Nokia : Morph Concept
Oct31

Nokia : Morph Concept

Another innovative design concept from Nokia, the morph concept. Featured in The Museum of Modern Art ?Design and The Elastic Mind? exhibition, the Morph concept device is a bridge between highly advanced technologies and their potential benefits to end users. Developed by NRC (Nokia Research Center) in collaboration with the Cambridge Nanoscience Centre (United Kingdom), Morph is a concept phone that will use nanotechnology which enables materials and components that are flexible, stretchable, transparent and remarkably strong and very easy for human to use it for thier purposes. Users should be able to transform their cell phone into different shapes     Morph concept technologies might create fantastic opportunities for mobile devices:  Newly enabled flexible and transparent materials blend more seamlessly with the way we live Devices become self-cleaning and self preserving Transparent electronics offering an entirely new aesthetic dimension Built in solar absorption might charge a device, whilst batteries become smaller, longer lasting and faster to charge Integrated sensors might allow us to learn more about the environment around us, empowering us to make better choices” We probably see this technology by Nokia  another 5-7 years in the future, by using nanotechnology, hopefully can lead to low cost manufacturing solutions and the possibility of integrating complex functionality at a low price and we will be able to buy this future mobile very soon because Nokia Research Team is currently working on this future concept of mobile that will enable human to communicate  with each other and also future mobile for other works in very easy manner.  ...

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LG : Future Mobile With Tremendous Speed  Marvelous Technology
Oct31

LG : Future Mobile With Tremendous Speed Marvelous Technology

Mobile phones are advanced with such a tremendous speed that the marvelous technologies of today will be invalid soon. To feed the mobile industry researches are going on. The mobiles of the future will use such technologies to perform amazing deeds and things that is beyond our thinking for today. Here I am going to envision some of the cell phones of the future. 3G will be invalid soon, because there will be 1-2 GBPS speed connections with very low rentals. To handle huge data flow LG company will set up a large number of mini mobile towers connected with the main data flow via optical cables. Existing electric connection system will also be utilized. So, your future mobile handsets will fetch data more quickly. A future mobile will be a true connection wizard. Outside the company network two cell phones from the near future would connect with each other from a considerable distance. These handsets will also have the capability of sending massages or voice over satellite networks when needed. Very soon LG mobile devises will use Carbon Fiber for shell. The handsets from future will be practically indestructible. These will be shockproof, fireproof and waterproof. The future cellphone will be very light and thin. Some of the handsets will be very odd looking or too small. Many handsets will be worn like...

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Robobee : Device to know about insect’s behavior
Oct31

Robobee : Device to know about insect’s behavior

Harvard University professional’s team is developing the project RoboBees to make flying microrobots capable of operating with joint intelligence in areas including entomology, computing and electrical engineering. This Harvard Robobee Project is funded by the National Science Foundation i.e NSF.     As a result, researchers have been involved in the design of miniature robots powered wirelessly by very small high energy sources including solar powered wings and this has been combined with advances in ultra low power computing and electronic sensors. Scientists and engineers are attempting to re-create the collective behavior of bee colonies. At the heart of this project is an attempt to re-create and build a bee’s nervous system in electronic form.   Configuration & Specifications :- Folding joints: 22 Assembly scaffold folding joints: 115 Total device folding joints: 137 Number of brass pads for “glue” points: 52 Total number of “glue” points: 24 Mass: 90 mg By mass, one U.S. quarter = 63 Harvard Monolithic...

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Upcoming lifestyle without glass is nothing
Oct31

Upcoming lifestyle without glass is nothing

In a mertialistic world we cannot live without our daily necessities. So, the concept of this video’s post features the company’s vision of a future where high tech glass would make our lives simpler and more comfortalbe. With ongoing companion with technologies, highly engineered glass propagated Corning’s vision for the future of glass which is totally based on gadgetry. Corning has now released a sequel to the video called “A Day Made of Glass” which develops the futuristic vision introduced to the world a year ago. Moreover, this video shows glass in the future would not be just glass, it would be a highly sophisticated machine in itself that would allow us to turn virtually ever surface in our homes, vehicles, malls, markets, roads and offices etc into touch enabled displays. This means that we would be able to use handheld tablets to instantly scan and project all kinds of data as well as use it to interact with other glass displays. The glass concept is in the windows of our homes and automobiles that would be intuitive enough to tint itself with a single touch command. Furthermore, the high tech glass would improve the efficiency of photovoltaics and make classrooms more attractive for students or this makes learning as a fun. The most promising technology showcased in this video is the 3D holograph projecting display that would let doctors section off any part of the virtual patient and get a closer look at what’s happening inside them. Watch the video for...

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