183 episodes

We're two engineers on a mission to make interesting technology easy to understand. In each episode, we explore tech that is going to change the world – and keep it entertaining along the way.

The Next Byte Daniel Scott Mitchell, Farbod Moghaddam

    • Technology
    • 4.8 • 41 Ratings

We're two engineers on a mission to make interesting technology easy to understand. In each episode, we explore tech that is going to change the world – and keep it entertaining along the way.

    182. Ex-Apple Engineer Creates Skincare Smart Patches

    182. Ex-Apple Engineer Creates Skincare Smart Patches

    In this episode, we discuss how an ex-apple engineer who worked on the apple watch got inspired to create a smart patch for treating psoriasis.

    • 14 min
    181. Why Audi Uses 3D Printers For The R8

    181. Why Audi Uses 3D Printers For The R8

    In this episode, we discuss how Audio technicians and mechanics are leveraging a commonly available 3D printer to develop jigs and fixtures for assembling their high performance cars!

    • 25 min
    180. Catching Feelings with 69% Accuracy: AI Reads Emotions in Sports

    180. Catching Feelings with 69% Accuracy: AI Reads Emotions in Sports

    In this episode, we discuss research coming out of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology to detect the emotions of tennis players better than humans can!

    • 17 min
    179. 3D Printed Mini Thrusters For Space Travel

    179. 3D Printed Mini Thrusters For Space Travel

    In this episode, we discuss how MIT researchers are leveraging a state of the art 3D printer to create much more efficient field electron emitters which could unlock huge potential for ion propulsion in space travel!

    • 20 min
    178. Talk to The Hand: Meet The Robots With a Human Touch

    178. Talk to The Hand: Meet The Robots With a Human Touch

    In this episode, we discuss how MIT researchers are making great strides in developing better robotic hands by focusing on an often overlooked component: the palm.

    • 20 min
    177. Did A Shrimp Fry This Rice? No, A Robot Did

    177. Did A Shrimp Fry This Rice? No, A Robot Did

    In this episode, we discuss how a talented team of researchers from Stanford university have created a robotic platform capable of imitation learning for conducting over 850 common tasks, including searing shrimp!

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Michaelbublefan ,

Highly recommend

I’m a pre-engineering student and love listening to this podcast to keep me up to date on technological and engineering advances delivered in a conversational and easy to follow format. Thanks for your hard work on this Daniel and Farbod!

Dinosaurbagel ,

Tech for Everyone. This podcast is brilliant!

The best podcast! Great hosts and easy to understand talks on complex topics. Can’t recommend more highly. This is the top tech podcast, always worth a listen.

Moogie98 ,

Mid

I see what they’re trying to accomplish but it’s what every “young engineer” is talking about. The research seems okay but they need to deep dive. Actually talk about things that are working and not potential of tech.

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