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Eco Friendly May 11, 2016 posted by

Plant Lamp – LED lighting powered by greenery

We’ve all heard of solar power and maybe you even have a few gadgets the run on it (at the very least, you probably have a calculator sitting around) but have you ever heard of plant power? A team of researchers decided to look into skipping sunlight and draw energy straight from plants and created the Plant Lamp, an LED lamp that runs on the power of plants.


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Plant Lamp – LED lighting powered by greenery
future tech May 2, 2016 posted by

Livia – the wearable that stops monthly cramping

If you’re a female bodied person or know female bodied people then you’re probably aware that once a month once when you reach a certain age, you are treated to a menstrual cycle. For some women, this means super painful cramping. If this sounds like your life, the Livia is the wearable that wants to help end your suffering.


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Livia – the wearable that stops monthly cramping
future tech January 25, 2016 posted by

Silent Partner – the device that promises to solve your snoring problems

Why is snoring so jarring? If you have to sleep near someone who sounds like they’re sawing logs all night, then you’re aware of the issue. The Silent Partner is a new gadget to help with late night loggers. It won’t stop the problem; it just makes it so you can’t hear it.


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Silent Partner – the device that promises to solve your snoring problems
future tech January 6, 2016 posted by

uPeek – the pocket sized microscope for on the go discovery

There’s the world then there’s the tiny world that we can’t see with our eyes. Usually if you want to see what’s going on in that drop of water you have to take samples. Thanks to the advancements in technology, you can now always have a microscope on you. The uPeek is the microscope that that you can carry in your pocket.


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uPeek – the pocket sized microscope for on the go discovery
cool tech November 12, 2015 posted by

Electrically Assisted Enhanced Remineralization – at last, an end to painful dentist visits

Yay, the fear of taking a trip to the dentist could be a thing of the past. Most people are terrified of the dentist’s chair, and quite rightly. All those needles and drills are enough to send even Matt Damon running. But that could all be a thing of the past if Electrically Assisted Enhanced Remineralization, a new dental procedure from Reminova, an offshoot of King’s College in London, takes off. It’s a new non-invasive treatment that helps your tooth…


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Electrically Assisted Enhanced Remineralization – at last, an end to painful dentist visits
future tech August 29, 2015 posted by

Responsive cities of the future that meet our needs

Creative minds are constantly dreaming up amazing, fantastical things. Some of them even make it past the drawing board to help change our lives and lifestyles. Such is the case with CityScope -the city of the future created by innovator Kent Larson. Larson, part of the MIT Media Lab, has created prototypes for such amazing things as City Home, a 200 sq. ft. modern home filled with roboticly enabled furniture that can change configuration at the whim of the urban…


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Responsive cities of the future that meet our needs