This Revolutionary Throw-and-Shoot Camera Drone Will Capture You While Flying Behind You

By |2019-06-16T14:51:53+03:00July 5th, 2015|Categories: Science & Technology|Tags: , |

Meet Lily, the newest tech gadget to combine two rising trends and bring them together in a revolutionary new creation. It's not a bird. It's not a plane. It is a camera drone. Lily can fly, follow the user around, and record them. Its difference from most camera drone gadgets is that it doesn't require manual control from the user, but relies on computer vision technology and GPS to recognize and track the user. Creator Antoine Balaresque states: “We designed it as a camera, and

7 Green Technology Innovations That Will Blow your Mind!

By |2019-06-23T20:50:09+03:00March 12th, 2015|Categories: Environment & Planet, Science & Technology|Tags: , , , |

Green technology is taking a new route in the world of technology. Enthusiastic researchers explore it across the globe to come up with new designs. They have come up with devices that do not require electricity to power them up! Amazing right? These innovations range from using magnetic fields to using photoluminescent stuff. Here are seven incredible green innovations that you will blow your mind. 1. Kinetic Energy Power Source This is a portable device that stores power for you to charge your mobile devices

Blind Man Sees Again After 33 Years, Thanks to Bionic Eye Implant

By |2020-03-23T18:56:11+03:00November 3rd, 2014|Categories: Science & Technology|Tags: , |

There’s a new invention that can restore sight even to those who have been blind for decades. Larry Hester from North Carolina was one of the first patients to receive the new technology, which gave him a chance to see again, after 33 years of blindness. Larry Hester lost his sight in his 30s when he was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease called retinitis pigmentosa. It involves degenerative retinal changes, which lead to the loss of peripheral vision and the so-called night blindness. The disease is hereditary in 60%

Next Generation of Drug-Delivery: Microchips

By |2017-12-07T11:15:09+03:00July 18th, 2014|Categories: Science & Technology|Tags: , |

The idea of creating a microchip to dispense drugs in humans began in the 1990s by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Two of them are now on the Board of the company  MicroCHIPS which is developing such a product. They hope to have it to market in 2017. About the size of a Scrabble tile, the microchip is filled with medications and is programmed to dispense them automatically at exactly the right dose, then implanted under the skin. Adjustments can be made remotely

What If We Could Really See Wi-Fi Signals?

By |2019-04-05T21:33:14+03:00July 13th, 2014|Categories: Science & Technology|Tags: , |

Wi-Fi signals exist. We use them. We associate our smart devices and they warn us whenever some signals are available. Talking about wi-fi, the popular technology that allows devices to exchange data wirelessly and follow the IEEE 802.11 standards, of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Alliance which was set up in order to follow this single template. Where are they, though? We see the router, we see that our devices are connected, but what about their signals? How would the world

Have Mind Control Scientists Found the “Switch” To Turn Off Consciousness?

By |2019-04-20T16:38:20+03:00July 9th, 2014|Categories: Life Hacks, Science & Technology|Tags: , , , |

A vast array of direct mind control techniques are being announced in the wake of investment from the government via the U.S. BRAIN project and Europe’s counterpart the Human Brain Project All told, billions of dollars are being spent to decide what makes us tick and how to change it. We are being given gadgets that create a brain-computer interface, magnetic manipulation via “neural dust,” high-powered lasers, using light beamed from outside the skull, the implanting and erasure of memories, and even the direct uploading

The Rise of Wireless Technology: Hidden Dangers for Human Health

By |2020-03-20T23:20:06+03:00July 7th, 2014|Categories: Health & Wellness, Science & Technology|Tags: , , |

We all know that everyone is using more and more mobile and wireless technology devices. Wifi hotspots are springing up everywhere, Cell Towers are being upgraded, 4G is more powerful and can transmit data quicker and over a longer distance. At home and at work we are surrounded by pulse modulate electromagnetic (EM) fields from wireless devices. You are probably reading this article on a wireless device. But what everyone is forgetting, or conveniently ignoring, is that approximately 1,800 studies have been undertaken over the