3Novices:Technology › Smart diaper generates power from urine — 3novicesjapan

Ritsumeikan University has developed a “wireless involuntary urination sensor system,” which notifies the user of the timing of replacing a paper diaper via wireless communication without using a battery. The university expects that it will be used at nursing facilities that care patients of urinary incontinence. It demonstrated the system… http://ift.tt/2iurL1d #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia #Japan […]

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Out of the Cakebox – Surprising Mango Sticky Rice, Chendol and Watermelon Cakes At Our Tampines Hub — Kopitiam Bot

(Source: danielfooddiary.com) by admin You may just miss this unassuming cake shop Out of the Cakebox at the basement of the new Our Tampines Hub at Tampines Ave 4. With desserts like Chendol Fudge, Mango Sticky Rice, Watermelon Cake, White Rabbit (yeah, that nostalgic sweet), Rose Lychee, Matcha Yuzu Cheesecake— not only are they creative, […]

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Who Has To Work The Longest To Afford An iPhone?

How many hours must you work to buy a new iPhone? It varies dramatically around the world, reflecting disparities in productivity and purchasing power. According to a recent report by UBS that aims to measure well-being by estimating how many minutes workers in various countries must work to afford either an iphone, a Big Mac, a […]

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ICYMI: Amazon wants to revolutionize grocery shopping — AIVAnet

Today on In Case You Missed It: Amazon created a smart store in Seattle which is currently open to just employees but next year will open to all. It lets people saunter in, grab whatever they need, then leave without formally checking out. The trick is in using the Amazon Go app and all the sensors within the store, which track which items are placed in a basket and charges shoppers accordingly. Meanwhile, Georgia Tech created a ‘TuneTable,’ an interactive table with moving coaster-sized tiles people use to both program and then play music. If you’re interested, the Guinness Book of World Records video for candles is here, and the behind-the-scenes video from Rogue One is here. As always, please share any interesting tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @msk

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Calaway Park offers family fun at a great price. But wait, there’s more — Calgary Herald

For families planning a road trip in 2017, a stop at Calgary’s Calaway Park makes good holiday sense. Western Canada’s largest outdoor amusement park boasts rides for all ages, free parking and even a handy fully serviced on-site campground. It truly makes an affordable vacation. And right now the park has further sweetened the deal.…

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