Self-adjustable eyeglasses. Developed by Dr. Joshua Silver, of the Center for Vision in the Developing World

An Idaho couple has a vision to cover our roadways with smart solar panels. Turns out it's a vision shared by a record number of backers on Indiegogo.

Osteoid 3D Printed Cast, disruptive technology + health care

The Infrared LED Pain Reliever. Using technology developed by NASA to heal astronauts' injuries, this device's 60 LEDs produce safe infrared heat to stimulate blood circulation, relieve swelling in joints, and loosen tight muscles.

The Lifestraw – an icon of humanitarian product design – is a small cigar-shaped tube that houses some pretty impressive engineering. When water is drawn through the straw, the mechanism inside it purifies water from potential pathogens like typhoid, cholera, dysentery and diarrhea – all before it reaches your lips.

Compose-- sing or play your song and it writes out the music! Sweeet!

Algae Lamp claimed to absorb 200-times more CO2 than trees, at the rate of 1-ton

An Artificial Hand with Real Feelings by David Talbot, technologyreview: People who have lost limbs cannot gain any sensation from existing prosthetics. A new nerve interface can simulate a sense of touch from 20 spots on a prosthetic hand #Prosthetic_Hand #Touch_Interface

German Company Develops Human Regenerator That Controls Aging #technology

The world of 3D printing just got a lot more colorful.

YikeBike - The world's first super light folding electric bike.

USB Typewriter Computer Keyboard -- Underwood Standard c1925. Can still be used as a regular typewriter.

Concept for an inkless printer that "tans" the page, by Hosung Jung, Junsang Kim, Seungin Lee & Yonggu Do.

Tile ™ - the world's largest lost and found :)

Oxford Nanopore announced a new pocket size device that can sequence an enitre human genome in only 15 minutes. Scientists say that if this works, it is truly a revolution. Other biotech companies are trying to stage a hostile takeover of the company. Sounds like the stuff of movies!

a printer that uses pencil. No more expensive ink, and its erasable!-This is so cool!

Virtual keyboard. I need to try one of these

Stackable USBs

Purple Pain: This bandage developed by German scientists turns purple if the pH is between 6.5 - 8, indicating possible infection. ✯

A tiny and adorable little printer for use as a memory aid device! Print out notes, reminders and updates!