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- Google working on augmented reality glasseson Apr 12, 2012 in TechnologyThe rumors that Google has been working on a pair of augmented reality glasses have finally been confirmed. Google has gone public about “Project Glass,” which is a prototype pair of AR technology glasses. Project Glass takes the AR/heads up R...
- Solar panels thinner than a human hairon Apr 8, 2012 in TechnologyA big issue with solar panels is the weight. Due to the size and weight of solar panels it is difficult to find places to mount them, and since you need a lot of panels to produce a significant amount … Continue reading →...
- Nuclear powered unmanned drones
- Copper color crater seen from spaceon Apr 4, 2012 in ScienceDutch astronaut Andre Kuipers snapped a photo of a glowing copper crater from ISS recently. While the shot looks like a geological formation that might be found on Mars it was actually taken as they passed over Africa. The crater … Continue rea...
- Supersonic biplane design has the speed without the boom
- Alphabet Energy has plans to turn wasted energy into electricity
- X-ray laser reaches 3.6 million degrees
- Solar powered soldierson Mar 6, 2012 in TechnologyMost soldiers carry heavy battery packs, but the Australian’s may have a clever way around that. They plan to outfit their military personal with lightweight solar panels. The average soldier carries a little over a pound of batteries for thing...
- 3D-Printed kite cube made of 23,000 pieces
- Wirelessly powered medical implant propels itself through the bloodstream
- Flying car is now street legal
- Antihydrogen could lead to antigravity
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- MLK Jr. portrait out of 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes
- Bio-engineered bulletproof human skin
- Teenager builds a steel melting ‘death ray’ with 5,800 mirrorson Feb 11, 2012 in ScienceEric Jacqmain is a nineteen-year-old that decided to attach 5,800 mirror tiles to a satellite dish in an effort to show the power of sunlight. Eric claims that the focus point, measuring just a centimeter across, has “an intensity of … Co...
- Solar bags make going green fashionable
- Smart bullet can steer iteself
- AK-47 with chainsaw attachment designed to kill zombies
- MIT creates foldable car straight from the Jetsonson Jan 30, 2012 in TechnologyMIT has spend nearly half a decade working on their City Car concept vehicle and they have finally completed it. The “Hiriko,” as the vehicle is now known, will be released in Europe in 2013. The idea behind the design … Continue reading ...