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This micro-light developed at MIT outputs more energy than it takes in. Posting from core77.com
Aurora Dress by CuteCircuit. Posting from fashioningtech.com
The limits that HTC goes through for their finishes. Posting from core77.com
Crazy but true. Could you image having a tattoo that vibrates to give you phone alerts. Posting from foxnews.com
Look at your veins in real time. Posting from medgadget.com
Nice video from the Ted conference by Todd Kuiken. Posting from medgadget.com
Amazing new work in progress technology called Light Field. It allows you to capture images and alter focus after the image has been taken. Check out the vids. Posting from…
An augmented reality nav moves away from the typical GPS nav systems. Posting from engadget.com
Zoosh app by Naratte leverages audio processing technology as an avenue for secure payment system for use on any phone without additional hardware. Posting from technologyreview.com
Interesting article on technology review on monitoring behavior to predict and sense sickness. Posting from technologyreview.com and getdailydata.com
Using smart fabric Any Winters in her AW11 collections shows how different conditions can alter the perceptions on the clothes that you wear. Posting from fashioningtech.com
Using bluetooth version 4 the Dayton can run for up to 1.5 years using a CR2032 coin cell under typical usage conditions (1-hour per day). Posting from nordicsemi.com
Smart application of use where its needed. Posting from medgadget.com
How small do you think an input device can be? Well 1 sq. mm! Posting from core77.com and micropointing.com
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MIT startup Nyx Devices monitors your sleep through analysis of your breathin. Posting from medgadget.com
Mitsubishi creates a giant OLED glode for an exhibition. made up a 96 x 96mm square displays. Posting from engadget.com Here’s a cylindrical display they’ve made.
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The future of the car windscreen.
Andriod is getting into home automation. Interest! i wonder what will develop…. Posting from engadget.com
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Check out this article..some interesting technology collision.
Interesting navigation through flexible displays. Source from Queen’s University humanmedialab.org
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Totally weird but a different approach to the problem of having to wear 3D glasses. Enjoy.
Called the Thermo Mirror. Made by NEC/Avio, it uses an infrared sensor to measure the temperature of a person in front of the mirror up to a 1 foot away.…
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Gotta get me one and try it. Posting via likecool.com
The future is here?
Geek! Posting from slashgear.com
Interesting study into how much solar and wind coverage we need to fulfill the worlds needs….assuming theres money to pay for all of this. Posting from fastcompany.com and landartgenerator.org
This prototype machine uses nylon beads to tumble wash clothes saving 90% less water than current washers. Developed by Xeros it uses less detergent and reduce the need for tumble…