Researchers have made a smart contact lens that could be used to monitor diabetes and dispense drugs on-demand. The system includes cool-looking eyeglasses that wirelessly power and communicate with the circuit-lined, drug-releasing lens that a patient could wear for up to a month.
Moxi Group, an unknown company in Chongqing China, passed these images of a magical, flexible bracelet smartphone around to the financial news press a couple days ago. However, here’s the fine print: Moxi actually claims to be working on a black-and-white version of this concept, with a color version “by 2018.”
Science fiction from movies is becoming reality. In this case a scene from Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, where IMF agent Milliam Brandt(played by Jeremy Renner), may have you wondering if this technology exists yet. According to a patent that recently surfaced, Samsung may be working on making this a reality soon, with their patent of a smart contact lens.
The OHEA smart bed automatically makes itself three seconds after you get up. In all but 50 seconds, it straightens your pillow and duvet. The company is selling its own bedding to work with the bed, so you won’t be able to use your own. However, it’s just a prototype, and it’s not currently for sale.
Toyohashi University of Technology and Taisei Corp unveiled the first electrical car in the world that will run without a battery. The electric car will receive its charge from an electrified road.
In March, Bank of America (BoA) filed a patent application titled “System and Method for Wire Transfers Using Cryptocurrency .” The application was published on September 17 by the U.S. Patents and Trademarks Office.