A fascinating development straight from news headlines: Post by InnovationEdge.
Here’s a question we posted on our Facebook Page after Chipotle shifted to an all-GMO free menu and saw profits soar by 30 percent: Post by InnovationEdge.
If you could get an app alarm clock that sends the delicious aroma of bacon swirling around your sleepy head, what else could this technology be used for? Post by InnovationEdge.
As technology gets more intuitive, how can we leverage it to help people become healthier and avoid injuries or medical events? Here’s one way: Post by InnovationEdge.
I will let this story speak for itself. I don’t think I need a disclaimer, but I will add one anyway: This story is about how bodily functions can actually be useful, if everyone cooperates. Post by InnovationEdge.
This is fascinating! It’s an image of a sedentary person’s brain next to the brain of an active person. Post by InnovationEdge.
Here is technology you have to see to believe! From “Back to the Future”-like hovercrafts to flying cars — these inventions are just waiting to be mainstreamed. Which ones will make it? Which ones will find uses in other applications? Check out this video for more:
This ring allows you to write text messages by simply drawing in the air. The same technology can access your apps by drawing shapes in the air. For example, drawing a music note could access your music player, while drawing an envelope shape would allow you to access your email: Post by InnovationEdge.