The next time you’re wondering what your home’s energy consumption may be, consider the amount of work you’re actually saving. The average U.S. home uses over 4,600 watts of electricity per month. That’s more than ten times more energy than you use at your work place.
Well, there you go. Now we have one of the biggest arguments in the history of arguments between “green” and “polluting,” so lets use this as an opportunity to not waste any more energy. I think it is entirely possible to find a way to use your energy more efficiently and save it for something else.
I’m going to go ahead and say this is a good idea. It is possible! But it will take a lot of research and experimentation. If you’ve ever used a computer before, you know that its main problem with energy efficiency is that it has a hard time handling more than a few items at a time on its screen.
A new tactile interface system that lets you build your own tactile systems has been developed by a team of MIT students and has the potential to save a lot of energy. The system is called Tacti-System, and it lets you wirelessly interface with your computer’s built-in touch-sensitive displays. The prototype system can run on a mobile phone’s battery and uses no toxic chemicals.
It doesn’t seem that the MIT team was quite as efficient as the system that was announced just a couple of years ago, which was capable of handling multiple items at once. Still, at least it’s a start on the road to a solution that has a lot of potential.
And it’s also a start on a solution that should come with a lot of benefits. The tactile system will be available in a couple of months for a $1,000 price tag. If this technology is as effective as it sounds, it could be a great solution to many problems.
The MIT team is using a unique method called Tissue Stretch. I don’t know much about the technology, but it seems pretty cool. As it turns out, the MIT team has a patent on the technology. Apparently, the patent was obtained in 2010. The system is a sort of “bulk tissue wrap” that allows you to stick a set of items on to a surface.
You can use the technique of the Tissue Stretch to stretch out a bunch of clothes, skin, or tissue.
The MIT team claims that the Tissue Stretch approach can be used to stretch out, for example, a person’s heart, a person’s fingers, a person’s face, and a person’s intestines. They claim that it should be possible to stretch out the skin of a person so that it covers their entire body.
A person’s body can be stretched out for a full second to cover their entire body and then pulled out. The Tissue Stretch method does not work if the person has been stretched out for too long, or if the person has been stretched out for too long. The theory holds that all of the skin of a person can be stretched out for a full second.