How about some minimalistic look for your watch? Let the hour and minute hand vanish and even the twelve numbers! Now when everything has disappeared from the watch face, how do we ascertain the time? Here comes the o’ clock that achieves this feat using two flat disks with cuts whose positioning determines the hour and the minute.
We all know about smart phones but how about a smart bag that not only holds all your essentials but also acts as an energy reservoir to charge your electronic gadgets. These are NoonSolar bags that are able to collect solar energy which in turn help you recharge your power drained gadgets. You just need to let the bag have some sunlight and you are all set to use the stored energy.
What an engine is to a car, Stethoscope is to a doctor. Docs can’t simply live without it. So here’s a good news for the docs…a new Stethoscope has been released by 3M that can even record and analyze a heart beat! Called the Littmann Electronic Stethoscope, the device relies on Bluetooth technology for wireless communications.
Solar energy has found its way even in toys. Looks like the widespread acceptance of the technology is taking over the world. Well that’s good news. So check out the 6-in-1 Solar Robot Kit. The device allows you to construct 6 different robots “which means once you’ve finished making one robot, you can take it apart and turn it into a solar powered boat, windmill, or car and that’s just 3 of them.”
Gigantic showy flowers are being placed at different cities in United States by Toyota as a part of the marketing campaign of its 2010 Toyota Prius. These temporary installations which emphasize the message “Harmony Between Man, Nature and Machine” were placed in Boston’s Prudential Plaza and will be seen in cities like New York, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
MIT has always been the most pioneering place for breakthroughs in technology. Innovation there never ends. Now they have come up with a technology that can fully recharge your electric car in just 10 minutes! This is not a concept, as the technology is actually going to be implemented in the 2010 Mercury Milan shown above.