Archive | July, 2011

17 Facts You Must Know About DNA [Infographic]

I found this useful infographic at visual.ly on Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Awesome Roundup!

Continue Reading

New CT Scan Application : Reconstruction of Faces of Unidentified Victims

I came across an article in The Washington Post, which highlights the application of CT scan as a method to reconstruct the faces of the unidentified victims in cold cases. Now, isn’t this innovative ?

Continue Reading

Bionic Mouth : A Talking Robot with Mechanical Vocal Organs

A research team at Japan’s Kagawa University has developed a robot that’s able to speak like a human being. This has human-like vocal organs such as artificial vocal chords, a tongue and lips that are made of silicone…

Continue Reading

microOCT : High-Resolution Medical Imaging Technology

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is already well established in medical imaging. Its basically a interferometric method for optical signal acquisition and processing. How about microOCT technology ? Lets explore it…

Continue Reading

World’s First Successful Synthetic Organ Transplant

An international team of surgeons carried out the first successful synthetic transplantation in Sweden. A new trachea, or windpipe, was made from a synthetic scaffold covered with the patient’s own stem cells.

Continue Reading

Measure Instant Heart Rate & Stress Levels using a Photosensor

I just bumped into a video where Azumio Inc. developers demonstrated the the application of photosensor to measure the your heart rate. Just recapitulated the innovation …

Continue Reading

Universal iCard ECG attachment for your iPhone & iPad [Android Update]

Here, are demonstrations by Dr. Albert, showing his new innovation – The Universal iCard ECG for iOS and Android devices.

Continue Reading

The Evolution of Photoshop 1988-2011 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Have you ever wondered where Photoshop hails from? They date back to 1987 where it all started with a program called Display and a man named Thomas Knoll. Have a look at the infographic below to see how the program has evolved to where it is today …

Continue Reading

‘Guide vests’ – Robotic Navigation Aids for the Blind

USC engineers are creating a high-tech aid for blind and partially blind people who have long depended on white canes as their only tool for getting around.

Continue Reading

Color X-ray Technology using a CMOS Image Sensor

A Belgian based high-end image sensor designing company named Caeleste have introduced a new way to realize X-ray imagers based on energy separation. This is called Color X-Rays ….

Continue Reading