Another step forward!
Another step forward!
A WIRED’s exclusive look at how Facebook will beam the internet with Aquila, a stratospheric solar-powered drone equipped with millimeter wave communications technology
Rolls-Royce presents a vision of a future land-based control centre in which a small crew of 7 to 14 people monitor and control a fleet of remote controlled and autonomous vessels across the world. The crew uses interactive smart screens, voice recognition systems, holograms and surveillance drones to monitor what is happening both on board and around the ship
Google is developing a platform that will make it easier to create tangible programming experiences for kids. In this film they outline how the platform could enable developers. They worked with IDEO to create a reference device, called the Coding Kit. It teaches kids the basic concepts of code by allowing them to put code bricks together to create a set of instructions that can be sent to control connected toys and devices. Learn more at http://g.co/projectbloks
PS: Too late Theodosis… or maybe not?
Autodesk’s Project Escher now makes it possible to print large scale 3D parts with unprecedented speed and detail. Through software, control and hardware integration Project Escher enables a fundamentally new class of 3D printer
Zenbo is a friendly and capable home robot designed to provide assistance, entertainment, and companionship to families and meant to address the needs of each family member. With a full range of capabilities, including the ability to move independently and understand spoken commands, Zenbo can assist in the home and interacting with him is easy and fun.
In other words, a super cool and cute robot (with great potential) but it’s presented terribly in this ad! This video is the official one from Asus and sucks! And wait, there more! Have you seen the video from the presentation day? It’s the one below! I don’t care if he is the CEO or any other high ranking official from Asus! But I care about how you have to present something to the public… and he is for sure a terrible host!
Team FAST used their Ultimaker 2+ to prototype a scale model car that runs on formic acid. They believe formic acid is the sustainable fuel of the future, combining all the strong points of electric and hydrogen fuel cell cars without any of the weaknesses
And now I want… no, no I need an Ultimaker! And it will be my first 3D Printer! If only was not so expensive!
Well… lets make the future!
Just like a caterpillar, the 3D Cocooner spins delicate lightweight structures freely in space. With the help of a high-speed handling system, the spinneret is precisely controlled and glues a glass fibre into the desired bionic lattice shape with UV-curing resin