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Ideas of the week 4th-Nov-2011

This week’s post for the Ideas of the week featuring ideas that might change our world.

 

1. The i-Pod’s inventor creates a self-learning thermostat
Innovation+Design+Better Living

The nest thermostat is a self-learning, self-programming thermostat which is gorgeous, intuitive, and more necessary than you think. More

 

 

 

2. Shoe for visually impaired
Innovation+Technology+Humanity

A shoe that helps visually impaired people walk around without any stick by alerting them about their environment. More

 

 

 

3. More Than Facebook: The Time Is Right For Social Business
Social Media

The era of social business is here and it is becoming clear just how transformative it will be. But many are still asking, “What does social business really mean?” More

 

 

 

4. Why You Won’t Hear About the Next Solar Tech Breakthrough
Innovation+Solar Energy+Technology

Climate Progress reports that the latest, greatest breakthrough has, in fact, already happened. It does have a cool name-the optical cavity furnace. More

 

 

 

5. The Future of Trash: 4 Ways Tech Is Improving Recycling Rates
Technology+Environment+Recycling

The world is now inhabited by 7 billion individuals, and as you can imagine, we produce a lot of trash but there are several ways to go about this improving recycling rates and reducing waste. More

 

 

 

6. Amazon ‘Flow’ App Brings Image-Recognition Purchasing to iPhones
Augmented Reality+Image recognition

Amazon has unveiled an augmented-reality iPhone app that allows users to find information about products around them.More

 

 

 

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Meanwhile the small idea at our Garage Sale

Build Your Own House

 

An app that gives you a feel of what your house will look like even while it’s being constructed! More

 

 

 

This week’s post compiled by Nitish Sharma

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