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Stryker Medical S3 Hospital Bed

04/09/2009, Nobody in their right mind would want to end up in a hospital for weeks or months on end, but they might actually change their mind with the Stryker Medical S3 hospital bed. This unique piece of medical equipment is one of the winners in the 2009 Medical...

Analog Heart Rate Monitoring Watch

04/08/2009, Most heart rate monitors have entered the digital realm, and here we have an analog model which doubles up as a watch. This Analog Heart Rate Monitoring Watch will measure the pulse at your wrist, converting the reading into a cute display which might...

da Vinci Si Robotic Endoscopic System

04/07/2009, Fancy having a robot as your surgeon? Most of us would recoil in horror, as we know all too well how often computers crash, but then again technology in the field of robotics have advanced by leaps and bounds over the years, so perhaps one day down the...

B(l)aby Device Entertains Unborn Child

04/07/2009, Much has been said about babies who are still in the womb responding to parents’ voices and calming down whenever they hear soothing music of past greats such as Mozart, and here comes designer Geof Ramsay with his B(l)aby device that functions as a...

FKF-20M Toilet Analyzes Chocolate Deposits

04/05/2009, You know just how high-tech toilets are in Japan? Well, apart from taking care of your rear end as though you were an emperor, it is now able to offer personalized RSS feeds in addition to analyzing your deposits. The FKF-20M remote-control model also...

Temporary Prosthetic Limbs

03/24/2009, Prosthetic limbs do help those who need it to live a much more normal life, and technology of prosthetics have come a long way from just a fake plastic appendage. Industrial designer Tillmann Beuscher has a heart for landmine victims worldwide by thinking...

Durabook RT10 Rugged Tablet PC

03/24/2009, Do you like the tablet PC form factor the most among all other computer designs? Well, why not make sure the tablet you’re getting is durable enough to withstand the knocks and tumbles of life, with the Durabook RT10 from GammaTech. This...

PhysioGlove Makes Placing ECG Leads A Snap

03/23/2009, Now here’s an invention that will definitely make the world a much better place – the PhysioGlove. What does it do? Well, this is meant to help position all the electrodes required in their respective places during an ECG setup without going...

Underwear Burns Fat Away

03/20/2009, Not actual image of the underwear… Teijin has one of the craziest inventions ever that might just blast off like a rocket – after all in this day and age of self-consciousness, who wouldn’t want underwear that is able to burn away body...

AngelMed Guardian Monitor Predicts Heart Attacks

03/11/2009, Heart attacks are more often than not sudden, and chances are you will only realize you’re suffering from one halfway through the experience if lucky. Angel Medical Systems has come up with the AngelMed Guardian, a device that is touted to predict...

Gruve Device Measures Movement

03/09/2009, Living an active lifestyle is crucial to keeping one’s metabolism rate up while staying fit, and Muve designers aim to make that easier for all of us with their Gruve device which is worn just like a pedometer, although it introduces a few more...

iPod Controlled By Facial Gestures

03/08/2009, Have we regressed to a society that’s so lazy, where fully able-bodied persons are able to control music on their iPod by using a wink, smile or a raised eyebrow? Guess so, but this technological advancement could also be used to help invalid people...

MediSlate MCA i1040XT From TabletKiosk

03/06/2009, Those in the medical profession will probably give an overall thumbs up to the new mobile clinical assistant from TabletKiosk, known as the MediSlate MCA i1040XT. This computer come with double hot swappable batteries, while the water-resistant exterior...

Operation Makes Blind Man See

03/04/2009, A man who has been blind for 30 years can finally see light thanks to bionic eyes which has been fitted. According to the BBC, “Ron, 73, had the experimental surgery seven months ago at London’s Moorfield’s eye hospital.He says he can...