The idea of this project is solving the problem of natural user-interaction with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) objects through creation of mid-air tactile sensations for related industries (e.g. Microsoft Hololens).
When we hold a “real” object,
Our team at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center developed a highly accurate method for measuring liquid levels using optical fibers. Unlike liquid level gauges currently on the market that rely on discrete measurements to give broad approximations of liquid levels, Armstrong’
Revolutionary Digital Stepper Device
The Cerfite digital stepper device can travel at two or more speeds, precisely variable or steady, stop in place and hold position while power is off. It uses little power allowing it to operate wirelessly. Due to same material interface,
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has developed a next generation, direct-feed fuel cell that is cleaner, cheaper, and more efficient than existing fuel cells. Methanol fuel cells use an oxidation/reduction reaction to generate electrical power without polluting the air or burning non-renewable fossil fuels.
The objectives of this research is to design and test a suitable set of drip irrigation powered by solar cell. Solar panel is used to charge the battery which helps to run the motor in irrigation field. Soil moisture sensor measure the moisture level in the soil.
Over the last few decades, the use of public transportation has been attractive to most of the people. The increase in passenger count has made ticket vending and vehicular monitoring a complex task. In addition to this,
The main objective of this project is to make life comfortable and easier for disabled and elderly people by using a handheld smart controller device. The smart controller device which is designed suits all types of disabled people such as the deaf, dumb and physically challenged.
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