WAHT ARE THE MOST EXPNSIVE THINGS IN THE WORLD-VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS HERE

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Have you ever heard of Buckypaper? It is one of the strongest materials known to man. This carbon nanotechnology material is 500 times stronger than steel and ten times lighter. Believe it or not, Spider’s silk is also on this list. And one is from outer space. Are you familiar with any of them?

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From glue sticks filled with butter to shoes with an in-built air conditioning system, we count 20 of the most bizarre and utterly useless inventions some people actually believed might take off in mainstream culture.

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THIS 1mm CUBE MINIATURE CIRCUIT WILL POWER ITSELF UNIVERSITY SAYS

Tackling the challenge of power consumption on miniaturized computer systems, researchers at the University of Michigan College of Engineering have designed a one-cubic-millimeter circuit that can power itself. This particular device is aimed at inter-ocular pressure monitoring for glaucoma diagnosis and management, and can be implanted in the eye with a simple outpatient technique. U-M scientists, including Electrical Engineering and Computer Science professors Dennis Sylvester and David Blaauw, hope to make the sensors in volume at the U-M and disseminate them to other researchers in an effort to open up new areas of application.

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COULD THIS BE THE SKIN OF THE FUTURE FOR ROBOTS & MAYBE MANKIND?

An international research team led by Professor Takao Someya of the University of Tokyo has manufactured extremely thin (2 μm) and light (3 g/m2) soft organic transistor integrated circuits (ICs) on ultra-thin polymeric films. The research team developed a novel technique to form a high-quality 19-nm-thick insulating layer on the rough surface of the 1.2-μm-thick polymeric film. The electrical properties and mechanical performance of the flexible ICs were practically unchanged (no degradation was seen) even when squeezed to a bending radius of 5 μm, dipped in physiological saline, or stretched to up to twice their original size. A major application of this flexible IC and touch sensor system is medical monitoring. “This can be attached to all sorts of surfaces and does not limit the movement of the person wearing it,” says Someya.

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VIDEO ON HOW THE NEW TECHNOLOGY WILL EFFECT THE FUTURE OF HUMANS

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Audio Illusion

This is an audio illusion that continues to creep higher and higher every time you play it.  After hearing it many times it’s still difficult to hear exactly where the sound comes back around to where it started.

PLAY VIDEO BELOW

http://www.maniacworld.com/Audio-Illusion.html

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Nuts Illusion

I wonder how realistic this looks in real life, because on video – it’s looks like a pretty good trick.  That’s nuts!

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEE VIDEO BELOW AS TO THE ACTION & SECRET

http://www.maniacworld.com/nuts-illusion.html

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