One of the fastest, and most efficient way to grow plants — you know, like carrots, tomatoes, flowers, and cannabis — is hydroponics. The problem that the Average Joe and Jane face, however, is how complicated and time consuming the process can be. It is difficult to balance the nutrients correctly, monitor lighting, and create the ideal conditions for plants to grow and thrive. Luckily for us, the folks at Cloudponics have created the GroBox -a fully automated growing system that allows users to control conditions such as light, humidity, temperature, nutrient control and watering, PH levels and more – all from an app on your phone. With the app, you can set schedules inside the unit, set reminders, adjust […]
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Almost the entire hoteling business can be automated, and apparently, people at GetShop have made it happen! How the system works: It works like this: The guest books a hotel room online. On the day of arrival, the guest receives a code on SMS or email that grants him/her access to the entrance door, the room door and any other predefined door the guest should have access to during the stay. When the check out time comes, the code is rendered useless, and will no longer work on any of the doors. When the cleaning personnel have marked the room as clean, a new code will be sent out to the next guest that is waiting to check in (if […]
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Use your phone to test whether or not food is fresh, how clean the air is, or if a lump is malignant. This has all come a step closer due to a brand new spectrometer that’s so small that it can be integrated easily and cheaply in a smartphone. The little sensor developed at TU Eindhoven is just as precise as the conventional table-top models used in science labs. The researchers present their invention on 20th December in the journal Nature Communications. Spectrometry, the analysis of visible and invisible light, has a vast range of applications. Everything and every tissue has its own ‘footprint’ in terms of light absorption and reflection, and can thus be recognized by spectrometry. However precise […]
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Ever since the dawn of time, humans have been on a relentless mission to invent new ways of making life more comfortable. In the past 20 years, we have seen tremendous advancements in technology. Everywhere you look you find a gadget or app that does so many things that we never thought were possible. The internet has played an enormous role in the advancement of technology by helping people from all around the world share ideas and information at the touch of a button. This access to unlimited information has led to the rise of a breed of visionary inventors who continue to redefine reality with all these fantastic gadgets we see every day. The following are some of the […]
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The Orbiter’s concept was originally released in March 2017 by TEC Accessories on Indiegogo and they started delivering this in September 2017 (just last month). It has enjoyed a meteoric rise since it’s release. We think someone just came up with this idea by accident (we don’t have any proof). Probably they were sitting around in their living room with some strong Neodymium magnets and a metal pinball laying around from some old board games, abandoned crafting projects and a fidget spinner in hand. And a Eureka moment happened! A new “fidgeting device” that is taking over the toy world by storm. The company was able to raise 4 times their target money on the crowdfunding site! Originally, the Orbiter’s […]
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Sirin Labs, the makers of the “luxury” Solarin smartphone, are turning their sights towards the rising blockchain and cryptocurrency trade. They recently announced plans for a series of reasonably priced (comparatively, from their earlier phones) units built on a free blockchain. Sirin Labs, the firm behind that ridiculously priced Android smartphone, now has another phone to share with the world, and in contrast to its $14,000 predecessor, this one is anticipated to be priced at $999 only. Named after scientist Hal Finney, recipient of the world’s first bitcoin transaction, the Finney blockchain smartphone is an open-source, ultra-secure smartphone built on an independent, free blockchain network. It is expected to come with a 256GB internal memory, 8 GB ram, a 16-megapixel camera, a […]
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Sony revealed the latest in video recording technology with their new patent for contact lenses. These patented contact lens are blink powered and are able to record and store video all within the lens! This is amazing since as far as we know there is nothing else like this. Just the thought of such technology could be exciting and yet a bit unnerving at the same time. I could only imagine what it would be like to have the ability to record any moment literally “at the blink of an eye”! Imagine being at a special event with family and friends and have the capability of recording the moment and even take pictures just by blinking. Sony even plans on […]
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