Have you ever had an instance in your life when you see and hear something intriguing that you would like to look back at and/or reflect upon with better clarity? However, in these instances, you were too slow to bring out your phone or camera or you simply did not have anything to record your experiences. As a result, you were not able to archive the event exactly as it was to share to others and for your own personal collection, a trend that has integrated itself into our culture as a result of the development of technology. An upcoming solution that will aide in our endeavors to capture particular moments in our life is the NeuroCam.
The NeuroCam is a wearable camera system that consists of a headset device that can be attached to an iPhone. The headset technology consist of brainwave sensors that pick up brainwave patterns that fluctuate according to our mental reactions to what we see visually. From these brainwave patterns, the NeuroCam is able to estimate our level of interest on a scale of 0 to 100. If our interest level exceeds 60, the iPhone will automatically begin recording and will put the recorded video in an album to view later. At the moment, the NeuroCam is only a concept model that will be improved upon by it developers. Furthermore,The NeuroCam was also a result of the neurowear project that works with devices that use brainwaves and bio-sensors. The developers of the project hope to be able to create an emotional interface in the future, so that devices and services can be connected to people's individual thoughts and feelings.
Just as it is now, the NeuroCam can already be used for a variety of activities in our lives. The NeuroCam can take how we blog and video blog to the next level. in blogs and video blogs we talk about what interest us and about ideas, events, and problems that affect us and those around us. This technology will allow to take note of things that we think about or take interest of subconsciously. We might see an act of kindness, a video, an image, a person, etc that may yield many thoughts, but that are simply overwhelmed and shoved aside by the constant stream of thoughts about what we need to do at the present time. Thinking more about this, the NeuroCam is simply another way of collection data and information that pertain to us. The data and information that we collect reflects our interests and maybe even our passions. We can use it to learn more about ourselves and to draw inspiration and realizations that can lead to innovation.
We all know what holograms are. They are three-dimensional images formed by the interference of light beams from a laser or other coherent light source, which are projected into midair . Well take a look at this new innovative technology that is similar conceptually, but different mechanically. Basically, Asukanet has created a display device with sensing technology that allows users to interact with images that appear to be suspended in midair. The image is positioned at a certain angle to the display screen that only allows users within the designated area to see what is displayed on the screen. For example, if a person is standing to the right of the user, he or she would not be able see what is on the screen. As a result, the device is adaptable to and useful for security necessitated processes such the transaction of money through ATMs. Having interactions in midair also allows for the device to not be touched; thus, it would prevent fingerprints and other markings from covering the screen. The mechanics behind the technology is the result of a specially developed AI Plate. Unlike the ordinary mirrors that only reflect light, the AI Plate reflects light that passes through the plate twice to form an image a distance away from the plate.
As innovators, this question must be asked: what can we do next? How can Asukanet use what they have now, improve on it, and fit their product into everyday life? Like many other projects of technology and innovation, nothing is simply finished. You have to take into consideration all the factors: the concept, the blueprint, and the uses, so that you can continue innovate and create new things. As of yet, this new form of displaying technology is being tested for selling sushi, for slot machines, and for midair advertisement. In time, the scope of how it can be use surely broaden into other areas of our life.
Darkness is the unknown. In the dark we see nothing, find nothing, know nothing. In darkness the naive Roderigo of Othello was fatally wounded, and in darkness mysteries lie such as the ghost of Hamlet. In fear of darkness, humans have found ways to defeat it from the discovery of fire, to the that of the wax candle, and finally the use of electricity. To this day, we have continually sought to combat darkness whether it be physical darkness or the lack of knowledge itself. Proteq, a company based in the United Kingdoms, have found yet another solution to this constant need.
Known as Starpath, this waterproof photoluminescent coating absorbs light energy during the day and uses that energy to exude an ethereal glow during the night. As a result, Starpath helps illuminate the areas in which it is used on. This material can be applied to pathways and roads through easy spraying methods. Furthermore, the material is non-reflective and contains anti-slip properties. Such innovation is very beneficial for society. Using Starpath would help save money and energy for cities because Starpath would potentially allow for the discontinuation of the need to use street lamps since Starpath would provide enough light for pedestrians and vehicles alike at night. Starpath will also help reduce the number of vehicular accidents with its aforementioned properties by allowing vehicles greater traction of the surfaces where Starpath is applied. To visit the the Proteq website, you can click on the link here: http://www.pro-teqsurfacing.com/home.html.