An epidermal electronic system (EES) is a discovery that could change the world of electronics forever, blurring the borders between electronics and biology. The team of researchers led by the engineers John Rogers and Todd Coleman have recently developed EES, an electronic circuit fixed on your skin, designed to take input from the movements of your body. When this circuitry is fitted on on a thin, rubber substrate with elastic properties similar to skin, the result is a flexible patch…
X-gate – Earthquake Proof Door by Ying-Hsuan Lee - The X-gate addresses one of the biggest situations faced in the aftermath of an earthquake: entrapment. The X-gate’s design is such that it can be shattered with ease, thus aiding rescue operations. Read more at http://www.yankodesign.com/2014/05/28/in-case-of-emergency-%e2%80%93-break-door/#dYr6gVwAg1yefcei.99
Brilliant! Turn on the app if you feel unsafe and hold your finger on the screen. Once youve arrived at a safe location, enter your code. If your finger leaves the screen without entering the code, law enforcement is notified and your location is traced through the phone. So great for college girls!!
Welch Allyn’s iExaminer Adapter connects an ophthalmoscope — used to detect conditions like retinal detachment or glaucoma — to an iPhone. The iExaminer app on the phone allows users to store the pictures to a patient file or email and print them.