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Adam Bostock
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Nature always has a trick up it's sleeve to fool scientists...

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In the race to create the best VR and AR possible the ability to 'sense' your artificial environment and experiences is a must. When you think about it the simple ability to sense hot and cold can represent many many environmental conditions (a warm touch, hot sun, cool breeze, even getting wet) especially when combined with visual representation. All of this builds to assure the creators of great thermal haptic skin will be well rewarded.

http://www.roadtovr.com/tegway-thermoreal-thermoelectric-skin-thermal-haptics-vr/

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You may never hear about it but I suspect patents associated with lensless cameras are going to be very attractive to device makers. I think cameras are already pretty amazing but this developing technology will make them even smaller.


http://www.futurity.org/camera-lenses-light-1466152-2/?utm_source=Futurity+Today&utm_campaign=615c3a5d63-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_06_22&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e34e8ee443-615c3a5d63-206359745

The world needed Tesla to show that EV was possible, and exciting! :-)

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Could be the start of something big/innovative...

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The majority of the planet's surface may be water, but unfortunately a heaping pile of salt makes most of that undrinkable. Desalination makes saltwater more palatable and potable, but being a bit of an energy guzzler means it isn't the most practical solution in off-grid situations. A new system makes use of nanoparticles to harness the power of the sun and distill water more efficiently, without needing electricity.

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