7 Amazing Future Technological ideas that will Shock you!..This article will help you to appreciate Technology.Read on to discover shocking revelations…
Once upon a time, small hybrid robots made using stem cells from frog embryos can be used to swim around human bodies to specific areas that require medication, or to collect microscopic plastic in the oceans.
“These are new live machines,” said Joshua Bonjard, a computer scientist and robotics expert at the University of Vermont, who was involved in the development of millimeter-scale robots, known as xenobots.Neither they are traditional robot nor animal species. It’s a new class of artifact: a programmable organism. 7 amazing technological ideas in the future that will shock you!
Touch virtual reality
Researchers from Northwestern University have developed still developing a prototype device which goal is to put touch within reach of VR, using a flexible material with a small vibrational components that can be attached to the skin.
The system, known as VR VR, can be beneficial in other situations as well, from a child touching a gesture-transfer screen to a family member elsewhere, to helping people with limb amputations renew their sense of touch.
In games, players can be alerted when there is a hit on the opposite body part of the game character.
The team design features 32 vibratory motors on a 15 cm x 15 cm thin silicone polymer that sticks to the skin without tape or tape and is free of batteries and large wires.
NFC technology – which is used on many smartphones for mobile payment today – is used to transfer data.
Professor John A. says. Rogers, who worked on the project: “The result is a slim, lightweight system that can be used without restrictions indefinitely.” 7 amazing technology ideas in the future that will shock you!
World Scientists are predicting that, technology will eventually find their way into clothing, allowing people with prostheses to wear virtual reality shirts that communicate by touch with their fingertips.
Internet for everyone
It doesn’t look like we live without the internet (otherwise how do you read eazyitech.com?), But only half of the world’s population is still connected. There are many reasons for this, including economic and social reasons, but for some they cannot access the Internet because they have no connection.
The world’s search engine powerhouse,Google is slowly trying to solve the problem with helium balloons in order to move the Internet to inaccessible areas, while Facebook has abandoned plans to do the same with drones, which means companies like Hiber are stealing a march.
They have taken a different approach by launching their own network of small shoe-box-sized satellites into low Earth orbit, which wakes a modem connected to your computer or device when it flies over and delivers your data.
Their satellites orbit around the Earth 16 times a day and are already being used by organizations such as The British Antarctic Survey to provide Internet access to the extreme limits of our planet.
Self-healing ‘living concrete’
Bacterial growth and mineralization in the sand hydrogel structure © Colorado University Boulder / PA
Scientists have developed what they call live concrete using sand, jelly and bacteria.
The researchers said that this building material has a pre-loaded functionality which allows self-healing and more environmentally friendly than concrete – and it is the second most consumed material on earth after water.
A team from the University of Colorado Boulder believes their work paves the way for future building structures that can “heal cracks, absorb dangerous toxins from the air or even glow at it.”
Trains 760 miles per hour. This can speed up your mobility (Hyperloop)
Hate commuting? Imagine, instead, your train wagon rolling into a tunnel at the same speed as a commercial plane. This is the dream of PayPal, Tesla and SpaceX, founder of Elon Musk.
The Hyperloop system will see its passengers “train” passengers at speeds of up to 760 miles per hour through a vacuum tube, driven by compressed air and induction motors. A site has been chosen with the aim of starting operating tests within two years. Once built, the link will carry passengers between San Francisco and Los Angeles in 35 minutes, compared to 7.5 hours by train.
Heart monitoring T-shirt
The wearable sports teams that measure your heart rate are not new, but as many studies have shown, accuracy can vary greatly (especially if you rely on them to calculate calories. In general, this is good if you only want an idea of how difficult it works But for professionals, accuracy is everything.
Using a single lead ECG print in fabric, this new KYMIRA smart shirt will accurately measure your heart rate and upload it to the cloud via Bluetooth. Once there, the algorithms process data to accurately detect irregular heartbeats such as tachycardia and irregular heartbeat, which can prove to save lives.
And athletes are not the only ones to benefit. Mr Tim Brownstone, CEO and Founder of KYMIRA added that, the potential the product offers to athletes and the general public is very amazing,
He said they are envisioning developing more products which can also be use in clinical applications to allow those who may already have heart disease with enough warning of a heart attack.
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