Students of ITMO’s School of Physics and Engineering have developed a prototype of a portable keyboard that is only 3 mm thick and provides haptic feedback. The new device is compatible with PCs, smartphones, and tablets, while its production cost amounted to less than 1,000 rubles.
In spite of their many disadvantages, batteries remain one of the key components in contemporary electronics.
Researchers from ITMO and North Ossetian State University have suggested a brand-new cheap and highly sensitive method of detecting hazardous hydrogen halides that are toxic for humans.
We live in a world powered by resonance: there are resonant antennas in our smartphones, and microwaves heat up our food using resonant absorption of electromagnetic radiation by water molecules.
The university’s scientists have come up with a versatile way to generate quantum correlations and entanglements that makes it possible to dynamically change the system’s parameters and tweak photon characteristics such as bunching and antibunching.
Something none of us can do without these days is a charging device, so it is no wonder that the scientific community has been brainstorming how to render the process of powering up our plethora of devices quickly and with minimal hassle.
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