2012
Electronics

Background
Today we are living in a "touch world” where we enjoy Facebook and YouTube every day. We are more social than ever before, we watch the world through a camera. Let’s have a look at YouTube statistics: over 4 billion videos are viewed a day,

While taking pictures, keeping the camera level cuts off the top of tall buildings. If we tilt the camera upwards to include the top of the tall building, it results in Vertical Perspective.

This happens because the position of the image sensor is fixed in the camera.

Since the dawn of time mankind has strived to keep “the fire going” to store energy! Energy storage is the key to species advancement.

All evolved organisms have learned to do this very well,

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) mounting technologies have been improving continuously parallel with the advent of new advanced components up to the level of Surface Mounting Devices (SMD) and the technology is itself called Surface Mounting Technology (SMT). However,

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A pen-sized smartphone equipped with a stick out rollable touch screen system may revolutionize the entire way that we communicate and utilize our multimedia devices (smartphone, tablets, PC, etc).

This can be the killer app of the future. Properly adapted to an earmounted multifunctional device (micro, speaker.

Currently, all projector screens are merely blank faces which reflect back light. This light is largely wasted. Although still in the very early stages of development,

Portable tester for measuring the IV curves of solar cells and modules. It is controlled and powered through a USB cable with any computer such as a laptop or netbook, so can be used outdoors for sunlight testing for several hours with no AC power cord.

This is a simple peripheral  designed to recondition the used papers which may still be able to be reused by removing all the text or images printed on the paper and then polished like a new sheet of paper. Why? Because paper is still desperately needed despite existing digital media,

This invention relates to search engines. Search engines use a lot of the available broadband radio spectrum, which contributes to sluggish performance and other system troubles. An overload of the communications system can have grave consequences: computer freezes and crashes at every level including our defense network,

Intermittency can be the curse of a solar PV cell, with no internal energy reserves to supply output energy when the radiating sun intensity is interrupted, even partially.

The simple solution is to:
(1) optimise the collection system by physical changes,

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