Untangling Wireless Charging

Wireless Charging Era Wireless charging brings in flexibility and more possibilities for digital displays in this digital signage world. More and more products are designed to run on rechargeable batteries to keep pace with the fast-moving and evolving trends. Wireless charging is likely to become a standard part of smart devices and the environment around us. The standards for wireless […]

Hungry? 3D print your meal

We have discussed 3D printing and its application in our previous blogs Taming 3D Printing Inventions, Organ Failure? Print a New One and 3D Printed Skin can help Robots Feel. But what’s your take on 3D printing food? 3D printing… (Featured image is only for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Fab@Home_Model_2_3D_printer.jpg). This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. *** […]

iPhone X & its OLED – Going Behind the Screen

Apple’s iPhone X is a first in many aspects of iPhones. But it’s the introduction of an OLED display that brings it into a stronger competitive sphere with Samsung’s AMOLED displays. iRunway’s comprehensive teardown of the iPhone X, with a focus on its OLED display, tells you why the iPhone X is a ruler. In another first, iPhone X has […]

Remembering the Iconic Fitbit Surge As Ionic takes over

On October 1, 2017, Fitbit released its much awaited Ionic smart watch as a competitor to Apple Watch. With this, the iconic Fitbit Surge phased out of Fitbit’s online store. While Fitbit has improvized its smart fitness watch technology with the Blaze and now Ionic, it was Fitbit Surge that took the market by storm. Surge was the debut Fitbit… *** […]

Can street lamps quench the thirst of electric vehicles?

Electric vehicles are paving their way into the consumer market, albeit a little slow owing to the lack of charging stations. However, this might soon change with researchers looking to develop and leverage solar street lamps to double up charging stations for electric vehicles. However, solar street… (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/oregondot/6360113457) *** […]

IoT-Powered Robots Bring Future Into Retail Stores

The next time you walk into an apparel store, you might be greeted by a wide-eyed robot quizzing you on your preferences and displaying suggestions on a touch screen on its chest. You might even have been scanned during your entry, with the artificial intelligence system ready to suggest the latest haute couture suiting your style… (Featured image sourced from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SoftBank_pepper.JPG) *** […]

Are you Okay with the Bokeh Effect?

Have you noticed the blur of grass behind a child’s face in a portrait or the hazy glimmer of twinkle lights in a city shot— these are the parts of your image that refer to “bokeh” and that, in combination with your subject, brings your photos to life… (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/thevlue/5284257536) *** […]

Wireless Charging – Cutting the cord

A challenge that most users of smart gadgets and portable devices such as smartphones, fitness bands and IoT devices face is charging them on the go. The concept of wireless charging is based on Faraday’s Law of Induction and was experimented by Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla in… (Featured image is for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://c1.staticflickr.com/6/5540/10728457974_1cdef88ab8_b.jpg) *** […]

Augmented Reality & Its Application in Gaming

Augmented Reality has taken a leap in applications over the last few years, growing its footprint across industries. The technology came to light during the 1990s with the word “augmented” derived from “augment”, which means to add something. Augmented reality, or AR, has been working towards just… (Featured image is for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/turkletom/4325703868/) *** […]