the impressive Exosuit from Vancouver-based Nuytco Research you see here is the real life Hydro Armor Iron Man suit aka Deep Submergence Suit. however, it does not have revolutionary propulsion system that will enable it to rocket out of the water and take flight, neither does it have repulsor or rockets, but it is capable of…
Spain-based German architect Andre Broessel has a big dream. he believe in autonomous consumption off the grid that will eventually contribute to reverse climate change and the Rawlemon is the invention that he is banking on to achieve this dream.
judging from the limited number of diving-related gears here, it is obvious diving is not right up my alley and for good reasons, though. i have an irrational fear of open waters (thanks to JAWS for scaring my life during my childhood. i hate you Spielberg!) and my understanding (or misunderstanding?) of the risks surrounding the use of scuba diving gears
we are all familiar with what Google Glass is, but the innovative Mountain View folks wants to do more than just augmented reality stuff; it want the lens to get more intimate with eyes and with good intentions. meet the Google Smart Contact Lens, a two-layer soft contact lens rigged
most of us, geeks or not, are just a curious bunch and we never fail to have the “how it works in” at the back of our mind and that question often extend to our body. while you can’t buy a CAT or X-Ray machine to delve into the inner
you know the frustration when handling cardboard boxes; they are cumbersome and never easy to pack (from flat-packed stage, that is), and not to mention they are a pain to open without whipping out a box cutter. despite that, cardboard boxes have remained largely unchanged
while jetpack that takes to the sky is slowly becoming a reality, a jet pack that gives you same freedom underwater is unheard of. but that is set to change if UK-based startup SCP Marine Innovation has their way and the device which the firm is touting is the X2 Underwater Jet Pack – if the firm’s equity crowdfunding campaign is a success.
we always talked about capturing the moment that matters to us the most to us as we go about our daily routine, but how do we actually know which is the ‘moment’? our brains know that and with the help of the Neurocam by Japan-based Neurowear, it will detect that moment and record a five-second video.
we have seen a few interesting concepts of how to ride on what the nature has to offer, namely fire and heat, to charge your portable gadgets, such as the CampStove, the FlameStower, and of course, the usual solar chargers, and now Hydrobee joins the rank with an interesting proposal: using the power of running water to charge up a portable battery that could be used to charge virtually any USB-powered devices.
we said it again and we will say it once more: we don’t always try to shove things into your face that begs you to buy, buy and buy (though we most certainly always do that). that said, we would like you to meet the Wildcat Robot, the latest creation of Massachusetts-based Boston Dynamics, a robotics design company. obviously, you won’t be able to buy one of these creatures