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Indigo Clean is the bacteria killing light
Innovation

Indigo Clean is the bacteria killing light

July 08, 2015Ultraviolet light is one way of sterilizing objects but of course it isn& 39;t wise to use them in the room with humans as it is harmful. Typically when using ultraviolet light to clean a room, that room has to be cleared out first, but this could be about to change thanks to Indigo Clean.

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Landmine detecting soles can save hundreds of lives in Colombia

February 04, 2014A Bogota based company has come up with an innovative shoe sole that detects and transmits the locations of nearby landmines, thus saving the lives of those heading into the jungles of Colombia. Image Source: Save One Life The sole, which has been developed by Bogota-based Lemur, uses a planar coil placed on a thin conductive material set in the sole to detect nearby metallic objects (read landmines) using electromagnetic waves.
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Peugeot Hybrid Air : A car that runs on air

February 26, 2014Firstly, let& 39;s get one thing straight: There& 39;s no such thing as a truly air powered car. Air requires energy to store energy as it needs to be compressed. However, Peugeot have brought a new hybrid combination to the automotive table by teaming hydraulics with a conventional gasoline engine.
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Free Uncensored Internet from Space

February 26, 2014The & 39;Outernet& 39; project based in New York has set out to launch numerous small satellites into space, also known as CubeSats, to beam free and uncensored internet to the entire world. Even countries with strict internet policies such as China and North Korea, or even remote villages or islands in Africa are set to be able to receive it.
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Robotic Pills to Remove Injections for Diabetes

February 24, 2014Medicine could be changed radically by the modern technology in a couple of years from now on. Few years later we may drink some sort of medical gadgets instead of the current chemical medicaments.This thing may become reality if the invention of Mir Imran passes through successful trials.
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TRON-like Wearable Tech Halo Belt Keeps You Safe at Night

March 21, 20141.24 million people are killed in road accidents annually. That’s a pretty scary amount, considering how many of us enjoy taking nighttime bike rides, runs, or even walks down the street to our favorite deli. Founder and cyclist Vincent Pilot Ng found a deep dissatisfaction in the nighttime safety market, as bike lights and reflective wear just wasn’t optimal enough for full safety.
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Man versus Machine in Ping Pong Showdown.

March 14, 2014It was dubbed the & 39;ultimate man versus machine sports-based face-off.& 39; German table tennis champion Timo Boll went head-to-head against a state of the art lightning fast robot, Agilus, on March 11. Oh and yes you can take a sigh of relief as humans won this round - but only narrowly!
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The LG Pocket Printer Makes Prints on the Go

March 10, 2014Take any SmartPhone image and create a wallet size picture in a mere second with the LG Pocket Printer. This little gadget fits in the palm of your hand and can easily be transported in any pocket. You can be printer ready at any moment; in the office, at school or on the street.This printer is better than your average printer for more reasons than just it’s small size.
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Transparent Coloured Solar Cells

March 10, 2014Imagine a stained glass window in your home that could power your lighting or charge your phone and other devices. That& 39;s the vision of researchers at University of Michigan, who have developed the first semi transparent coloured solar cells. They hope that their invention can go on to be incorporated into the windows of a building, or even billboards and adverts.
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Smart door handles could help to keep germs at bay

March 28, 2014Hospitals are generally associated with making a person better when illness or accident strikes and now the inclusion of a smart door handle could help to keep germs at bay.People can actually become sick in the hospital and the CDC has said that around 1 in 25 patients get an infection during care.
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Living room war winning Apple TV, if they make it

March 22, 2014If Apple wants to beat everyone in the living room wars then this is what they need to come up with: An Apple TV for $99 that packs in all the oomph of the Apple iPhone 5S with a newer and larger remote control, which can double up as a full gamepad, plus a motion joystick like the Nintendo Wiimote.
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Plans to upload the brain of a honeybee into a flying robot by 2015

March 25, 2014It’s every now and again that you hear something that reminds you that today we are in the age of accelerated change and today has been one of those times. Universities in Sheffield and Sussex have just announced that scientists are working on a new project to create the world’s first accurate computer simulation of the brain of a honey bee.
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5 of the weirdest gadgets of 2014 from the CES

April 02, 2014As to expectations the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was very entertaining and it offered the very best when it came to cutting edge innovations. Among tech such as 4k cameras and wearable gadgets came some of the weirdest gadgets that we will see this year, here are five of them:Real size Dalek speakerThe six foot Dalek will be a must for Doctor Who fans and it comes in the shape of a Bluetooth speaker system from Massive Audio.
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Diamond Encrusted Bullet-Proof Dinner Suit

March 23, 2014Suitart, a Swedish company based in Zurich, are offering a diamond encrusted (and not just a few!) bullet-proof suit for men. The suit is rather James Bond-esque; although Bond seems to have the ability to dodge bullets without any bullet proofing. But don& 39;t get your hopes up of feeling like an international spy just yet as the $3.
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Quidditch One Step Closer to Reality with Hoverball

March 19, 2014Harry Potter fans would leap at the chance to play a game of Quidditch and now this dream has come one step closer to a reality with the invention of Hoverball developed by Jun Rekimoto and his team at the University of Tokyo. The invention has merged quadcopter technology with a flexible spherical structure.
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Guide to the new Mercedes F1 Steering Wheel

March 23, 2014You may have wondered why Formula 1 cars have so many buttons on the steering wheel and if you already knew, here& 39;s your chance to check out the steering wheel for the forthcoming season. Mercedes have just revealed their design for the new cars& 39; steering wheels and explained the changes made from previous seasons.
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World's Longest Outdoor Escalator System

April 02, 2014Hong Kong is known for being a tech savvy and advanced city and now, it has the title of the world& 39;s longest outdoor escalator system covering nearly 1 kilometer in distance. The Guinness World Record is found in Mid-levels - a part of the city particularly known for its incorporation of smart technology.
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3-D printed food from German company could be the answer for elderly people

April 12, 2014Biozoon, a company from Germany, has been working on a 3-D printed food extruder that allows them to create dishes that are mouth-watering. They say that the food produced by the seneoPro printer melts in the mouth and is suitable for elderly patients who are suffering from dysphagia; a condition where people cannot swallow solid foods without difficulty.
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Police could use live Google Earth style tech to capture bad guys

April 16, 2014Over in Compton, California, sheriff deputies found thieves were snatching necklaces from women who were taking a walk through the town, they then turned to a high-tech method to tackling crime - live satellite feeds. Ross McNutt, a retired Air Force veteran operates a surveillance company that could offer police a live Google Maps style stream to keep an eye on the streets.
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