3D printing has been called a disruptive technology that can dramatically transform the housing market. The startup “Mighty Buildings” clearly demonstrates that these are not just empty words.
Chelsea Football Club and IT company Chelsea Digital Ventures have created a VR app for teaching soccer. Now anyone can take professional training.
The novelty is called Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition. Besides the see-through screen, the TV can boast a 55-inch panel.
This experimental building will be part of a new housing estate in Dayton, Western Australia.
As it turned out, this measure is aimed at combating coronavirus.
The autonomous robot can independently plan and perform experiments. The device has been designed to help scientists who want to eliminate routine tasks.
The German company Festo has introduced a new generation of devices.
The European Space Agency has presented a video of a flight over Korolev crater. The view is unbelievable!
A VR headset-like gadget is capable of rendering 5K image quality and Dolby Surround sound.
Now you can turn almost anything into a touchscreen, by merely putting Protospray on top of any necessary surface.
The idea was developed by staff at the University of California in Los Angeles. The device tracks a user's movements, converting them into speech.
The company founded by Walter Conti has developed a robot intended to replace animals in zoos and dolphinariums.
Exoskeletons can perform a variety of different functions. Recently, a device has emerged that helps patients cope with the consequences of a stroke.
This has become possible thanks to innovative Terraplanter technology developed by the eponymously titled American startup, of the same name.
The SlothBot aims to observe nature, contributing to the conservation of rare plants and animals.
China has created an advanced analogue of pix2pixHD and Lines2FacePhoto programmes. The mission of the neural network is to help artists with their work.
It’s become apparent that the famous space Corporation SpaceX has set its sights on Earth. The company intends to use hypersonic missiles for transcontinental transportation.
The Ascento robot was developed at the ETH Polytechnic Institute in Zurich. The second-generation device has superior balancing skills.
The roboteers were inspired by the work of their European and African colleagues.' work.