Micro Phone Lens Turns a Phone into a Microscope

Turn your smartphone into a microscope. The Micro Phone Lens allows you to take images at a magnification of 150X using just a smartphone or tablet. The lens attaches to these devices using an adhesive backing and in combination with the slides and sufficient, quality lighting, it allows users to take pictures at a fraction of the cost of a regular microscope. Simply press down the lens on to the camera lens, focus the device, and capture a picture or video. Its features include: 1. O...
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A Look at Intel’s Smart House

The brain of the house is Intel’s new Internet of Things Platform for connecting and controlling smart devices. It basically allows you to control all of a home’s systems from a single tablet app which you can swipe a slider to adjust the thermostat, change the color and brightness of the home’s lighting, and even open the door for a repairman while you’re away. Older non-connected appliances can also be controlled using smart outlets. All of the systems respond to voice control, and the platfor...
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Latest Intuos Tablets Make Creative Dreams Come True

Wacom®, the world leader in pen-based creative tablets, introduced its next generation Intuos® product family to empower and inspire creative enthusiasts. The new range of Intuos Pen & Touch tablets consists of four models: Intuos Art, (for beginners with a passion for creativity), Intuos Comic, (more advanced painting and artistic skill) Intuos Photo (for photo editors who want to try new creative techniques) and Intuos Draw. (For comic and manga enthusiasts). Each model includes free...
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Breathe fresh clean air in a SmartVent home.

SmartVent Evolve is an intelligent tablet based system that lets you control your home’s internal climate. This new system quietly ventilates your home with fresher, drier air, removing condensation and moisture and creating a healthier, more comfortable living environment. It is set to change home ventilation forever. Evolve’s sensor technology can monitor both temperature and humidity to effectively control condensation. This air is passed through a high efficiency filter and introduced int...
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Breakthrough technology for hearing impaired

MotionSavvy is putting forward a device to help the hearing impaired listen and speak. UNI, a sensitive tablet that interprets sign language and turns it into text and audible voice. There are plenty of things to take for granted in this life, and the ability to hear is one of them. MotionSavvy, is building a tablet case that leverages the power of the Leap Motion controller in order to translate American Sign Language into English and vice versa. The entire 6-person team is deaf. Known...
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Nest: The Smart Thermostat

Tony Fadell who invented the iPod and the iPhone has developed a new thermostat called 'Nest'. The slimmer and sleeker Nest Thermostat includes many features, one of which is a bigger, sharper display which saves energy. Nest is a thermostat that utilizes artificial intelligence and learns from manual adjustments. It uses sensors to detect room temperatures and can also know whether a room is occupied or not. It can interact with you directly or communicate with you over the internet throu...
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GEOBEE!: The Intelligent Tablet-Based Game For Children with Learning Disabilities

GeoBee!, a new intelligent, accessible, and affordable tablet game, can provide training for skills for children with learning disabilities. Today, there is a tremendous need for vision support in school and in rehabilitation. Children and adults with developmental and language disorders are constantly looking for tools to help boost their performance. GeoBee! is the flagship game from VisionMechanic, Inc., a new tech technology company led by Dr. Charles Boulet who works on vision and motor ...
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Freespira a new, non-pharmaceutical treatment for panic disorder

A novel non-drug treatment, the Freespira Breathing System, can train individuals with panic disorder to adjust their breathing, reducing the number of panic attack occurrences substantially—all at home. Individuals with panic disorder have a different breathing pattern than others, even during times when they are not having a panic attack. Scientists have proved this difference through research that has shown varying respiration rates and exhaled CO2 levels between those with panic disorder ...
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