The US military is working hard to find out how professional gamers make managerial decisions in complex military strategies. A total of $316 thousand has been allocated to conduct studies of their behavior.
The largest firework in history was recently launched in Steamboat Springs (Colorado, USA). Weighing in at 1270 kg, this firework beat last year’s record by 182 kg.
This year, we will witness another NASA mission. Part of this mission will include the dispatch of the Mars 2020 rover to the Red Planet, and this time the vehicle will be equipped with an unusual laser to explore the rock formations on the planet.
The new development will primarily affect Indian motorists.
Scientists have discovered a figurine that was used in board games more than 1200 years ago.
The new technology will harness the kinetic energy of falling raindrops. The energy from a single raindrop is enough to ignite a hundred LED lamps.
The jacket will facilitate understanding on the road and help cyclists express their individuality.
Taiko is a traditional Japanese drum with an unusual sound. Thanks to Roland company, it now has an electronic "brother".
Surprisingly, these dynamic images are created inside the user’s eyes.
The saplings have already been tested in the Voronezh region. Next in line are regions that have suffered from forest fires.
The device provides ‘thermointellectual’ vision to see through smoke. This is done through a combination of thermal imaging and AI.
A group of Finnish astronomers has discovered a new kind of northern lights. The phenomenon was called ‘dunes’ due to its resemblance to sand dunes.
What would happen if all the oceans on the planet dried up? The answer to this question can be found in a new video from planetologist James O’Donoghue.
According to the theory of relativity, any object has an influence on space-time. Scientists have discovered a star that serves as an example that proves this hypothesis.
They used a specially constructed submarine robot called Icefin.
It’s safe to say that ‘The Lion King’ is a fine example of contemporary animation. Now, fans are interested in going beyond the final product to immerse themselves in its creation process.
Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have created a fire helmet that can help you find your way even in total darkness.
The manufacturer claims the lamp set can last for 60 years without the need to change the bulb.
The luminary looks almost exactly like caramel popcorn up close.