Here comes another intriguing one! “Emergency blood autotransfusion system” (EAT-SET); Africans are really paving the way in science and technology. The device (system) is a low-cost blood transfusion system which has the ability to recover blood from a patient’s internal bleeding organs and then re-infuses the blood back into the patient’s blood system at the same time preventing blood loss. The most interesting part of this is that it has been designed to transfuse blood in a safe and non-infectious manner. It also works without electricity.)
Rtd. Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Oviemo’s invention, the EAT-SET is a simpler, inexpensive and effective compared to the conventional Auto-transfusion technique being used in the industrialized nations.
For the most part, electric cars have been slow, sexless and stolid to drive—or stunningly expensive. So when BMW, the self-described maker of the ultimate driving machine, announced it would start selling them, it had a high bar to clear. In addition to getting 70 to 110 miles (113 to 177 km) on a single three-hour charge, its novel design allows drivers to use a single pedal to both accelerate and brake ,press down to go, ease up to stop, which results in more energy-efficient driving
For more than 60 years, coolers have done a fine job putting party refreshments on ice. But that wasn’t good enough for Ryan Grepper. “We wanted the cooler to be a place where people gather to have all the things that make a space somewhere you want to hang out,” says the former medical sales rep.
The result is the world’s smartest all-purpose party starter. It stores food and drinks. But it also touts a blender, an LED lid light, a USB charger, a Bluetooth speaker and big wheels designed to navigate many terrains.
If 2013 was the year in which selfie became a buzzword, then 2014 was the year selfies became a cultural phenomenon.Many of them, like a hairbrush that holds your smartphone, are more goofy than game changing. But the selfie stick produced by multiple brands, which enables users to position their smartphone beyond arms’ reach to get better photo angles.
The three-in-one Hybrid Sports Bike combines pedal power with electric and gas motors. A few of those prototypes, however, are intended for actual street use. One such vehicle, called the Hybrid Sports Bike, or HSB, received a rather warm reception at the 2012 Auto Show not bad for a first of its kind hybrid bike created by a then-grad student over the course of a year.