A mini robot that swims through your bloodstream in order to administer medication. It may sound like science fiction for now, but it can easily become reality.
Students at the Dutch TU/e have developed a new app that uses algorithms to check if exposure to light is disrupting natural biorhythms, energy levels and and sleep patterns.
It looks like a lamppost, but Signify turned it into an intelligent communicator – New York is installing half a million of them
The systems supports noise and motion monitoring, gunshot detection, air quality, ice and snow detection, weather detection, traffic optimization, parking management, digital kiosks, and more
Near-field light has great potential for applications in particle manipulation, molecular detection and optical communication.
Lidar systems are essential in the development of autonomously moving cars and, for example, robots that move independently. It is a technology in which laser […]
This May, the Formula 1 cars will race the Zandvoort circuit for the first time since 1985. Many Dutch people wonder if Max Verstappen could […]
If you say internet, we say wifi. But that is about to change. At least if it is up to Signify. Because in the future, […]
Vacuum’s empty, isn’t it? Or is it not? At least not for quantum physicists. Because they assume that even here, particles and anti-particles fluctuate. So […]
Light is the city of light; But not light like a feather. The light of this city; is because of a bulb! A world-famous poem […]
Eindhoven wants to become a smart society. But how does that work? What’s going on in a society like that? Are there any good examples […]
BLOB the Bulb is one of the highlights of GLOW Eindhoven 2017. The building of the BLOB – or Binary Large OBject – is located in […]