An engineering research team has invented a new transistor that could revolutionize thin-film electronic devices.Their findings could open the door to the development of flexible electronic devices with applications as wide-ranging as display technology to medical imaging and renewable energy production.The transistor is easily scaled and has power-handling capabilities at least 10 times greater than … Continue reading Flexible Displays
Hello guys , today let's talk about a detachable cabin on the plane which could be life saving but expensive too. Now, Ukrainian inventor Vladimir Tatarenko has added a new concept plane to the pile: This one has a cabin that detaches from the cockpit when the flight goes belly-up. The idea is that in … Continue reading Could this detachable plane cabin really save lives?
A humanoid robot has been finally brought to life by the people at BRAVE ROBOTICS INC. In Japan. This robot can transform itself into a car that can have 2people in it. This is the first step towards the more likely building sized robots that can transform into some sort of vehicle or so. This … Continue reading HUMANOID
HELLO GUYS, LET'S GET INTO IT NOW. THE ROBOTS THAT ARE BEING WIDELY PRAISED NOW WILL BE ABLE TO GET A SKIN THAT THEY AND WE COULD FEEL. They could also give flexible sensing capabilities to a range of electronic devices. Like human skin, the material is able to sense strain, pressure and temperature.One of the … Continue reading ROBOTS GET TO FEEL NOW
A group of hackers have built a robot that can crack a safe. A team from SparkFun Electronics in Colorado took their robot to the underground hacking convention, Def Con in Las Vegas. They bought a SentrySafe safe the day before the demonstration and opened it onstage Friday. The robot took about 30 minutes to … Continue reading Homemade robot cracks safe in just 30 minutes at Las Vegas hacking convention
Against the backdrop of health care reform and a controversial medical device tax, medical technology companies are focusing more than ever on products that deliver cheaper, faster, more efficient patient care. They are also making inroads with U.S. Food & Drug Administration regulators to re-engineer the complex review and approval process for new medical devices. … Continue reading Top 5 Medical Technology Innovations
In the early days of air travel, planes faced a problem. The tips of their propellers were going faster than the speed of sound, and there was a risk that they could become unstable and rip apart in the air. That left engineers with a question: was it possible for a plane to fly at … Continue reading What happens when you break sound barrier
Scientists have discovered a material that might be science's biggest overachiever. This material, which is a type of a mineral called perovskite, can turn sunlight, heat, and movement into electricity—all at the same time. What a show-off. Cross section of the cell. These were invented in 2009, and since then have been seen as the … Continue reading This can turn any energy into electricity
This is no magic trick—it's the real-life television of the future. Panasonic revealed a TV that is indistinguishable from a clear pane of glass when it's not in use. In a few years, your fancy glass cabinets may double as your big-screen television. Panasonic's TV is totally transparent when it's switched off. We've come a … Continue reading TV TOTALLY INVISIBLE WHEN NOT IN USE!!!!
Hello guys. We know magnets very well and about their applications, uses etc. very well. We have seen various size of magnets in life from , the magnets that we use to play to those magnets which are being used for running the fastest railway network in the world,the maglev trains. Now whats interesting in … Continue reading World’s Smallest Magnet
Hey guys , finally the concept of charging the devices at the distance is being put into research and presented in front of you by Disney. A team of scientists at Disney Research (yes, that Disney), have built a gadget-charging, device-powering room that’s safe for humans, their furniture and décor, if perhaps rather ugly. Researchers … Continue reading Ubiquitous Wireless Charging Room