Engineers from Stanford University in California have came up with an amazing idea to cool homes without having to use air conditions. They have designed a material that can do that with reflect the heat back into space. The inventors of this technology hope that this concept could lead to much cheaper and sustainable way of cooling homes/buildings.
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Nowadays, almost every one of us is drinking some pills - some for a disease, some for allergies or simply vitamins or supplements for better health. Following the order and the time in which you need to drink pills sometimes is really hard, but we will soon have a robot who will do it for us.
You feel uncomfortable when someone is peeping in your phone in your bus or anywhere when behind you? How would you feel if you had smart glasses which will only let you, see your screen? A solution to this ‘’problem’’ has been found by a 42 year old Celal Göger from Diyarbakir, Turkey.
Scientists from the University of Oregon made a system that can read people's thoughts through brain scans, and make reconstruction of the character that they had visualized in their head. Here's how it works.
It is often guessed that this company will eventually have some downs instead of ups, but the team of Apple always comes out stronger whenever they are faced with any problems. You have to admit, you can love or hate Apple, but there isn’t some middle. As well goes for the evaluation of the products from this company or in other words they are often based on subjective experience.
If you didn’t know, there is a robot called "The digital nurse" that tries to make the stay in hospitals more pleasant. Humanoid robot Pepper, who last year was introduced in Japan, is now an "employee" in two Belgian hospitals and is already taking care of patients. In one is working at reception and in the other gives directions and leads people across departments.
Mosquitoes like many other insects are attracted to the odor of CO2 that all living and breathing things exhale. Scientists are already familiar with smell, vision and heat to be the key for mosquitoes to find their next meal, but there is a new research where for the first time are described the different roles of all three cues.
Whenever there is a conversation about future, the main topic has always been flying cars. This topic has been discussed since forever but somehow all of that seemed unreal and only existential in our imagination until now. Google and its co-founders are working on all of this to became real and as soon as possible.
Twitter is one of the most popular social networks.There are million of people using this app and that is why, according to a survey conducted by the Rand Corporation and Juniper Networks, Twitter accounts currently worth more on the black market than stolen credit cards.
Philips has introduced a new electric toothbrush which you can connect with your smartphone. It is called Platinum Connected and it comes from the Sonicare FlexCare line. The company claims that this product will have the ability to map your mouth with taking measures of the direction and the angle of the brush.