And now he needs your help. MIT-educated bioengineer Todd Rider has revealed his anti-viral concept called, 'Double-stranded RNA Activated Caspase Ologomerizer,' aka DRACO. The concept was well received in the science community, and it passed all initial tests and has the makings of becoming one of the most important medical breakthroughs.
The Moxi Group in China is introducing a device that doubles up as a smartphone and a smartwatch. It has a bendable touchscreen that can wrap around a user's wrist. When unraveled, it works like a smartphone.
The luxury industry has invaded the tech world, too. Buying a new tech gadget is expensive enough, but consider getting that iPhone or the tablet computer plated in gold or encrusted with diamonds. Yes, really. If you are rich enough, there’s nothing you can’t buy. So, read ahead for a list of tempting luxury tech gadgets, even if you will probably never buy them:
Called The Pilot System, it was made by the Waverly Labs and allows the wearer to understand several foreign languages in real-time in ear translation. There's even an app that lets you toggle the languages you want to understand. The device can handle French, Spanish, Italian, and English for now. Check it out here.
Google's Cultural Institute might just be better than the Louvre. It's got hundreds of thousands of artifacts you can view online, and they are gigapixel images of famous artworks. Now, they've got a robotic Art Camera that is automating the process of putting them online. Check it out below:
The brain is a complex thing and we're still studying it. But as it turns out, it can act like how hard drives do. According to some new discoveries, our brains can actually delete useless information to make room for other relevant and useful information.