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The SeaXplorer Mega-Yacht Can Break Through Ice And Access Remote Locations

If sailing on the Caribbean doesn’t sound exciting enough, the SeaXplorer promises to take owners to some of the most remote places in the world. Places that have not been accessible before will now be just a leisurely yacht trip away. Dutch company, Damen Group, developed the SeaXplorer to be able to break through ice, […]

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FLYBi Drone Goggles Let You See The World From Its Point Of View

You will want to add FLYBi to your Christmas list this year. A crowdfunded project, the FLYBi drone can give you a different type of flying experience. The FLYBi’s drone is connected to a pair of goggles that can display live-streamed videos while the drone is in flight. The goggles feature sensors that move along […]

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4D Printing May Help Create Self-Assembling Objects

While you’ve most likely heard of 3D printing before, scientists are now using 4D printing to create self-folding structures. This technology still employs 3D printing technology, but the components for 4D printing are made from smart shape-memory materials that, when in contact with heat, are able to assemble from a flat structure to a 3D […]

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Watch Out Tesla, An Electric Porsche Is On Its Way

Claiming to reach 80 percent charge in just 15 minutes, the Mission E is the newest concept car by Porsche. Displayed recently at the Frankfort Motor Show, this all -electric vehicle has some of the traditional makings of a luxurious Porsche, but also some particularly interesting and unexpected features. The 600-horsepower sedan is able to […]

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Google’s Project Soli: Control Your Gadgets Using Only Hand Gestures

Say hello to the future, or at least Google thinks so. Google ATAP’s Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology to help you tell your technology what to do, all without ever touching it. The Project Soli microchip is able to capture the sub-millimeter motions of your fingers at an incredibly […]

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Umake Developing Next Gen 3D Sketching App for iOS

With the advent of computers, touch screens, and software it has become less relevant for us humans to read a newspaper or pick up a pencil. As a designer I know how important digital tools are to the process and use them every...
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Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Competition – Be a Part of the Next Big Thing

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop idea first made waves in 2013, yet for a while his idea was just an idea, and a seemingly farfetched one at that. He proposed that the passenger-only high-speed Hyperloop transportation system would use ...
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Dutch Company Plans to Use 3D Printers to Build Bridge

A Dutch startup company, MX3D, is planning to be the first to print a steel bridge across a canal in Amsterdam. Although 3D printing has been around for quite some time, mostly focusing on smaller scaled projects – even m...
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Racers ‘X’ Brainerd International Raceway June 13 & 14 2015

Week Before the Brainerd race On the bigger more horsepower oriented race tracks, it’s a good idea to have a fresh engine installed and dyno’d for Oxygenated MR12 for race day. Bart spent 8 days suffering with a col...
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Elon Musk Wants to Provide You with Internet From Space

Elon Musk is at it again, but this time his idea may really surprise you. Musk, the CEO behind Tesla, is pushing for his latest project, to provide internet from space, into becoming a reality. He believes by providing internet...
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New Car Technology May Prevent Drunk Driving Soon

The US Department of Transport (DOT) estimates that nearly 10,000 people every year are killed by alcohol-related crashes. What if there was a way to save about 7,000 of those lives? According to the DOT this is possible and th...
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