Keep up to date on the latest developments in the technology industry as we bring to you the Top 7 Popular and Latest Technology Inventions you Will Like to Know. These inventions range from 2016 – 2017 and they are currently been use on mostly our daily activities, check them out . . . .
7. 3 D PRINTER CAR
Strati is an electric car developed by Local Motors and manufactured in collaboration with Cincinnati Incorporated and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. It is the world’s first electric car to heavily utilize 3D-printing during the production process. The car was manufactured using a Large Scale 3D Printer developed by ORNL and Cincinnati Inc.
Following the design competition, Local Motors handed off the design to the engineers at ORNL who perfected the process of Large Scale 3D Printing such that the Local Motors design could actually be manufactured. The 3D printing process enables car construction with as little as 40 parts. Everything in the design is rationalized thereby making this method of car designing to be economical and time saving. Car enthusiasts can create designs of customized cars, send them to the manufacturers and get their car delivered to their door step within less than a week.
6. HAND POWERED DISH WASHER
This compact tabletop dishwasher is powered by a simple hand crank and doesn’t require electricity like typical dishwashers. By manually moving its hand crank, you can easily clean all dishes within mere one minute. It not only cuts out electricity, but also saves a lot of water compared to hand washing, as it needs only 0.7 gallons of water per load. Thus, saves environment while keeping kitchen clean as well as maximizing available space.
For cleaning dishes, all you need to do is pull out its bottom tray, fill it with water and sodium acetate tablets that heat up water. Put dishes into the dishwasher, then turn the crank to quickly wash the load. It uses a centrifuge mechanism to spray water up from the base for cleaning dishes within a minute.
Circo dishwasher even doubles as a convenient drying rack once the dishes are clean. Just open its door to let them air dry or simply pull out the rack and place on top of the device.
5. POUNDED YAM MACHINE
Peak Yam Pounder is a special yam pounding machine that Pound Yam in less than 2 minutes. All you need to do is “boil the yam, plug the machine to socket and in less than 2 minutes your pounded yam is ready. Peak Yam Pounding Machines are electro-mechanical devices designed to perform the task of converting boiled yam into pounded yam by a mechanical process that is electrically and electronically controlled.
4. SELF DRIVING TRUCK
Self-driving vehicles are cars or trucks in which human drivers are never required to take control to safely operate the vehicle. Also known as autonomous or “driverless” cars, they combine sensors and software to control, navigate, and drive the vehicle.
Currently, there are no legally operating, fully-autonomous vehicles in the United States. There are, however, partially-autonomous vehicles—cars and trucks with varying amounts of self-automation, from conventional cars with brake and lane assistance to highly-independent, self-driving prototypes.
3. PAYING WITH YOUR FACE
Technology from Face++ is already being used in several popular apps. It is possible to transfer money through Alipay, a mobile payment app used by more than 120 million people in China, using only your face as credentials. Forget cash, credit cards or a smartphone — customers can now settle the bill with their face thanks to new technology unveiled.
2. OMNIDIRECTIONAL CAMERA
In photography, an omnidirectional camera (from “omni”, meaning all) is a camera with a 360-degree field of view in the horizontal plane, or with a visual field that covers (approximately) the entire sphere. Omnidirectional cameras are important in areas where large visual field coverage is needed, such as in panoramic photography and robotics.
1. BODY SCANNER MACHINE
A full-body scanner is a device that detects objects on a person’s body for security screening purposes, without physically removing clothes or making physical contact. Depending on the specific technology, the operator may see an alternate-wavelength image of the person’s naked body, or merely a cartoon-like representation of the person with an indicator showing where any suspicious items were detected.
For privacy and security reasons, the display is generally not visible to other passengers, and in some cases is located in a separate room where the operator cannot see the face of the person being screened. Unlike metal detectors, full-body scanners can detect non-metal objects, which became an increasing concern after various airliner bombing attempts in the 2000s.