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3D Printer Can Print With Ten Different Materials


We all know that 3D printing is now one of the hottest topics and new technologies that everyone is looking for. It seems like the cost to have a 3D printer is worth more than 250,000 dollars. It is also expected that the materials used for the object that was printed are more on plastic object. The researchers at MIT said that they already made a printer with 10 different materials. This 3D printer doesn't just use 10 different materials but is also able to self-calibrate and self-correct. That means it can locate and track mistakes and work for theseagain. Although the main issue with different materials in printing is the different conditions in the pressure needed, this machine can mix microscopic droplets of photopolymers together that are sent through inkjet. The printer only costs 7000 dollars, far away from the old 3D printer that costs so much. Everyone is looking in to this invention. 

Reference: 3D Printer Can Print With Ten Different Materials 

The Satechi LightMate Emergency LED Flash Light

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Nope. It's not a lightsaber. It's a Flash Light, but not just any ordinary flashlight. This emergency flashlight has a high-brightness portable LED light, a safe long lasting and highly visible light; has 5 different lighting modes: bright, medium, dim, SOS, and strobe; has a 2200 mAh power bank USB charging port; and if you look at its back it has a high-strength steel alloy that can break glass (for emergency purposes); and it is water proof. This item is best for camping or survivors. Oh, and this is rechargeable.


Reference: LightMate Emergency Flash Light

These Glasses Block Facial Recognition Technology

In today's technology, facial recognition is one of the key used in tracking people. Although it is an advantage for searching some bad people, it can also be abused and lead to lack of privacy for people. The Japanese researchers created an eyeglass that can block facial recognition and this is called Privacy Visor. It can reflect or absorb light by using angles and patterns on its lens. Although it is just a prototype, they are working on the glasses for the safety and durability of the glass. Users can wear the glasses like an ordinary glass. According to the researchers, it is also designed to be used in crowded spaces. It is a good technology to hide your identity for privacy.


How a Braille Enabled Smartwatch Lets Users Feel the Time


        A new, innovative wearable introduced by a South Korean company, Dot, would aid the visually impaired with its unique way of telling time, read text messages, translate tweets, and read books using a series of dots that bulge out mechanically. The watch is also capable of aiding in navigation through alarms, alerts, and help and the company has high hopes that their product would help the visually impaired learn the braille. Sadly, these kind of things often go unnoticed.


Reference: Braille Enabled Smartwatch


USB Type-C




                                                                                                                                                                         This is the MOS's new "Reach Go" that has a 15,000 mAh battery that charges by USB-C, and has three output ports: two traditional USBs and one new Type-C variety. It has a 100-watt USB-C charger controller inside, which means it has the same power as plugging into a wall. It can even charge a laptop easy peasy, and while you're at it, you can charge your cellphone and tablet at the same time, anytime, anywhere.

The Reach Go is the first USB-C battery pack that has the speed and power, but eventually every power bank will be depleted. As phones laptops continue  to move away from replaceable batteries, alternative charging is your only option. 

Reference: Reach Go Power Bank