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Scientists learn to use rain as a source of energy 

Scientists learn to use rain as a source of energy 

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. 
Ford introduces emoji cycling jacket 

Ford introduces emoji cycling jacket 

The jacket will facilitate understanding on the road and help cyclists express their individuality. 
Roland Launches Digital Taiko Drum Analog

Roland Launches Digital Taiko Drum Analog

Taiko is a traditional Japanese drum with an unusual sound. Thanks to Roland company, it now has an electronic "brother".
Bosch introduces smart glasses with laser painting functionality

Bosch introduces smart glasses with laser painting functionality

Surprisingly, these dynamic images are created inside the user’s eyes. 
Plans to restore forests by cloning trees proposed in Russia 

Plans to restore forests by cloning trees proposed in Russia 

The saplings have already been tested in the Voronezh region. Next in line are regions that have suffered from forest fires. 

Firefighters test innovative Qwake C-Thru mask

The device provides ‘thermointellectual’ vision to see through smoke. This is done through a combination of thermal imaging and AI. 

‘Dunes’ - a new kind of northern lights

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. 

NASA scientist shows simulation of Earth with no water

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. 

Scientists discover white dwarf star proving theory of relativity 

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.

American polar explorers inspect the glacier of the ‘day of final judgment’ 

They used a specially constructed submarine robot called Icefin. 

MPC Film offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of ‘The Lion King’ 

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. 

Haptic Helmet - a fire helmet of the future

Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have created a fire helmet that can help you find your way even in total darkness.

Dyson Unveils Lightcycle Morph Long-Life Light Set

The manufacturer claims the lamp set can last for 60 years without the need to change the bulb.

Scientists take ultra-high-resolution photos of the Sun 

The luminary looks almost exactly like caramel popcorn up close. 

California looks forward to animatronic Spider-Man

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Company has announced the soon-expected arrival of  the animatronic Spider-Man near the Avengers Campus in the local Disneyland.

Jellyfish will be used to study the world’s oceans 

As of today, only 5-10% of the world’s oceans have been discovered, while the rest remains a mystery for us. Scientists have proposed the idea of using cyborg jellyfish to explore our planet.

Chinese company eFoilFly introduces electric hydrofoil surfboard Neptune X 

The board is made of carbon fiber, fiberglass, EPS foam, and resin parts. This combination of materials contributes to the integrity of the board and keeps the surface cool in the sunlight. 

The Pacific Ocean is destroying crabs’ shells

This can be explained by a dramatic increase in the acidity of the water which absorbs CO2 from the atmosphere.

Albatrosses are being recruited to patrol the ocean

It turned out that these birds can ‘spy’ on poachers much more efficiently than humans. Because of this, these feathered vigilantes were equipped with GPS sensors. 

Eye tracking technology opens up a lot of new insights

Scientists at the University of Nevada grasp how our vision works.

The coronavirus epidemic fuels interest in the Plague Inc. game

Plague Inc. is a disaster game in which the player’s objective is to destroy mankind through diseases.

Americans learn to turn trash into graphene

Graphene is a unique and highly demanded material that is difficult to produce in large quantities. Creating an inexpensive technology for its production can be called a real breakthrough.

AirDresser dry cleaning cabinet for $1,400

Samsung presented an unusual cabinet with functionalities so far alien to such objects. However, only very wealthy customers are likely to go for it.

Motorola Razr: Flexible but Reliable

Motorola has released a series of videos about the flexible Razr, the company’s new smartphone.
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