Tag Archives: GE

The Best of 2015: #ProjectGarages


From open-source robots to real-life hoverboards, #ProjectGarages featured game-changing tech across the globe

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Invention Factory: How Will Robots Evolve?


From robots that can be our friends, exoskeletal suits that can make us faster and stronger, and machines that learn like humans–welcome to the true age of robotics

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Ideas Are Scary


Ideas are scary, messy, and fragile, but under the proper care, they become something beautiful! What a wonderful commercial… seriously I love it so much!

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How Does a Jet Engine Work?


Another great video from General Electric. It explains in plain english how a jet engine works!

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How Do Wind Turbines Work


How wind turbines work, from General Electric

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Childlike Imagination


A very inspirational advertisement from General Electric! A journey into a child’s imagination as she envisions all the amazing things her Dad makes as an employee at GE! Really well made with a touch of hope for the next generations!

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General Electric Meets Google Glass


General Electric works on things that matter. The best people and the best technologies taking on the toughest challenges. Finding solutions in energy, health and home, transportation and finance. Building, powering, moving and curing the world. Not just imagining. Doing. At least those are the words of GE, not mine! But in reality lot of things around us are made, designed or perfected by GE. And this video fits in this category as well! The aviation team demonstrated a non-destructive test on a GE 90 engine with a Glass-enabled crew. This prototype presents an opportunity that is right around the corner and will yield incredible efficiencies in maintenance

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Jet engine intake


This is a jet engine intake fan system for todays photo of the day! It looks shiny and brand new as it suppose to be in this exhibition form! It’s actually a General Electric next-generation LEAP jet engine with 3D printed parts and advanced ceramic components for better durability and performance. GE developed and manufactures the LEAP in a joint venture with France’s Snecma

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