Sports cars are produced in limited editions. For example, there are only 500 McLaren Senna ones in the world. However, number 501, made entirely of Lego parts, has recently appeared.
Boeing has announced the second stage of the GoFly contest completed. The finalist startups will receive $50,000 apiece to create full-size motorcycles to compete in the contest’s finals for a $1.5-million prize.\n
A new Japanese development will make space flights cheaper and safer. To solve this problem, robot avatars will take on the most difficult and dangerous types of work on the ISS.
According to the creator of the project, an engineer named Razvan Sabie, his device represents today’s shifting paradigm in aircraft construction. The invention is called ‘ADIFO’. \n
The robot by Briggo, a US-based company, was specifically created to make perfect coffee. The machine is very fast – it can make up to 100 cups per hour.
New Huawei flagships were presented in Paris. The main feature of the gadgets is a great emphasis on the camera. Smartphone P30 Pro – Huawei’s first phone that boasts 4 cameras and 10x zoom without loss of quality.
E-bikes are today’s trend being explored by more and more manufacturers. The championship title within this group of transportation means deservedly belongs to Scout Pro capable of hitting 72 km/h off-road.
Metal or plastic are usually selected as aircraft material. But drone production is not cheap, so sometimes engineers find rather extravagant solutions.
Lazareth, a French motorcycle brand, has recently posted a video featuring the flight of the Moto Volante model presented last year. With this, the company has dispelled the skeptics’ assumption that the bike is not destined to fly.
EPFL is a project focused on creating devices to control animals. Several years ago, the team created an artificial fish that its real peers mistook for one of their own, even choosing it as the leader of their school. The group’s most recent development is a system for controlling bees.
Researchers from MIT, Harvard, Cornell and Columbia Universities have created "robotic particles" that are useless on their own, but are capable of many things when they are put together – in this they resemble a bee swarm.
At a recent Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Oculus presented a new device, a VR headset called Rift S. It can be purchased for $399, which is much more expensive than the previous VR headset released by Oculus. What will you get for this price?\n