A concept for a transparent mobile phone, the world's first bionic eye, more jobs for robots in hospitals, sign-spinners get automated, controlling fighting robots across the web, and a bike that cleans the air its rider breathes.
On today's GeekBeat, we check out a transparent cellphone concept, the world's first bionic eye, fighting robots you can control from the internet and a bike that cleans the air that the rider breathes! Plus, automated sign-spinners and robots in hospitals!
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Polytron Technologies is showing off a concept for a transparent phone. Do you want a phone you can see through?
Bionic Vision Australia has implanted the worldâ€™s first bionic eye. A woman named Dianne Ashworth has the early prototype attached to her retina.
Robots are used in operating rooms for tasks that require extreme precision, but General Electric has visions of their roles expanding to sterilizing, sorting, and delivering the proper instruments to the O.R.
In California, not even the street-side sign-spinners' jobs are safe from robots! That's right, human sign-spinners are being replaced by robots.
Cloudrobots takes the idea of robot boxers and allows you to battle it out with people all over the world with real robots.