Tag: latest inventions in science
The Kajimoto research group at the University of Electro-Communications is developing a device that simulates the sensation of something passing through your hand. It is proposed to improve the sense... Continue reading "Simulating The Sensation Of An Object Passing Through Your Hands"
David Stockton is the author of this very original concept called Ecowash that represents an eco-friendly way of washing the dishes. The device could be very useful when you go... Continue reading "Device that Does Not Need Electricity To Cleans and Dries Dishes"
Related images(click to enlarge) Moto, was created and developed by LGN Tech Design, a spin-off company that has its origins in a line of research begun in the Laboratorio de... Continue reading "An electric motorcycle is created at Carlos III University of Madrid"
University of Notre Dame astronomer David Bennett is co-author of a new paper describing the discovery of a new class of planets — dark, isolated Jupiter-mass bodies floating alone in... Continue reading "Astronomer Bennett’s team discovers new class of planets"
Chemists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have issued a new certified reference material—a standardized sample backed by NIST—for determining the concentrations of vitamins, minerals and other... Continue reading "Newly improved NIST reference material targets infant formula analysis"
This technology forms a 3D device inside glass in one step, by directing a laser beam onto a hologram. By using this one-step processing technology, not only is processing time... Continue reading "Three-Dimensional Optical Devices"
At PV Expo 2010, called SolarFold and SolarFan. Both products feature a folding design, so they can be easily carried anywhere. SolarFold opens up like a folding screen, and SolarFan... Continue reading "Mobile, foldable solar charging systems-Latest Invention"
Researchers from MIT came up with a Bluetooth-enabled bicycle wheel. Their new invention allows riders to take advantage of the built-in sensors in order to keep track of their friends, fitness and traffic. Dubbed... Continue reading "Bicycle Wheel that Collects and Stores Kinetic Energy"
Saitama University’s Human-Robot Interaction Center is doing R&D on care support robots. This wheelchair, developed by the Center, is a standard wheelchair with a camera and laser sensor attached. It... Continue reading "Robot wheelchair that automatically follows a companion By Saitama University’s Student"
Researchers from Stanford managed to discover that the light that enters our eyes and helps us see can be also used to generate power for electronics implanted into eyes and... Continue reading "Solar-powered Device that Generates Energy for Electronic Contact Lenses"
At PV EXPO 2010, Kyosemi exhibited solar window glass, which generates power using spherical solar cells called Sphelar, developed by Kyosemi. Sphelar are spherical solar cells 1.8 mm in diameter,... Continue reading "Solar window glass using Sphelar spherical solar cells"
Oga, Inc. is developing an ultra-thin, touch sensitive film. This film can be used as an input device for robot touch sensors and game controllers. “For example, this film can... Continue reading "Ultra-thin, touch-sensitive film"
At PV Expo 2011, OS exhibited a retractable solar power system, the GSR-110B. This product was achieved by using retractable technology developed by OS for projector screens, and flexible amorphous... Continue reading "Retractable Mobile Solar Power System"
TheSymbiotic Green Wallis the project of two designers: Kooho Jung and Hayeon Kelly Choi. The concept represents adouble-layered wall systemthat gathers, filters and then allocates rainwater and wastewater. Two layers... Continue reading "Eco-friendly Wall Collects Rainwater and Cleans Air at Construction Site"
A team of Taiwanese researchers discovered that trees emit a luminous reddish glow when gold nanoparticlesare placed on their leaves. Surely using trees instead of street light is an ingenious idea.... Continue reading "Inventors Turn Trees Into Street Lights"
Designed byOmar I. Huerta Cardoso, the light tree represents a new generation of street lamps that make use ofsolar energyduring the day to illuminate at night. The light tree featuresnanotube... Continue reading "Functional and Eco-Friendly Light Tree-Alternative for Streetlamps"
The latest apparatus developed by scientists from the University of Tokyo is a hologram projector that allows a being to blow a hologram with bald hands. Usually it is absurd... Continue reading "Hologram Projector to Help You Feel a Hologram"