Adam Oldfield, host of TechTalk on 900 CHML, discussed some fascinating technology on his radio show this past Friday. One of the standout topics was the development of 3-D rings that can push off mosquitoes. These rings use ultrasonic technology to repel mosquitoes, making them a safe and effective alternative to traditional bug sprays.
Another exciting topic covered on the show was a replicator that can instantly produce products similar to the ones seen on Star Trek. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we manufacture goods, reducing waste and making it easier to produce a wide variety of products.
Additionally, Adam discussed a company called Alphabet (not to be confused with the parent company of Google) that is helping to build and grow seagrass to improve the environment. Seagrass is an important part of marine ecosystems, providing habitat for a variety of species and helping to filter pollutants from the water. Alphabet’s efforts to restore and expand seagrass beds could have a major positive impact on the health of our oceans.
Overall, Adam Oldfield’s TechTalk on Friday was a great source of information on some of the latest and most exciting developments in technology. From 3-D rings that keep mosquitoes at bay to replicators that can make products on demand, there are plenty of fascinating innovations to keep an eye on.
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