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Fashion september 23, 2016

This Rainbow Textile Can Power Gadgets Using The Sun And Movement

The Georgia Institute of Technology has developed a fabric that harvests natural energy for smart clothes

Innovation february 13, 2015

Sunglasses will Change Lens Color with a Button Press

Scientists have come up with a tinted sheet that reacts to volts by quickly changing colors

Technology january 23, 2015

Biometric Keyboard Grants Access Based on Keystrokes and Bioelectricity

Researchers have developed a non-mechanical intelligent keyboard that could increase security for computer users based on keystrokes, typing habit, and finger size

Luxury april 3, 2014

Top Five Health Innovations Of The Week

A device that could keep your heart beating forever and an electronic tattoo that gathers sophisticated biometric data.

Innovation march 6, 2014

Generator Can Harvest Energy From The Subtlest Of Movements [Pics]

Researchers have developed a triboelectric generator that collects energy from stop-start movements.

Mobile april 4, 2013

Virtual Menus Give Patrons More Nutritional Information

A virtual menu offers up all the information you could want at a restaurant.

Sustainability april 3, 2013

Recyclable Solar Cells Made From Trees

Team from Georgia Tech and Purdue develop energy production device made from recyclable organic material.

Gaming & Play december 14, 2012

Touch Sleeve Helps Children With Disabilities Use Tablets

The Access4Kids device allows otherwise motor-skill impaired children to use the technology.

Work november 4, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From an exoskeleton designed to helped the earthbound and astronauts alike to a DNA test to tell you if those crunches will work, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

Work october 15, 2012

Robot Helps Rebuild Disaster Zones From Surrounding Debris

Georgia Tech receives funding from the Navy to develop a cognitive-thinking humanoid bot.

Mobile february 21, 2012

Text Without Looking At The Screen With A Braille-Style Interface

Georgia Tech researchers create a prototype for touch-screen mobile devices that can enable users to text without looking at their screens.

Innovation march 30, 2011

What’s The Latest Clean Energy To Power Your iPod? You.

Will portable electronics be powered by the human body? Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology think so.

Innovation november 12, 2010

Robot Gives Bed Baths To Patients

A robo-nurse ensures personal hygiene of patients in the hospital.

Home march 4, 2010

Why We Love Roombas: They’re Just Like Us

A study conducted by the Georgia Tech, examines our relationship with technology, in this case Roombas.


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