November 1, 2020 Tech Briefs - November 2020 - Vol. 44 No. 11 Here are links to this issue's Features, Tech Briefs, Products and more. You can download the complete issue, LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Don't have an account? Sign up here. Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Inside this issue Supplements Features Application Briefs Giant Telescope Construction Viewed Through an Industrial Lens Articles COVID-19 Drives Data Acquisition & Analytics Evolution Products of Tomorrow: November 2020 Q&A Q&A: Soft Electronics Treat Heart Arrythmias 5 Ws 5 Ws of the Paper-Based Keypad Facility Focus Facility Focus: Rochester Institute of Technology NASA Spinoff Balance Scale Predicts and Helps Prevent Falls Tech Briefs Bio-Medical Smart, Self-Powered Knee Implants Biosensor Enables Real-Time Oxygen Monitoring for Organs-On-A-Chip Specialized Dye Enables Medical Information to be Stored Below the Skin Tiny, Magnetically Powered Neural Stimulator Machinery & Automation Self-Assembling Robot Cubes Form Various Structures Robotic Assembly of Photovoltaic Arrays Algorithm Improves Navigation of Autonomous Driving Robots Octopus-Inspired Soft Robotic Arm 3D-Printed Sweating Robot Muscle Materials Wool-Like Material Remembers and Changes Shape Composite Material Increases Electrical Current Capacity of Copper Wires Janus Particles Improve Paints and Coatings Soft Magnetic Nanocomposite for High-Temperature Applications Aerogel-Reinforced Composites Self-Healing, Recyclable, Shape Memory Polymers Sensors/Data Acquisition Printable Light Sensors Can See Colors Psychosensory Electronic Skin Technology for AI and Humanoid Development Nature-Inspired Sensors Could Help Autonomous Machines See Better Lab-On-Chip Flow and Temperature Sensor Solid-State Sensor for Detection and Characterization of Electric Fields E-Tongue Nanosensor Array Long-Range Wireless Sensor Network Ring Detects Finger Location to Track Hand Movements Imaging High-Performance, Low-Field MRI for Cardiac and Lung Imaging Detector Senses X-Rays Over a Broad Energy Range Radar Enables Cars to Spot Hazards Around Corners Lenslet-Based Integral Field Spectrograph Infrared Detectors Enhance Night-Vision Cameras Imaging Technology Could Improve Cancer Surgery Virtual and Augmented Reality Device Simulates Vision Loss Environment Smart Window Improves Energy Efficiency of Buildings Method Turns Fruit Peels into New Batteries Faster-Degrading Plastic for Marine Uses Electricity-Free Radiative Cooling System Sunlight Converts Emissions into Useful Materials Products New on the Market: November 2020 Product of the Month: November 2020 Tech Briefs Photonics & Imaging Technology LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Briefs Continuous and Stable Lasing Achieved From Low-Cost Perovskites at Room Temperature Ambient Light Alters Refraction in 2D Material “Alexa, Go to The Kitchen and Fetch Me a Snack” Recovering Data: NIST’s Neural Network Model Finds Small Objects in Dense Images Applications Material Advances for LED Quantum Dot Efficiency Measuring Layer Thickness Using a Microscope Articles Megapixel Photon-Counting Camera Technology Overcoming Pitfalls When Measuring Thin, Parallel Optics Products New Products: November 2020 Photonics & Imaging Technology Topics: View the discussion thread.