The benefits of e-paper, AKA e-ink, are obvious. It consumes less power, it’s always-on, it won’t break like glass displays do, has wide viewing angle, and it is lightweight and totally sunlight readable – just to name a few. However, enjoying those benefits means giving up on colors, but that’s until now.
If you are having trouble getting a good night sleep all the time like me and prefer not to pop pills, then you may want to take look at the this new wearable sleeping aid called Modius SLEEP.
Planning a rocket launch? Well, if so, then you will need a precision clock because, every 1/100th of a second counts and precision time-telling is precisely what the Mitxela Precision Clock Mk II1/2 has to offer.
Remember the Mini Cheetah, the dog-like robot that made back flips? Well, Biomimetic Robotics Lab at MIT did not stop at one unit. It now has at least 9 units which were tested together recently.
The ideal car would be one that has a bubble top, so drivers could see all round, eliminating any blind spot. But I guess bubble top cars are stuff of fantasy. Something we will only see in The Jetsons. So, making the A-pillar of automobiles invisible is probably our best bet for now.
While some companies opt to bring the supermarket to you and some even went to the extend of eliminating the entire checkout process with a grocery store designed from the ground up, retail technology company Caper, Inc. improves on the current system with tech.
What you see here is the Hero Arm 3D-printed Bionic Arm. It should really be called superhero bionic arm because, it is here to enable freedom for below arm amputees.
We have seen robots that sweep and mop, mow the lawn, clean windows and pools, and if Beetl Robotics have their way, we will be able to add dog poop scooping to the list. Yes. A poop-scooping robot.
Holy mother of… Harry Potter’s Cloak of Invisibility is real! However, there is nothing magical about the invisibility cloak made by Quantum Stealth material by Canadian Hyperstealth Biotechnology.
Forget about Google’s fancy radar, here’s a new kind of interface we want with our phone. OK. Maybe not. What you see here is an artificial skin that, incredibly like real, organic skin, is capable of responding to stroking, pinching, tapping and tickling.