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Dining

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A New Whiskey Experience Using 3D Printing Tech
Bulleit Frontier Works developed a new whiskey experience using 3D printing tech at Tribeca Film Festival. For this particular project, Bulleit partnered with Machine Histories which 3D printed the bar structure and Print A Drink which supplied the robotic drink-printing arm. The purpose of this project is to encourage people to explore and experiment with liquids and to create new experiences in the drinks industry. https://cheddar.com/media/diageo-bulleit-whiskey-3d-printing-tribeca
9 May 2019 by rosalind-nath...
 
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Healthcare

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Brain Decoder that Turns Brain Signals into Speech
Brain decoder is a new UCSF-developed tool that can convert brain signals into a computer simulation of the vocal tract. The electrodes are implanted into the brain of volunteers and then decoded signals in cerebral speech centres to guide a computer-simulated version of their vocal tract ? lips, jaw, tongue and larynx ? to generate speech through a synthesiser. https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2019/04/scientists-develop-brain-decoder-that-turns-brain-signals-into-speech/
8 May 2019 by rosalind-nath...
 
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Industrial

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Location Tracking without Cell Networks
Lynq is a simple location tracking device that could connect up to 12 people without a phone, WiFi, cell networks, apps, and subscriptions. Moreover, it has a range between devices of up to 3 miles and gives you vibrations when anyone is outside the boundary that you set. Lynq is also designed to endure the harshest environments and able to last up to 3 days without recharging. https://lynqme.com/
3 May 2019 by rosalind-nath...
 
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Dining

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High-tech Menu that Offers Personalized Customer Experiences
Dynamic Yield just introduced a smart electronic menu that will be used at McDonald?s drive-thru. This system will tempt you to buy extra products based on the customer data, the restaurant queue length, and even current weather conditions. https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/mcdonalds-uses-ai-to-tempt-you-into-extra-purchases-at-the-drive-thru/
3 May 2019 by rosalind-nath...
 
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Industrial

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3D-scanning to Make Fashion Sustainable
A project developed by Synflux called Algorithmic Couture uses 3D-scanning to produce custom-fit clothes that minimize fabric waste. This technology finds the optimum design pattern that benefits to reduce energy, waste, and cost of products. https://synflux.io/projects/algorithmiccouture/
3 May 2019 by rosalind-nath...
 
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Artistic

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Design Materials Made from Sunflowers
The Netherlands? Studio Thomas Vailly has succeeded in making eco-versions of polystyrene, leather, natural glue, and varnish from sunflower plants. The process uses every part of the plants including the sunflower leftovers such as stalks and leaves that are heated and pressed to produce the materials. www.vailly.com
3 May 2019 by rosalind-nath...
 
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