Tag Archives: Engineering

LG’s OLED displays


LG believes that OLED will fundamentally change the future of our home and portable devices. See some of the concepts that OLED technology will enable in the next few years…

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Predicting Mount Etna


In collaboration with the University of Mainz, Germany, DJI has completed a ground-breaking mission for volcano research by collecting gas directly from the crater of Italy’s Mount Etna. The scientists, led by volcanologist Prof. Jonathan Castro took innovation in their field to an unprecedented level by using a DJI Inspire 1 with Zenmuse XT thermal camera to detect the crater’s temperature in combination with the DJI Matrice 600 Pro as a frame for a multi-gas measurement box to analyse gas composition and deformation from the air

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The Rhythm of the Factory


The Formula One team, Red Bull Racing, based in Milton Keynes UK, show how to build a Formula One car creating ‘The Rhythm of the Factory’

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Microsoft Surface Laptop


Do you remember the time that Apple made the best laptops? Well… not anymore!

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Festo Robotics


Free-moving, intuitive to operate and safe when interacting with the user. The pneumatic lightweight robot is based on the human arm and has great potential as a sensitive helper for human–robot collaboration in the future


Not only do superconductors have fascinating properties, but they also have enormous potential for automation technology. In 2017 Festo is once again presenting amazing new application and motion concepts with superconductivity and robotic concepts

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DJI Mavic Pro: The Art of Form


DJI’s designers and engineers have crafted a whole new type of drone that is the Mavic Pro. Watch and learn all about their creative processes in developing a tool that is exquisite in both form and functionality

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Roborace: First Look


Probably the race of the future!

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Introducing Handle or… Creepy


Handle is a research robot that stands 6.5 ft tall, travels at 9 mph and jumps 4​ ​feet vertically. ​It uses electric power to operate both electric and hydraulic actuators, with a range of about 15 miles on one battery charge. ​​​Handle uses many of the same dynamics, balance and mobile manipulation principles​ found in the quadruped and biped robots we build, but with only about 10 actuated joints, it is significantly less complex. Wheels are efficient on flat surfaces while legs can go almost anywhere: by combining wheels and legs Handle can have the best of both worlds.
Fore sure it looks amazing! But its a little bit creepy!

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