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Auto-Lacing Sneakers

By: Jacob Segura, Journalist
Recently the auto lacing sneakers industry have become popular to the public .
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Allen Pan, creator of the electrode helmet. 
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Remote Control Human

Have you ever wondered about Mind Control? Find out more here.
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The Pros and Cons of Prosthetic Arms in Sports

You need a hand? This prosthetic may help you.
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#AutoItCan - Official Directions

#AutoItCan – Official Directions

Our goal in our engineering class is to make an automatic trash can. These are the following steps to achieve a fully automatic "AutoItCan." The first step is to actually order the trash can. Our...

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WeWALK - The Smart Cane

WeWALK – The Smart Cane

WeWALK is a smart cane for people that are visually impaired. It can detect objects above chest level, and is compatible with apps such as Google Maps. Having a cane that is compatible with Google Maps...

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OrCam MyEye 2

OrCam MyEye 2

The OrCam MyEye 2 is an artificial intelligence device that you can put on the frame of your glasses. It has a camera that can identify faces, currency, and even read text and information. This is useful...

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How This AI System Can Predict Seizures

How This AI System Can Predict Seizures

A new AI system has come out that can help people with epilepsy. Epilepsy is a disorder that affects the nerve cells of the brain, which causes seizures. Around 1% of Americans is impacted by epilepsy....

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An Anesthetic Could Reduce the Effects of Certain Stress Disorders

An Anesthetic Could Reduce the Effects of Certain Stress Disorders

By: Neel Sharma

Propofol, a common anesthetic used in surgeries and dental work, was found to ease PTSD and other stress disorders. Bryan A. Strange initially posted his findings in Science Advances Newspaper where he...

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VR Therapy Fights Arachnophobia

VR Therapy Fights Arachnophobia

By: Owen Cass

Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders. Schools like the University of Texas is using Virtual Reality (VR) to over come anxiety's related to spiders. Researchers are going beyond traditional Shock-Therapy...

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Prosthetic Arm

Prosthetic Arm

By: Rainier Villaflor

The prosthetic arm may take a bit of courage to get used to but none the less it is still a working arm.The sensors on the arm detect muscle movement from the brain helping the arm move around and opening...

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Smart Glove

Smart Glove

By: Rainier Villaflor

When smart glasses or a smart watch wont work use a smart glove.These gloves are not like other smart devices these actually move any injured hand connecting to a device you can actually move the injured...

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The Lace Helper

The Lace Helper

By: Anthony Jang

A team made a 3D-printed device that is supposed to assist amputees with their shoes. The device does not matter if the amputee is left or right handed. the team designed the device so that it attaches...

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