Bionic eye restores limited vision to blind man , Larry Hester has been blind for half his life, but thanks to new bionic eye hardware, he's able to "see" for the first time in 33 years.

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Spherical solar powered electric generator This video is an introduction to Rawlemon Solar Energy Generator. Spherical transparent glass increased and optimum solar performance and it can be use for solar panels or thermal energy generators

 

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Amazing! Real world color picker and pen, This pen color capture time is 1 to 2 second and reproduce color very accurate drawing length is more than 30 miles

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Amazing Ultra-fast, the robotic arm. A robot developed by EPFL researchers is capable of reacting on the spot and grasping objects with complex shapes and trajectories in less than five hundredths of a second.The research was conducted with a ball, an empty bottle, a half full bottle, a hammer and a tennis racket.

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See successful flight of a human-powered helicopter

A human-powered helicopter (HPH) is a helicopter powered solely by one or more persons carried on board. As in other human-powered aircraft, the power is usually generated by pedalling. It remains a considerable engineering challenge to obtain both the power-to-weight ratio and rotor efficiency required to sustain a helicopter in flight.

source:npr.org Read more about human-powered helicopter www.npr.org/2012/10/14/160670295/flight-club-human-powered-helicopter

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The "first man-made biological leaf" could enable humans to colonise space RCA graduate Julian Melchiorri says the synthetic biological leaf he developed, which absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant, could enable long-distance space travel.

Source:dezeen.com

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 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.

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PSC News & Updates

  • Fun Science Show and hands-on activity in Rahat-e-Islamia GOVT School +

    Fun Science Show and hands-on activity in Rahat-e-Islamia GOVT School An exciting, engaging and worth learning fun science demonstration and hands-on activity was conducted on 9th of March, Thursday by Read More
  • PSC conducted hands-on activities and Fun Science show at Lok Virsa +

    PSC conducted hands-on activities and Fun Science show at Lok Virsa The two-day Pakistan Mother Languages Literature Festival was organized in collaboration with Indus Cultural Forum (ICF) and Strengthening Participatory Organization Read More
  • Water Rocket Challenge 2017 held successfully in Karachi! +

    Water Rocket Challenge 2017 held successfully in Karachi! Pakistan Science Club has organized the most awaited event in Karachi “The Water Rocket Challenge 2017”. It was a very Read More
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