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This sensors only measures 2 square millimeters in length. Researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology have created a tiny sensor that never needs a battery. (via Eidnhoven) Having all these smart devices in our hands – in the field – is convenient, fun, and efficient except when it comes time to recharge the battery. Maybe you don't have enough outlets or maybe you're out and forgot your battery bank at home. We're always looking for faster, better ways of charging up; ...
Sentiri sits on your head and guides you through the environment. Chaotic Moon's Sentiri uses haptic feedback to help guide the visually impaired. (via Chaotic Moon) For years the visually impaired have been relying on service dogs and cans to help them navigate in their daily life. But with all the technology making our phones and refrigerators smarter, isn't it about time for an upgrade? The company Chaotic Moon is working on something that promises to help the visually impaired. Their inv ...
Dr. Phil Kennedy, the ‘father of cyborgs.' Dr. Phil Kennedy is a neurosurgeon who has contributed to mind-controlled technology. Now, he is using his own brain to understand how speech is connected to neural signals in the brain to help ALS sufferers. (via Neuralsignals & MIT) Think you could do this? Dr. Phil Kennedy, a neuroscientist dubbed the ‘father of cyborgs,’ made a self-sacrifice in the name of science and recently shared his findings and experience at the ...
ETwater's Hermitcrab smart irrigation control system. (Left) Functional flow (Right) The actual system. See the attached PDF to this post. (via ETwater) With smart technology infiltrating everything from our televisions to our refrigerators, it's about time lawn care tools get the digital upgrade. Sure, there are different timers out there to set and forget your sprinkler, but with unpredictable weather it becomes less efficient. There's also the chance you'll flat out forget to set the time ...

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