Category Archives: Technology

JIBO: The World’s First Interactive Family Robot

By | June 2, 2017

JIBO is the World’s first family robot that can interact and react with its human owners. It is a little pod with a motorized swivel equipped with a two high resolution cameras that can recognize and track faces,capture photos and can enable video calling and fitted with 360 degree Microphones and natural language processing which… Read More »

Naked Filter: Which Filters Water Instantly While Drinking

By | June 2, 2017

Liquidity Nanotech Corporation,a Silicon Valley startup company unveiled a revolutionary nano-tech water filter known as Naked Filter which instantly filters the water,while drinking. Earlier starting at a lab at Stony Brook University the Nano-chemists and engineers spent about 15 years developing the filter,and they hope that it will transform access to clean water around the world.… Read More »

A Computer The Size Of Credit Card Costs $9

By | June 2, 2017

A Californian start-up company the Next Thing is developing a credit card sized computer that costs only $9. The computer chip consists of a 1Ghz processor,512MB of RAM and 4GB storage space and also includes networking technologies such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and connects to the internet and attaches to keyboard and mouse wirelessly.It can… Read More »

DARPA’s Self-guiding Bullet Can Hit Moving Targets

By | June 2, 2017

United States defence agency DARPA (Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency) developed a self-guiding .50-caliber bullet for snipers. Earlier on July 2014 it was conducted live fire tests of the agency’s EXACTO (Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance) program which was designed for snipers to hit the target even when their aim is off. Recently on February 2015… Read More »

MoonWalker: Shoes Makes You Feel Like Walking On A Moon

By | June 2, 2017

A US-based startup has designed gravity defying, ‘out-of-the-world’ footwear equipped with super powerful magnets that simulate the feeling of walking on the Moon. The shoes named ‘20:16 MoonWalker’ contain strategically inserted magnets at the base to create a force field, leaving wearers light on their feet. The shoes rely on N45 neodymium magnets, which are… Read More »

Disney’s Lightweight Robo Can Climb Walls

By | June 1, 2017

Researchers from Disney developed a lightweight remote controlled robot called Vertigo,which was made of 3D printed parts and can climb up walls quickly with agility. The robo was created in collaboration between Disney Research and ETH Zurich,it has four wheels and two tiltable propellers that provide thrust onto the wall. “One pair of wheels is… Read More »