SEABOB F7' underwater jet-ski lets you swim like 007 Daily Mail Engineers have launched an underwater contraption which enables watergoers to 'swim like a dolphin' - similar to the jet used in the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball.
The application combines Google Glass and augmented reality technology to help surgeons during any surgery. The technology will guide them through certain procedures of surgery as well as patient care.
Voilà encore un chouette projet kickstarter qui nous fait des promesses de nouveau contrôleur de jeux. Ce coup ci le joueur va enfiler des fringues du futur qui vont retranscrire en direct dans le jeu ses mouvements. C'est un projet, c'est cher,...
A Sporty Supaheroe-a jaqueta que integra LEDs brancos e vermelhos dentro de um tecido especial para permitir que corredores e ciclistas para ser visto no escuro ganhou um Red Dot Design Award Concept em 2013. Agora eles têm uma campanha Indiegogo para que você possa comprá-lo, juntamente com outra engrenagem legal.
A conversação é alguém perguntando às pessoas o que querem das cidades inteligentes do futuro? Os Conversação cidades futuro, onde a infra-estrutura se adapta às nossas necessidades, oferta são uma perspectiva atraente.
LEDs are already pretty tiny, but they just got a whole lot smaller. Researchers at the University of Washington have built what they say are the "thinnest-possible LEDs" — tiny lights that measure just three atoms thick. "Such thin and foldable LEDs are critical for future portable and integrated electronic devices," Xiaodong Xu, co-author of a paper on the research that was published over the weekend in Nature Nanotechnology, says in a statement. At three atoms thick, the researchers' LEDs are said to be 10 to 20 times thinner than conventional LEDs, opening up a number of potential new uses for them.
Advances in micro- and nanoscale engineering in the medical field have led to the development of various robotic designs that one day will allow a new level of minimally invasive medicine. These micro- and nanorobots will be able to reach a targeted area, provide treatments and therapies for a desired duration, measure the effects and, at the conclusion of the treatment, be removed or degrade without causing adverse effects. Ideally, all these tasks would be automated but they could also be performed under the direct supervision and control of an external user.Several approaches have been explored for the wireless actuation of microrobots. Among these, magnetic fields have been the most widely employed strategy for propulsion because they do not require special environmental properties such as conductivity or transparency (for instance: "Artificial nano swimmers", with a video that shows the controlled motions of particles in a magnetic field).
“ By 2050 robot "brains" based on computers that execute 100 trillion instructions per second will start rivaling human intelligence (Rise of the Robots--The Future of Artificial Intelligence http://t.co/apbbzoIxmP)...”
The close collaboration of Rotterdam-based practices IND and Powerhouse Company for the design of a new 100-m-tall observation and telecommunications tower in Çanakkale, a Turkish city and seaport located on the southern Asian coast of the Hellespont, articulates far-reaching technological and programmatic ambitions.
The tower is planned to operate as a broadcast antenna as well as to engage visitors- taking them on a contemplative journey, allowing them time to ponder as they walk along a raised, looping path that runs through the forest before returning to a hilltop observation deck offering panoramic vistas. Besides its distinctive and aesthetic significance, the tower was conceived with the intention becoming a dynamic public destination, fostering social interactions. The project is all the more interesting as it integrates technologies to a scrupulously context-specific design, respectful of all of the site’s attributes. The architects also harness technological mediums so as to create a heightened architectural experience, appealing the visual and tactile senses.
A European project coordinated by Ikerlan and CIC microGUNE is developing a James Bond-style automated laboratory called "LABoratory skin patches and smart cards based ON FOILs and compatible with a smartphone" (LABONFOIL). Using lab-on-a-chip technology and smart patches to detect a wide variety of substances and diagnose diseases, the goal of the project is to create a cheap, portable laboratory that can interact with smart devices.
The product of 13 partners in 8 countries, the LABONFOIL is designed to be simple, sensitive, fast, and “ultra-low-cost.” It’s an extremely flexible system based on smart cards and patches that connect to a common portable reader either directly or over a wireless network.