US-based researchers are using low cost 3D printers to print electronics and cells directly onto a moving human hand.
Posts Categorized: Internet of Things
A new soft robotic steering wheel aims to improve the wellbeing of Gig economy drivers.
A new startup is developing AI software that can analyse and anticipate human reactions for autonomous driving.
A new concept tire uses moss and onboard electronics to reduce urban air pollution.
A financial company has developed proprietary software that provides end-to-end validity of votes using the bitcoin blockchain technology, used recently in Sierra Leone election.
By sharing photos and other visual content, users receive cryptocurrency rewards.
A peer-to-peer platform converts bitcoin into US dollars and uploads them onto a prepaid device that can be used for contactless payments.
Researchers have developed a technique that produces laser induced graphene on food, paving way for edible electronics.
A new pricing system uses deep learning algorithms and real-time data to price produce and reduce food waste.
A new platform helps non-coders develop voice apps designed for use with smart speakers.
A new smart shower minimizes water waste and can connect to other smart devices.
A new smart light improves bicycle safety by alerting road users when a rider is turning, and sending an alert when there is an accident
Spanish fashion retailer is introducing self-service kiosks, which have the ability to hold up to 4,000 packages.
A new multi-instinctive user interface has various displays and adapts to any space by using natural materials.
Designed for use by players of all skill levels, a new device monitors 20 metrics including strokes, footwork and fitness and provides personalized coaching tips.
Clip-on device attaches onto a regular pill sheet and uses patented technology to ensure daily medication is not forgotten.
A new experiential store aims to replicate the best aspects of the online experience by combining technology with luxury retail shopping.
A gesture-controlled device allows users to manipulate their vocals by connecting to their smart phones via an app.
We spoke to Christian Lane, whose brand Smarter has been disrupting kitchen appliances since 2013 and is now moving into a broader conversation around sustainable consumption and food waste reduction.
A new subscription service that works with multiple brands, allows customers to return their cups to any participating store.
New technology reacts in real-time to make pedestrians, cyclists and drivers safer and more aware of each other.
Highly skilled data scientist professionals utilise crowdsourcing platform to help clients make sense of data and complete projects.