A US$1,395 smart mirror can take a photo of your body to help you track your fitness. The device, which creator Naked Labs calls “the world’s first home body scanner,” takes 3-D maps of your body and highlights areas where your figure has changed.
A startup has developed a robot that might help you take care of your plants.
Called “Hexa,” the intelligent planter is just big enough to hold a medium-sized succulent and is equipped with spider-like legs that can walk into the sun when its plant passenger needs some sunlight.
WITH the assistance of a robot called ORTHBOT, Zhou Wenyu, chief orthopedic surgeon from Shenzhen No. 2 People’s Hospital, and Yu Miao, an orthopedic surgeon from Peking University Third Hospital, recently performed the first robot-aided spinal surgery of its kind in the city.
At the first Zero One Technology Festival held at Shekou i-Factory from Wednesday to today, over 100 technology companies brought visitors a feast of black technologies by showcasing their latest technological products, applications and services.
A PROJECT for finding smart and comprehensive solutions to parking in cities initiated by a Shenzhen design company won the second prize at the 2017 China Award for Science and Technology in Construction, according to the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development recently.