Archive for February, 2011
Have you Ever Thought beyond a wireless Mouse ???Then Here is the one The Mouseless!!Developed by Pranav Mistry , The designer, working in the Fluid Interfaces Group at MIT’s Media Lab.
Is the sound from a party nearby breaking you down???Now there is no need to complain about loud music coming from parties. The loud music can be further converted into electricity. Therefore, somebody’s party might power your house. Isn’t that a great news?
Friends… we see many sports cars on road… their cost is astronomical… their speed limit z sky… everyone of us go crazy about them… but we should show some concern towards atmosphere. So this is the time we must feel the responsibility. Electric vehicles are the best substitutes. electric vehicle is any form of transportation that uses electricity as its power source. Examples of some electric vehicles include golf carts, trolleys, forklifts, and even your remote control car. All of these vehicles use some form of electricity to power an electric motor that makes the vehicle move.
Several weeks ago, Mobile Review wrote in depth piece about the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X12 (aka Anzu), which is the company’s next major flagship phone and the spiritual successor to the XPERIA X10. The review is so extensive, you would almost swear for a moment that the device is on sale now, but in reality it hasn’t been announced by SE yet! This is probably one of the most detailed leaks I’ve seen in all of my years of writing about Sony products.
Most of us have understood for years that plastic is an environmental no-no. Its fuel based, requires lots of energy to produce and it clogs up landfills for what might as well be forever. Every year, our landfills handle tens of billions of tons of plastic. And in this case “handle” means “do nothing with”. Plastic just sits there unfazed for hundreds of years. The microbes that degrade other trash don’t want anything to do with plastic.
The un-dissolving night mare
Hi frnzz… many of us have a habit of drinking boiled water… it’s really an appreciable work. How do you boil the water? Well… we use geysers to boil the water… we even take shower using geysers. Frnzz… do we realise what are we wasting by using geysers? In one year, an 80-gallon (302-liter) electric water heater averages about $500 to run, uses 4,800 kWh of electricity and contributes about 6,600 pounds (2,993 kilograms) of CO2 to the atmosphere.
In recent years, topological insulators have become one of the hottest topics in physics. These new materials act as both insulators and conductors, with their interior preventing the flow of electrical currents while their edges or surfaces allow the movement of a charge.
Perhaps most importantly, the surfaces of topological insulators enable the transport of spin-polarized electrons while preventing the “scattering” typically associated with power consumption, in which electrons deviate from their trajectory, resulting in dissipation.
Playing golf is not everyone’s cup of tea, but this does not stop amateur golfers from hurting people nearby with an uncontrolled swing of the club. Mac Funamizu has designed a gadget for all such amateur golfers which would not only prevent some injuries but will also charge your iPhone or other mobile phones by harnessing the kinetic energy of the swing.