Latest inventions in electronics


From the latest smartphones and tablets to the newest gadgets in the world of home entertainment, we’re here to help you keep up with all things tech. If one thing’s for sure: there’s no shortage of amazing new products coming out every day! Here are some of the coolest creations we’ve seen in recent months.

Sony Smart Tennis Sensor

The Sony Smart Tennis Sensor is a device that measures and detects the speed of a tennis ball. It uses ultrasonic technology to detect the speed of the balls, which is then converted into an analog signal that can be used by your phone or tablet for tracking purposes.

The sensor will also alert you when you’ve hit your best shot or when it’s time for a change in pace on the court!

Soundlazer: The Laser Beam Speaker

Soundlazer is a laser beam speaker. It’s basically a laser-based speaker that lets you play music from anywhere, in any direction, and with no wires or Bluetooth connection required.

This technology was invented by Douglas Edwards, who also invented the first handheld video game console in 1978 (the Atari 2600). In addition to being able to play games on your phone or tablet using Bluetooth technology, you can simply point your phone at this device and it will play songs for you!

Sony HMZ-T3W Personal 3D Viewer

Sony’s HMZ-T3W Personal 3D Viewer is a Foldable, Portable Headset that allows you to view and experience virtual reality content in an immersive way.

This headset has a High Definition OLED display which allows for sharper images, more vivid colors, and greater contrast than other displays. The built-in camera can also be used for recording video or taking photos of your surroundings so that you can share them with friends when they come over – who says VR technology has to be limited only to movies?

The microphone also provides real sound so that even if there is no one around at the moment (or if someone else has their own headset), they will still hear what’s happening around them while enjoying themselves through this device! Finally, it comes equipped with built-in speakers which allow users who have trouble hearing well because they have grown older than others due to age-related hearing loss issues such as tinnitus or hyperacusis may notice improvements within just one week after purchase!

ZBoard 2 Electric Skateboard

ZBoard 2 is the world’s first electric skateboard, and it’s not just for show: the board can reach speeds of up to 22 miles per hour. That’s enough to keep you moving at a brisk pace without having to worry about how much power your legs have left in them.

The range of ZBoard 2 is 15 miles on one charge, which is good news if you’re planning on going far from home or need some extra distance between stops along your route. The battery takes just 20 minutes to charge up with its onboard charger (which also works as an extension cord) and can be charged quickly via any USB port—even ones built into cars or laptops!

Wireless Charging At A Distance

Wireless charging is the ability to charge electronic devices without connecting them to a power source. It’s available in a number of different forms, such as magnetic induction, resonant induction, and radio frequency.

Wireless charging is useful for people who want their phones or other gadgets charged while they’re on the go. It also works well with portable power sources like USB-C chargers or portable batteries that can be used while traveling.

Intel Realsense

Intel Realsense is a 3D camera that can be used for many applications. It’s a depth-sensing camera, meaning it can see the distance between objects and people. This makes it perfect for facial recognition, gesture recognition, object recognition (like dogs), gaming, and robotics.

It’s also great for healthcare applications like monitoring patients in hospital beds or giving doctors live images of patients’ hearts beating on screen while they’re performing surgery.

Google Glasses

Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display (HMD).

Originally developed by Google X, the project was first unveiled in 2012. The device is meant to be worn on your face and powered by voice commands. It can take pictures or videos in real-time, record audio and video, communicate with other devices through WiFi or Bluetooth connectivity, and connect to the internet using 3G or 4G networks.

It has been criticized for its potential privacy risks because it uses facial recognition software that could be used by law enforcement agencies as well as businesses seeking more efficient ways of tracking their employees’ whereabouts when they are out of sight at work but still need access to resources such as computers without having them physically present at their desks all day long every single day until retirement age comes around eventually too!

Leap Motion Controller

Leap Motion is a hand-tracking controller that uses infrared to track fingers and hand movements. The system uses a USB connection, so it can be used with Windows, Mac, or Linux. It’s compatible with many games (like Minecraft) and other applications such as graphic design programs like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop. This technology has been around since 2012 but is still relatively new to the consumer market because of its high price tag: $300 on Amazon Prime Day!

Steampunk Cell Phone Concept Transforms Into Wearable Tech

Steampunk is a subculture that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. In this case, the phone’s concept transforms into wearable tech.

The phone looks like it could be from a futuristic world where cell phones are powered through magic or science fiction powers—but it’s actually real! The idea behind this design was to create something that would look like how people imagined what a smartphone would look like in the past but with modern materials such as carbon fiber and leather accents.

The 3D-printed battery

The 3D-printed battery is made of graphene, which is an excellent conductor and has the ability to store large amounts of energy. The battery can be used in a variety of applications, including wearable devices and electric vehicles.

Because it’s flexible, this new type of battery can also be used in wearable devices like smart watches or sensors that take measurements on the skin’s surface. This makes it easier for people who have disabilities or other limitations because they don’t need to worry about how their device will work when they put it on their bodies!

The 3D printed batteries are lightweight compared with traditional batteries because graphene isn’t as heavy as other materials used today (e.g., lead). They’re also more durable than traditional batteries; if you drop your phone while using one then there’s no fear that it’ll break!

Finally—and perhaps most importantly—these types have a longer life span than normal ones do too: according to research conducted by scientists at Stanford University School Of Engineering & Applied Science Department Of Materials Science & Engineering Department Of Materials Science & Engineering Department Of Materials Science & Engineering Department Of Materials Science And Engineering In 2011,”

Wireless power

Wireless power is a way to transfer energy from one place to another without the use of wires. It’s already in use in some places, but it’s not yet as efficient as wired power (which uses a direct current).

The idea behind wireless power is that you can charge your phone or tablet by placing it on top of an induction plate, which will convert the magnetic field from your device into electricity and transfer that energy wirelessly. This technology can also be used for powering devices such as electric vehicles or charging stations for electric cars.


Graphene is a single layer of carbon atoms that’s just one atom thick. It’s the thinnest material known to man and has been dubbed “the world’s strongest material,” but it’s also flexible and transparent. This makes graphene an excellent choice for creating displays, touch screens, solar panels, and even fuel cells.

Graphene has some pretty impressive properties: conducts electricity better than copper or silver; can be used to make flexible solar panels; doesn’t absorb water or oil when exposed to them (so it won’t rust).


There are many more exciting inventions to come, but these are some of the most interesting ones we’ve seen recently. We hope you enjoyed our list and learned a little bit about how electronics work! If you want to learn more about any of these topics, just comment us below. Happy reading!


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