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Peoria PTC User Group — 2019

Peoria PTC User Group  We enjoyed putting on the event last year, and meeting many interesting people!  Thank you to all who turned out. Peoria PTC User Group will be back for March 29, 2019 for yet another great event held in conjunction w/ Bradley University. When: Friday, March 29th, 2019 Presentations: A few topic […]

Ideas, Thoughts, Perspectives

Worlds biggest Air Purifier

A 328 feet tall tower in City in northern China is helping the locals breathe cleaner air. This tower is an experimental air purifier. The tower is in Xian, in the Shaanxi province, and is being called the world’s largest air purifiers by its makers — those leading the project have said it has made […]

Product Reviews

A Lawn Mower That Wont Wake You Up

  Anyone who has tried to sleep in on a Saturday morning knows how unpleasant and unforgiving the roar of gas-powered lawn mower could be at 7:00 AM. In addition to the incessant noise, the old fashioned gas powered motor as also be a key contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and particulate matter which often […]

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This Start Up is 3D Printing Rockets

Relativity Space is a start up that was founded in 2015 and is located in Inglewood, CA. CEO and co-founder  and former blue origin employee, Tim Ellis, has created a company only 2 years ago. His co-founding partner, Jordan Noone, is a former Space X employee. The founders met one another in 2010 through USC’s […]

Industry News

Is The Tesla Model 3 The 21st Century’s Model T?

Over the past year the subject of Tesla Model 3 production has been scrutinized and possibly over scrutinized by those in both the business and financial media in addition to online tech journals and established automotive publications. The financial establishment has it seems to be consistently dire and harsh in it’s predictions and assessments about […]

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Harvard Business Review Blog: “Why I Hire People Who Fail”

A few weeks ago, I wrote about avoiding social media failures. I briefly mentioned our company’s “Failure Wall” and was surprised by the number of comments and questions I received about it. What’s the p...
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Japanese Architects Create Apartment Building For Bikers

Japanese architects Yuji Nakae, Akiyoshi Takagi and Hiroshi Ohno have teamed up to build an apartment house complex specifically designed for motorcycle enthusiasts. Called ‘NE apartment’, the 8-unit apartment build...
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Three Emerging Technologies on The Verge of Mass Adoption

Often many ideas deemed breakthrough technologies are merely refinements or improvements over existing products or ways of doing things as opposed to something truly revolutionary or novel. In this sense the three presented tec...
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Rhino Level 4: Advanced NURBS Modeling

Rhino Level 4: Advanced NURBS Modeling Course Duration: 40 hours Tuition: $2,200 USD Overview: In this comprehensive 5-day Rhino course, you’ll learn to create and edit accurate and free-form 3D NURBS models. This co...
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Magic Mirror Takes In-Store Shopping to Another Level

Online shopping has become more convenient for many people than taking a trip to the mall, but a “magic mirror” might make the whole in-store shopping experience more enjoyable. With online shopping, information about custo...
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High-Tech Compost, Zera, Turns Food Waste Into Fertilizer in 24 hours

While most traditional food composts are made to be kept outside, the Zera designed by Whirlpool’s WLabs, is an attractive indoor food recycler. As part of an Indiegogo campaign, the company claims the Zera can convert a week...
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