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As aerial drones are becoming more commonplace, so are questions about safety; in response, Sergei Lupashin demonstrates the Fotokite: a flying drone camera safely tethered on a leash that could allow photographers and journalists to gather sweeping views with less risk to people and property.Leave a comment
Based on the technology used to monitor astronauts in orbit, the ClearSight system from Edwards offers a minimally invasive way for continuous hemodynamic monitoring, which could have significant benefits for fragile, post-surgery patients.Leave a comment
Joi Ito discusses the benefits of innovation by becoming a "now-ist," a form of bottom-up thinking that does not try to predict the future, but instead takes advantage of observing what's happening around you right now to think quickly and innovate constantly.Leave a comment
Founder and principal of the design firm Patten Studio, James Patten discusses how specialized physical objects could help people interact with computers and software more easily—from streamlining emergency dispatches to conveying emotion during a video chat.Leave a comment
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.4 comments