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A Japanese startup is betting that tiny satellite-driven meteor showers offer high-end entertainment
A new inexpensive device has been developed that can test for infectious diseases with very minimal equipment.
This wearable device uses ultrasound technology to predict when users will need to go to the bathroom.
A new non-alcoholic beer that looks like water but mimics the taste of beer promotes social drinking in the workplace while also lowering social stigma.
A Japanese company has created hybrid chopsticks that use magnets to help those with motor skills issues pick up their food.
A record-shaped cake uses an AR app that allows the consumer to choose a customizable song or message.
Researchers are using AI to help response teams know how to react to volcanic eruptions.
A team of researchers have created a robot that uses a new flying technology and hopes its approach will enable the robot to pick up and drop items in future.
A Japanese media startup runs its newsroom with robots instead of reporters.
A new partnership brings bookable office booths to its busy stations, with users able to book space via an app.
A new typeface incorporates braille into readable Latin and Japanese characters for signage that’s equally readable for all.
Japanese company designs a new system that integrates seawater desalination and sewage recycling to conserve energy.
A new VR experience allows passengers to take an immerse trip abroad in just 110 minutes of simulated flight
An experimental cap collects data that helps predict how drivers want to drive.
A new cruise ship is designed to be one of the world’s greenest and most sustainable modes of transportation.
A new growing method has resulted in a banana with an edible peel and a possible solution to food shortages
A new type of glass has been discovered that can be easily repaired at low temperatures.
A new multi-instinctive user interface has various displays and adapts to any space by using natural materials.
A new paint can be applied to surfaces to protect them from scratches, then peeled off when no longer needed.
Experts believe the sensor could help boost medication compliance, but some argue the process is intrusive.
A new diagnostic system uses machine learning to differentiate between benign and malignant polyps in less than one second.