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World’s First Flexible Organic Transistor

Flexible Organic Transistor

Group of Japanese researchers at Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) has succeeded in manufacturing on polymeric film the world’s first sterilizable flexible organic transistor featuring a high thermo stability at 150 degrees Celsius and low driving voltage at 2V. The new transistor is durable enough to be subjected to high temperature medical sterilization process. The major key in achieving heat resistance organic transistor is in forming technique of an ultrathin insulator film which is based on developing a technique to form extraordinary densely packed self-assembled monolayer (SAM) films with thickness as small as 2 nanometers on a polymeric film.

Vaudeville Robot

Vaudeville Robot

Tomorrow's world is staring you in the face, in the form of a 3.8m robot capable of fitting a human pilot inside. Japanese robot enthusiasts have begun building that futuristic vision — and they have several clever ideas for controlling the nearly five-ton robot in ways that evoke different science fiction films.

Case Mods

Case ModsCase Mods

When it comes to the gear-head mentality, car enthusiasts have nothing on PC users. And while many of the hardcore are content to spend their time squeezing every last bit of performance out of their rigs, a select few take their art further.

Amphibious Vehicle

According to Wikipedia, “An amphibious vehicle (or simply amphibian), is a vehicle or craft, that is a means of transport, viable on land as well as on water.” Now, here’s an amphibian sports car called Hydra Spyder.

Amphibious Vehicle

The build process for the Hydra Spyder has taken approximately 16 months from conception to completion. The idea was to build a unique amphibious vehicle, built for speed, which would introduce an entirely new means of transportation to the market.

Blue and Me

Blue and Me

If you have watched the film “Inspector Gadget” you’ll know that Inspector has a Gadgetmobile (Matra Murena) which people can communicate directly with it. Seems kind of like fictions, but now here’s a device, although not as good as the Gadgetmobile, but it really can reads vocal commands from its user.

“Blue&Me” the result of the collaboration between Fiat Auto and Microsoft, that change the way you communicate and listen to music on the car.