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Graphene Batteries Could Offer 5-Second iPhone Charging

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Researchers at UCLA have discovered a way to make graphene batteries that charge fast, are inexpensively produced, non-toxic, and efficient. The micro-supercapacitors created by Kaner and El-Kady are highly bendable and twistable and will be ideal for future flexible displays, e-paper, and wearable electronics. Graphene batteries sound almost too good to be true. In addition to super fast charging, they don’t have any negative environmental impact. They are biodegradable and even compostable. “We are now looking for industry partners to help us mass-produce our graphene micro-supercapacitors,” Kaner said.
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The WaterBoard - YouTube

“ Promo video for a large, interactive installation that gives the user a chance to play with flowing water without getting wet. The concept, which won an RSA ...”
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neurocam / neurowear

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Touch Board: Interactivity Everywhere

Now anyone can transform touch into sound (and so much more!) with the Touch Board, an easy-to-use Arduino-compatible device.

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giloop's curator insight, November 9, 2013 8:04 AM

A nice project making it easy as arduino to interact with sound. 

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Un plâtre imprimé en 3D ou la fracture avec style • 3D-Makers

Un plâtre imprimé en 3D ou la fracture avec style • 3D-Makers | [Human Computer Interaction] trend | Scoop.it
Finit les plâtres 'puants' et le sac poubelle sous la douche Le designer Jake Evill a fait quelque chose de bien. Quelque chose de vraiment étonnant qui po
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Mycestro™, The Next Generation 3D Mouse

Mycestro™ is a 3D mouse that fits on the index finger and allows you to control your computer with hand gestures and mouse functions.
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Humans With Amplified Intelligence Could Be More Powerful Than AI

Humans With Amplified Intelligence Could Be More Powerful Than AI | [Human Computer Interaction] trend | Scoop.it
With much of our attention focused the rise of advanced artificial intelligence, few consider the potential for radically amplified human intelligence (IA). It's an open question as to which will come first, but a technologically ...
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The audacious plan to end hunger with 3-D printed food

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Anjan Contractor's 3D food printer might evoke visions of the "replicator" popularized in Star Trek, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea.

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Une batterie lithium ion extensible

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Techno folies :
Les chercheurs de deux universités américaines (Northwestern University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ont réussi à...

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'Airwriting' glove lets you text by writing in the air | Digital Trends

'Airwriting' glove lets you text by writing in the air | Digital Trends | [Human Computer Interaction] trend | Scoop.it
Researchers from a German university show off a prototype glove that can be used to translate words spelled on air into actual messages on the computer.
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The Birth Of A Word

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With a near-complete record of life at home over the first two years of my son's life, we were able to pinpoint each time he learned to say a new word.
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PointSwitch powered by PointGrab - YouTube

"PointGrab's PointSwitch solution for Home Environment allows consumers to control home appliances from a distance just by pointing to them. Turn lights or air condition on or off, as well as enable more complex controls such as dimming the lights, partially drawing the shades, or increasing the temperature on the air conditioning. PointSwitch works in full darkness and from wide angles and distances from across the room. The solution can be implemented in mass market home environments, as a new installation or retrofit." For more products using gesture recognition, visit our website: http://www.pointgrab.com
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MetaPro: 15 times the screen of Google Glass - YouTube

http://www.spaceglasses.com The largest augmented reality optics in the world under $100,000, coupled to the most powerful wearable computer. Real time 3D sc...”
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33rd Square | WatsonPaths Shows How AI Will Augment Human ...

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According to IBM's Michael Barborak, it's not human versus machine that will represent how artificial intelligence evolves, but human plus machine taking on challenges together and achieving more than either could do on its own.
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Les meubles IKEA dans votre salon grâce au catalogue en réalité augmentée

Les meubles IKEA dans votre salon grâce au catalogue en réalité augmentée | [Human Computer Interaction] trend | Scoop.it
Le célèbre magasin de meuble suédois, est sur le point de nous proposer pour son futur catalogue 2014 (disponible le 19 août). Et si les ouï-dire sont bons, il devrait être accompa...
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Windows 8.1 will Feature Native Support for 3D Printing - 3D Printing Industry

Windows 8.1 will Feature Native Support for 3D Printing - 3D Printing Industry | [Human Computer Interaction] trend | Scoop.it
Microsoft is equipping the next iteration of its computing standard operating system, Windows 8.1, with a new API: native support for 3D printers.
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Mind Over Mechanics

"In a jaw-dropping feat of engineering, electronics turn a person's thoughts into commands for a robot. Using a brain-computer interface technology pioneered by University of Minnesota biomedical engineering professor Bin He, several young people have learned to use their thoughts to steer a flying robot around a gym, making it turn, rise, dip, and even sail through a ring.

The technology may someday allow people robbed of speech and mobility by neurodegenerative diseases to regain function by controlling artificial limbs, wheelchairs, or other devices. And it's completely noninvasive: Brain waves (EEG) are picked up by the electrodes of an EEG cap on the scalp, not a chip implanted in the brain.

A report on the technology has been published in the Journal of Neural Engineering:http://iopscience.iop.org/1741-2552/10/4/046003/article


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3-D Printing Offers Unlimited Potential for Navy

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By Dr. Lawrence C. Schuette Office of Naval Research, Acting Director of Research For the Navy, one of the Holy Grails (we have quite a few) aboard a ship would...

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ManufacturingStories's curator insight, May 19, 2013 3:30 PM

For the Navy, one of the Holy Grails (we have quite a few) aboard a ship would be a “Star Trek” replicator for replacement parts.

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Lumigrids LED bike projector

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Menno Littel's curator insight, May 25, 2013 7:18 AM

Handig voor de nachtelijke fietsers onder ons. 

Filippo Mazzeo Iorio's curator insight, May 27, 2013 3:52 AM

La voglio!

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Microsoft's 3D computer offers a world for your hands

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This Microsoft Research project is a wild spin on 3D computing. Read this article by Christopher MacManus on CNET.
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Miguel Nicolelis: A monkey that controls a robot with its thoughts. No, really.

"Published on Feb 18, 2013

Can we use our brains to directly control machines -- without requiring a body as the middleman? Miguel Nicolelis talks through an astonishing experiment, in which a clever monkey in the US learns to control a monkey avatar, and then a robot arm in Japan, purely with its thoughts. The research has big implications for quadraplegic people -- and maybe for all of us. (Filmed at TEDMED 2012.)"


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Maquete Eletrônica's curator insight, February 19, 2013 7:18 AM

........."Publicado em 18 de fevereiro de 2013
Podemos usar nossos cérebros para controlar diretamente as máquinas - sem a necessidade de um corpo como o intermediário? Miguel Nicolelis fala através de uma experiência surpreendente, no qual um macaco inteligente em os EUA aprende a controlar um avatar macaco, e em seguida, um braço de robô, no Japão, puramente com os seus pensamentos. A pesquisa tem grandes implicações para as pessoas tetraplégico - e talvez para todos nós. (Filmado em TEDMED 2012.) "