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Amazing invention Sound Extinguish Fire:The fire extinguisher uses low-frequency sound waves to douse a blaze. Engineering seniors Viet Tran and Seth Robertson now hold a preliminary patent application for their potentially revolutionizing device
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.
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
Some brilliant Ideas to Capture the Ocean's Energy
The world's ocean waves hold as much as 10 trillion watts, and engineers and scientists trying to find the best ways to get the incredible resource that's washing up on our shores every day.
Two Australians have invented something similar to an automated pool cleaner -- but for marinas, harbours, ports and even inland waters like rivers and lakes -- that sucks up garbage, while filtering out the water. They're calling it the Seabin, and it recently was successfully crowdfunded on Indiegogo. Check out how it works:
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
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.
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