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Touch Sight Camera For The Blind

08/13/2008, This could possibly be the first camera in the world for the blind, known as the “Touch Sight”. While you might think this is redundant, but the “Touch Sight” camera works as follows. “Touch Sight is a revolutionary digital...

Pixel CO2 Omnifit

08/04/2008, The Pixel CO2 Omnifit device has just been approved by the FDA, which means we ought to be able to find these skin resurfacing devices in medical stores and pharmacies pretty soon. Here’s an excerpt on what the Pixel CO2 Omnifit is capable of :- The...

Wireless Health Monitoring System

08/01/2008, Wireless technology is here to stay, and it isn’t all just bad. A&D Medical will ride on the wireless trend and offer a trio of new devices such as a blood pressure monitor, a body weight scale, and an “activity monitor” (in all...

Handheld Scanner Diagnoses Diseases

07/09/2008, Medical science has progressed to such extent that a handheld nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) scanner has been developed, capable of diagnosing diseases and identifying pathogens on-the-go. This scanner is highly portable, being numerous times smaller...

Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar

07/06/2008, Over the long weekend, surely some people have had way too much partying going on, which is why something like the Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar would be perfect to rejuvenate. It will not only pump pure oxygen into your body to help you loosen up and relax,...

Silverleaf Antimicrobial Wound Dressing

07/01/2008, The Antimicrobial Wound Dressing from Silverleaf is an electrically activated wound dressing, where proprietary material enables electric current to flow through the wet parts of the fabric. CMB Antimicrobial Wound Dressing with PROSIT is a single layer...

Honda tests Walking Assist Device

06/30/2008, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has started to test its experimental walking assist device by helping the elderly as well as folks with weakened leg muscles get around without any assistance, letting them regain their pride and mobility. If there is one country...

Spray-on Skin Gun

06/26/2008, I remember Will Smith in I, Robot, spraying his bionic arm with some sort of instant skin to cover up the damage, and this time round we have something out of the world of science fiction that could be a reality. The spray-on Skin Gun could be the result...

Skintenna Breakthrough

06/10/2008, Check out the Skintenna – this is a wireless antenna which channels signals along human skin, broadcasting signals all over one’s body in order to connect with medical implants as well as other compatible portable gadgets. This new development...

Motion Sickness Relief Wrist Band

06/09/2008, Do you suffer from motion sickness? Well, there are tons of remedies out there in the market, but how about taking things up a notch with modern technology in the form of the Motion Sickness Relief Wrist Band? This is a FDA-certified device that claims to...

Remote Control PillCam

06/03/2008, The possibility of a remote controlled PillCam somewhere in the future is there, as the company manufacturing the PillCam, Given Imaging, is currently working with a few German institutions to develop technology that will be able to control both the...

MediDome Drug Injector

06/01/2008, The MediDome drug injector is one neat invention from Christopher Holden, a 21 year old student, and the device is currently going to be patented by his school, Northumbria University in Newcastle. The MediDome aims to do away with the needle and syringe...

SuperSmoker Electronic Cigarette

05/26/2008, The SuperSmoker is not the first electric cigarette to be released, and I believe it won’t be the last either. This device aims to promote a healthier alternative for those who love the pull of nicotine, and it is also much cheaper as well as easing...

Palm Tricorder Scanner Technology

05/22/2008, Looks like technological advances seem to make sci-fi shows of yore get more and more realistic by the day, and this palm “tricorder” scanner is yet another example. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to those medical scanners found in the Star...