This video of an “Assault Trombone” by CAPTAINQUINN from October 2015 got viral within the last days and catapulted itself from about 3,000 to over 200,000 views. via: likecool
Who would have thought that industry tech could be such a joy?! Intralox invented these omni-directional belts that are super quick and efficient. This amazing piece of technology has been seen over 300.000 times on […]
The dutch company Centraal Beheer present us this invention that totally comes in handy! Over 500.000 people are faszinated by this cool idea. Where can I pre-order?
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Rachel Salt and Mitchell Moffit from AsapSCIENCE show us the best innovations of all time. 71 one of them in under seven minutes – that is quick! Nearly as quick as this video getting over 500.000 views…
Pretty neat invention made by Yousif Ashoor, who doesn’t have to lift a finger anymore to adjust his sun protection level – at least for the eyes. When does the auto-sun creme come out? „To protect my virginity and my eyes“ via: laughingsquid
Oh wow – this invention by the Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory is astonishing! Bringing light mapping onto non-flat surfaces, even when these get deformed. Awesome! „The first technology is a high-speed projector „DynaFlash“ that can project 8-bit images up to 1,000 fps with 3 ms delay. The second technology is a high-speed non-rigid surface tracking at […]
Researchers at UC San Diego have come up with a wearable to keep you off the road and out of trouble if you’ve been imbibing and you’re not sure how to proceed when it comes to getting yourself home. Check it out.
Robots are inching their way into our lives. Now there’s a machine with a robotic arm that applies simplistic tattoo designs to humans. Find out who’s behind it and what the plans are for this futuristic machine and its application as far as commercial…
In the 21st Century, robots have become ever omnipresent in many areas of human endeavor. From IBM Watson’s ability to beat top-ranked contestants on the popular TV quiz show Jeopardy to drones utilized as remote bombers to artificial intelligence
taking on a myriad number of human tasks, robots are widely used in
such diverse fields as academia as well as on the battlefield. But the
robot bomb used in Dallas on July 7 marks the first-time robotic
technology has ever been considered for weaponry by a U.S. police force.