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3D printing: Amazing Innovation inspired by Terminator 2
Joseph DeSimone and the other University of North Carolina scientists who describe the technology in a new paper published today in Science call it "continuous liquid interface production."This new 3D printing technology by Carbon 3d looks like science fiction. But it's entirely real. Carbon3D has invented a new way of 3-D printing using liquid resins that harden on contact with UV light. This process is 25-100 times faster than current methods and stronger since the object is one solid shape instead of composite layers.
ATLAS robot is approximately 6 feet tall and weighs about 330 pounds. The ATLAS is made out of aircraft-grade titanium and aluminum with blue LED lights mounted inside its chest. The humanoid owes its agility and balance to an onboard computer that receives information from a laser rangefinder and stereo cameras that survey and gauge the robot’s immediate surroundings.
Turning Ordinary Glass Surfaces into Solar by MSU. A Michigan State University research team has developed a transparent solar panel capable of capturing solar energy. Professor Richard Lunt, MSU assistant professor who headed the research, believes that the panel can be employed in a wide variety of settings.
Real Flying Car Can Travel 430 Miles On A Full Tank. The Slovakia-based company has built and approved a flying car, AeroMobil 3.0, which has been steadily tested in flight since October of 2014. AeroMobil 3.0 can match the size of a grounded car and can fly up to 124 mph and get 430 miles from a full tank of gas
Hugh Herr is building the next generation of bionic limbs, robotic prosthetics inspired by nature's own designs.