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Top 26 robotic innovations in healthcare

August 26th, 2014 at 10:15 am » Comments Off

Brain-operated bionic hand. We are living in a time where the concept of robotic healthcare isn’t as foreign as it might seem.  In regard to healthcare, the surge of innovation is supported by a strong attention to the world of technology and robotics. The evolution of the healthcare market is astonishing. We are becoming more […]



Will new technologies allow us to upgrade our brains in the not-so-distant future?

August 25th, 2014 at 12:21 pm » Comments Off

It wouldn’t be surprising if  the 21st century became known for its expanded understanding of the human brain. From magnetic scans that pinpoint different brain regions to the discovery and treatment of neurological disorders, scientists have demonstrated that the brain is a highly plastic organ capable of learning new things well into the later stages […]



Students should own their educational data: L. Todd Rose

August 24th, 2014 at 8:02 am » Comments Off

Technology can help by giving educators detailed data on students and the ability to customize teaching materials. It may sound logical to Design a textbook or lecture with the average student in mind. But the educational neuroscience professor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, L. Todd Rose, argues that doing so means that the […]



Bird sound used to create beautiful 3D animations

August 23rd, 2014 at 8:42 am » Comments Off

Andy Thomas creates “audio life forms” from bird sounds. The sound of chirping and singing birds can be enough to inspire a feeling of peace and tranquility. Australian multimedia artist Andy Thomas specializes in  creating “audio life forms” and such dulcet tones have inspired something more in him: curiosity about what they might look like as sound-driven […]



The ‘Chairless Chair’ – an exoskeleton that lets you sit anywhere

August 21st, 2014 at 11:16 am » Comments Off

Chairless Chair Noonee, a Zurich-based startup, is looking to change the way production line workers work. Most production line workers are often required to stand for a majority of their shift.  Noonee’s solution is a futuristic exoskeleton that’s simply called the “Chairless Chair.” (Video)    



Project Yerka: The world’s first unstealable bike

August 21st, 2014 at 8:51 am » Comments Off

Engineering students design a bike that cannot be stolen. Three engineering students at Chile’s University of Adolfo Ibáñez have designed a bicycle that cannot be stolen. More than a novel idea, Project Yerka solves a very common problem. This innovative cycle will be a game changer.  (Videos)  



CultLab3D scanner digitally immortalizes invaluable artifacts in 5 minutes

August 20th, 2014 at 12:47 pm » Comments Off

CultLab3D Scanner The Smithsonian opened a virtual museum last year. The Smithsonian X 3D Explorer allows users to take a virtual tour of (and even 3D print) high-definition digital models of artifacts like Lincoln’s life mask or the Wright Brother’s plane. (Video)    



Humans need not apply for most jobs in the future

August 18th, 2014 at 11:34 am » Comments Off

The robots are here. Robots are here now. There is proof of this concept in the amount of working automation in labs and warehouses right now. The video below combines two thoughts that reach an alarming conclusion: “Technology gets better, cheaper, and faster at a rate biology can’t match” + “Economics always wins” = “Automation […]



IXION Windowless Jet Concept could be the airplane of the future

August 18th, 2014 at 10:15 am » Comments Off

IXION Windowless Jet Concept It depends on what you think about the IXION Windowless Jet Concept, it either has no windows, or it has all the windows. Cameras on the exterior of this as-yet-unbuilt jet would provide jaw-dropping 360-degree views of what you would be seeing if your airplane were a transparent glass tube shuttling through the […]



A swarm of 1,000 mini-robots assemble into shapes (Video)

August 16th, 2014 at 8:25 am » Comments Off

Kilobots Mike Rubenstein of Harvard University and his colleagues have created the world’s largest robotic swarm using small, simple bots. For the first time, an army of more than 1000 robots has autonomously formed complex 2D shapes like stars or letters of the alphabet. (Video)    



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