Thanks to technology our lives are more convenient and enjoyable. Technology has been changing rapidly, and developments have made it possible for us to lead far more comfortable lives. It’s had a significant impact on the world of business and allowed us to be more productive. With so much technology around us, we sometimes forget how it has made life easier and how to appreciate it. Here are some of the ways in which technology has made your life easier. Continue reading How Modern Technology Has Made Our Life Easier
To be perfectly, we are kind of disappointed with the progress of flying cars. It seems like flying cars that so many companies claimed to be making are nothing more than an aircraft. Our concept of flying stemmed from Matt Trakker’s Thunderhawk. OK. Maybe not the gullwing doors that make it fly, but something along that line. However, if Goodyear’s vision of flying car were to become true, then perhaps, it does indeed fall inline with our ideal of a flying car. Continue reading Goodyear Dreams Of The Boldest Flying Car Concept Yet With Aero Tires
Can a human spot potential shoplifters before the deed is done? Possibly. If given enough training and experience, a person may be able to pick out those who intend to pay for the products and those who don’t. But lets be honest, other than big retail stores, no other retail stores will dedicate staff just to spot and/or deter potential shoplifters. More often than not, this task is delegated to security cameras, but even then, CCTV are there to record the act for the purpose of identifying the perpetrator and possibly, for us as evidence in a prosecution. Continue reading AI Cameras That Spots Potential Shoplifters: Pre-Crime Unit Is Real?
First, you can access your home with a smartphone and soon, you will be able to do the same with a car. Well, at least, you should be able to with the next-generation 2020 Hyundai Sonata which will make its U.S. debut at the New York International Auto Show, happening from April 19-29, 2019. Hyundai Motor Group has developed a Smartphone-base Digital Key that allows a vehicle to be unlocked, started, and driven – all without the need for a physical key. Continue reading Hyundai Wants You To Unlock, Start And Drive Its Cars With A Smartphone
This is a fisheye lens built by founder of Lensrentals, Roger Cicala. It is not just any fisheye lens. It is a hyper fisheye lens. Why hyper? Because it is so freaking wide that it can see behind itself. Well, that kind of make it a 360 camera, doesn’t it? That said, can you still call it ‘fisheye’? I mean, I am just throwing out there, you know. Anywho, Cicala built it the prototype 4.9 mm f3.5 hyperfisheye lens from scratch and he is sharing how he did it. Continue reading This Fisheye Lens Is So Freaking Wide That It Can See Behind Itself
We have featured quite a few anti-drone measures which are mostly weapons of sort, including a gleeful and not-so-serious anti-drone shotgun, as well as a home drone detection system. As far as gun-like weapons go, there are handful, but honestly speaking, nothing works look cool. I know. It don’t need to (look cool), but it will be awesome if it did, right? And then, we saw this: the UAV Scrambler 300 Anti-Drone Gun that, like the DroneShield’s, actually looked dope. Continue reading France Security Firm’s Anti-Drone Gun Looks A Thing From Sci-Fi Series
Thanks to Mother Nature’s doing and human’s propensity to waste, many perishable fruits and vegetables have gone to waste. Part of the ‘gone to waste’ is often the result of nature’s doing and it doesn’t help that we, humans, just have to have more which we sometimes can’t finish. Fruits and vegetables start to turn bad (or crudely put, rot) a period after they are plucked from the trees and or pulled from the soil. As their natural protective layer erodes, they start to lose water and air permeates into them – both which enables the decomposition process. Continue reading This Edible “Second Skin” Extends Fruits And Vegetables Shelf Life
Dog owners intentionally leaving their pet dog(s) locked in the automobile is not uncommon. While the risk here is obvious, it never seem to deter drivers from doing so, but there won’t be any risk if the pet owner happen to drive a Tesla. Tesla Motors has taken to Twitter to announce a new “Dog Mode” for Tesla cars. When set to Dog Mode, accessible from the huge-ass touchscreen center dash, the car will regulate the temperature inside the car even when the engine isn’t running. Continue reading Tesla “Dog Mode” Keeps Dog(s) Safe And Cool When You Step Out Of The Car
3D printing is a technological advancement one once dreamed of by mankind and one part of sci-fi fantasy like in the Hitchhiker Guide to the Galaxy. As 3D printing becomes a norm, we realize it was the future but not the future because, awful amount of time had to be spent printing a product. Then, some researchers from University of California Berkeley and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory came up with a new 3D printing method that literally takes a page from a sci-fi screenplay. How so? By materializing an object in a vat of liquid almost instantaneously. Continue reading Experimental 3D Printing Method Makes Object Appears In An Instant!
Bell Helicopter is doing it. Airbus and Audi is doing it too and so is Rolls-Royce. We are talking about autonomous air vehicle, or air taxi. While those aerospace giants are working on it, Boeing has revealed that on January 22, 2019, it has made the first flight with its own take called Boeing Autonomous Passenger Air Vehicle (PAV). Developed by Boeing NeXt, along with Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences, the Boeing Autonomous Passenger Air Vehicle is an electric vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft which, honestly, is just a glorified pilot-less multicopter. Continue reading Boeing Autonomous Passenger Air Vehicle Made First Flight