It's the weekend and we've got cupcakes on the brain 😋🤔! And of course we're serving up these scrumptious baked goodies 🥧🍰on our Trivae display stand! If you're entertaining like us, welcome to the club! Elevate your amazing creations to show them off AND maximize serving space at the same time. What's that? You don't have a Trivae display stand yet 😱? Grab one now at the link in bio. #trivaekitchen#artandfunction
My Idea Today:
This Exhaust feature's extendable and tilting sections allowing you to protect your bodywork and help keep the Exhaust Temp cooler by moving certain snake joint style elements to position in the direct airflow/active aero, and for vehicles with tucked in exhausts they can have air directing apertures that allow them to be cooled down automatically.
Via @insiderparenting: A toothpaste dispenser that makes brushing super easy for kids. 🙌 #insiderpicks
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A collapsible water bottle that's perfect for on the go. 👌 #kitcheninsider
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Researchers at Ben Gurion University in Israel 🇮🇱 have created ultra-thin infrared sensors which they say will allow them to create ultra-thin night 🌙 vision glasses 👓. The team was led by Professor Gabby Sarusi, of the university's Unit of Electro-Optical Engineering.
They created a film that can read 1,500-nanometer infrared wavelengths and convert them into images that are visible to the human eye 👁. The film is operated by a small battery 🔋, but it needs much less energy than most night vision devices. It can be placed over any set of lenses to create night-vision glasses. Researchers say the technology could also be used on self-driving cars 🚘, to make it easier and safer to drive at night 🌃 or in foggy 🌁 conditions.
What other uses can you imagine for this technology? Give us your ideas 💡 in the comments.