but consumer electronics manufacturers are not going to stop it and are already working on receivers that display 8K images. What’s more, the first one will be on sale by the end of October this year.

The drop in prices of 4K televisions, the announcement of more than 50 titles on the Ultra HD Blu-ray and the launch of about 200 channels by 2020, will make more and more buyers of such receivers. But manufacturers do not intend to subdue the standard Ultra HD and are already announcing 8K TVs. What’s more, the first model will appear later this year.

During the January CES show, Sharp was one of several companies that presented 8K displays and will be one of the first to introduce these products to the market. On October 30th announced the launch of the 85-inch model LV-85001, which will cost 133 thousand dollars. This is not a TV, but a monitor designed for professional use.

The product displays an image at 7680 x 4320 pixels and uses IGZO technology. To watch the material in this quality, all four HDMI inputs should be used to connect to the source of the source, since the data transfer level is sufficient.…