10 Most Interesting Inventions of Recent Times
About three centuries ago since science revolution, technology has never disappointed us. Yes, you can spare lethal arms which served destructive purposes more than peaceful. Here’s a list of 10 most interesting inventions in recent time.
The Square is simply a credit card reader that lets you execute online payment in a second just by swiping your credit card onto it. No need of computer, laptop or any bulky device. Just your phone, sitting in a bus for example, and here you go.
The UNO, A One-wheel Motorbike
It is probably the best invention in minimal and compact transportation arena, though not the very first. We’d talked about RYNO Micro Bike before too. The UNO uses gyro technology to maintain the balance. It’s an ebike and starts accelerating when you lean forward.
Humans have always inspired by nature to invent different things. Shinkansen is a Japanese bullet train and an example of biomimicry. The nose of the train took its shape from the beak of Kingfisher bird. It reduced two things miraculously, noise and friction.
Self-Sufficient Eco Skyscraper
Bahrain built world’s first skyscraper to be fully powered by wind turbines. This is Bahrain World Trade Center, the twin towers, which are powered by wind turbine technology, not by expensive electricity produced by oil and gas. This new trend is widely appreciated in the Middle East.
No gasoline, no money. That’s a cool idea, thanks to the electric cars invention. We know Tesla Model S has gained a name for that already in the US. We need to incorporate more green technology in order to save our environment from pollution.
Aspirant entrepreneurs try to materialize their ideas in this superb reality show ‘Shark Tank’. Five sharks, the giants of their respective fields who themselves were once trying to turn their ideas to life, listen to the ideas of entrepreneurs. If an entrepreneur succeeds to convince a single shark for investing, others start bidding and the price of investment drives up, madly. You can assume this as an offline version of Kickstarter.
Yves Rossy is the inventor of the Jetman, a human-plane. He connected a small jet engine to the carbon wings and flew over Dubai. (No, not like This).
GPS Tracking in Vehicles
It’s been years since we’ve seeing new cars featuring GPS technology. However, it’s worth it to be mentioned in top 10 technological inventions. Drivers can track and navigate using GPS technology and modern day cars are offering a plenty of other smart uses and features. Insurance companies these days are also utilizing the inclusive recording of drivers’ behaviors to modify their insurance policies.
Watermill – Turning Air into Water
Canadian based bottled water company Element Four has invented Watermill that’ll Turn Air Into Water. It’ll cost 3 cents for a liter. They’ll provide it to those people living in water deficient areas or countries. This water producer machine is portable and eco-friendly and turns air into water when temperature is saturated with enough water vapors it needs to condense.
This looks like an alien armor ship but it’s not. It is a big Moving House powered by solar energy. It has a bedroom, kitchen, toilet and a staircase. A fair system of collecting rainwater and use it for different purposes is also a stark feature of this portable house. You can see it moving like a robot in the streets of Cambridgeshire, England.