When technology is taken to be so much of an advantage and effectiveness, then it has its sole purpose of satisfying and making human’s efforts simple and eventually the tech itself is done by a person. Since there exist so many sources where technology is useful, there are still few developments that are useful to an individual itself. Therefore let us look at the top ten techs and devices that can be used over at human’s self itself.
1. ARTIFICIAL CELLS
Daniel Hammer, the professor of bio-engineering, Pennsylvania gave the first artificial cells that are from polymers. These artificial cells travel through the body and could deliver the drugs to the right spot where they are in need. It will be simpler and safer to fight certain diseases like cancer through these artificial cells.
2. ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS
The artificial pancreas is helpful for monitoring a person’s blood sugar level and the level of insulin. The director of strategic research projects, Aaron Kowalski, made this machine. This device would initially be in a two combination technology with an insulin pump and a glucose monitor.
3. BIONIC EYES
The bionic eyes contain a unique set of glasses with a small digital camera which is attached to the lens. The wire in the camera translates the image into the implanting stimulator. The stimulator then delivers the pictures into the human visual system.
4. SMART KNEE
The artificial intelligence researchers Hugh Herr and Ari Wilkenfeld made the artificial knee. The team named it as RHEO which is a prosthetic knee. Initially, the electronic knee could be open for programming by a technician, and later it becomes a comfortable and a daily part of their living in people.
5. ELECTRONIC TONGUE
Electronic tongue is by Dean Neikirk, the professor of engineering, Texas University. The electronic tongue uses microspheres and tiny sensors that change the color when they are under the exposure at particular conditions.
6. WEARABLE KIDNEY
When a person’s kidney fails from removing the toxins from the blood, then balancing the fluid levels is very difficult. Dialysis is the only solution. But the wearable kidney is so small and is lightweight to wear like a belt that can alter the person’s problem. The wearable kidney is under design by David B. N Lee and Martin Roberts. This is useful for about 24 hours a day just like an original kidney present internally in the human body.
7. BIONIC LIMBS
When a person amputee his hand, then they can use the bionic limbs or prosthetic arm. The limb was made by Dr. Todd Kuiken. The bionic arm directly connecting into the brain with the help of the healthy inner motor nerves that are very much useful for running inside the person’s missing limb. When a patient wants to move his hand, the nerves sent the signal to the real hand, and hence they move their parts freely.
8. REGROWN BONE
Proteins are presented to the bone tissue for developing in its patches on the missing or damaging parts. But that technology is not fully reliable. In 2005, the researchers at UCLA designed the specific type of cells and were also successful in it. Relieving backbone spine is now done using this re-growing bone technology.
9. PROSTHETIC BRAIN
Replacing a part of the brain is not very a simple task, but in the future, this could be possible. Theodore Berger, a professor of the Southern California University, made a computer chip in the place of the hippocampus, a part of a brain that can control short-term memory and spatial understanding. The patient prone to Alzheimer and stroke is possible to lead a normal life from this technology.
10. ELECTRONIC SKIN
Skin is the very much essential part of our human body. Accidently when a burn strikes, the skin gets burnt and bruises. To prevent this, the Stanford Scientists have given the synthetic skin. The electronic layer is super-durable and is super-flexible. The electronic layer is self- powering, and it contains a high amount of solar cells which are all beneficial to the person.