Washable keyboard

K310 Keyboard, Logitech's latest product, could be put directly into water below 50 degree Celsius and washed. There are plugholes on the back of the keyboard, therefore, after washing, it can be left to dry in the air. Its waterproof depth is 30cm.

3D printed mandible

Research personnel of the University

Hasselt recently successfully implanted a 3D printed mandible in an 83 years old woman. It is the first time in the world that a custom-made material was used to replace the whole mandible. The 3D printed mandible weight around 107g, only 30g heavier than a real one. Therefore it is very suitable for patients to use.

Quick print concept camera

This is an ultra thin camera with quick print function. After shooting a picture, you only need to put the picture on your clothes and press the "print" button to print it on cloth or paper. It is similar to a seal, but its pictures can be updated whenever you like.

Solar energy absorbing exhibition hall

In the Smart City Expo & World Congress in Barcelona, a strange exhibition hall designed by a Spanish company for Endesa caught people's attention. Although its appearance lacks symmetry, every single extrude trigone paved with solar panels has undergone precise calculations so as to ensure the best incidence angle of the sunlight which will let in the maximum light at a particular moment. Meanwhile, the downwards windows and the huge eaves serve to save people inside the building from swelter and dizziness.

The J-Innovation

Steve Jobs died the month that the latest Nobel Prize winners were announced. The coincidence lends itself to speculation about inevitability.

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