MIT Researchers developed Instantly correct Robot’s mistakes with humans brain wave and hand gesture

By monitoring brain activity, the system can detect in real-time if a person notices an error as a robot does a task. Using an interface that measures muscle activity, the person can then make hand gestures to scroll through and select the correct option for the robot to execute. This work combining EEG and EMG … Continue reading “MIT Researchers developed Instantly correct Robot’s mistakes with humans brain wave and hand gesture”

MIT engineers configure RFID tags to work as sensors

The Auto-ID Lab at MIT has long been at the forefront of developing RFID technology. Now engineers in this group are flipping the technology toward a new function: sensing. They have developed a new ultra-high-frequency, or UHF, RFID tag-sensor configuration that senses spikes in glucose and wirelessly transmits this information. In the future, the team … Continue reading “MIT engineers configure RFID tags to work as sensors”

World’s First 3D-printed Concrete Houses are coming to Netherlands

In the city of Eindhoven the realization of the first of five planned 3D-            printed concrete houses will start this year. The project, called Project Milestone, is a world’s first, as the houses will all be occupied. The first house, which will be a single-floor house, is expected to be … Continue reading “World’s First 3D-printed Concrete Houses are coming to Netherlands”

Cooking Robot “Mechanical Chef” can prepare Indian Foods automatically in Homes

Bangalore-based startup Mechanical Chef has created a Compact Cooking Robot that is more suitable for Indian Homes. Cooking takes a lot of time. Someone in the family ends up spending two to three hours in the kitchen each day. This turns out to be a very heavy burden on nuclear families and bachelors / spinsters. … Continue reading “Cooking Robot “Mechanical Chef” can prepare Indian Foods automatically in Homes”

Novel transmitter protects wireless data from hackers

Today, more than 8 billion devices are connected around the world, forming an “internet of things” that includes medical devices, wearables, vehicles, and smart household and city technologies. By 2020, experts estimate that number will rise to more than 20 billion devices, all uploading and sharing data online. But those devices are vulnerable to hacker … Continue reading “Novel transmitter protects wireless data from hackers”