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cameraTime freezing camera at 10 trillion frames per second

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INRS professor and ultrafast imaging specialist Jinyang Liang and his colleagues, led by Caltech’s Lihong Wang, have developed what they call T-CUP: the world’s fastest camera, capable of capturing ten trillion (10 13) frames per second. This new camera literally …

appleApple Series 4 watch has powerful ECG capabilities

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Apple Watch Series 4 is capable of generating an ECG similar to a single-lead electrocardiogram. It’s a momentous achievement for a wearable device that can provide critical real-time data for doctors and peace of mind for you. It can detect …

brainOpen Water fMRI will be able to read your mind

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Open Water is creating a portable and cheap MRI. fMRI can predict what words you are thinking of and what images your are thinking. There have been mistakes in published work showing cherry-picking and double counting of MRI data. Below …

agingExosuit to assist elderly mobility will be in stores by end of 2018 in US, Japan and UK

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Seismic is combining clothing and robotics into what they call Powered Clothing™. They aim to get exosuits into stores by the end of 2018 in the US, Japan and the UK. The suit’s ‘electric muscles’, powered by tiny motors, contract …

gadgetProBar helps you train for mobility with loaded and resisted exercise

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The ProBar was developed out of the necessity to help people move again. Training strength, speed and endurance are all important factors in health and fitness, but mobility is the crux. Open hips will make a runner faster; a full …

gadgetWearable solar powered clothing coming in the early 2020s

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A group of Japanese researchers has developed a super-thin organic solar cell that can be heat-printed onto clothes just like a T-shirt design. The cells could be used to power portable devices and wearable tech, eliminating the need to carry …

cameraLens-free FlatScope is world’s tiniest, lightest microscope for biological applications

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Lenses are no longer necessary for some microscopes, according to Rice University engineers developing FlatScope, a thin fluorescent microscope whose abilities promise to surpass those of old-school devices. Above – FlatScope, developed at Rice University, captures three-dimensional data that passes …

gadget20,000 Boring Flamethrowers are soldout and Youtube Hackers show DYI flamethrowers

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Each of the Boring Company flamethrowers costs $600. The 20,000 that have been sold raised $12 million. Flamethrowers sold out — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 1, 2018 All flamethrowers will ship with a complimentary boring fire extinguisher — Elon Musk …

displayVolumetric Display achieves quality moving 3D images that are better than holograms

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Nature – Physicists create Star Wars-style 3D projections — just don’t call them holograms Smalley’s team has taken a different approach — using a technique known as volumetric display — to create moving 3D images that viewers can see from …

commercializationIf you dare – personal Green Goblin like flight up to 90 mph, a mile high for ten minutes

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Zapata’s Flyboard Air EX™ is the next generation of advanced individual mobility. An embedded stability program uses vectored thrust from six small turbine engines to create an intuitive, responsive, and imminently stable flying platform. Engineered for safety, the Flyboard Air …