Sony’s drone will make your running more interesting

Five years ago, a drone called Joggobot was being developed by Floyd Mueller and Eberhard Gräther at the RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) in Australia. The drone was designed to make sure you don’t feel alone while jogging or running. Exercising with a partner is better than doing it alone. At times, running alone … Continue reading Sony’s drone will make your running more interesting

NeuraMetrix Will Use Typing Patterns To Detect Parkinson, Dementia Like Neurological Diseases

From past few years, researchers have seen a significant rise in deaths due to neurological disorders. Alzheimer alone is the reason for more than 85,000 deaths in the US every year. A research published in 2007 revealed that more than 1 billion people were suffering neurological or brain disorders – nearly 1/6th population on Earth. … Continue reading NeuraMetrix Will Use Typing Patterns To Detect Parkinson, Dementia Like Neurological Diseases

Samsung’s surgical robots could become the next big thing in medical industry

Since its inception in 2000, Da Vinci Surgical Robot has revolutionized the way surgeries are done. Da Vinci has been used on more than 2 million patients since it got FDA approval and is the only surgical robot that has that kind of record. Robotic surgeries done by Da Vinci have drastically reduced the risk factor. … Continue reading Samsung’s surgical robots could become the next big thing in medical industry

How Adrian Wong, lead engineer of Google Glass, is working on a way to save lives in road accidents

Google’s path to become the biggest internet company (Alphabet now) is filled with several dead or abandoned services the intentions behind the launch of which are still unknown. You might not even have heard of some of these ‘things’ that Google built and left in dust soon after that. Have you noticed that Google have … Continue reading How Adrian Wong, lead engineer of Google Glass, is working on a way to save lives in road accidents

Samsung : Using Smartphones to Detect Cancer and Parkinson

Seven to ten million people worldwide are suffering from the debilitating neurological disease Parkinson, says Parkinson Disease foundation. It is a progressive disease that gets worse over time and kills the nerve cells that generate dopamine – a chemical that sends signal to part of our brain that controls movement. And by the time a … Continue reading Samsung : Using Smartphones to Detect Cancer and Parkinson