Exoskeleton turns wearer into an 85-year-old

April 07, 2016 1 min read


Ever wanted to instantly become 85 years old? No, neither have I, but the benefit of doing so might make you think long and hard about how well you look after your body […]

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Artificial bee brain used for vision system of a drone

April 13, 2015 1 min read


The Green Brain Project is located in Sheffield, England, and it has one key focus: to simulate a functioning honeybee brain in software. Using a mix of neuroscience modeling, decision theory, parallel computing, […]

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Experimental display adjusts itself for glasses-free viewing

July 24, 2014 1 min read


Hate reaching for your glasses every time you need to read something on your phone, tablet, or computer? You may not have to in the future, thanks to a display that corrects itself […]

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Magnet-guided nanorobots could change eye surgery forever

June 29, 2013 1 min read


A "nanobot" designed for minor eye surgery might not look much like a robot, but it has the potential to change the way we perform non-invasive surgeries and make eye surgery safer.

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Google admits Google Glass may be bad for your eyes

May 03, 2013 1 min read

How Glass works

When Nintendo launched the 3DS with its 3D capable upper display, it also came with a warning. Very young gamers shouldn’t use it, and in general all gamers may experience some side effects […]

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