Monthly Archives: October 2018

Exoskeletal Training & Rehabilitation

Was think­ing that if you could build a light weight exo skele­ton that could “guide” move­ment — it’s not mov­ing by itself, it’s more cor­rect­ing align­ment, or giv­ing the user feed­back to do it them­selves — that you could use … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Air Buoy & Buoy

This is Air B&B but for births for your boat. Plen­ty of peo­ple own a warf. This is a facil­i­ty for them to lease it out as a place to moore a boat for a short amount of time. Great … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Stable Stand — a retrofit platform on boats that keeps still on rocky seas

The idea here is sim­ple: Drones were enabled by fast, small, effi­cient pro­cess­ing. They physics was always known, what hap­pened is that com­put­ers became fast enough to process events and respond to them to enable a drone to alter things … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Reducing Roadkill

How much does road­kill cost soci­ety? Both in acci­dents, injuries, and the eco­log­i­cal toll? I bet nobody’s done the num­bers, but it seems to me that if we can reduce road kill, then nobody is going to lose out. This … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Bird Off Drone

This prob­a­bly exists, but the idea is that cafe’s like the Yaral­lum­la Nurs­ery have a bird prob­lem. They fly down to the table and eat any left overs. And then they get bold­er and bold­er until they’re both­er­ing guests and … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Drone Drone

A drone which is ded­i­cat­ed to has­sling your kids. “Get up, get dressed, get in the car” etc. Essen­tial­ly you switch it on, use the phone app to assign it to a child, give it a sen­tence to end­less­ly repeat … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Conscientious Consumer

A com­mu­ni­ty dri­ven site where peo­ple do research on prod­ucts so that con­sci­en­tious shop­pers can choose prod­ucts. For instance, if I plug in that my main choice fac­tor is envi­ron­men­tal impact (plas­tic) and avoid­ance of palm oil and that I’m … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Should I Drive?

A social app or plu­g­in that allows you to ask your cir­cles anony­mous ques­tions. e.g. Should I dri­ve home tonight? The idea is that those who are per­haps not hap­py to speak up can vote… obvi­ous­ly flawed in a lot … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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