Emerging Technologies - Global Collaboration - Connected Innovation
Login | Register
Search Innovation Videos:
HomeFor SolversSolver ResourcesContact Us

IdeaConnection: Your Innovation Accelerator

Which solution method fits your innovation model?


Innovation Videos

Seen an interesting innovation video on YouTube?
[SUBMIT IT HERE], and if we like it, we'll post it.

Wearable Intelligence in Healthcare

Wearable Technologies explores the ways Google Glass could one day be used in healthcare in this conceptual video that follows a stroke patient through the different clinical settings.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Bravo Lifts Where Other Cranes Can't

The Bravo lifting device can raise solar panels and other construction materials to the top of a roof without needing a ladder-shaped rail, which allows it function in areas too narrow for standard cranes.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Bridging the Gap Between Ability and Disability

With compassion and humor, Hugh Herr, head of MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group, discusses the coming generation of bionic limbs and how the human body can never truly be broken.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Meruru Finger-Free Contact Lens Tool

The Meruru lets users insert and remove their contact lenses without ever touching the lens with a finger—both simplifying and sanitizing the process.
Leave a comment 1 comment

Starshade Could Make Distant Planet Photography Possible

The starshade, a prototype spacecraft currently under development, will make it easier to study the darker objects in the sky—such as distant planets—by shading the telescope from the bright light of neighboring stars.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Water Harvesting Billboard

A billboard in Lima, Peru—designed to encourage students to pursue studies in engineering—is able to produce about 26 gallons of water a day by capturing and filtering the humidity from the air.
Leave a comment 4 comments

Folding Paper Microscope

As part of his goal to bring new technology to global health, Manu Prakash demonstrates his 50 cent, folding paper microscope, which won a $100,000 grant from the Gates Foundation in 2012 and could help to bring disease research into the field and developing countries.
Leave a comment 1 comment

Imaging Thoughts

Mary Lou Jepsen, an expert on cutting edge displays and , discusses the possibilities of using extremely-high resolution brain scanners to allow a person’s mental images to be digitally displayed—essentially reading the image from the brain.
Leave a comment 1 comment

Giving People a Voice

Rupal Patel discusses the vocaliD project, which uses ‘donor voices’ to give people who rely on synthetic speech their own, unique voice appropriate for age, gender and even personality.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Necklace Projector Puts Emails in the Palm of Your Hand

The Ambient Mobile Pervasive Display projects emails and digital images in front of the user, allowing any almost any surface to function as a screen.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Creating Novel Flying Machines

Professor Leif Ristroph of New York University’s Fluid Dynamics Lab explains how recreating natural methods of moving through both air and water could help up to create new sorts of flying machines.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

The World is One Big Dataset

Dan Berksenstock shares his solution to updating satellite imagery: inexpensive and lightweight satellites able to capture a videostream of lower-quality frames that can then be combined into a single, high-quality image.
Leave a comment 1 comment

Think and Drive Thought-Controlled Van

A group of engineering students from India has used the commercially-available Emotive EEG headset to create the Think and Drive, a concept van that can be controlled by thought, a keyboard or by the conventional manual steering wheel.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

First Fully Transparent Display Screen with Multiple Angles of View

By embedding silver nanoparticles in a sheet of glass, researchers at MIT have created the first fully transparent display screen that can be viewed from different angles.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

RoboSimian Shifts Form to Suit the Task

Designed by the Jet Propulsion Lab for entry into DARPA Robotics Challenge, the four-footed RoboSimian can shift its form to stand on two feet, allowing it to navigate a variety of obstacles and tasks, including opening doors, turning a valve and climbing a ladder.
Leave a comment Leave a comment

Page: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  -  10>  -  31   Next»

Innovation Services

Earn Money Today:

Become a Technology Scout

Become a Problem Solver
Front End of Innovation Conference 2014
Innovation Consultants are invited to represent IdeaConnection's services Wine Fermentation contest
Blog | Sitemap | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | About Us

© 2007-2014 IdeaConnection Ltd. All rights reserved.