Posts Tagged: invisible

Gore Invisible Fit shoes will keep your feet dry during the wettest of runs

We can all agree on one thing: Running in the rain is not fun. Wet feet mean blisters, but the fabric specialists over at W.L. Gore and Associates can fix that. Their new material can keep you dry, yet retain the feel of a running shoe.

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Wearables–Digital Trends

Turn buildings solar without compromising its style with ‘invisible’ panels

By ditching conventional solar panel design in favor of common construction material, the Italian company Dyaqua offers solar solutions in wood, stone, or cement. The company recently launched the product on Indiegogo.

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Cool Tech–Digital Trends

Jiobit aims to make wearables so discreet they’re practically invisible

Jiobit is building a revolutionary chip that, using machine learning and contextual clues, could drastically improve the battery life of wearables. It’s working on smartwatches for kids., but it has bigger plans for the future.

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Wearables–Digital Trends

Flickr’s new image compression was almost invisible, until it wasn’t

Ugh, it's all pixelated. Ugh, artifacts. Compression is otherwise a pretty useful trick for squeezing more stuff (photos, video and more) into less space, but something typically gets lost in the process. Sometimes it's indistinguishable, other times…
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