A network of properly calibrated seismic sensors could one day alert us ten seconds to ten minutes before an impending earthquake.
A tiny device that detects nanoscale vibrations that occur inside microscopic beings.
It was made using 3-D printing techniques and comes complete with an advanced Intel chip, sensors and LED lights.
Antennae and sensors can be made invisible to remote inspection.
An array of electronic devices are linked to an onboard computer that vibrates the seat when other cyclists approach from behind.
The new skin can sense a wide variety of data, such as information on temperature, humidity, stretching and pressure.
Edible sensors made out of materials like gelatin do their job and then dissolve in the body.
Ten people will have the chips for a year as part of an experiment to study whether an implant is more useful than a chip embedded in a credit card or a smartphone. Continue reading →
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