Are biodegradable electronics a thing? There is who thinks to save data for millions of years, who instead want to get rid of them as soon as possible. To be precise, they’re hi-tech components very durable and completely biodegradable electronics. The research conducted by the American University of Illinois and
Until recently, GPS tracking systems were used for the control of small animals. Now the GPS challenges even the most dangerous animals. Indeed, it is in an experimental phase the scientific mission of the American non profit association, Ocearch, led by Chris Fischer. During the operation, the sharks are caught,
Did you know that a Samsung Life Diary is being launched. Songs, images, video, texts, movements and everything of personal that can be on our smartphone, captured and shown in a diary self-writing. It’s that the idea behind the patent filed by the Korean giant, Samsung and for which it’s
Access control systems that use the biometric scanner is becoming more and more part of institutions and companies because they allow a high degree of safety and the reduction of physical control procedures. From some days, no badge or card for teachers and staff of the high school “Plinio Seniore”
Place Raider can seem an application created by expert thieves, but it has been studied at Indiana University and developed at the Naval Surface Warfare Center for scientific purposes. It’s a Trojans, PlaceRaider, which, hiding in photo apps similar to Instagram and Hipstamatic, is able to enter in smartphones, take
Dominic Wilcox, british designer, has created a fully functional prototype pair of shoes with a built-in GPS that will guide you home. The name of this extravagant invention is “No Place Like Home” and it’s inspired by the famous novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” in witch the protagonist Dorothy,
Companion of every moment of daily life, the technology doesn’t abandon us even after the death. The idea comes from England by Stephen Nimmo, director of the funeral home “Chester Pearce” di Poole, that he thought to enclose the memory of the dead in Death QR Code (Quick Responses Code).
Its name is NGI, Next Generation Identification, the ultra-fast program that will allows to the FBI to identify in a very short time the americans offenders. How i twill do? It will do by connecting to a database containing photographs, iris scans, fingerprints, voice samples, DNA samples and much more.
After the powerful GPS systems that have improved the use of our smart phones, a dream could became reality. Not days, not weeks, but even months could be the battery life of our phone. Fantasy? No, it’s the product of a made in Italy project that, thanks to the nanotecnology
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is launching a new humanoid robot called Petman that could be used for military or civilian use, in rescue operations, for example. The new robots would not only be able to walk and run, but also to climb stairs, get into a vehicle and