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Tech For Good Ten 06.07.2015
Along with the existing single decker version, eco-double deckers to make entry on the roads this October.
18 year old Alex Deans' creation iAid blends GPS and ultrasonic technology to help visually-impaired people walk safely.
Run of the mill transparent glass used in the design of unique home heating system to good effect.
“TransHealth” helps transgender people find trans-friendly doctors in the right location and medical specialty.
The right hardware, screen resolution and scaling features expand the choice of purchasing large laptops.
Prototype explores how cyclists using the imageability tech can develop a heads-up stance, looking at the environment around them, rather than down at a phone.
Shifting the design of the conventional keyboard, Keyboardio’s Model 01 is more friendly to human hands and wrists.
Check out the list of finalists, with the winners announced on 14th July.
Fingerprint and voice recognition also in the pipeline despite security fraud concerns.