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Harvard has reported a breakthrough flat artificial eye just 30 microns in depth which can exceed the capabilities of the human eye. The technology, which builds on so-called metalens technology by adding electrically-controlled flexible muscles, could make a real impact in all manner of optical fields, including those in cameras, telescopes, microscopes, glasses and even virtual reality...Co
In a move that could give a voice to the 300,000 people around the world who have had their larynx removed due to cancer, scientists at the MARCS Institute at Western Sydney University have tested a non-invasive artificial larynx and found it capable of generating a high-quality voice. Unlike existing prosthetics that rely on input from the nerves or muscles of the larynx, the Pneumatic Artif
After a year of development, design firm Moment Factory has successfully realized GRiD, a large-scale, real-life version of Pong. The game uses LiDAR to track player movements, letting teams of two act as paddles on a giant projected game board...Continue Reading Massive game of Pong uses LiDAR to turn human players into paddlesCategory: GamesTags: Game LIDAR Pong
In a remarkable milestone, researchers have grown human eggs from their earliest stages to maturity in a laboratory for the very first time. The achievement offers a future for women at risk of infertility, either through illness or medical treatment, to be able to store immature eggs for later fertilization...Continue Reading Human eggs grown to maturity in the lab for the first timeCategory
squeezing spots is like an addiction and when we're not pimple popping our own we're tackling other people's.The post pimple popping toy cashes in on compulsion by mimicking human flesh appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Adorama's "Through the Lens" is back for another season. This time, the documentary web series is heading north of the border to Canada. The series will spotlight 10 Canadian and Canada-based photographers and go behind the scenes with them to show how they are pushing the boundaries of art and technology. Sal D'Alia, producer of Through the Lens, says of season 5 "The AdoramaTV collectio
promoting netflix's 'altered carbon' show, is the 3D bus stop ad clever or creepy?The post an incubating human creeps out commuters at west hollywood bus stop appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In an interview with Rock Paper Shotgun published today, developer Tomas Sakalauskas shares some lessons learned after publishing Human: Fall Flat. ...
Flexible batteries may not be an entirely new idea, but here's a development with more backbone than most: engineers at Columbia have developed a flexible lithium ion battery shaped much like a human spine. The battery is claimed to offer superior energy density to the flexible prototypes we've seen before...Continue Reading Columbia shows off bendy battery inspired by the human spineCategory
The origin story for modern humans is constantly being revised, but the general gist is that Homo Sapiens first arose several hundred thousand years ago in the area we now call Ethiopia, before migrating out of Africa about 100,000 years ago. Now, a jawbone discovered in a cave in Israel pushes back the date of our African exodus by at least 50,000 years...Continue Reading Oldest human fossil is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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