For older guys like me there is a special boar bristle brush to pamper thinning hair for only $80 or a hair rejuvenator helmet with low level laser therapy for $700. The oversized coffee mug with attached backboard and basket lets you shoot
Former NASA scientist and inventor of the Theradome Laser Helmet, Tamim Hamid, will be in attendance to discuss and educate participants on the benefits of Low-Level Laser Light Therapy (LLLT) for patients battling hair loss caused by androgenetic
It's a "Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)" system consisting of a highly productive combination of red laser and LED diodes, which re-energizes cells at the follicle level to effectively regrow hair (it works at a wavelength of 655 nanometers). Apira
Can't remember Jack? A zap to the brain might be just the trick to trigger a memory. Researchers at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency reported that small electrode arrays placed in brain regions known to be associated with memory were used
Living biological cells can now be turned into tiny lasers that emit light that can be used to track the spread of diseases, such as cancer. Researchers Matjaz Humar and Seok Hyun Yun at Harvard Medical School uncovered three ways to turn human cells
The battle against baldness has a space-age new weapon, in the form of a high-tech helmet that promises to help grow your hair back with the aid of lasers. The iGrow Hair Growth System uses low-level laser therapy (LLLT) - 51 low-level red laser and LED ...
Apira Science's iGrow Hair Growth system is now available ... Sponsored According to Apira Science, the system can increase hair counts by 35% in just 16 weeks. It's a "Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)" system consisting of a highly productive combination ...
The Theradome Laser Helmet delivers professional level light treatment with every use. It uses 80 lasers that provide over 560 mW of low laser light therapy (LLLT), the helmet stimulates the scalp and declining hair follicles by increasing blood flow and ...
($200,000 approx). Ninebot Segway said, "Are those my arms. Mark Zuckerberg , meet the Ninebot Segway. But now, you can actually take a 23-minute ride in the EHang 184. Developed by a Chinese company, it looks like an enormous, well, drone, but with stylish gull wing doors. Bulb that listens. A roundup of mind-bending devices at the recently concluded electronics trade show held in Las Vegas. That's a humongous touchscreen that lets you order groceries (it has web connectivity), email, watch movies, share recipes and upload photos so you no longer need those souvenir magnets. Robot butler. It's five feet tall, weighs 440 pounds, and flies at a speed of just over 62 miles per hour. ($60 per bulb approx). Switch to the kitchen if you have the Samsung's Family Hub refrigerator. When Intel attached its arms during the demo. It also keeps an ear out for smoke alarms or your baby crying, sending you an alarm by text. Sengled Voice can search the net and send you calendar alerts. But we love its three cameras that show you a photo of the food. It's not the AI butler robot Zuckerberg had in mind when he made his 2016 resolution, but Intel, Segway and Ninebot have joined hands to create a robot that can open doors for you, has an adorable emoji face, and can pretty much do anything you want. Yes it can light up a dark room, but that's just one of things that the Sengled Voice LED can do. You can tell this smart bulb to dim the lights or control the music streaming from its speakers. Refrigerator with cameras. Drone you can ride in. They can take pictures, deliver packages and be used for warfare.
South Florida tech companies place their bets in Las Vegas at CES show
... sections for each of them on the CES show floor — the same thing couldn't exactly be said for beauty-related technology products at the show, specifically the low-level laser therapy (LLLT) products fielded by Boca Raton-based Apira Science (http ...
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Theradome LH80 PRO Laser Helmet Launches at the 23rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Former NASA scientist and inventor of the Theradome Laser Helmet, Tamim Hamid, will be in attendance to discuss and educate participants on the benefits of Low-Level Laser Light Therapy (LLLT) for patients battling hair loss caused by androgenetic ...
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Eight eye-popping gadgets launched at CES 2016
If you've dreamt of lustrous hair, the iGrow helmet uses 51 lasers and LED lights to apply low-level laser therapy (LLLT) to naked noggins. The lasers use a wavelength of 655 nanometres to "re-energise" and restore the growth of hair follicles, the ...
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Laser helmet at SGPGI to check hair loss
Times of India
"Laser helmet is a part of low level laser therapy (LLLT), which is the most effective therapy to enable hair growth and help people who are losing their hair at a fast rate," said Rajeev Agarwal, head of plastic surgery department. SGPGI may get the ...
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Helmet to check hair loss soon
The Asian Age
Explaining further, he said: “Laser helmet is a part of low-level laser therapy (LLLT), which is the most effective therapy to enable hair growth and help people who are losing their hair at a fast rate.” The decision to buy the laser helmet was taken ...