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Oct 10, 2019
High-tech jacket, Sound Shirt, allows deaf people to feel the music in their bodyThe shirt has 16 sensors embedded in its fabric so wearers can feel violins on their arms.
Apr 07, 2019
World Health Day 2019: Technology, analytics are revolutionising healthcare in IndiaNot without its challenges, technological innovations have made leaps in healthcare in the past few years.
Oct 17, 2018
State-of-the-art smell and stress sensors were all the rage at Tokyo Tech fairSharp displayed a kitty litter tray equipped with sensors to measure urine volume and frequency.
Oct 16, 2018
Tesla's Elon Musk to make a new autopilot chip available in about six monthsNew chip to improve the performance of Tesla’s Autopilot between 500 percent and 2000 percent.
Jan 21, 2018
Physicists have developed a sensor-driven ‘skin’ that allows you to control appliances and manipulate objects in AR and VRThe sensors on the electronic skin can also withstand bending, folding and stretching without losing their control functionality.
Jan 16, 2018
DST and Intel launch four new R&D projects for real-time air and water quality monitoringFour new research and development projects for real-time monitoring of air and water quality were launched jointly by Dept of Science and Tech. and Intel.
Jul 24, 2017
UK government announces drone registration; adds new drone code for usersAnnounced on 22 July, a drone weighing in at 250 grams and above will have to be registered from now on.
Jul 21, 2017
Biometric firm Fingerprint Cards will supply sensors for Qualcomm productsThe company made its big breakthrough in 2015 as demand for fingerprint sensors in smartphones and tablets soared, sending its share price up by around 1,600 percent. It shed half its value last year.
Jul 17, 2017
Researchers develop low-cost wireless smart glove to translate sign language into textsThe device, called The Language of Glove, was built for less than USD 100 using stretchable and printable electronics that are inexpensive, commercially available and easy to assemble.
Jul 03, 2017
New Solar powered smart windows can save up to 40 percent of the energy cost in buildingsThe new solar-powered version promises to be inexpensive and easy to apply to existing windows.