A biodegradable drone
A team of students from Stanford, brown, and Spelman college have created a biodegradable drone. The drone is made from fibrous mycelium, which is a root-like material found in fungi. The material is covered in cellulose and all the circuits are printed using silver nanoparticle ink. This means that the drone will actually fully decompose over a few months, though future versions could disappear in as few as 4 days.
Digital signage that delivers targeted ads
Photon Interactive — which bills itself as the largest global provider of Cloud-to-Consumer User Experiences — is teaming up with Panasonic to bring a version of this targeted advertising to life...