The most read news of the last week selected by the editorial staff of “The Patent” Magazine: Pura-Case, silicone headphones, Plexiglas barriers at school and electricity from shadows.
What are the most read news of the last week? What were the trending topics in the world of innovation? What has been talked about on social networks around the world? To answer these questions, we have selected the news that, in the last week, had the most visibility on our portal and have access to the curiosity of our readers. The most read news concerns the Pura-Case system to sanitize clothes in the home closet but there are also interesting articles for fans of Environment, Gadgets and Technology.
The most read news of the week
The studio CRA – Carlo Ratti Associati presented Pura-Case, an ingenious clothes rack capable of sanitizing the clothes that are hung inside. The device is an authentic concentration of technology and exploits the bactericidal action of ozone to disinfect jackets, shirts, sweaters and trousers. Pura-Case is small and easy to use: it can be installed in a home environment and complete a purification cycle in about one hour. Pura Case was developed by the same team of designers who – last year – obtained an important recognition from the Times thanks to Scribit, the “robot-artist” who brings art on the walls of the house (WATCH THE VIDEO). Read on.
Music is a constant partner of our days. Between professionals and common enthusiasts, users are always looking for innovations and improvements. Today we present a product that could represent a turning point in the earphone market. Arioso System GmbH, a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, has developed the first earphones made entirely of silicone. Read on.
The bell will ring again in September. According to the latest rumors – also confirmed by Minister Azzolina during a videoconference with Premier Conte – students of Italian schools of all levels will return in September. The return, however, will not be like the other years. In order to contain the contagion from Coronavirus, Plexiglas separator panels will most likely be installed in the classrooms. This hypothesis was put forward by the Minister of Education. Read on.
“Shadow energy generator” is the name of a new device that can pave the way for a great innovation. The discovery, presented in the journal Energy & Environmental Science, originated at the National University of Singapore. The researchers have tried to exploit the contrast between light and shadow that is created in the interior of homes to produce electricity in an innovative way. Read on.