For science! Normally, mammals don’t have the ability to have infrared vision, as it’s just outside of what we consider to be the visible spectrum. However, scientists at Duke University have effectively given infrared vision to their lab rats by way of a neuroprosthesis.
Codenamed Odin, the new chip will be made in both quad-core and octa-core flavors with the Cortex-A15 cores getting clocked at up to 2.2GHz. Yes, that means you may soon have an LG phone with an octa-core 2.2GHz processor running the show.
Athletes who use heart rate monitors know the exquisite pleasure of wearing a chest strap to pick up heart rate and other electrical signals. This invention out of Korea should eliminate the need for that sort of thing. It’s the BioShirt, and it has sensors in it. The special monitoring system sends all sorts of […]