Engineers from the UK's University of Bristol have developed 'TinyLev,' a printed acoustic levitator that can be used to suspend matter in mid-air. The device could be used for blood tests, inspection of insects, and more.
Sony Nextep: Designed by Hiromi Kirik from Japan Developed to be worn as a bracelet, this computer concept is constructed out of a flexible OLED touchscreen. with holographic projector (for screen), & pull-out extra keyboard panels.
Electronic tattoo filled with sensors reads your vitals, reports them wirelessly
Electronic tattoo with sensors reads your vitals, reports them wirelessly. Don't panic, It's temporary. So does this mean the nurse can stop waking a patient in the middle of the flippin night? This is awesome. I need this for hospital stays!