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WWII bomb shelter 100ft below London tubes becomes subterranean farm

July 02, 2015Sitting 100 feet below the London tube station in Clapham is a WWII bomb shelter and it has now been turned into a subterranean farm growing mini vegetables, salads and herbs thanks to chef Michel Roux Jnr. Image Source: National News and Pictures,Isabel Infantes Michel Roux Jnr is a Michelin starred chef and he along with two entrepreneurs has launched the brand Growing Underground.
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Innovation

Dyson Fans and Heaters - Airmultiplier Technology

August 20, 2012 Image Source : Dyson Let’s take a closer look over a new technology of air cooling and heating developed by James Dyson’s engineers. It is called Air Multiplier technology and provides continuous air flow as there are no propellers or blades. Treated air rotates in a flat elongated tube resembling profile of the airplane wing in cross-section.
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Innovation

The Haiku smart fan turns itself on when necessary

May 12, 2014Summer is here and the weather is getting hotter by the day, depending on where you live of course. Even if you are not suffering from stifling heat, it can get a bit stuffy if you are indoors and it can help to turn on the fan. Having to turn on your fan could soon be a thing of the past though as there is the Haiku smart fan with SenseME technology.
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VR/AR

Why Virtual Reality is About to Change the World

Virtual reality poses to be one of the foremost future technologies. While it may still seem like a niche product today, as it comes into prominence in the technology space, more and more developers will tackle integrating VR into their apps and devices.VR is currently nearing the cusp of global adoption.
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News

The World's First Quantum Phase Battery Is Here

The battery, which represents a big step in quantum computing, consists of an indium arsenide nanowire in contact with aluminum superconducting leads.June 16, 2020You might have been privy to the quantum computing hype. If you haven& 39;t, here& 39;s how it goes: if they deliver on their potential, quantum computers will be able to tackle problems that would require hundreds if not thousands of years for a classical computer to solve.
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Innovation

Intelligent Keyboard that’s self-powered can identify users

February 02, 2015Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have been working on an innovative keyboard which is able to identify the user typing on it through their typing patterns. Along with that, the device is water and dirt resistant and it can power itself by taking the static electricity from the fingertips of the user.
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