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Breakthrough in nanotechnology: Startup launches fans that fit in the human brain

Team YS
29th Mar 2019
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Today's modern lifestyle has taken a toll on our brains. We work hard, sleep less and stress out too much. The result: BRAIN OVERHEATING. We lose our temper on the roads, and with our colleagues and partners. This phenomenon increases manifold due to the blistering heat of the Indian summer.


Atomberg Technologies, a Mumbai based start up which manufactures super energy efficient remote controlled fans, is attempting to address this problem through fans that can fit inside the human brain to regulate brain and body temperature. Atomberg Technologies has launched “Atomic Fans” that work on nanotechnology and use Artificial Intelligence to provide cooling to the brain from inside. These fans offer features such as on-demand air, anger management and zero-electricity consumption.


"The fans category has not seen any innovation in the last 100 years. We wanted to change all of this. We believe a fan can do so much more," says Sibabrata Das, Co-founder & COO of Atomberg Technologies.


Emphasising on its futuristic technology, the startup is running a video campaign with the tagline #FutureKaFan.


Too good to be true? Check out their video below:



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