The REAX re-animation system delivers regular chest compressions at just the right of pressure
The judges have announced the semi-finalists in the James Dyson Award competition
The LONGREACH Buoyancy Deployment System was designed for the rapid conveyance of temporary, water-activated buoyancy devices to a drowning victim's location
Flo2w is a new oxygen delivery system with a re-usable headpiece and disposable air tube
Butterfly is a collapsible, portable, lightweight, human-powered urban transport solution
Owners of a Saguaro Rain Collector can pump up the pressure with a bicycle pump and release the spray over thirsty gardens
Can you feel the mounting tension? The judges for the James Dyson Award 2010 have now revealed the competition's semi-finalists. Entries from 18 countries have been whittled down to just 20 items, some of which we've seen before in Gizmag and others which may be new to you. Most of the remaining projects now benefit from a short video overview, so let's have a quick look at some we haven't yet featured.
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