Bringing hearing to life with Cochlear Nucleus 7

The world is moving to words connectivity and hearing loss is a hurdle in communication. This hearing aid called the Nucleus 7, by Cochlear, has bridged that gap and has found a solution to the hearing loss problem with a futuristic, fully connected device. The Nucleus 7 Sound Processor features smartphone compatibility and is Cochlear’s smallest and…

Sony Reon Pocket- A Wearable Air Conditioner

Technology has evolved so much over the years that we have a number of tech-savvy devices making our lives easy. But have you ever wondered how to survive the scorching heat while travelling or sitting somewhere with no air conditioner? Sony Reon Pocket is a new device which helps to get relief not only from…

SMART RING

A smart ring is a wearable electronic device with advanced mobile components that combine features of mobile devices with innovative features useful for mobile or handheld use.  Put simply, a smart ring is a ring that’s got some kinda of tech built into it, whether that’s a NFC chip or sensors, like an optical heart rate monitor…

BIONIC LEAF

The Bionic Leaf is a system that uses solar energy to split water molecules and hydrogen-eating bacteria to produce liquid fuels. It is made of a thin sheet of semiconducting silicone with different catalytic materials bonded to its two sides. A layer of bacteria with a cobalt-based catalyst is bonded to the silicon, which splits water into oxygen and hydrogen. The bionic leaf’s artificial photosynthesis is two times better than natural photosynthesis. The device uses solar…

eMacula- The lens of the future

Remember the Google glasses that came out a few years ago? Though it was a working product, it wasn’t very user-friendy. Besides that, it made the wearer look like Cyborg. eMacula is a revolutionary new augmented reality and virtual reality system designed by Innovega. The eMacula is a new generation of eyewear that combines smart…

BIONIC NOSE

Your nose is a super sniffing machine which is able to tell the difference between 4000 to 10,000 different odors. Your nose has about one-hundred million receptors that can bind to a particular odor molecule and transmit signals to your brain and your brain tells you what you have smelt. The electronic nose is a…

Maptic: Navigation for the visually impaired

Navigation can be a potentially unsafe process for the visually impaired in new and unknown environments. And Brunel University graduate Emilios Farrington-Arnas wanted to offer the visually impaired that independence, by giving them a safer way to navigate from place to place through a wearable navigation system- Maptic. Farrington-Arnas designed this device along with many…

BIONIC EYE

In our world about 40 million people are suffering from blindness and about 140 million people are suffering from low vision. If we talk about India, we have the world’s largest numbers of people suffering from blindness. The objective of BIONIC EYE is to restore visual signals to those who are suffering from eye diseases such as retinitis pigmentosa. A…

HeartGuide – Omron Releases First Ever Blood Pressure watch

“Imagine a world without heart attacks or strokes. No, it’s not a dream. It’s our goal. Zero heart attacks. Zero strokes. That’s Generation Zero. It’s a generation not defined by its age but by its desire to live healthier and longer. It’s a new way forward,” says Omron.   According to the World Health Statistics…

PAIN POD

What is a pain pod? pain pod is a biologically body friendly device which ensures drug free relief from pain. This wearable uses advanced micro controlled technology to reduce pain symptoms that may occur in a person’s body. It can be used by a person of any age. In recent times these devices have been…

The Bose Frames

The Bose Frames are a first-of-its-kind wireless headphone sunglasses which works with the Bose audio AR technology. It contains a very small microphone and a button which can be used to communicate with Siri or Google Assistant. Bose released this in 2 styles called ‘Alto’ – an angular look with a larger fit and ‘Rondo’…

The Fitbit for you – 2019 edition

Having a health-tracker is an important wearable for people as it helps them maintain or achieve their fitness goals. With all the wide and stylish range of Fitbits out there, you might be wondering which one would suit your needs the best. This post should help you decide the Fitbit so that you can start…

Wearable Glucose Sensor- No prick; no pain

With a whooping 422 million diabetic patients in this world, are pricking fingers and drawing blood the most efficient ways to constantly keep track of our blood sugar levels? Well, not anymore because researchers have developed an ultra-thin, flexible sensor that could be incorporated into contact lenses or on the backs of watches for real-time…

Unicorn- The ADHD mind reader

Children that suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) essentially have a hard time explaining their situation and the cause of their distraction to the physicians and so often they prescribe medicines to help in counter-acting symptoms and not to better understand the cause of the Agent Unicorn, a unicorn-horn-shaped headpiece for autistic children which…