South Korean Professor Invented Self-driving Car Way Back In The 1990s

Self-driving car are the buzzwords in recent years, but do you know, a South Korea professor had developed self-driving technologies in 1990s, long before South Korean automakers knew how to make good cars (I had a Hyundai Accent in the 90s, btw, and it was… ugh).

Boston Dynamics Show Off Prototype Warehouse Robot Called Stretch

Boston Dynamics has not been making real sales until recently (and only after it has changed a couple of owners). We have not hit up their website for awhile and now that we did, we noticed something. It has moved in-development robot to research and laid to rest, so-to-speak, a bunch of previous endeavors.

Shirt That Harvests And Stores Energy From Human Body Could Be Used To Power Electronic Devices

Well, what do you know? It turns out, not only our wrist is good for powering a smartwatch; the entire body is a giant-ass battery too. Scientists over at the University of California – San Diego has developed a shirt that harvests and stores energy from the human body which can then be used to …

German-based Circus Troupe Uses Hologram Of Animals As Part Of Its Performances

Aside from funny clowns and heart-stopping trapeze, animals played a huge part in a circus. Unfortunately, due to reported abuses and maltreatment of these animal performers, as well as concern for public safety, animals were slowly banned across the world as far back as year 2000. Since then, circus performances have never been the same.

Scientists Used Patient’s Own Stem Cells To Repair Injured Spinal Cord, Reported Promising Results

For years, medical experts have been intrigued by the possibility of using a patient’s own stem cells to repair injured spinal cord and today, there is a hint that it might just work.

Latest In-car Innovations Post The Rise Of Covid-19

The year 2020 has been a year like no other, with a pandemic that changed the world, forcing the supply chains to collapse across businesses. Like almost every other industry that faced the consequences of the previous year, the automobile sector has been no exception. Sales chart, production, and revenues going down had been a …

Japanese Company Wants To Install High-tech, Hologram-like Interface In Japan’s Toilets

You know how some sci-fi movies show people using interfaces that appeared to be floating in the air? Have you ever thought about why? I did (think about it) and I arrive at no conclusion as to why other than it looked cool and decidedly, well, futuristic.