Technology

Photorealistic 3D renderings could be used for movies, virtual reality or material design.
by The Optical Society
8:30am
9.22.2017
Technique paves the way for high bit-rate secure long distance quantum communication
by University of the Witwatersrand
7:30am
9.22.2017
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Researchers have created a nano composite smartfoam that can be placed inside of a football helmet and accurately test the impact and power of hits taken.
2:41pm
9.21.2017
A memory cell that does not need external power and has the speed of RAM would be way better than merely energy-efficient memory.
by Sergei Nikitov, Ph.D, Sc.D, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian Academy of Sciences
10:50am
9.21.2017
A group of researchers have enabled drones to fly in a wide range of conditions using an eye-inspired camera that can easily cope with high-speed motion.
by University Of Zurich
10:21am
9.21.2017
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Startup Health Care Originals has created a wearable technology that can identify and alert users to precursor symptoms of asthmatic attacks much earlier.
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4:08pm
9.20.2017
Many devices that are commonly in homes are now vulnerable to threats of malware and other security hacks.
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2:37pm
9.19.2017
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Researchers have developed a method to turn optical data into readable soundwaves.
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10:22am
9.18.2017
The survey was conducted to get an understanding of the current and future market demand for internet of health things solutions.
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2:55pm
9.15.2017
Hyperloop One has awarded 10 winners of the Hyperloop One Global Challenge, identifying the strongest new Hyperloop routes from around the world.
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10:48am
9.15.2017
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BiliScreen uses a smartphone camera, computer vision algorithms and machine learning tools to detect increased bilirubin levels in the white part of the eye.
by University of Washington
2:37pm
9.12.2017
Research demonstrates ability to gather and share data without internet.
by Ben Snedeker , Georgia Tech
3:35pm
9.11.2017
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A new medical tracking device can attach to the skin and send crucial data to a smart phone application.
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3:16pm
9.7.2017
Imagine a medical delivery system that can dissolve in a patient’s body once its mission is complete.
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10:29am
9.7.2017
A new paper is the latest confirmation of Majorana fermions -- a strange quasiparticle at the heart of the next generation of quantum machines.
by University Of Sydney
10:17am
9.7.2017
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A portable allergen detection system—including a keychain analyzer—can detect cross contamination in food before a costly trip to the emergency room.
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3:34pm
9.6.2017
Scientists have invented a new algorithm that enables smartwatches to detect and record your every move, without being told beforehand what to look for.
by University Of Sussex
3:16pm
9.6.2017
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Effectiveness of the app, which measures pressure waveforms of blood flow through the cardiovascular system, demonstrated in clinical trials.
by California Institute Of Technology
2:49pm
9.5.2017
As VR technology has advanced, its use across non-entertainment verticals has rapidly grown.
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3:27pm
8.31.2017
Researchers have developed an immersive virtual reality experience designed specifically for burn victims.
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10:47am
8.31.2017
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GPR is a near surface geophysical method that sends electromagnetic energy into the ground through a transmitting antenna.
by Sarah Lowry and Shawn Patch, Geophysics Specialists and Archaeologists, New South Associates, Inc.
3:14pm
8.30.2017
New process converts biomass waste into useful electronic devices.
by American Institute of Physics
2:34pm
8.29.2017
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Today’s technology has pushed VR even further, and researchers continue to make environments more and more lifelike.
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2:14pm
8.29.2017
A children's hospital is taking a unique approach to reducing a child’s distress during acute painful medical procedures—virtual reality.
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9:18am
8.28.2017
A team is developing six multidisciplinary pilot projects highlighting the potential of VR and AR applications that could be used by NASA in the future.
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9:59am
8.25.2017
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Researchers are looking to insects for insight into the design of artificial surfaces with de-icing, self-cleaning and anti-fogging abilities.
by Lois Yoksoulian, Lois Yoksoulian, University Of Illinois News Bureau
7:15am
8.25.2017
Computer vision and sound experts have demonstrated an innovative home audio concept which enables users to enjoy immersive audio experiences.
by University of Surrey
9:58am
8.24.2017
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The unique optical properties of the ink were achieved by means of europium-doped zirconia.
by ITMO University
1:42pm
8.22.2017
VR is providing intriguing opportunities for companies to create new products.
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8:55am
8.22.2017
A psychologist is using virtual reality tools to help some of her patients who are suffering from PTSD return in a virtual setting to the scene of an accident.
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3:39pm
8.21.2017
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