This steel and glass air purifier features a motion sensitive touch control, so you don't have to be touching it with your bacteria, germ laden hands. You can control the speed of this air purifier like a jedi. That's right. With a wave of the hand.
Its called the Sense Air Purifier, and its a collaboration between Blueair and Swedish design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. The device will have all the functionality of air purifiers, but it will also include motion sensing. There's no price attached to it just yet, but it'll probably cost more than your average ordinary air purifier.
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. Read more
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. Read more