Depending upon where you’re located in the U.S., the ability to access affordable outpatient healthcare is becoming increasingly more challenging. Whether it’s limited clinician availability, expensive insurance premiums, or simply remote locations too difficult for some to access, there needs to be an easier way to provide patients with basic healthcare.
The Federal Consumer Product Safety Act defines a “low-speed electric bicycle” as a two or three-wheeled vehicle with fully operable pedals, a top speed when powered solely by the motor under 20 mph, and an electric motor that produces less than 750 W (1.01 hp). If low-speed street-legal e-Bikes are eclipsing 20 mph without pedal […]
The ability to seamlessly thread digital technology into the fabric of garments has completely revolutionized the wearables industry. From Levi’s integrating Google Jacquard technology into its first smart denim jacket to Ralph Lauren equipping its PoloTech shirt with OMsignal technology, clothing, and apparel manufacturers are beginning to weave state-of-the-art sensors into their products – making […]
From the creator of the Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner, Franklin Robotics has designed a solar powered device that takes the frustration out of manually weeding your home garden. Let’s face it – no one enjoys the labor intensive process of weeding a garden, even if you do have a green thumb. But that’s why Tertill […]
Powered by IBM Watson’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology, Australian start-up Lingmo International has created the first ever translation piece that doesn’t require Bluetooth or WiFi connectivity. Called the Translate One2One, this intuitive earpiece can decipher another language in 3-5 seconds. With a pair of revolutionary translation devices set to hit the market in 2017 (ili […]
With an already impressive $1.4 billion in venture capital funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Google, JPMorgan, Fidelity and Alibaba, the computer vision startup Magic Leap is once again teasing their first product that is “up and running and live.” Poised to disrupt the computing industry, Magic Leap’s is going beyond the world’s of AR/VR […]
On the heels of an already-impressive evolution in 3D printing technology, a Georgia Tech research team is using the Tensegrity method to shape-shift 3D objects from their flattened version to their real-world size. Designed to maximize space on NASA shuttle missions, the team uses hot water at 149-degrees to initiate the transformation from collapsed structure […]
From the Best Gaming Laptops to the Best Gaming Motherboards, the evolution of the industry is at an all-time new high and that means one thing: new disruptive innovation. This time it involves state-of-the-art charging technology and it comes from Logitech – a pioneer in wireless gaming.
Shenzhen-based Omate has recently launched (June 13th, 2017) an innovative consumer technology lab focused on “preventative healthcare and safety-oriented IoT devices.” Omate’s first product on the docket: The Oclean One – a revolutionary sonic toothbrush designed to customize the brushing experience with a full arsenal of cleaning modes, intensities, and power level.