Cal Tech have created a chip that emits and receives tetrahertz rays – a T-ray sensor. These new sensors also for better detecting gestures.
Computational photography referes to techniques for enhanced photography by combining multiple, but varied, images of the same subject to produce superior images.
Optogenetics uses light to selectively control precise neural activity within cells in the brain, finely measuring brain function.
Neuroinformatics is a multidisciplinary approach to computationally analyse and manage data gathered from the nervous system.
Biometric sensors measure and analyse human body characteristics such as DNA, fingerprints and eye retinas, especially used for identification.
Smart power meters allow 2 way communication from power consumers to centralised power management systems forming part of a smart power grid to optimise consumption and reduce wasted power usage.
Biomarkers are a naturally occurring molecule, gene, or characteristic by which a particular pathological or physiological process, disease or infection can be identified
Computer vision is the methods for machines to acquire, process, analyze, and understand video and images.
Near-field communication (NFC) is a technology standard allowing devices to talk to each other by being placed in close proximity.
Pervasive video capture refers to constant or sensor triggered recording of video from a range of cameras, especially personal, wearable devices.