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  • Hololens  3D Objects creation and what you can do with it. Microsoft.
  • Cold Fusion TV  What is A. I.?
  • Future Technology   This website is dedicated to talk about techs and gadgets in the future, some of them might still even a concept. Because I think it’s gonna be fun and full of surprise to see what the future might bring to us. And someday we can take a look again at this blog archives and see if it’s come true ?
  • Plastic to Oil   this is a video about a Japanese man who has invented a machine that can turn plastic back into oil. It is a fascinating way to save our planet from CO2 omissions.
  • New Battery :  Furthermore, they say their breakthrough battery is also ultra-fast charging and crazy durable. Unlike the hours some of us might spend charging our phones, their prototype has a charge time of one minute. And it’s able to withstand more than 7,500 charge-discharge cycles without losing its capacity. A typical lithium-ion battery, for comparison, lasts about 1,000 cycles.
  • Mouse In Your Pocket   -We’ve seen plenty of compact PCs in the past, but few as tiny as the Mouse-Box. This new invention from a team of Polish engineers packs a fully-functioning computer into a mouse that you can hold in your hand. All you need to add is a screen and a keyboard and you're ready to start work, get online or launch a presentation. The Mouse-Box is currently at the prototype stage and its makers are looking for funding to bring it to production.
  • New Pee Stick   Scanadu is now in the testing phase with Scanaflo. This is an iPhone-ready urinalysis strip that, with just one pee, knows if you are pregnant, diabetic or have been smoking weed.
  • Tactus Phorm   Overlays Typing Keys on Small Screens
  • The idea behind Be My Eyes is that sometimes people who are visually impaired may need help with simple tasks but can't easily get assistance. The app solves this by creating a platform that connects the two groups via video chat.
  • Circuit   (Video)   Beats out “FitBit”    
  • Police Radar    At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies quietly deployed radars that let them effectively see inside homes, with little notice to the courts or the public.
  • Microsoft Hololens       Reality and imagination become one.
  • Quadrofoil ,  the supercar surfing on water, is a thrilling, sustainable electric watercraft that lets you fly over water! Aerodynamic design, precision engineering, and futuristic look enable it to glide on water and provide an entirely new and thrilling water experience. Its lightweight design and electronic engine make the watercraft silent and has zero emissions, whit a top speed of 20 knots and a range of up to 62 miles on a single charge!Buy it on March ,2015~
  • Honda    Overboard  The magic 
  • Surgery -Past — Future  Ted Talk
  • Liquid Metal   Who could forget the scene in Terminator 2: Judgement Day where the shape-shifting T-1000 reassembles itself from thousands of blobs of molten metal? Researchers from North Carolina State University (NCSU) have taken the first steps to such science fiction becoming reality by developing a way to control the surface tension of liquid metals with the application of very low voltages. This may offer opportunities in a new field of morphing electronic circuits, self-healing electronicsor – one day – maybe even self-assembling terminator-style robots.
  • Renault reveals 235-mpg EOLAB Concept     A few days after Peugeot weighed in with its latest eco-friendly hybrid concept, French countrymate Renault followed suit. Its all-new EOLAB Concept slashes fuel consumption in half when compared to the already efficient Peugeot 208 Hybrid 2L, requiring just 1 liter for 100 km of driving (235 mpg) while puffing out just 22 g/km of CO2 (NEDC cycle)
  • Rockboard   


  • Iron Hand Man  He is just 3 years old and he has a new hand.  Several months back, his grandmother found E-Nable on the Internet and knew that it would change this little boy’s life. What used to cost thousands of dollars can now be made for $50 thanks to 3D printing technology. “As soon as he put it on and was able to close the hand, his face just lit up,” Waikiki said. “I’m not sure if the video, you can hear it on there, but he does say, ‘I can hold my own hand.’” - See more at: http://technabob.com/blog/2014/09/11/prosthetic-iron-man-hand/#sthash.crqUu5Fn.dpuf
  • Pizza Hut  Subconscious Menu
  • 3D Carbon Printed Car    Designed by Michele Anoé, the Strati has a 3D printed body, seats, windshield and support structures, all made of a mix of carbon fiber and plastic. The car will still have conventional parts such as its drivetrain, which is originally for the Renault Twizy. Even still, according to Top Gear the car only has 40 parts, as opposed to an average of 2,000 for traditional vehicles.
  • Fuel from Urine    Four teenage girls figured out a way to use a liter of urine as fuel to get six hours of electricity from their generator. Fourteen-year-olds Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, and Faleke Oluwatoyin, and 15-year-old Bello Eniola displayed their invention this week at Maker Faire Africa in Lagos, Nigeria, an annual event meant to showcase ingenuity.
  • The Thorium Car     Cars that Runs for 100 Years Without Refueling  Published on Nov 12, 2013"If your car was powered by thorium, you would never need to refuel it. The vehicle would burn out long before the chemical did. The thorium would last so long, in fact, it would probably outlive you. That's why a company called Laser Power Systems has created a concept for a thorium-powered car engine. The element is radioactive, and the team uses bits of it to build a laserbeam that heats water, produces steam, and powers an energy-producing turbine.*" Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks discuss.  Supply of Thorium in the world Video
  • Published on May 30, 2014  The SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies program showcases the latest interactive and graphics technologies before they transform the way we live and work. Emerging Technologies presents demonstrations of research from several fields, including displays, input devices, collaborative environments, gaming, computer vision, 
  • DNA Data Storage  The most astounding aspect of this, though, is the ability of DNA molecules to withstand time. Once the data is encoded into DNA molecules, the lifespan of the molecules can be in the millions of years. 
  • Sponge-like structure generates steam using lowest concentration of solar energy yet.  Researchers working at MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering claim to have produced a sponge-like substance that helps convert water to steam using sunlight one-hundredth as bright as that required by conventional steam-producing solar generators. A composite of graphite flakes layered on a bed of carbon foam, the new material is reported to convert as much as 85 percent of received solar energy into steam.
  • Body Dryer  The Body Dryer is sturdy enough to support a 325 lb (170 kg) person and is reportedly capable of drying a damp individual in approximately 30 seconds using compressed, ionized air.
  • Toys   Tim has been collecting amazing toys for over 30 years, and reckons there are now more than 20,000 toys in his collection! This channel is where he shares his toys with the world, demonstrates how they work, and comes up with a few surprises along the way! We normally add a video each week, so if you want to see the latest videos of Tim's toys, then just subscribe to the channel -
  • Hapifork  The washable smart fork is slightly bigger than your usual utensil and uses sensors to record how many bites you take and how quickly you take them. If you shovel in more than a bite every 10 seconds, the fork gently vibrates, reminding you to slow down. It syncs with an online dashboard and accompanying Android or iOS app, allowing you to monitor your eating habits.
  • The Vessyl is a cup that automatically knows what you're drinking, and keeps track of it in real-time. It measures caffeine, calories, fat, protein, sodium, and sugar, and provides an estimation for how much you need to consume in order to achieve peak hydration. It can even identify the exact brand of beverage you're drinking—which means it knows the difference between Coke and Pepsi.
  • iDoctor  YouTube video of things to come in the Health field with your telephone.  Some really cool stuff.
  • Liquid Crystal as a ner lubricant    Thanks to a new lubricant, small gears can run with virtually no friction. Made from liquid crystalline fluid, these lubricants drastically reduce friction and wear.
  • Smart Shirt   The shirt can track biometric data and vital signs including heart rate, breathing rate, breathing volume, movement (including steps and cadence), movement intensity, heart rate variability and calories burned.  The sensors are knitted close to the heart to capture an electrocardiogram (ECG) reading, which deliver heart rate (BPM) and heart rate variability (HRV).Additional sensors on the chest measure respiration rate and balance as well as track activity levels through an accelerometer.Information is immediately relayed from the shirt to a 'black box' controller (pictured).
  • Cardiac cells and gold nano fibers join forces to heal damaged hearts    As with other experimental heart patchesthe idea behind these ones is that they could be surgically placed on damaged areas of the heart, where they would cause normal, beating heart tissue to grow back.
  • Scio   scanned materials or physical objects. Get instant relevant information to your smart phone. Food medicine plants and more.  Gizmag
  •  computer in your future — in 5 Years
  • Google  Welcome to the world through Glass
  • Contact Lens     Moving beyond Glass, Google is working on a smart contact lens that would use tiny chips, sensors and antennas to continuously test diabetics' blood sugar levels and make it easier for them to stay healthy.
  • MicroNeedle Skin Graph Patch   "a new system of keeping skin grafts secured over wound sites."
  • Human stem cells used to repair damaged monkey hearts
  • GlassesOff   app   Human vision is limited by two main factors:
  • The quality of an image captured by the eyes.  The image processing capabilities of the brain as it interprets an image captured by the eyes.  GlassesOff scientists have developed  a proprietary method for improving near vision sharpness, by improving the image processing function in the visual cortex of the brain.


  • Faster Charging Battery  According to the company, their technology would allow you to charge the battery of a Nissan Leaf in 12 minutes instead of four hours
  • Smart Toaster    The Addicted Toaster has a built-in Ethernet port through which it connects to a network of its peers (other smart toasters) via the internet. Through this network, hopeful users can apply to host a toaster, which will be theirs for as long as they keep it happy. The toaster can sense when other toasters in the network are being used by their hosts, which can result feelings of jealousy and contribute to overall discontent.  The toaster demonstrates its unhappiness by moving its lever up and down while making unpleasant noises. If it is really dissatisfied, it will denounce its hosts as unworthy via the toaster network, in which case a courier service will come to whisk it away to a more nurturing household.
  • Wood Foam   Insulating your home may help the environment by lowering your energy usage, but unfortunately the petroleum-based foam that's typically used as insulation isn't all that eco-friendly itself. Researchers at Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, however, have developed a reportedly greener alternative that they claim works just as well – it's foam made from wood
  • Lumo Lift    Over 16,000 units pre-ordered for $1.2 million in the first month.  Device that monitors your upper body posture.
  • Aether Cone Speaker  knows what you want to listen to.
  • Microneedle Skin Graph    patch with an array of cone-shaped microneedles on its underside. Each of those needles has a rigid polystyrene core, covered with a tip made from a plastic that remains rigid when dry, but that swells when wet.
  •  computer in your future — in 5 Year
  • Google -- Welcome to the world through Glass
  • Point Grab
  • Interacting With a Dynamic Shape
  • Smart Things
  • Microsoft’s Vision of the Future
  • Skateboard Mind Control
  • Computer files stored accurately on DNA Scientists have recorded data including Shakespearean sonnets and an MP3 file on strands of DNA, in a breakthrough which would see millions of records stored on a handful of modules rather than computer drives.
  • Splashtop
  • C|Net  The CNET video explains the Google browser extension. The video shows that you can load any text page into chrome and either several words or the whole page will be translated into one of 50 or 60 different languages. As you move your mouse over the foreign-language words it will be read to you in English. Clicking on the word will cause the text to be converted into English.   Chrome Immersion  is a plug-in which installs in your chrome browser.
  • IBM Watson  IBM's vice president of innovation said the following: grossly "A farmer could stand in a field and ask his phone, 'When should I plant my corn?' He would get a reply in seconds, based on location data, historical trends and scientific studies."
  • Technology Blog Blog Educational Technology  Brian Dvorak currently works as an Instructional Technology Specialist with Fresno Unified School District, assisting staff in boosting work efficiency through a variety of technology tools. With a Master of Science degree in Educational and Instructional Technology, Brian carries the skills required to effectively plan, design, and implement technology programs and online learning environments.  He is heavily interested in eLearning, web applications, blogging, and social media.  In addition to this blog, Brian enjoys discovering and sharing cloud/web applications at cloudtrip.com.  Feel free to browse Brian’s various online content and projects contained at his vanity site.
  • Socrative  Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets.  Display Note    Capture the presenter's notes, slides, images and video in real-time and all on your own device.  Annotate  Highlight what is important to you, underline key phrases, mark / tag important items for later review, and send annotations to other connected devices.  Collaborate  Work together in groups of any size and on any device. Share annotations with the presenter and other connected devices. Create and join groups for collaborative learning.  Note Taking  Add written notes, post-its and references to any slide, image and video.  Complete Control  In presenter mode, use your tablet device to present from anywhere in the room, access and control your desktop, create collaborative groups, pass control to other participant's devices and even view the screen of another connected device.  Save your work  Save out presentations, images, files and all your notes to review anywhere, anytime.
  • Geonaute  Taking pictures that are 360⁰.  Really cool.


  • Mycestro  The Next Generation 3D Mouse
  • Ophilia  - Never carry a laptop again with Dell's sub-1-- project Ophelia  It's essentially packing the same components you'd find stuffed inside a tablet. A 1.6GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor powers the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean software, which I found to be reasonably responsive on the 55-inch LG TV I used it with.
  • Lernstift Digital Pen    Currently under development, the Lernstift (German for "learning pen") is powered by Linux and contains €50 to €80 (US$68 to US$109) worth of smartphone electronics in a thermoplastic or aluminum body. It uses motion sensors to trace movements and detect errors. If a mistake is found, the pen vibrates to alert the writer.
  • Livescribe Pen  However, paper and pen usage presents serious limitations in an increasingly digital world. Paper documents are static and difficult to share broadly. Written notes are susceptible to loss and damage. They suffer an inherent lack of connectivity; despite how rich the content on a piece of paper is, it is physically bound and limited. What’s missing is a way to maximize the freedom of expression and rich context afforded by pen and paper while delivering the connectivity, archiving system and “capture” capability of a computer.
  • More Google Glass   
  • Scio    scanned materials or physical objects. Get instant relevant information to your smart phone. Food medicine plants and more.  Gizmag
  • Scientists Grow Primitive Human Kidneys In A Dish  Although the kidneys cannot perform the functions of a fully formed adult kidney, the researchers hope the achievement will someday lead to new ways to treat people suffering from kidney failure.



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