Tag: Technology

  • POSCO develops one of the world’s first heat radiating steel plate for LEDs

    When you have to get better and slimmer in the LED segment you better be good. Just what POSCO have proven to be with the development of the world’s first head radiating steel plate. This plate is a great replacement for the aluminum plates currently used to enable the LED lamps to emit light. Steel…

  • RePro3D enables users to “touch” projected 3D images

    RePro3D enables users to “touch”  projected 3D images

    Holographic images have long since projected and have somewhat turned into common-place technology today. However, taking 3D technology and projections systems to a new height, the Keio University unveiled the RePro3D, a system that enables users to literally touch 3D characters floating in midair. Using a mechanically-controlled model environment, a tactile interface and a glasses-free…

  • Suitcase-like gizmo will distinguish baby powder from anthrax

    Suitcase-like gizmo will distinguish baby powder from anthrax

    Even though a lot of technology is directed to beef up security at places like airports, the bad guys can still find a crack and surpass that. Here is something that was built to identify presence of anthrax powder which can be easily mistaken for baby powder. The device here looks like a well fortified…

  • HP to build flexible displays for soldiers to wear on their wrists

    HP to build flexible displays for soldiers to wear on their wrists

    Flexible screens aren’t an alien kind to us anymore. However, it’s the innumerable applications that make these screens worthy of being put to good use. The HP idea here is for screens that can be worn on soldiers’ wrists and be used to transmit data and information. All of this in real time and with…

  • Crime-Fighting QuOD to keep an eye on arsonists and criminals

    Crime-Fighting QuOD to keep an eye on arsonists and criminals

    This ought to work for our friends over at CSI. In real time, we’re not too sure. However, the “Questionable Observer Detector,” or QuOD, is a new crime-fighting tool that can spot an arsonist in a crowd. Currently under development at Notre Dame University, the QuOD can pull out faces of possible suspects when presented…

  • E-Ink technology beautifies beautiful Horodron HD-01 concept watch

    E-Ink technology beautifies beautiful Horodron HD-01 concept watch

    We’ve seen E-Ink making itself an integral part of e-reader and now in its full flourish, we have an exciting and cool watch called the Horodron HD-01. The watch is a concept and has E-Ink all over it with a glossy black metal look that’s embellished with with small chrome parts that add to the…

  • Kinect Tech to touch PCs with PrimeSense and Asus intervention

    Kinect Tech to touch PCs with PrimeSense and Asus intervention

    PrimeSense are known for their contribution to the Microsoft Kinect’s motion sensing technology that has done the world a load of good. What’s new on the platter from them may well be an extreme innovation. With Asus partnering them, PrimeSense is all set to bring the magic of motion sensing to PCs. The motion sensor…

  • Japanese technology called E-Money Band is like havening money on your arm

    Japanese technology called E-Money Band is like havening money on your arm

    We’re always looking for an easier way to carry our money around without actually carrying it around, at least in bills or coins. Sure credit cards are big and your mobile phone is gong to be the next form of paying for stuff without cash or card, but the Japanese have a whole new option.…

  • Electronically Displayed News Headlines Inform Nun’s Prayers

    Electronically Displayed News Headlines Inform Nun’s Prayers

    A piece of technology designed by Interaction Design Studio at Goldsmiths College, the University of London, is transforming the lives of a convent of nuns in York, England. “Goldie” is a 20-foot, T-shaped structure that displays news headlines and allows the nuns to update their prayers, so that they are directed towards the most needy,…

  • Biographical RosettaStone Tablet is the Latest in Morbid Technology

    Biographical RosettaStone Tablet is the Latest in Morbid Technology

    If you feel you can fit your life into 1,000 words and a single photograph, you may wish to invest in a RosettaStone Tablet for when you are gone. The RosettaStone Tablet is fitted onto gravestones and is like a mini-Wikipedia page about the person buried underneath. The post-humus biog is accessible via smartphone, with…