RFID Chips in Humans

“Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has been in existence for around 50 years now, but very few people are aware of its uses. Planting an RFID chip in humans is just an advancement of this technology. But what is this technology used for, and what are its pros and cons? The usage of RFID chips in Read more

Nuclear Imaging Moves Toward Digital Detector Technology

“Nuclear imaging technology for both single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and positron emission tomography (PET) have made advancements in the past couple years. The main drivers for this have been a movement to digital imaging detectors to improve image quality and address radiation dose concerns, reimbursement and radiotracer supply issues. Other advancements have come Read more

Best Drones for Natural Disaster Response

“Nearly every week there’s a report in the news of another natural disaster somewhere in the world. Last week there was an earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia. Hurricane Michael is currently bearing down on Florida, not even a month after we saw hurricane Florence hit North Carolina with significant damage. The natural response in these Read more

Sentinel IDS Diver Detection Sonar System

“Close the gap in your situational awareness by specifying the world’s most widely deployed underwater intruder detection sonar, Sentinel, to help safeguard your maritime assets. Whether it’s protecting a commercial harbour, naval vessel, private yacht, critical national infrastructure (CNI) facility or waterside residence from the threat of attack, Sentinel is cost-effective, easy to operate and Read more

The Avegant Glyph will change the way you watch movies

“Initially launched as a Kickstarter project in January 2014 which raised a whopping $1.5 million in funding, the Avegant Glyph video headset is now approaching it’s final production model before it hits the market later this year.” SoyaCincau

Beacons Meet WiFi: Cisco Meraki Has Its Eye on Connected Spaces VIDEO

“Bluetooth LE beacons have shifted beyond prototypes and pilots into large-scale distribution. But this shift has brought us bumping up against the downside to a beacon’s elegance and simplicity. Because if a beacon is a relatively simple (and dumb) device, how do you intelligently manage them at scale?” BEEKn

Laurent Millet: Praesentia

“There are many words that can be used to describe the art of Laurent Millet – poetic, imaginary, present, absent, material, immaterial, spacial, flat, philosophical, and they would all be correct. Using many mediums, such as photography, sculpture, drawing and video, Laurent Millet explores the world of his own consciousness….” WideWalls

Impressions: Zagreb & Auto(r) VIDEO

“4th Auto® again gathered in Zagreb some of the world top car designers – from Peter Stevens, designer of mythical McLaren F1, to Carlo Gaino, designer of bizarre Lancia ECV 2. This mass orientated event mission is to promote automotive design. Auto® was packed with various happenings. Panel discussion gathered….” Vimeo

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