Stanford University Develops a Solar-Powered Bionic Eye!

May 14, 2012 by  
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Solar technology could have a role in reversing blindness in the near future.  Stanford University researchers have invented goggles that can send information to chips – which behave like solar cells – implanted into eye retinas. These new retinal implants would require far less invasive surgeries than the very limited options that are currently available. The “ bionic eye ” could potentially give the blind the gift of sight once again. Read the rest of Stanford University Develops a Solar-Powered Bionic Eye! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bionic eye , blindness , cure for blindness , electrical engineering , James Loudin , retinal implants , Solar cells , specialized goggles , stanford university

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Pin Your USB Flash-drive to Your Clothes with Art Lebedev’s Bulavkus

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This USB flash-drive design combines a simple safety pin with a 4GB computer memory stick to create a simple and functional way to keep tabs on your mini gadget. The device, called Bulavkus , is the latest in a series of memory stick reinventions from Art Lebedev Studio . “For finding Bulavkus in a flash,” says the studio, “simply fasten to any fabric material and spare yourself frustration of digging through pockets.” Read the rest of Pin Your USB Flash-drive to Your Clothes with Art Lebedev’s Bulavkus Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: art lebedev , bulavkus , computer gadgets , flashdrive design , memory stick design , memory stick reinvention , sustainable digital design

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