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Kitty Tech Keyboard

Kitty Tech Keyboard

Kitty Tech have designed a keyboard which doesn't require a surface to use it on! They have called the technology 'keyboard independant touch typing technology' to simplify things. The Kitty Tech keyboard (shown in the picture on the right) will allow users to input information into a computer system through movement of . . .

Article posted: 22/01/2009          Read full article...

					Lavod - The cheaper way to listen to your music underwater

Lavod - The cheaper way to listen to your music underwater


Thanks to the Lavod MusicTube as well as their range of waterproof mp3 players you no longer have to pay a minimum of 50 to listen to your music underwater. The MusicTube offers great sound quality, sleek and stylish looks (comes complete with a . . .

Article posted: 15/01/2009          Read full article...

Wearable electronic device controller

Wearable electronic device controller

Otherwise known as a wearable remote control, researchers at Engineered Fibre Structures (EFS), a University of Manchester have developed a 'bluetooth glove'. This glove sends multiple bluetooth commands to a computer or machine or any electronic devices/equipment which is bluetooth enabled giving instructions . . .

Article posted: 01/08/2008          Read full article...

										Biotex Clothing to Measure Wearer's Health

Biotex Clothing to Measure Wearer's Health

A Swiss consortium is working on intelligent clothing materials that will analyse the wearer's sweat in order to provide information on the wearer's health. The material incorporates miniature sensors that can detect oxygen and ion levels. It's claimed these could be used to check on recovering . . .

Article posted: 15/04/2008          Read full article...

										Stretchable Silicon will Adapt to Body Contours

Stretchable Silicon will Adapt to Body Contours

As a crystalline material, silicon is inherently rigid but researchers at the University of Illinois have found ways of embedding it in deformable materials that allows flexible and stretchable integrated circuits to be created. Amongst other applications, these can be used for wearable . . .

Article posted: 05/04/2008          Read full article...

Solar Powered Fan & Mosquito Repellant

Solar Powered Fan & Mosquito Repellant

So the sun's uncomfortably hot - why not let it cool you down as well with this neat solar powered fan. The solar panels generate enough electricity to directly power the fan which can be clipped to your hat (assuming you're wearing one) or nearby object. At a mere $10, it won't cost you the earth and might . . .

Article posted: 28/03/2008          Read full article...

Hearing Components' Noise Reducing Earphones

Hearing Components' Noise Reducing Earphones

For those that have difficulty with ambient noise, like aircraft engines or fellow travellers, the Comply NR-10 earphones from 'Hearing Components' offer a favourable 48 decibels of noise reduction. They're based on military technology as used by the US Army and Special Forces and are claimed to block . . .

Article posted: 20/03/2008          Read full article...

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