Portable Sign Language Translator

Portable Sign Language Translator 

 Krown Sign Language Translator

The Sign Language Translator by Krown does just what its name implies: it takes the words you feed into it and, on its modestly sized touchscreen, plays a video of the proper hand sign. If you type in “happy,” for instance (or one of 3,500 other words), a video – acted out by a decidedly somber, almost creepy older man – plays and in a matter of seconds just about anyone could effectively communicate with the deaf or anyone who relies on sign language.

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CynoCast: Delivers Live Or Pre-Recorded Web Content To Your Customer’s Computer

CynoCast: Delivers Live Or Pre-Recorded Web Content To Your Customer’s Computer 

Featured Invention at the Colorado Inventor Showcase  

CynoCast is a breakthrough technology that allows you to communicate more effectively with your audience by delivering targeted web pages to their computer screen while you narrate. CynoCasts are created using a simple, yet robust, software tool called “Live Dashboard”.
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I-Swarm Project: Robotic Ants May One Day Build On Mars

I-Swarm Project:  Robotic Ants May One Day Build On Mars

I-Swarm Project

Recent discoveries of water and Earth-like soil on Mars have set imaginations running wild that human beings may one day colonize the Red Planet. However, the first inhabitants might not be human in form at all, but rather swarms of tiny robots.   Video after the jump.

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U.S. Military Working On Creating “Thought Helmets”

U.S. Military Working On Creating “Thought Helmets” 

From the “how the hell did we miss this” department comes word that the U.S. military is hard at work creating “thought helmets” for its soldiers. If fully realized, this mind-interfacing piece of gear would allow for what plebeians would call magic, and Arthur C. Clark would call basic telepathy. The “good” news is the Army believes telepathic communication between soldiers in the field is entirely possible, some day. The bad news is that “some day” is decades away for this incredibly ambitious plan-this ain’t no video game controller, folks.

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Lazarus Wine – Braille Bottles

Lazarus Wine - Braille Bottles

 You not only have to judge a wine by how it smells and tastes, but also how it feels

Product labels are an essential part of the whole marketing exercise. Not only do they communicate vital information about the stored item but also help in branding efforts for a company. However, these labels are lost on the blind for obvious reasons.

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Helicopter Robots Collaborate To Work Together

Helicopter Robots Collaborate To Work Together 

For the first time, the Laboratory for Autonomous Flying Robots (awesome, I know) at the Berlin Institute of Technology has used three autonomous helicopters to transport a load together, cooperating without any human intervention. It’s a big step forward for collaborative robots, which many experts believe is the wave of the future.

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Coming Soon, Cars with an Internet Connection

Coming Soon, Cars with an Internet Connection

High speed internet connection coming soon to a car near you

American automobile manufacturer Chrysler has plans to equip its cars with a system that will enable people to surf the internet while driving.

The UConnect Web system is what the company says can bring wireless internet access to cars’ dashboards.

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