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Follow @techfuture_ ______________________________________________ This is the “Mokase” phone case. This case claims it can pour espresso in a touch of a button. All you have to do is launch the companion app and initiate the brewing and you got your espresso. It doesn’t get any simpler than that! What do you think? Would you buy this case? Make sure you click the link in the bio, like and comment! | SOURCE: Mokase
This telescoping camper doubles in size to become a tiny home. . . . . .
The first human head transplant is scheduled for later this year. The man performing this monumental procedure is Dr. Sergio Canavero, an Italian neurosurgeon that wants to give disabled people a new chance to live their ideal life. The procedure is expected to take an astonishing 36 hours and have 150 individuals on the surgery team. The steps to this procedure will consist of: cooling the head to -15°C in order to preserve the brain, severing it from the body with a specially designed diamond-coated blade, and then connecting the vertebrae, trachea etc. successfully to the donor's body. Dr. Sergio says the surgery is the riskiest one he's ever attempted, but he wants to help a paralyzed man (who's volunteered) function again by giving him a new body.
These tiny trees float in midair. And you can DIY your floating plants now.
It happened! Snap fell down to its IPO price (for a few seconds) of $17 per share after its continued steady march south over the past several weeks. The company is now barely holding just above its IPO price. Snap’s last earnings report resulted in a disaster, and while the company still managed to stay above $20 for an extended period of time, a string of bad days for the market — and likely increased skepticism for the company’s future among the rest of the bundle of growth stocks — is putting increased pressure on its price. There have been a slew of smaller IPOs since Snap as more and more companies try to get out the gate, but especially for non-traditional ad-driven companies (looking at Pinterest, for example), it may affect the future of the so-called IPO window being “open.”
What a great solution to the often congested bike rails… Safe, secure and convenient.
One Room. A Hundred Ways.
Thanks to @News for letting us share this cool story! There have been decades of failure in making an artificial blood substitute. But now, scientists from the universities of Bristol, Cambridge, and Oxford have isolated and manipulated stem cells in labs to produce red blood cells.Their goal is to make red cells for patients with complex blood types because it can be hard for them to find donors. This synthetic blood is about to go through human trials for the first time! Although there is still a long road ahead for a full-scale rollout of synthetic blood, these developments could possibly change the future of how we save lives. Every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood. In the U.S. alone, 41,000 donated pints are needed every day and although an estimated 38 percent of the population is eligible to donate blood, less than 10 percent of that eligible population actually do each year.
Relax any way you want in this transforming chair. . . . . .
Follow @techfuture_ ______________________________________________ How do you think someone can switch trains without slowing down? We’ll give you the answer, with moving platforms. While the trains are still moving and they are beside each other, a platform forms between the two of them and allows for passengers to switch trains. What do you think? Would you use the train more often if they had this? Make sure you click the link in the bio, like and comment! | SOURCE: Futurism
The electric vehicle that can store 62 miles of range in 5 min. This is Mercedes' Maybach 6, the concept that is shaking up the car industry by introducing a new kind of engine- a permanent-magnet synchronous electric motor. And it doesn't just use one, by combining four of these, it is able to achieve a break neck 738 hp. Mercedes hopes to implement this technology in all of their models eventually in an effort to be extremely efficient, and lower production costs.
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Follow @techfuture_ ______________________________________________ According to Stephen Hawking we might only have 100 years left on Earth. He says in order to survive climate change, asteroid attacks, and overpopulation we must become a multi-planetary species within the next century. What do you think? Do you think we will be able to become a multi-planetary species? What do you think will wipe out the human race? Make sure you click the link in the bio, like and comment! | SOURCE: BBC
One of the most advanced surgical robots ever designed: The Taurus Dexterous Robot or, TDR. The intricate robot uses an advanced platform which has a superior range of tasks compared to current EOD robotics systems. This system when combined with features such as interchangeable tool mounts, a cutting force of 24 AWG, and even a portable battery that lasts a whopping seven hours of constant use, makes this engineering marvel a great advancement in the medical field. Its creators are currently working on an even better version of the remarkable robot, and hope to increase accuracy during incisions as well as shorten the length of the healing process that accompanies various surgeries.
Amazing DIY roller coaster that is over 2 meters high.
This underwater jet pack lets you swim like Michael Phelps ( @m_phelps00). . . . . .
Fresh from announcing the Mi 6, its latest flagship smartphone, last month, Xiaomi went and unveiled another new phone. The Mi Max 2, announced today at an event in Beijing, will be available in China from June 1 priced upwards from RMB 1699, that’s around $247. The main selling point of the second version is a gigantic 5300mAh battery which the company claims will last for two days per charge. It claims that the device can charge to 68 percent in an hour and that its full capacity will give a user up to 18 hours of watching video, or 57 hours of call time.