Capri, the next 3D sensor by the makers of Microsoft Kinect, will bring precise, fast motion tracking to everything—from laptops and TVs to elevators, robots and appliances everywhere. Basically, it will turn everyone into Jedis or wizards, allowing you to casually wave your hand to make machines do whatever you want.
I do love the Swedes. Most of them. Maybe not the couple who drove 400 miles away from their destination because they misspelt its name—typing the industrial city of Carpi instead of the island of Capri—into their GPS.
We bring you pictures from a website that treats cellphones like porn: BengalBoy, the so-called "Bleeding Edge Pimp," shows us what Motorola's two unannounced and unreleased handsets, those two well-rounded baubles nicknamed Capri and Canary, look like when they're nuzzling up next to each other.
Motorola is cashing in on the Razr phenomenon with another thin phone, the one being the Capri. The Capri is going to be a slider that should be similar size as the Slvr. Other sketchy details include quad band support, a camera and TransFlash memory expansion. Kent over at the CNET Alpha blog is speculating that this…