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2 Oct 2014

FingerReader – Scanning and Reading Out Loud

The FingerReader is a wearable device that assists in reading printed text. It is a tool both for visually impaired people that require help with accessing printed text, as well as an aid for language translation. Wearers
23 Sep 2014

Fabricor Stain-proof Apron

An Australian startup company is using a patented nanotechnology to create a ‘hydrophobic’ chef jacket and apron. Fabricor says this means dry, stain-free uniforms at the end of the day. The nanotechnology application works by modifying the
9 Sep 2014

LOOK: Never Lose Your Glasses

Have you ever lost your eyeglasses? If so, you know that it can be stressful (and expensive!) Once you’ve checked the top of your head, they could be anywhere. Sometimes they fall out of your pocket or
4 Sep 2014

The Ultrasonic Levitation Machine

The Ultrasonic Levitation Machine levitates objects in the air. Levitating objects with sound can be done by aiming an ultrasonic sound beam at a reflector. With a little adjustment, the desired standing wave as shown in the
26 Aug 2014

Crystal Clear Solar Panels Could Turn Your iPhone Into an Energy Generator

The idea of a completely transparent solar panel has always been a bit of a dream. Such revolutionary technology would mean that we could turn windows into power generators and build phones with self-charging screens. Well, guess
30 Jul 2014

Food Waste Powered Supermarket

Proving that there’s life beyond the dumpster for wasted food, a U.K. store just became the first in the country to be totally powered by leftovers. The Guardian reports that a Sainsbury’s store in the West Midlands
29 Jul 2014

Solar Cell That Cools Itself

Solar power cells need to stay relatively cool for the sake of both efficiency and longevity, but active cooling (like ventilation) isn’t practical; it’s expensive, and may block the very rays the cells are supposed to collect.
25 Jul 2014

3D Printed Earbud

The fit on earbuds varies wildly, largely because each person’s earlobe is a unique and beautiful snowflake. Okay, maybe not beautiful. But if a pair of earbuds matched the exact shape of your ear, the days of
18 Jul 2014

Vessyl Smart Cup

After seven years of development, engineer Justin Lee created Vessyl, a smart cup that helps people master their health by tracking their liquid intake. The cup has sensors built into the walls that measure the amount of liquid
16 Jul 2014

Wireless-Charging Trousers

Ever wondered how cool it would be if you could charge up your mobile phone by simply placing it in your pocket? Well now you can! British designer, A. Sauvage, has created the first ever pair of
2 Jul 2014

Super Fast Nano Particles Charging

StoreDot’s technology for energy storage can be applied in batteries for mobile devices, providing a sustainable solution that can replace lithium-ion batteries. Due to the size of StoreDot nanodots, the electrode capacitance is increased, resulting in next-generation
26 Jun 2014

House Printing

The 3D printing revolution is almost at the point where there can be a printer in any home. But what about using a printer to build the house itself? The Dutch company DUS Architects is working on