Mercedes-Marbach 6 – A Stunning Design

After months of rumours, Mercedes has finally revealed the Vision Mercedes-Marbach 6 concept car. A combination of old-world design with modern interior mechanics, the design and engineering that went into this concept car is incredible. The Vision measures is almost 6 meters (19.6 ft) long with unique asthetic exterior markers, such as the grille’s vertical […]

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Sensors In Needles Provide Real-Time Information

Over the course of a year, more than 13 million epidural procedures are performed every year in the United States. Generally regarded as safe, there are still complications, such as reduced effectiveness or spinal cord injury, in up to 10% of cases, due to human error. Researchers at MIT Biomedical Research Center and the Massachusetts […]

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The Largest Ferris Wheel In The World

A large structure is currently being built in New York, which will be seen from almost anywhere in the city. Titled the New York Wheel, this enormous wheel will allow passengers to see for miles when at its peak, and will attract visitors from across the globe. Currently, there are only a handful of observation […]

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Futuristic Tilting Makes for a Smooth & Silent Ride

Though agile, motorcycles can be extremely dangerous due to their lack of stability and open gas tank design. However, riders still prefer motorcycles due to the thrill and feeling a car can’t deliver. In order to optimize motorcycle safety, while still keeping the thrill, Doohan has created a more stable electric bike called the EV3 […]

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Edible Battery for Life Science

Christopher Bettinger and his research team at Carnegie Mellon University have recently created a device that the way we diagnose or treat diseases in the future. The device is merely a battery, but what makes it special is the fact it can be safely ingested by a patient, to power or control internal medical devices. […]

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Portable Water Turbine Charges Electronics

In the wilderness, there are few methods of charging electronics without access to gas generators or power outlets. The most common solution is to purchase a solar power battery pack, although it is not as efficiently under trees, or at night. In order to provide a more productive and effective power source, a startup company […]

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Circuit Marker Draws Lines That Conduct Electricity

AgIC, a startup company based in Tokyo, has recently created a marker able to bring drawings to life using technology. The device, called the Circuit Marker, contains a special conductive ink which allows electricity to follow the path the user draws on paper, connecting power between circuits. The device can be used for a variety […]

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World’s First Robotic Tattoo

With the development of robots that can copy the exact actions of humans, more and more machines are being incorporated into automation processes. These robots ensure human error is eliminated from the process and offer a safer alternative to manual labor. Appropriate Audiences, a company which specializes in robotics and tattoo’s, has recently created a […]

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Microscopic Sensor Tracks Nerve & Muscle Signals

Medical monitoring devices are becoming more popular due to real-time tracking of internal data for things like heart rate, sleep and steps. Currently the most common monitors come as wearables, such as a watch or sticker, which attach to a person’s skin to receive data from their bodies. Though effective, these wearables are primarily used […]

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Tesla Opens Gigafactory In Nevada Dessert

Tesla has recently opened their newest factory located in the Nevada desert, covering over 5.5 million square feet of open workspace. The current building is just a fraction of the massive 13 million square feet of workspace that Tesla has planned, making it one of the largest buildings in the world. This factory, named the […]

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