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Aussies Develop A Medical App For Macho Men

The Disease Management Unit at The Alfred hospital in Melbourne, Australia has launched an iPhone app for machismo males who won't visit their doctors when disease symptoms arise. It's called "myHealthMate" and it allows men to learn about their symptoms...shhh... in secret.


PowerTrekk Fuel Cell Charger Uses Hydrogen For Maximum Mobility

When it comes to traveling off the grid, getting power to the people can be a difficult prospect. Now, the PowerTrekk Fuel Cell Charger offers a water-based way to get the power you need when you need it.


Student Designs Special Pot Handles For Those With Arthritis

Even though Ching-Hao Hsu, a graduate student at Australia's Queensland University of Technology, is focused on a career as a lighting designer, he has shown a unique interest in and talent for developing assistive tools for persons with disabilities. On the first short list of the James Dyson sponsored Australian Design Awards, the Arthritis Handle was clearly developed after significant research.

 

One Way To Get High - Altitude Conditioning At Sea Level

Want to get fit? There's a product on the market that claims to do it for you, while you lie back and enjoy it.

Wii Fly Robot? We'd Love To

From designer Florence Boob comes the Wii Fly robot concept - an airborne automaton that will let you play games on the go.

Biomimicry Of Tiny Fly Will Lead To More Powerful Antennas

Don't tell a male cricket this, but his mating call is responsible for attracting more than a mate; it attracts a parasitic, pregnant fly called the Ormia ochracea.  Other flies would not hear the crickets, but the Ormia ochracea has unusually acute multi-directional hearing that a University of Wisconsin, Madison (UW-Madison) researcher wants to biomimic in a powerful way. 

Chip Versus Strip: Examining The New Debit Cards

Recently, financial institutions across Canada began mass-producing new debit cards, and sending them to their customers. Each new card contained something previous generations hadn't- a debit chip. Now, instead of swiping the strip on one's card, most businesses will have the customer insert it into a chip reader.

But why the change? 

 

Hands-Free Sandwich Holder Eliminates Heavy Sandwich Lifting

Yup, that’s right; it’s the ultimate lazy eating experience.  The Hands-Free Sandwich Holder eliminates all of that pesky lifting that you normally have to do when eating a sandwich.  When I first came across a picture of the Hands-Free Sandwich Holder I thought, “How ridiculous!  Who would actually use that?”  Once I started thinking about it though I came up with all kinds of instances where this item may come in handy.

3D Bio-printers To Reconstruct Body And Skin

3D printers have been used for a number of years in construction and food technologies but are now making the leap to the medical with the advent of technology that allows them to “print” new skin and cartilage.

Got Soaked? You Need AIR, The Universal Drying Machine

Russian industrial designer, Olga Kalugina, has a darned clever design for a portable multi-purpose dryer.  It's the kind of dryer you need when you've come into your home after being swept up and soaked by a storm.