Your car knows you are sleepy
It isn’t an common thought to think about car seats being packed with tech, except for heated seats, but now thanks to a UK university the seats are about to get smarter.
Nottingham Trent University has created smart seats which will be able to tell when the driver is getting fatigued at the wheel.
Source: Motor Authority
Image Courtesy of Nottingham Trent University
A Hungarian start-up is trying to give robots the ability to feel – and not in the sense of emotions.
By using silicone and infrared light researchers are allowing robots to sense when pressure changes on small surfaces.
3D printed icecream
The 3D printing revolution has taken a chilling turn this week.
Students from MIT have 3D printed ice cream – understandably the students have to print the icecream in a cool place so it holes its shape.
Source: The Guardian
Google’s moving into surveillance
Google has made the move into looking for more threats on the internet in a bid to make it a safer place.
The tech giant has started Project Zero which will try to reduce the number of web users who are harmed by targeted attacks.
Source: Tech 2
Cat facial recognition
Pet technology has huge potential. This is shown in no better way than this cat feeder which can reconise your cat by its face and track its weight and health.
The moggy mush recogniser is currently raising money as part of a crowd funding campaign and is more than likely to hit its target.