Archive | November, 2011

10+ New Stanford’s Open Classes for Spring 2012 [Free Full Courses]

Its not only the computer science classes, Stanford has also included entrepreneurship courses, starting in Spring 2012. Sign up now ..

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How To Detect Beard Length Using a USB Microscope [VIDEO]

Here is an interesting project from Science Hack Day SF 2011 participant Josh Gourneau — a Beard Detector using a USB Powered Microscope. Now, find out how long your beard hairs are?

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Project Black Mirror: How to control Siri using Electroencephalograms (EEGs)

Unbelievable? Ollie and Josh are working on Project Black Mirror to implement a system which helps Siri to read your mind using brain waves. See the demo videos now…

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Lithoskop: Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy [VIDEO]

LITHOSKOP®, the multifunctional lithotripter by Siemens has a sophisticated design and versatile performance in not only urological applications but also for interventions and orthopedic applications.

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Celebrate ‘National UnFriend Day’ (NUD) on November 17

All those Facebook friends who aren’t actually your friends – it’s time to get rid of them. Jimmy Kimmel declares November 17 as National UnFriend Day.

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Easiest Way to Transform Your iPod Touch into an iPhone

Apple Peel 520 II is a new Chinese equipment that can transform the iPod touch into an iPhone. You can buy it from Peel520.net for just $119.

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The New Speedy 3D X-ray Imaging Systems in Operating Rooms

Fraunhofer researchers are now developing a 3D X-ray system which allows doctors to carry out progress checks and to reduce the risk of complications and follow-up surgery in more complex operations.

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The Ultimate Remote Physiological Monitoring Biosensor Chip

EPIC is a latest biosensor by Plessey Semiconductors which contactlessly measures minute changes in voltage levels of patient’s body. No tapes, wires, gels, and no need to remove clothes also.

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