At SP, these are more than just science fiction concepts.
Our School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering (MAE) students built a hoverboard that could levitate. Inspired by the blockbuster hit Back to the Future, the students realized their final-year project using the phenomenon of quantum levitation. This invention means that we are one step closer to floating conveyor-belt sushi restaurants or levitating roller coasters!
More mind blowing? How about a robot companion powered by brainwaves? Created by our Diploma in Bioengineering (DBEN) students together with tech company Neeuro, this robot-cum-mobile application helps children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) concentrate better. The app can be paired with a SenzeBand – Neeuro’s wearable technology – which can track the brainwaves of its user via Bluetooth. The SenzeBand monitors a user’s concentration level and rate the user, prompting them to refocus. This could be used in classrooms to help ADHD students study better.
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