Serendix50, A 50 Square Meter 3D Printed House, Completed In Japan

Using 3D printing to construct a structure, including a house, is not new. However, a recent development in Japan in this area may signal a mass adoption. Last month, Nishinomiya City-based Serendix Co., Ltd announced that Japan’s first 3D printed home Serendix50 for two-person households was completed in Komaki City, Achi Prefecture. This is not …

Heat Exchangers: The Tech Powering Your Vacation You Never Knew About

Next time you jet off on a relaxing vacation, take a moment to consider the invisible mechanisms that make your journey smooth and comfortable. One of these hidden workhorses is the heat exchanger, a device that’s integral to various aspects of travel. While it doesn’t enjoy the limelight, its role in ensuring an enjoyable vacation …

Meanwhile, In Japan, Nissin Foods Successfully Developed Plant-based Eel

I am beginning to think the future of meat may be, well, no future. It would be plant-based. I mean, it could happen now that Nissin Foods, the Japanese food company that is mostly famously known for its cup noodles, has successfully developed plant-based eel. You heard that right. Even the iconic Japanese eel dish …

Here’s An Animation On How The Implosion Occur On The Ill-fated Titan Sub

It has been almost a month since the tragic loss of the Titanic wreckage tourism sub, Titan, in which five people perished in the depths of the cold North Atlantic Ocean. We heard the news on June 18 about a certain sub had lost contact with the mother vessel as it went down on a …

Remote Control Twin Ion Engine Catamaran By Plasma Channel: Well, It’s A TIE Catamaran!

As it turns out, ships that ply our oceans for both commercial and leisure purposes have created quite a ding for the creatures living in the ocean and causing unnecessary stress to them. One of the solutions to alleviate underwater noise pollution is to go with high-tech sails but Jay Bowles of YouTube channel Plasma …

This Is M4, A Bioinspired Robot That Flies, Rolls, Crawls, And More

Drones that morph to achieve another form of mobility aren’t new. There are even toys that do that too. However, this latest developed by Caltech, in collaboration with Northeastern University is something else. Called M4, which is short for Multi-Modal Mobility Morphobot – it is a bioinspired robot that flies, rolls, walks, and more.