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University researchers have developed a NFC gas sensor that can tell if meat is spoiled and send smartphone alerts.
Powered by a laser beam, engineers have designed a wireless flying robotic insect.
Smart mirror allows consumers to watch beauty tutorials whilst applying their makeup
Startup’s stress sensor tracks users’ unconscious responses to products and experiences.
Engineers have developed a brain-machine interface device that is small enough to attach to small groups of neurons.
The new system could change the future of manufacturing jobs allowing workers to operate machines from anywhere in the world.
A scent-creating device is thought to be the smallest of its kind and compatible with existing VR headsets.
A wireless ultraviolet LED can sterilize escalator handrails using power from the movement of the handrail.
A streamline movie service is helping Americans with sight and hearing limitations gain access to the latest movies.
Canadian researchers have designed a t-shirt that has respiration sensors that can monitor a user’s breathing rate without any wires and connects to a local radio device.
An electric bus route in Tel Aviv that uses wireless charging technology built into roads.
Smart sensors improve safety on one of India’s most dangerous and deadly highways through sensor technology.
Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits worked with CWS-boco International GmbH to create a smart washroom sensor system for quicker cleaning.
In Canada, entrepreneurs have created a set of headphones that monitors brain activity and trains wearers to concentrate.
A bike that uses a kinetic energy recovery system to charge while cyclists pedal and break, meaning you never have to plug it in.
Wireless camera and connected app prevents waste by alerting users when food expiry dates are near.
Researchers from Bellnix and Saitama University have created an electric bike which can charge wirelessly at an unmanned docking station.
Store device enables shoppers to quickly find what they’re looking for by scanning similar items.