Teenage Student Designed And Made A Crazy Life-like Mechanical Dinosaur Costume

Forget about those inflatable dinosaur costumes. If you really want to be convincing as a dinosaur and looks menacing at the same time, you need to do what Dutch engineering student Esmée Kramer did: Projector Raptor: A Mechanical Dinosaur Costume.

Wait. What? U.S. Navy Admits That Leaked “UFO” Footage Are Real???

Lets take a break from the usual geeky stuff and move on to an otherworldly form of geeky stuff: UFO. When it comes to life beyond Earth, there are believers and there are skeptics. However, what the U.S. Navy have recently confirmed may make skeptics think again (and scrambling for logical explanations) and believers, celebrating […]

Meet Singularity 2, The Blackest Black Object You Can Own

I am sure you have heard about the fuss over the world’s blackest material, Vantablack, which came onto the market a couple of years ago. Since then, there have been a few “equivalents” like the Black 2.0 and a few others that seek to make the Anish Kapoor-owned Vantablack available to all artists.

Hyundai Motor Group’s New Center Side Airbag Will Prevent Front Passengers’ Head From Colliding

Airbags serve to protect occupants from potentially deadly impacts on most parts of the vehicle’s interior. But what about impact between say, the driver and the passenger? Well, for that, Hyundai Motor Group will have you and your passenger covered in its future cars.

This Smart Cane Helps The Visually Impaired To Navigate The Streets Using Google Maps

Here’s an amazing development called WeWALK. WeWALK is a revolutionary smart cane for the visually impaired that uses Google Maps to aid the visually impaired to navigate the streets. The development of smartphones have help the visually impaired, but with WeWALK it combines the benefits offered by a smartphone into an everyday probing cane.

This Orange Juice Bar Uses Discarded Peels To 3D Print Cups For The Orange Juice

You may remember Italian design firm CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati for its Scribit wall-crawling scribbling robot, among the many other pretty mind-blowing stuff. Well, they have made headlines again, this time for a project it has done for global energy exploration company, ENI.

Huawei Unveiled New Flagship SoC, Kirin 990 Series, With Two Flavors

HiSilicon, Huawei’s chip-making arm, has taken to IFA 2019 in Berlin, Germany, to unveil its next-generation System on Chip (Soc), the Kirin 990 Series which is offered in two flavors: a ‘standard’ version and a 5G variant. The latter is staking claim as the world’s first flagship 5G SoC powered with 7 nm+ EUV. It […]

Hyundai Motor Group Develops Wearable Vest Exoskeleton For Use In Its Production Lines

Exoskeleton suit in real life is not even remotely close to fantasy tech of Iron Man, but rather, it is something like the Vest EXoskeleton (VEX), a wearable robot of sort developed by Hyundai Motor Group. That’s right. In addition to developing groundbreaking automobile tech like solar car roof, smartphone entry and more, the South […]

RBS Launches NatWest Fingerprint Debit Card Pilot In The U.K.

If you haven’t already heard, RBS has announced the launch of NatWest biometric payments card, AKA Fingerprint Debit Card, pilot. The card is the bank’s effort to deter fraud. Logically it would, but if biometric technology on mobile has proven anything, it is never foolproof. Then again, it is way more secured than simply waving […]

You Don’t Need To Be A Millionaire To Own This Open Source, Desktop-size Robotic Arm

I am not sure why anyone need a robotic arm at home, but here it is anyways, the Mirobot 6-axis Mini Robotic Arm, in case you need one. It looks and performs like any large size industrial robotic arm because, well, it is a industrial robotic arm, but only 10x smaller. Mirobot 6-axis Mini Robotic […]