Friday, 01 Apr, 2011 Technology

Top 10 Latest Inventions of March 2011


Best Invention of 2011.

Interactive 3D Holographic Display

Zebra Imaging, a firm that focuses on digitally-mastered, holographic images, in collaboration with DARPA came up with the idea to make a real-time, 360-degree 3D holographic display that shows full-colored three-dimensional images.

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Artificial Leaf that Produces Electricity

A team of scientists from MIT created an "artificial leaf" that is actually a small solar cell able to produce energy that can be used to power homes of poor families living in developing countries.

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Huge Touchscreen Microscope

Researchers at Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM) teamed up with a Multitouch Ltd, accompany based in Finland, to create a large touch and gesture controlled microscope that boasts 1000x zoom.

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Solarball - Device that Cleans Polluted Water

The author of this invention is Jonathan Liow, a Monash University graduate. He wanted to create an eco-friendly water-purification device that would also be cost efficient. The device uses sunlight to clean the 3 liters of water poured in it.

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Lens that Takes Images From 9 Angles At Once

The invention was created by researchers at the Ohio State University. It can take images of an object from 9 different angles simultaneously and combine the collected data to generate one 3D image.

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High-Def Display Controlled with the Help of Physical Gestures

This invention was created by a German firm called Evoluce. The device is dubbed I-Voluce and its main feature lies in the ability of users to control it using physical gestures.

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Camera that Takes Color Pictures in the Dark

The camera represents the work of scientists from the Nanosystem Research Division of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). It uses infrared radiation to make color images in full dark.

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System That Can Spot Authors of Anonymous Emails

The new technique developed by researchers at Concordia University can accurately identify those who send anonymous emails. It would be interesting to note that the technique is permissible in the court of law.

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New-Gen Lie Detector for Airports

Today suspicious individuals at airports are the target of specially trained people, but in the future the job, or at least its biggest part, can be performed by a lie detecting system that is currently being developed by a group of researchers at the University of Arizona. The name of the system is Avatar (Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real-time).

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Camera that Sees Hidden Things

A team of researchers led by Dr. Reza Zoughi, a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, was able to create a patented camera the work of which is similar to a body scanner used at airports.

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