2017 Inventions was one of the yearly inventions that stand out among other year inventions mind blowing technology that has come to stay to help human in achieving of personal and collective goals. Below are Top 7 2017 Inventions That Will Interest You, A Robot You Can Relate To. Glasses That Give Sight to the Blind. Guilt-Free Ice Cream. Makeup Shades for Every Skin Tone. Mugs That Heat Your Coffee Just Right. Elevators That Move Beyond Up and Down. A Smarter Smartphone. A Hijab That Empowers Muslim Athletes.
7. JIBO ROBOT
Jibo robot is different from other robot . Not just that it different but that’s how Jibo refers to himself—looks like something straight out of a Pixar movie, with a big, round head and a face that uses animated icons to convey emotion. Been part of 2017 inventions it’s not just that his body swivels and swerves while he speaks, as if he’s talking with his nonexistent hands. It’s not just that he can giggle and dance and turn to face you, wherever you are, as soon as you say, “Hey, Jibo.” It’s that, because of all this, Jibo seems downright human in a way that his predecessors do not.
Personal robots, such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, have come a long way in recent years. But fundamentally, they’re still stationary speakers whose defining expression is a light that turns on when you speak.
Jibo still has a lot to learn. Although he can help users in basic ways, like by summarizing news stories and taking photos, he can’t yet play music requests or work with third-party apps like Domino’s and Uber, which, at $899, could make him a tough sell. But Matt Revis, the company’s vice president of product management, is confident Jibo will evolve. “There was a threshold we had to reach in order to launch,” a 2017 invention, invented by Revis. “Now it’s part of the journey.” —Lisa Eadicicco.
6. ESIGHT 3 – CLEARER THAN CLEAR.
Effortlessly focus on the things you love, whether you are painting, traveling, watching TV, or doing whatever else your heart desires.
For the millions of people who are legally blind, navigation is a routine challenge. Though support canes and guide dogs can help, they cannot mimic actual vision. eSight 3 can. Think of it as the world’s most powerful pair of glasses: once users put on eSight, it records high definition video and uses magnification, contrast and proprietary algorithms to enhance that imagery into something the legally blind can see—enabling them to partake in a variety of activities, including sports, that would otherwise be off-limits. At $9,995, the device, which launched in February, is not accessible to everyone (though the company does help connect would-be buyers with funding sources, including grants).
5. MOLEKULE – 2017 Inventions
An Air Filter That Zaps Away Pollutants
2017 Invention – Most air filters improve air quality by trapping harmful pollutants in a filter. Molekule takes that idea one step further—by destroying them altogether. The key is its specially coated nanofilter, which is designed to react with light in a way that prevents toxins, including mold and bacteria particles, from growing back. It’s similar to “the way light shines on a solar cell and generates electricity,” a 2017 inventions, invented by Jaya Rao, who co-founded the company alongside her brother, CEO Dilip Goswami, and father, Dr. Yogi Goswami, who heads the Clean Energy Research Center at the University of South Florida.
4. IPHONE X
Taking an Exclusive First Look at the iPhone X as one of the 2017 invention at the Apple Store in New York. The iPhone X released for pre-order last week and, ahead of the first batch of handsets arriving in store on November 3, Highsnobiety got to visit the Apple Store in New York for a hands-on look at the new device. We tested the X’s Face ID feature, its new camera abilities, and, most importantly, the Animojis to see how they stack up in Apple’s most expensive and most limited iPhone yet.
3. FORWARD – 2017 Inventions
Forward provides you with personalized primary care, combining world-class doctors with advanced medical technology including genetics, cancer screening & wellness tracking. For $149 a month, users get unlimited access to genetic screenings, blood testing, weight-loss planning, routine doctors’ visits and more all of which help Forward“look toward your future and look out for things that are longer term,” 2017 inventions, invented by Adrian Aoun, the founder and CEO, and a former Google executive.
2. ADIDAS FUTURECRAFT 4D
The idea behind the Futurecraft 4D Adidas is that it lets you run faster, pivot better and jump higher, a new sneaker from Adidas whose midsole can be expertly tailored to the needs of its wearers—not only in size and shape, but also in flexibility, impact type, cushioning and more.
The key is the 3-D printing process, which enables Adidas to“look at every single square millimeter of a midsole and tune it from a performance standpoint. But the Futurecraft 4D midsoles can be printed in as little as two hours, meaning Adidas could even produce them in stores. At least that’s a possibility for the future. For now, Adidas is rolling out a standardized version (based on 17 years’ worth of data from runners) beginning in mid-December. —Julia Zorthian.
1. Willow Pump
A Portable, Wearable Breast Pump, No external tubes, No cords and No dangling bottles.
Everything you need to pump (yes, even the Milk Bag) is inside Willow®. Designed to work quietly in your bra with no attachments, Willow lets you keep your clothes on—so you can move and pump as you please. Breastfeeding is easier said than done, especially for moms on the go.
Most electric breast pumps use air-horn-shaped collection bottles, which are tethered to loud, whirring machines. Mountain View, Calif.–based Willow is working to change that. Its battery-powered alternative is quiet and small enough so that women can slip it into their bra and pump wherever they want. (Each is lined with a freezer-safe bag.)“Instead of scheduling life around the pump, you can play with an older child or take a conference call,” 2017 inventions, invented by Naomi Kelman, the company’s president and CEO.