Researchers printed energy producing photographs

Any picture or text could be inkjet-printed as a solar cell using the method developed in Aalto University, Finland. Solar cells have been manufactured already for a long from inexpensive materials with different printing techniques. Especially organic solar cells and dye-sensitized solar cells are suitable for printing. The Researchers wanted to take the idea of … Continue reading “Researchers printed energy producing photographs”

MIT’s “Cinema 3D” allows viewers to watch 3-D Movie in Theater without wearing Glasses.

A team from MIT and Israel have demonstrated a display that lets audiences watch 3-D films in a movie theater without extra eyewear. Dubbed “Cinema 3D,” the prototype uses a special array of lenses and mirrors to enable viewers to watch a 3-D movie from any seat in a theater. According to the researchers, this … Continue reading “MIT’s “Cinema 3D” allows viewers to watch 3-D Movie in Theater without wearing Glasses.”

NVIDIA unveils new TITAN X powered by Pascal. TITAN X Pascal will be available Aug. 2 for $1,200

NVIDIA has introduced its new flagship video card named “NVIDIA TITAN X” with Pascal GPU artchitecture. NVIDIA TITAN X has 11 TFLOPS of power, 3584 CUDA Cores, 12GB of 10Gbps GDDR5X VRAM, a 384-bit Memory Interface, 480 GB/sec of Memory Bandwidth, boosts to 1.5GHz out of the box, utilizes superior heat dissipation vapor chamber cooling … Continue reading “NVIDIA unveils new TITAN X powered by Pascal. TITAN X Pascal will be available Aug. 2 for $1,200”

Researchers demonstrate room-temperature ferroelectric states in thin (2D) tin-tellurium film

Just as magnetic materials have opposing North and South poles, ferroelectric materials have opposing positive charges and negative charges that exhibit measurable differences in electric potential. MIT Researchers recently demonstrated this ferroelectric behavior along the edges of atomically thin tin-tellurium film at room temperature. Measurements showed the energy gap, or bandgap, of this ultra-thin (2-D) … Continue reading “Researchers demonstrate room-temperature ferroelectric states in thin (2D) tin-tellurium film”

Smallest Hard Disk to date writes information Atom by Atom

Every day, modern society creates more than a billion gigabytes of new data. To store all this data, it is increasingly important that each single bit occupies as little space as possible. A team of scientists at Delft University in Netherlands managed to bring this reduction to the ultimate limit: they built a memory of … Continue reading “Smallest Hard Disk to date writes information Atom by Atom”