WCSA - Daily Highlights – January 31, 2019 - BreadBot Automates The Entire Bread-Making Process For Bakeries
(Wcsa.world) Truth be told, I don’t know anyone who actually makes bread at home. I mean, getting one from a bakery just seems infinitely simpler (and, usually, better-tasting). Well, the BreadBot doesn’t intend to change that. Instead, the machine is intended to make bakeries more efficient by leaving the job of making bread entirely to the robots.
(Worldkings.org) Reduce the amount of time you spend cleaning up after your dog with the INUBOX Smart Dog Toilet.
WCSA - Daily Highlights – January 25, 2019 - Wi-Fi Porter puck lets guests log into your wireless network with a single tap
(Wcsa.world) You know the scenario: A group of friends and family come to visit, and they all want to get on your Wi-Fi network, which means several tedious minutes of reading out the lengthy passcode for your network. That's a problem that the new Wi-Fi Porter could solve.
(Wcsa.world) Easily calm down with the Kitoki Calming Fresh Air Device.
(Wcsa.world) Effectively recover hand function with the Rapael Smart Hand Rehabilitation Glove.
(Wcsa.world) You may not give your grip strength much thought, but it's important for many daily tasks, and for lessening the chances of developing repetitive strain injury. A new "smart" squeezable stress ball is intended to help you build that strength – and the device is known as Squegg.
(Wcsa.world) It's an unfortunate fact that many seniors end up becoming socially isolated and mentally unstimulated. Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its artificially-intelligent ElliQ system. The technology was on display this week at CES 2019.
(Wcsa.world) New Year is the time or day at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar's year count increments by one.
(Wcsa.world) Thirty years ago, Prague was a mystery to travelers in Europe; now, however, it is one of the most popular destinations on the continent, drawing about 4 million visitors each year.
(Wcsa.world) Invented in 1439 by the German Johannes Gutenberg, this device in many ways laid the foundation for our modern age. It allowed ink to be transferred from the movable type to paper in a mechanized way. This revolutionized the spread of knowledge and religion as previously books were generally hand-written.