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The HiRO (Health Integrated Rescue Operations) drone system delivers medical supplies and a Google Glasses system to help guide civilian first responders through the treatment steps.
The Project Nourished company combines virtual reality and molecular gastronomy to allow people to eat any food, “without the regret.”
THK’s lightweight and simplified SEED Solutions components for next-generation robots could help encourage engineers to create their own autonomous robots.
Ford has launched a new vehicle testing facility able to simulate extreme weather, from the desert the arctic.
Ecotricity’s founder Dale Vince explains the company’s Green Gas Mill, which will generate biogas using grass.
The Vinci 3D Smart Headphones are powered by voice recognition and artificial intelligence to offer much more than music.
Researchers have demonstrated a spinal implant that allowed a paralyzed primate to walk again.
Reebok has developed a new Liquid Factory that uses 3D technology and a proprietary liquid to draw shoes in all dimensions.
The Horus device from Eyra uses computer vision and deep learning software to help the visually impaired navigate via audio cues.
Todd Coleman discusses a temporary tattoo that could let doctors monitor patients at home, eliminating the need for a hospital visit.
The ViBand smartwatch accelerometer upgrade can be fitted onto existing smartwatches to enable them to recognize gestures and objects.
The radar-based RadarCat system can identify an object through touch, opening the door to applications from smartphones to recycling centers.
David Camarillo discusses what occurs during a concussion, and how they can be better prevented.
Nanobiotechnologist Oded Shoseyov discusses how biomimicry is driving some of today’s most innovative creations.
The Sewbo robotic arm can sew pieces of clothing using a standard machine—potentially revolutionizing the sewing industry.