[MOST SATISFYING] Most Creative Inventions For Construction The Newest Compilation


[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation
[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation
[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation

February 2019
February 2019
February 2019

[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation
[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation
[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation

February 2019
February 2019
February 2019

[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation
[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation
[MOST SATISFYING] More creative inventions for construction The newest compilation

February 2019
February 2019
February 2019

Spencer Paff, a sixth grade student at Freshwater School, describes his Ziplight to Reed Hilton, a 6 year old student at the Freshwater School. The Ziplighter is a small light inside a bag that is lit when the bag is "closed" and "makes things easy to find," said the 12-year-old boy. The Science Fair projects completed by freshwater fourth through eighth graders filled the freshwater school's gym on Wednesday night with budding scientists and science lovers. Creative inventions designed by the sixth grade students of the Escuela de Agua Dulce were also exhibited.

Each January, more than 180,000 people show up at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to walk in a future world. It is where the avant-garde consumer technology of the world is exhibited, sometimes with a great effect, other times to raise the eyebrows.

But the program, which ends today, has become one of the best indicators of where technology is heading and trends and innovations that will probably be part of our daily life in the coming years.

The great themes of this year were not so surprising. Artificial intelligence is everywhere; Now every gadget is smart. The drones are getting bigger and better. Health technology is full of potential. And, televisions will be even more sophisticated, including one with a screen that unrolls from a base when you want to see something, and then disappears when you're done.

CES 2019 also provided the opportunity to see how the war of intelligent speakers develops. Both Amazon and Google emphasized showing how Alexa and Google Assistant are located as features of devices and devices. Amazon still dominates the market, but Google hoped to impress the CES audience with the deployment of Google's interpreter assistant mode, which allows a person to converse in another language almost in real time, and Google Assistant Connect, which assists Third-party hardware manufacturers. integrate the assistant in your gadgets.

A breathalyzer for diabetes

There is good news for the millions of people who have to prick their fingers regularly to test their blood sugar levels. AerBetic, Inc., a firm in Birmingham, Alabama, has developed a portable device called AerBetic that can alert people with diabetes to potential problems. * Designed to be used as a bracelet or pendant, it can detect, from the exhaled breath, gases indicative of blood glucose levels and then can send a text message to a smartphone if those levels have become dangerously high or low. AerBetic can also send patients regular reminders to monitor their blood sugar level and can also send information directly to caregivers. The goal is to use artificial intelligence to allow the device to adapt its sensors to the person who uses it.

Riding high

It's only a matter of time before Uber comes out in the air. So, it should not be a surprise that one of your partners, Bell Helicopters, has shown what is called the Nexus Air Taxi. A hybrid-electric propulsion aircraft that seats four passengers and a pilot, uses six large tilt rotors to allow it to take off or land vertically from the roofs. The Nexus will have a range of 150 miles and a top speed of 150 mph. The augmented reality can also be part of the experience of flying in a taxi, possibly through the details of the flight or the tourist information projected in the windows. The Nexus is expected to carry out its pilot flight next year, with the objective of operating in several major cities in the mid-2020s. See for yourself.

Video credits to Most Satisfying Tube YouTube channel





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