(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) Even the most advanced modern prosthetic devices don’t give the user a proper sense of the orientation of their mechanical appendage. This is in contrast to our native arms and legs that we can move quite accurately without having to look at how they’re doing. A major breakthrough has been announced by researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital who managed to create a new neural interface for a patient’s leg that can both send and receive signals from the brain.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) Serious cyclists will often swap back and forth between different tires, depending on the type of riding they plan on doing … and yes, getting those tires on and off of the rims is a hassle. That's why the reTyre system was developed, with its zip-on tire skins.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) Your food may not be smart (yet), but that doesn’t mean your containers can’t be. As part of the continuing quest to ensure that every aspect of our home is somehow connected, we have now been introduced to Smarterware, a new food storage line from Ovie that claims to be the world’s first smart food container.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) Let's face it, selfie sticks are kind of … dorky. They're also limited by the length of the stick. AbleTech's Evo GoCam takes a new approach to shooting selfies, however, with a silicone smartphone case that contains its own removable wireless camera.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) At the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) researchers have developed a smart thread capable of sensing tiny changes of pressure and strain that are placed on it.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) Aside from being clean and punctual, Japanese trains can boast some amazing features. Between stylish interiors, traditional foot baths, art galleries, and the companionship of pop culture icons like Pikachu and Hello Kitty, expecting the unexpected is always a good policy with Japan’s trains.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org)Swedish company, obtained FDA clearance for its IQool Warm System. The device, the name of which seems to be intended to be an oxymoron, can be used to both cool and reheat patients. The company’s first FDA cleared product, the IQool, which looks identical to the newly approved one, is indicated for rapidly cooling the body using pads placed around the head, neck, thighs, and torso.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) On a surface level, the idea of giving your smartphone a nose-like ability to smell sounds kind of gimmicky. But, just like previous gimmicky concepts such as incorporating a camera in your phone or speaking to your computer, the more you think about it the more sense it makes. From detecting rotten or spoiled food to smelling potentially noxious fumes, it’s easy to imagine how such an innovation could turn out to be pretty useful.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org)Fermenting your own vegetables at home is easy when you have the Masontops Complete Mason Jar Fermentation Kit. This nine-piece toolset makes it possible to quickly ferment vegetables whenever you’d like.
(Worldkings.org - Aseanrecords.org) The engineers at Bagel Labs developed the Bagel as a smart tape measure in 2016. Their basic complaint was the idea that users spend too much time trying to read tape measures and that takes away from evaluating and acting on the measurements. The Korean group is back again with PIE, another smart tape measure but geared toward the body.