Transparent Solar Collectors

This completely transparent solar collector may replace conventional glass windows, the screens of smart phones, vehicle glazing and …Continue Reading

Wind Reactive Color-changing Ink

This form of ink is integrated into layers of fabric and reacts to the different fluctuations in the …Continue Reading

Synthetic Leaf

A thin, flexible synthetic leaf made of silk protein and chloroplasts is able to absorb CO2 and sunlight …Continue Reading

Smart Projection Watch

A wristwatch that projects not only dial, but also notifications or updates of Facebook, Twitter, reminder, weather or …Continue Reading

Morphing Skin to Make Super Aerodynamic Future Vehicles

This morphing material uses the alive-looking dimpled on its surface to cut air resistance, thus is able to …Continue Reading

New Material That Hides Objects from Touch

A thin layer of this nano-material will make anything under it from being perceived by your sense of …Continue Reading

A Pen Captures Colors in The World

By using an RGB sensor and a five-color ink cartridge, this pen is able to capture the exact …Continue Reading

Floating Wind Turbines

It is possible to harness the tremendous wind resources offshore by sending some floating wind turbines to the …Continue Reading

Holograms Coming to Smartphones

We see lots of holograms in sci-fi movies, how about they coming to real life, say, to smartphones? …Continue Reading

Solar Roadways

One day solar panels may replace tiles on the roads, generate electricity, light the road with LEDs and …Continue Reading

Fast Running Robot Inspired by Velociraptor

A team at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has created a velociraptor-inspired running robot …Continue Reading

AR Touchscreen Generated by Thermal Touch

This thermal touch tech enables you to interact with the world just like you do your tablet. A …Continue Reading

All Foam Headphones

‘Headfoams’ are world’s first all foam, mono-body set of headphones crafted from a single piece of EVA foam, …Continue Reading

Fiber-like Supercapacitors Could Be Woven into Clothing

By looking into the structures graphene and carbon nanotubes could build, researchers has developed a fiber-like supercapacitor that …Continue Reading

Self-healing Plastic

By giving the man-made material animal-like qualities, researchers have developed a type of plastic that can ‘grow’ material …Continue Reading

Color-Changing Fabric

The textile allows a fabric to change its color based on its surroundings, transform you into a chameleon! …Continue Reading

Drinkable Book

Scientists create this “drinkable book” for a commonweal organization called “Water is Life”. It purifies the collected local …Continue Reading

Cassette Tape That Holds 185TB Data

Sony just developed a new magnetic tape material that holds 185 terabytes worth of data with a kind …Continue Reading

This 3D Printing Tech Enables Objects to “Talk”

Disney’s newly developed 3D-printing technology makes objects that can “talk”, whose “voice” does not emit from a sound-emitting …Continue Reading

An Ergonomic 3D Printing Pen

A small smart, comfortable-to-use 3D printing pen allows you to draw in the air, it is much sleeker …Continue Reading

World’s First Self-cleaning Car

Nissan’s self-cleaning car wears a super-hydrophobic and oleophobic coating developed by UltraTech International. The nano-scale geometric shapes of …Continue Reading

Nimble Micro Robots

Usually it’s hard to manipulate more than one magnetically controlled robots for the interplay of individual magnetic field, …Continue Reading

Wearable Thermo-power Strip

Researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a fiberglass strip that can …Continue Reading

A Compact Consumer 3D Printer

This tiny hollow cubic shaped machine is an easy-to-use and affordable consumer 3D printer that saves the space …Continue Reading

This Kangaroo Robot is Cute!

The German group Festo has been secretly working on a robotic kangaroo for the past two years, emulating …Continue Reading

Solar Powered Cumulus Parasol

A Netherlands-based studio has introduced this unique cumulus parasol that self-inflates in sunshine and self-deflates in dim light …Continue Reading

Edible Water Bottle

“Ooho” is a simple and inexpensive blob-like edible water bottle that could replace the regular plastic packaging. Inspired …Continue Reading

Crystal Clear Putty

Crystal clear putty that one can play with during the break time looks really like liquid glass and …Continue Reading

3D Sketching Pad & Pen

The collaboration of this pad and pen, together with augmented reality glasses enable you to sketch in three …Continue Reading

A Microscopic Sensor Turns Anything into A Camera

Anything and everything around you could be capable of capturing images with the help of this microscopic lens-free …Continue Reading

Fastest Robot in The World

“Not the best in table tennis, but probably the best in robots.” The engineers in KUKA( keller und …Continue Reading

Soft Robotic Fish That Moves Vividly

MIT scientists have made robotic fishes that moves like real thing, with the inspiration of blowing up a …Continue Reading

NANOTIPS for Common Gloves

It is a “nail enamel” integrated with nanotechnology for common gloves which are transformed into styluses when the …Continue Reading

Blink to Change Channels

Designed for quadriplegic patients or people who love to add some magic to their life, it’s a type …Continue Reading

Sugar-fueled Battery

Researchers at Virginia Tech University have found a way to use sweet sugar as the fuel to generate …Continue Reading

Inflatable 3D-printed Flower

Using a soft rubber-like material as the ink of 3D print, a student at Victoria University of Wellington’s …Continue Reading

Implantable Piezoelectric Nano-ribbon Device

Researchers have produced an implantable piezoelectric nano-ribbon device that can generate enough power to run a pacemaker or …Continue Reading

3D-printed Fetus

Often,people watch the images of their unborn babies through black and white ultrasound pictures. However, now they are …Continue Reading

Contact Lens to Detect Glucose Level

Smart sensors and a slim antenna that can detect and calculate glucose level in human tears are clamped …Continue Reading

Micro-windmill Charger

Where there is the wind, there is the power. Researchers in University of Texas Arlington have designed a …Continue Reading

Ultra-thin Silver Nanowire Sensor

A team of North Carolina State University researchers created a clear, bandage-like sensor that could make everything smart. …Continue Reading

Sound Wave Technology that Forces Things Fly in 3D Space

Japanese scientists have invented the very first technology that makes particles fly in 3D space using sound wave. …Continue Reading

Robotic Cube That Can 鈥淲alk鈥

This cube is able to 鈥渨alk鈥 with its jumping up, balancing and controller falling skills thanks to its …Continue Reading

A Shirt That 鈥淎voids鈥 Stains

The built-in hydrophobic nanotechnology in the soft, breathable fabric can help the clothing avoid water based liquids by …Continue Reading

A Simple 3d Scanner for Small Objects

This 3d scanner is simple and cost-effective, by taking pictures of the object on the turntable with two …Continue Reading

3D Printed Spherical Gear System Sculpture

Feature an elaborate network of 64 interlocking gears, the miniature sculpture is the first in a series of …Continue Reading

Portable Tactile Device in Personal Audio

A silent and wearable device that makes you feel the sound anywhere, just attach it to your clothes …Continue Reading

Custom Molded Earphones

Be active as well as listen to music via mobile devices with this custom molded earphones which use …Continue Reading

Tangible Bits

The tangible media group in MIT proposes the concept of Tangible User Interface that is based on physical …Continue Reading

A New Generation of Fabric

It is not always necessary to make textile products out of weaving machine, it could be in this …Continue Reading